The youth in India holds a “dual cultural passport”. They are energetic consumers of media, fashion and lifestyle products. The Indian youth are highly motivated and geared with limitless aspiration.
They have their own preferences in life. Their trend is towards social networking. They want to earn high and spend high. They show general disrespect. They are greatly influenced by television and internet.
Don’t believe in unethical practices. Get a good education. Keep busy. Spend some time by enjoying nature. Read good books. Learn to cook. Learn to write. Make God as an important part of your day. Respect your elders. Meditate.
Always be true to your word. Be honest. Be thrifty with your time and money. Don’t waste anything. Think before you speak. Be careful of the words you write. Forgive. Be tolerant of others and their beliefs. Make good friends with those people you admire.
They absorb a lot of information. They are unaware of their rights. They are vulnerable. They communicate through photos and video. They typically love the use of humor and irony. They demand for instant rewards.
They like to be consulted and involved. They are technologically strong. They are environmentally conscious. They consider unethical behavior as justifiable in pursuit of their goals. They are not loyal to their employers. They have unrealistic expectations. They work hard for a cause.
Give feedback to the employers. Demand for team work. Be prepared to negotiate. Complete the assigned work within the specified deadline.
Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life. Think of it, dream of it. Live on that idea. Be not afraid of anything. The power of the 3 P’s – Purity, Patience and Perseverance.
When I Asked God for StrengthHe Gave Me Difficult Situations to FaceWhen I Asked God for Brain & BrownHe Gave Me Puzzles in life to SolveWhen I Asked God for HappinessHe Showed Me Some Unhappy PeopleWhen I Asked God for WealthHe Showed Me How to Work HardWhen I Asked God for FavorsHe Showed Me opportunities to WorkHardWhen I Asked God for PeaceHe Showed Me How to Help OthersGod Gave Me Nothing I Wanted
Youth below the age of 25 are the most powerful resources on the earth, under the earth and above the earth. We have to empower them through value-based education and leadership.
"Learning gives creativityCreativity leads to thinkingThinking provides knowledgeKnowledge makes you great"
"Where there is righteousness in the heartThere is beauty in the character.When there is beauty in the character,There is harmony in the home.When there is harmony in the home.There is order in the nation.When there is order in the nation,There is peace in the world."
Courage to think different, Courage to invent, Courage to travel into an unexplored path, Courage to discover the impossible, Courage to combat the problems And Succeed, are the unique qualities of the youth. As a youth of my nation, I will work and work with courage to achieve success in all the missions."
We need a spirit of victory, a spirit that will carry us to our rightful place under the sun, a spirit, which will recognize that we, as inheritors of a proud civilization, are entitled to a rightful place on this planet. Knowledge = Creativity + Righteousness+ Courage+ Indomitable spirit .
While an education is vitally important, nothing but life experience can actually prepare you for real life. We don’t have much, but what we have is enough; life is not about having things we want, it’s about enjoying what we have and making to do with the things we’ve got. Life is full of choices. Every choice and decision we make as adults will forever and permanently change the rest of our lives.
Don’t set unrealistic goals in life. Instead of going out in life alone with no direction, take advice from those who are much older than you. We know times change, and we have to be able to change with the times.