Both reason and faith are important in our search for truth.
However, they can neither answer all your questions nor help you
make a sense of the world. They do not adequately satisfy your curiosity
about the world or explain all the mysteries. One cannot solely
be robotic or dogmatic in thinking and behavior. Human beings cannot
exclusively depend upon reason, nor upon faith and emotions to solve
their problems or verify truths. We need a still more powerful,
useful and holistic approach, in which every faculty and every type
of intelligence is used to elevate our thinking to a vastly different
level to understand the truths of the universe and our existence.
In that, imagination also has a place and its own importance. Unfortunately,
most of us tend to ignore it and do not make adequate effort to
polish this particular skill.
Namaskar, Namaskaram or namaste is the commonest form of salutation in Hinduism.
People use it to pay respects to others and to declare their devotion and reverence
to gods. The most popular form of namaskar is to join both the hands in the presence
of a person or a deity with reverential attitude. In doing so the person who is
making the gesture may lower his head and bend his upper body to bow in submission.
Success in any endeavor requires a combination of factors. In
the success of any individual, both extrinsic and intrinsic factors
play an important part. Of them, the intrinsic ones are more important
because unless a person is endowed with right qualities and abilities,
it is difficult to deal successfully with the extrinsic factors
that are critical to his or her success or efforts...
No one can predict the future or know in advance what may
happen. However, it does not mean that we cannot increase the probability
of achieving success or reaching our goals. With careful planning
and preparation, we can do it. We can also learn the principles
of success and practice them if we are determined and motivated
to do it