This blog is just made  to understand and rebuilt our moral values, traditions, cultural ethics which i feel is fading out due to our fast moving pace of life.

Really thrilled to share and have a healthy registration, learn and enrich our lives.

Why we need to follow traditions and ethics??  Brilliant question!! Right ?

For instance, if four friends wanted to play a game. But each one of them has a different set of rules what would be the condition. Each time they can try and follow each rule but would it give fun and lead for more plays??  Doubtful !!!

If we set a common rule and follow it in a play it would be interesting and may be played for many a times . It would be really Fun!!

Togetherness is the strength of a society. Our country had a valuable strong ethics which must be refreshed and inculcated in our life. Don't you think so??  

Come on extend your childhood experience,good old memories,elder's advice, favourite food, favourite play, place you enjoyed ,  festival celebrations, customs you followed etc..will discuss,cherish and try to implement in our life and restart a strong healthy society.

This blog comprises of discussions on:

* Festival Celebration

* Valuable culture

* Customs

* Kids Upbringing

* Kids Learning

* Personal Practices

* Health  

Do you think was there any co relation among above ?

Yes, you are right.  Our Tradition. cultural Habits.

Traditions represent a critical piece of our culture. They help form the structure and foundation of our families and our society. They remind us that we are part of a history that defines our past, shapes who we are today and who we are likely to become. Once we ignore the meaning of our traditions, we’re in danger of damaging the underpinning of our identity. Tradition reinforces values such as freedom, faith, integrity, a good education, personal responsibility, a strong work ethic, and the value of being selfless.  

As leaders, role models, and parents, we must strive to utilize every opportunity available to us to reinforce the values and beliefs that we hold dear. The alternative to action is taking these values for granted. The result is that our beliefs will get so diluted, over time, that our way of life will become foreign to us. It’s like good health. You may take it for granted until you lose it. If we disregard our values, we’ll open our eyes one day and won’t be able to recognize “our world” anymore. The values that support the backbone of our country, our family, and our faith will have drifted for so long that the fabric of our society will be torn.

One day we should take a moment and listen to ourselves. We complain about not having enough while we lose sight of the wonderful things that we have. That happens because we get restless, things become too routine, or perhaps because we enjoy the hunt for something new.  

The problem is, when we take stuff for granted, things eventually go south . . . . the relationship goes sour, the employee jumps ship, the customer goes to a competitor. And, of course — then we react with panic. As the saying goes, “People say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. Truth is, you knew exactly what you had . . . you just never thought you’d lose it.”  

So . . . think how you’d react if those things “walked” out of your life.

Why wait for that to happen? If you’d care a lot if you lost them, find the time to show appreciation for them today. As the saying goes, “You should appreciate what you have before it becomes what you had.

Before it becomes too late, come let us fabricate our good old practices into our lives and set a healthy remarkable future!!