Overcome Anger


Desire and anger are objects of the mind, but the mind is not yours, nor over has been. You are choice less awareness itself and unchanging -so live happily. Ashtavakra Gita 15.5


A fool gives full vent to his anger, but a vice man remains in control. Proverbs 29.11


Why can’t we control our anger? Because we love perfection. Make a little room for imperfections in our lives.  Sri sri Ravi shankar


It is not that I do not get angry. I don’t give vent to my anger. I cultivate the quality of patience as angerlessness, and generally speaking, I issued. But I only control my anger when it comes. Control comes with constant practice. MK Gandhi.



Your Smile



The infinite is the source of joy. There is no joy in the finite. Ask to know the Infinite. Chandogya upanishad 7.23

Smile, smile, smile at your mind as often as possible. Your smiling will considerably reduce your mind’s tearing tension. Sri Chinmoy

Wear a smile on your face when you walk the street and see how many people will smile back at you. Have a wilful feeling that everybody should feel love today in a small way. Swami Sri Premananda

If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it. Start your day with a smile. The source of a true smile in an awakened mind. Thich Nhat Hanh

If you can always smile at life. Life will smile at you.The Mother



Just like flowers – poetry 

Just like flowers 

Every single day I wake up ,

Feeling the sparks of sunshine, 

Fill with energetic fregnance . 

I splendid everyone with my colours, 

I fill Children with smiles .

I autism with prayer to God .

As way of work to whole day life .

I close my eyes every single night ,

Feeling the shiners of moon, 

Fill with cold touch ,

I lay down with Earth for relief hug. 

Just like Blossom and Wither of flowers .



The Differences Between Corporate Governance & Corporate Social Responsibility


Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility are actually quite different business concepts. They have become much more closely linked in the early 21st century, however, due to increased focus on balancing business profits with responsible operations. In fact, the definition of corporate governance has evolved over time to include core aspects of CSR.

Corporate Governance Basics

Corporate governance was historically defined as the systems and processes used by a corporation to make certain that operations are optimized to produce the best financial results for shareholders and other company financiers. Today, though, the definition has evolved to cover much a much broader spectrum. Essentially, it describes the expectation that companies balance shareholder interests with other stakeholder needs, including the needs of customers, suppliers, employees, financiers, managers, government and the community. Laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act have put pressure to hold companies accountable for actions affecting their finances, recognizing that errors can affect all of these stakeholder groups.

The inclusion of “community” in the list of stakeholders means that company boards have routinely incorporated social and environmental responsibility into corporate guidelines.

Convergence with Corporate Social Responsibility

There continues to be a debate surrounding to what extent corporations should feel compelled to include other stakeholder interests within the corporate governance system — are all stakeholders created equal? Some companies still hold to long-held beliefs that their primary responsibility as publicly owned companies is to maximize shareholder value. Others believe that by balancing social and environmental responsibility with profits, long-term viability and success will be even greater. These companies tend to be more heavily involved with CSR initiatives than purely profit-driven enterprises.

Overall Business Results

Actual business results of the common convergence of corporate governance and social responsibility are hard to measure. Company leaders don’t always see tangible profits from responsible behavior, although there are intangible benefits. Therefore, companies should include responsible behavior in their corporate governance to do the right thing and to experience long-term indirect benefits of better community relations, an improved company image to attract investors and customers, more engaged employees and the avoidance of public backlash.

Thank you

Beauty  Adhikary


Who is bad?

Unless you see your nature, you shouldn’t go around criticising others. There’s no advantage in deceiving yourself. Bodhidharma

If you behave properly with those holding views different than yours or who criticise you, then you have excellent character. Maulana wahiduddin Khan

No one knows how truly bad he is until he has tried very hard to be good. CS Lewis

I like flaws and feel more comfortable around people who have them. I myself made entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions. Augusten Burroughs

The best man are not consistent in good- why should worst man be consistent in evil? Wilkie Collins

“No one is bad by born, situation, conditions, environment and people made them bad and worst. ” bebeauty