If you were to give an advice to a newborn child, what would it be?
I'll ask him/her to be a child forever. Because growing up is so very tough and difficult.You need to go to good schools and colleges and study 24*7 just to get a stupid job in which probably you'll have zero interest but still you'll because they will pay you a high amount of money for doing this.You have to meet everyone's expectations, be it your parents, your relatives, your friends, your girlfriend/boyfriend, your society and sometimes even your own expectations.Later when you'll be old, you'll realize that you have simply done nothing in your entire life for you or for your happiness. You have given away your whole life just to fulfill and satisfy others and which is simply of no use. And the whole life of yours that you have lived was just an illusion and nothing else.
If you could offer one piece of advice to a child, knowing that they will follow it, what would it be?
I would give this advice to my younger self if I got a chance : "Don’t ever let somebody tell you, you can’t do somethingNot even me, alright?You got a dream, you gotta protect itPeople can't do something themselvesThey wanna tell you that you can’t do itYou want something, go get it. Period."-- The Pursuit Of HappynessAnd one other thing : Never loose your inner child (honesty, simplicity & innocence).
If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be?
Drink your Mum’s milk. Seriously. This whole fussing-at-the-teat thing; this I-can’t-remember-how-to-suckle stuff? Spitting it up, so it looks like you don’t want it?Pack it in. Right now.Trust me on this. If you keep on pretending you don’t want your Mum’s milk, you’ll end up drinking something concocted in a laboratory and made in a factory. It won’t be as good for you. It won’t have all her antibodies—you’ll need these soon enough!—it won’t have a good a balance of nutrients as the real stuff, and it’s just plain not as much fun to drink. You won’t be so much at risk of diabetes, of obesity, of leukaemia, of a bunch of cancers. I know you don’t know about these yet, so you’ll have to take my word on it, but you can thank me a few years down the line.Mum’s milk is the good stuff. Get it down!
If you were on your death bed, what one piece of advice would give your 6 year old child?
1. Respect those who love you unconditionally.2. "Lamba teeka, meethi baani - daghabaaz ki yehi nishani" which means - those who are sugar sweet in their speech and wear long teeka (a mark on forehead) are those who will back stab you. Be careful of them.
If you could give me one piece of advice, what would it be?
Learn to say “No”.This one word can really really be very helpful. Sometimes if you don't say “No”, then world is ready to use you and sometimes unnecessarily your time is wasted. Obviously time is precious for everyone. So instead of regretting after saying “YES” to someone, directly say “No”. Because self regression is hurtful than any heart break..!!Second thing is :“Never leave your parents' home.”I think that is the safest place in the world. No matter how your parents are but they can't think bad about you, they won't use you. Even if they scold you then take it in a positive way and think on that direction instead of leaving your home. They always want us to be a better person.For some amount of time, you may find that outside world is far better than my home's environment. Then sorry!!! You are thinking wrong. Once you move out of your home, again you will find that people are selfish and they will only use you. At this time, you will remember your home and you will regret on your decision.So instead of losing temper and bringing temporary happiness(by leaving home), just sit in one corner, have some meditation, think why my parents scolded me, how can I change myself, what can I do to handle that situations..!!P.s. - “Hakuna Matata”