Ravindrasingh Patil

Jalgaon Maharashtra, India

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Ravindrasingh Patil
Posted about 2 years ago
Does our background impact our approach towards work?
NO! It is all about his or her individual mind set up or training that delivers or doesn't deliver. If it were your points to be significant, then Lincoln, Hitler, our Indian idol Mr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam , Ambanis of Reliance, N.R. Narayan Murthy of Infosys, Bill Gates would have never been there where they reigned in.
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Ravindrasingh Patil
Posted about 2 years ago
Do you agree with euthanasia? (for humans)
It is the best option one can have, when there is no light at the other end of tunnel. Why, if one thinks his purpose has been served, he has every right to do so. In India, there are many examples of such instances. Many Indian saints at the very early age of life--even in their twenties and thirties have practiced this. e.g. Saint Dnyaneshwar (12 th century), who wrote very holy book of Hindus, ' Dnyneswari ', went in last peaceful sleep (called samaadhi in India) i.e. a sort of this act, at the age of 22.. Similarly Saint Tukaram ( at the age of 42), Saint Ramdas (both lived in 17 th century) went in samaadhi, when they felt their lives fulfilled and nothing brighter could be done. Maharaani Padmini of Chitorgarh (Rajput kingdom in India), when Muslim enemy attacked her kingdom, killed her emperor husband and defeat was certain, rather than facing molestation by the Muslims, she entered fire with her many followers. Today, one can never say purpose of life is fulfilled, but when helpless due to illness- physical or mental, one must be free to have the option. Society and law too, should permit him to do so, to relieve himself from the punishment of living with pains, dependence and indignity.