Friday, July 6

Lessons Learnt From Prison Break Season – II


Today I completed the Second Season of Prison Break for the fourth time. God, you say “I like it”, I say,” I love it”. Every moment spent watching the greatest show on earth is worth a delight.
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Through this post, I would love to share my findings, my thoughts and the lessons I learnt from this outstanding program:

1.       Keep your calm: A real mature person will always remain calm no matter what the situation is or how the circumstances turn up. Your impulse may trigger your mind to do wrong to correct the situation but your calmness will only give the right solution to correct the wrong with the right. Do not rush into your decision making. Take a pause before you say or do something!

2.       Avoid the Easy way: The road to nirvana, final destination is never easy. If you want to taste success, forget about the detour or the easy way. Remember, easy route looks good initially but it eventually turns out to be more tiresome and frustrating than the hard way you took initially.

3.       Stop beating around the bush: Stop delaying, stop procrastinating. If you really want to do something, do it today. Do not prolong and keep it for future. Nobody has seen the future. Nobody is sure about the tomorrow.

It’s easy to save 100 USD in your bank but very difficult to save 100 minutes in your life which can be spent ideally. Understand life and its importance, it’s much more precious than money. Life is a gift, make use of it and avoid keeping it in corners.

4.       Stop crying over spilled milk: Whatever has happened has happened. There’s no point crying over it now. Remember it was you and always you who got you in that mess. So it’s you and none other who can get you out of it. So start focussing and make efforts to change your life’s course. Consider everyday a new day and make it beautiful.

5.       Inspire others through your work: Be the agent, the guide, be the candle in the wind to shows light to others. Inspire others through your work. Learn to set examples. Your good deeds can go a long way in helping others in their life.

6.       Never judge a book by its cover: Never judge a person by his appearance. Also, never make impression about someone on the basis of someone else’ impression about that person. Learn to understand people and their nature before you pass on your opinion about them to others.

12 comments:

  1. I completely believe in 2 and 4 and dislike the third type people:)

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    1. and strange people are mostly like the third type .. they like delaying things !

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  2. Hmmmm well dont agree with second point beating around the bush I thought they did a lot of that in the show..

    I felt sorry for sukre... But the bad policeman was bad.. Everyone has hidden agenda of their own..

    What I learnt in show was family comes first always.

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    1. very rightly said veer ji and i agree with you, family comes first but reality is, people never understand this and make mistakes !

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  3. Very well chronicled, Rahul! All of these are inspiring lessons for life..

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    1. thanks for the appreciation Arti ..

      learning a lot from your Japan journey :-)

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  4. very well observed and chronicled, Rahul. All of them are inspirational findings and lessons for life...

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  5. The 'avoid the easy way' is often ignored by many people. People are even ready to break laws to get things done easier! But then, as you say, it's long term implications are much more than the short term gains one gets out of it. Other points were also right. What is this? TV Series?

    Destination Infinity

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    1. yes, it's a TV series Rajesh .. and you must watch it if you ever get a chance, you'll definitely love it...!

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  6. i think i better start watching this show as well...

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