Dinesh Manik

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Our minds are shaped by the books we read. Our characters, by the people we meet. Our spirits by the love we give.  #robinsharma

Our minds are shaped by the books we read. Our characters, by the people we meet. Our spirits by the love we give. #robinsharma

Your #DailyKickstart: Excuses don't construct monuments. Action does.

Your #DailyKickstart: Excuses don't construct monuments. Action does.

I heard this poem at a funeral today. It makes one think about their own life and how they live it. Very beautiful words.

I heard this poem at a funeral today. It makes one think about their own life and how they live it. Very beautiful words.

Our minds are shaped by the books we read. Our characters, by the people we meet. Our spirits by the love we give.  #robinsharma

Our minds are shaped by the books we read. Our characters, by the people we meet. Our spirits by the love we give. #robinsharma

Less ego, more excellence. Less talk, more do. Less gossip, more guts. Less busy, more productive. Less hate, more love.  #robinsharma @robinsharma

Less ego, more excellence. Less talk, more do. Less gossip, more guts. Less busy, more productive. Less hate, more love. #robinsharma @robinsharma

I especially like the first one. We take things way too personally and often see people who hurt or disagree with us as the bad guy when, in reality, they're just living out their life from their perspective. The same as we are.

I especially like the first one. We take things way too personally and often see people who hurt or disagree with us as the bad guy when, in reality, they're just living out their life from their perspective. The same as we are.

I especially like the first one. We take things way too personally and often see people who hurt or disagree with us as the bad guy when, in reality, they're just living out their life from their perspective. The same as we are.

I especially like the first one. We take things way too personally and often see people who hurt or disagree with us as the bad guy when, in reality, they're just living out their life from their perspective. The same as we are.