In his book, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari , Robin S. Sharma quoted an ancient principle, “the purpose of life is a life of purpose”. WOW ! It is an amazing wisdom for our corporate gurus, executives and the great Sages of Sivana. Definitely the purpose of life is not to even think about Ferrari and if you still own it, better hurry and sell it, before the monk visits you.
There is really something mystic about this ancient principle, not because it is found in every inspirational book, but due to the reverse somersault of the first phrase in the second one.
In every office we keep hearing its echoes from the boardroom to the training hall. Our consultants are never tired of beaming these antiques words into the minds of our executives who wants to follow the path of greatness.
But hold on, the real enlightenment strikes when they put their foot at home. All of a sudden, they realize there are stuck in paradigm shift. And if you are like me, a married person, this mystic principle becomes really mystic as now your mind will read this ancient principle as given under my wisdumb #6, “The purpose of life is to follow what is said by your wife”.