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Cheap Broadband with Landline

MTNL is offering one of the Cheapest (Low cost) broadband plans with a landline at Rs.398/- per month in Delhi with 25 Gb Fair Usage Limit at 2Mbps (up to 8Mbps), Unlimited Local calls to any network. This is way better than MTNL's normal lowest 699 plan and Airtel's 899 plan. This offer is available permanently now.

Airtel has a low cost broadband Rs.599/- Retention plan which allows 50 Gb of data at 8Mbps after which speed drops to 1Mbps. This also has unlimited calls to any network like in the 899 plan. Call Airtel Customer care to switch to this plan to save on your monthly bill. It is NOT mentioned on their website nor do they advertise this.


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The prime purpose of life in addition to the higher purposes is to be a socially adjusted human being. If we can live in this world without hurting anybody, living a happy life, supporting our family, friends and community and most of all contributing to the welfare of the society then we have done our duty. An important thing for all to understand is that living for oneself is something all living beings do. What differentiates us from animals, birds, fish is the ability to live for others, contribute for the upliftment of the society and help the underprivileged. Its not too difficult to live for oneself. The important thing is living a life which helps others and gives a positive contribution to the society.

To be a socially adjusted and normal person its very important that we are honest to Look Inside Yourself, Martina Yachourselves. We accept our weaknesses, understand and use our strengths to overcome our weaknesses and give our best to the world. Nobody is perfect, even if you do your work well, spend time with family, friends and community, support, contribute to their welfare and be present when they need you in times of need. In fact it might not be possible to have a definition of "perfect". After doing your best, you can still keep asking yourself, am I doing enough. Can I optimize further. Can I use my time much better. Can I use my assets, including money to further help the society. Till there is scope for improvement, you cannot be perfect. So its ok if you strive to be perfect but even if you are not. The other most important reason for you to introspect and reach near perfection is that you are happy. On a selfish note, its important that we are all happy so that we give our best to the world.

To be a happy human being and be socially adjusted its important that we can look at ourselves in the mirror, understand and accept ourselves as we are. If I am jealous of my neighbour or a colleague because he or she earns more or has a bigger house or more cars than me, its important that I understand that I am jealous. Its imperative that I analyze my thoughts and feelings and get to the bottom of them. In other words its very important that we look within, i.e. look at ourselves with full honesty. Although material affluence is not important in life but as a normal educated human being you should have reasonable material possessions to live comfortably and keep your family in comfort. If I am not doing as well as my neighbour or colleague, at least materially then I am bound to have some thoughts and feelings about it. If I can accept those and understand their root, that should keep me contended, happy and satisfied. Its possible that my neighbour or colleague might be happier than me too. Unless I honestly accept my feelings I will most probably be unhappy. People who honestly accept what they are, are happy and that in turn makes them good human beings who will contribute positively to the society rather than being a depressed, jealous, socially maladjusted persons. Can a mother-in-law or daughter-in-law understand and analyze their jealousy etc with each other, the tussle between them for power at home, can a person understand when he or she compares himself or herself with siblings or relatives and the consequent jealousies etc, can each one of us understand the complexes and insecurities we have and honestly accept them. The day we can do that we are probably closer to nirvana while still living a normal worldly life.

An anecdote gives us a good reality check - Narad Muni asked Krishna: Sansar me sab dukhi kyun hain (Why are people unhappy in the world). Krishna ne haske kaha: Khushiya sabke pass hain bas ek ki khushi dusre ka dard ban jati hai. (Krishna laughingly said: Everybody in this world has happiness, just that one person's happiness becomes somebody else's pain).

We must strive to understand every little feeling, mood and thought that we get. Understand its root cause. Understand our little insecurities, the tendency to compare, our wish to stay in the rat race but still keep away from it. There will be pressure to earn, to deliver results, to show authority, to play politics on your work front, to keep rising at the pace your colleagues do, sometimes go beyond our capabilities and stretch ourselves to the limit - this is good for us. So its important to know our priorities and be contented with what we have commensurate with the efforts we put in. Keep a balance and most of all slow down if you are going too fast. As Buddhism propagates, following the middle path is probably the right answer. Life is not all possessions, material things like cars, houses, mobile phones, pods, tablets, LED TVs and economics. Sit quietly for sometime of the day, do introspection, meditate if possible, exercise and do yoga every day, eat good things, avoid junk foods, avoid aerated beverages, avoid smoking & drinking, give time and contribute to family, friends, relatives, colleagues, community, your country and the world. And that should be it.

Accept what you are, honestly in front of a mirror, that is the first step to leading a happy and contented life. You don't have to accept that in front of anybody else if you don't want to. Its important that you accept it within yourself and grow & improve yourself with that in mind. If you accept criticism, that will help you gain an insight into your weaknesses and give you a chance to become a better person. Even before we become honest to others, we should become honest to ourselves, then most of the ills afflicting our society will go away.


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