Success


  • The process of bringing result is success.
  • Nothing succeeds like success because each success is capable of giving the energy for the next success.
  • Success is the result of capacity.
  • Capacity is the essence of several skills.
  • In success one gets the social approval. It is social success.
  • Getting the psychological approval is psychological success.
  • The latter includes the former.
  • Success gives self-confidence.
  • Self-confidence is the basis of Self-esteem.
  • Self-esteem is the foundation of Individuality.
  • Our idea accepted by others is mental success.
  • One cannot aim at mental success in a community of vital population.
  • Mental success of one in such a population generates jealousy.
  • Jealousy can be considered positive as he eschews physical animosity.
  • Competition is the civilized version of jealousy.
  • Competition matures into cooperation in a mature society.
  • In 1972 Nixon sought such a cooperation from China.
  • In 1942 USSR offered such a cooperation to the allies.
  • EU is the result of prewar competition changing into postwar cooperation.
  • For a selfless man personal success is collective success.
  • Sri Aurobindo says success and happiness are lower vital aims.
  • Success over oneself is the finest success.
  • Abolishing exams is the success of education over memorization.
  • Success seen with evolutionary eyes is in evidence in
    • Democracy
    • Women's liberation
    • Money chasing men
    • Internet bringing service free to the population
    • Environment consciousness
    • Ego's defeat in public life
    • Invalids getting government attention
    • Natural therapy becoming popular
    • Organic cultivation
    • Quantum physics and its revelations.

Strategies for Transformative Global Leadership

enter site The Mother's Service Society is an official partner in the Global Leadership for the 21st Century (GL-21) project, a multi-stakeholder, multi-sectoral project organized by the World Academy of Art & Science, the United Nations Office at Geneva and several partner organizations. WAAS arranged a five-day e-conference from June 15-19, 2020, involving over 225 speakers representing scientific research and educational institutions, civil society and youth organizations IGOs, nation states, and business, to highlight innovative strategies and effective principles to accelerate the emergence of dynamic global leadership for the 21st century. The project will culminate is a conference at the United Nations Office at Geneva on October 27-28, 2020, wherein a project report with recommendations will be presented to the UN, followed by other outreach programs.

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