The way of superior man! Small Digestion!
There are three stages in the life of a man!
Satge1: He thinks for himself only.
Stage2: He thinks for his Family, world and whole earth.
Stage3: He has his true purpose to live and he lives as Gift for the whole world, He has no worry to please anyone and and he has no worry as well to make anyone happy, he lives the way he wants to live and all the time whatever happens in his life and world around him gets huge potential, love, care and benefits for him! that is the way of the superior man! He is the gift for the whole world.
Very bold chapters in the book:
- Stop Hoping For a Completion of Anything in Life.(work is never ending Process)
2. Live As If Your Father Were Dead.
3. Be Willing to Change Everything In Your Life;
4. Women Are Not Liars;
5. You Will Often Want More Than One Woman;
6. Your Excellent Track Record is Meaningless to Her;
7. She Want’s the “Killer” In You;
Quote1: Keep going that is just life and the way. LIfe is a journey not a destination!
“Most men make the error of thinking that one day it will be done. They think, ‘If I can work enough, then one day I could rest.’ Or, ‘One day my woman will understand something and then she will stop complaining.’ Or, ‘I’m only doing this now so that one day I can do what I really want with my life.’ The masculine error is to think that eventually things will be different in some fundamental way. They won’t. It never ends. As long as life continues, the creative challenge is to tussle, play, and make love with the present moment while giving your unique gift.”
Quote2: Are you really living up-to full potential that you don’t care if you just die! Fear of death goes away when you take life up-to full potential.
“If you were to die right now, what would be the feeling texture of your last moment? Are you feeling the infinite mystery of existence, so that your last moment would be one of awe and gratitude? Is your heart so wide open that your last moment would dissolve in perfect love? Or, are you so absorbed in some task that you would hardly notice death upon you, until the last instant, whoosh, and everything is gone?”
Quote3: Beat mediocrity do something that you have done before! Embrace your limits and get crazy enough sometimes if possible.
To help you remember the triviality of your daily tasks, interrupt your schedule with refreshers. These refreshers should cut to your core and strip the fat off the moment. Consider your own death. Behold an image of the most enlightened being you know. Contemplate the mystery of existence. Relax into the deepest and most profound loving of which you are capable. In your own way, remember the infinite, and then return to the task at hand. This way, you will never lose perspective and begin to think that life is a matter of tasks. You are not a drone. You are the unbounded mystery of love. Be so, without forgetting your tasks.”
Quote4: Self discipline is the key to success.
The core of your life is your purpose. Everything in your life, from your diet to your career, must be aligned with your purpose if you are to act with coherence and integrity in the world. If you know your purpose, your deepest desire, then the secret of success is to discipline your life so that you support your deepest purpose and minimize distractions and detours.”
Quote5: Give it a little more than you can do. A little progress everyday!
In any given moment, a man’s growth is optimized if he leans just beyond his edge, his capacity, his fear. He should not be too lazy, happily stagnating in the zone of security and comfort. Nor should he push far beyond his edge, stressing himself unnecessarily, unable to metabolize his experience. He should lean just slightly beyond the edge of fear and discomfort. Constantly. In everything he does.
Quote6: Face your fear and embrace chances of success.
“By leaning just beyond your fear, you challenge your limits compassionately, without trying to escape the feeling of fear itself. You step beyond the solid ground of security with an open heart. You stand in the space of unknowingness, raw and awake. Here, the gravity of deep being will attend you to the only place where fear is obsolete: the eternal free fall of home. Where you always are. Own your fear, and lean just beyond it. In every aspect of your life. Starting now.
Quote7: Be the best version of yourself! the one from the one who was yesterday!
Make your life an ongoing process of being who you are, at your deepest, most easeful levels of being. Everything other than this process is secondary. Your job, your children, your wife, your money, your artistic creations, your pleasures – they are all superficial and empty, if they are not floating in the deep sea of your conscious loving.”
Quote8: There is no shame in accepting your fears because these are just fears nothing else after all.
“A free man is free to acknowledge his fears, without hiding them, or hiding from them. Live with your lips pressed against your fears, kissing your fears, neither pulling back nor aggressively violating them.”
Quote9: Whatever you are and whatever is happening to you, you are the only one who is responsible for that!
“You are entirely responsible for cutting through your own laziness, addictions, and unclarity. There is nothing to wait for and nobody to blame. Whatever techniques are appropriate, use them. Try talking with your friends, using therapy, practicing meditation or prayer, going on a vision quest, reading scripture, walking in nature, keeping a journal, or studying with a teacher. Remember that your success with any method you choose depends entirely on your actual commitment to discovering your deepest truth and aligning your life with it.”
Quote10: The best you can get from anyone is yourself and yourself only! It is the way.
“Once you have grown into independent adulthood, you no longer need somebody to take care of you. You can be responsible for yourself. In particular, you realize that you are responsible for your own happiness. Nobody can live your life for you. You must create your own health, success, and happiness. This sense of self-responsibility is only a partial maturity, however. Beyond self-responsibility lies the responsibility to give your gift. It is important to grow beyond dependence on your intimate partner for your own happiness. But it’s equally important to grow beyond simple independence and autonomy. The next stage of intimacy after personal independence has been attained is the mutual flow of gifting, or serving each other in love.”