These Are The 9 Rules Of How To Be A Man, Written On A Stone In An Ancient Language From The 2nd Millennium BC

The sanskrit is an ancient language of Hinduism, which is used as a liturgical language in order to help the people to communicate with the ancient Hindu gods.

The term “Sanskrit” is derived from two words, the prefix “Sam”, which means “samyak” indicating “full”and “krit” which means “Done” which is translated to transmit the importance of perfect or completely done. The sanskrit is standardized dialect of Old Indo-Aryan and dates from the 2nd millennium BC.

This table shows the 9 rules of how to be a man.

  1. You will get body.

Maybe you will like it and maybe you will not, but it will be with you throughout the early life.

2. You will learn many valuable lessons

You will enter in all-day school called life. Each day in this school you will learn many new lessons. Maybe you will like them, or you will think that they are irrelevant and stupid.

      3. There are no mistakes, only lessons.

The maturation process consists of a lot of effort and experimentation. The failed experiments are actually part of a larger experiment, which will eventually be successful.

     4.A lesson is repeated until learned.

The lesson will be displayed in various forms until you understand it and learn it. Only then you can move on to the next life lesson.

  1. Learning lessons never end.

There is no part of the life that does not contain a lesson. If you are alive, then there is always a new lesson for you.

6.”There” is no better than “here”

When your “there” becomes “here”, then you will again find a new “out there” that will seem better than your “Here”.

  1. Other people are your mirrors.

You can not hate or love something about another person unless it reflects something you love or hate.

  1. What kind will be your life depends on yourself.

You have all the means and resources. How will you use them depends only from yourself.

  1. The answer lies within you.

The answer of the questions of life lies in you, the only thing you should do is to look, listen and trust.