Guest Article


Vivek Vaidyanathan has won the 1st prize for the ‘WRITE AN ARTICLE’ contest held at the recent lectures at Bhaidas Auditorium, Mumbai for writing this piece.


‘Life is Beautiful’ .This is a movie based on events that took place in the life of a man during world war II.But, what does this have to do with anything? The question is obvious, but the answer is simple. Even when life becomes miserable, faith in one’s own self and hard work can instill hope. This is what the movie depicts.


For life to be beautiful, we must worship our work.

‘Mahatma Gandhi, Sachin Tendulkar, and Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln’-all of them achieved greatness because of their passion for work in their respective fields. Great people do not do different things, but they do things differently and the difference is their high level of passion and commitment towards their work.


Work is the essence of life. Work brings together great ideas that create great personalities. Work gives us the pleasure of exercising our minds and our bodies. Work gives us an opportunity to show our creativity and develop our skills. Work helps us to organize our abilities. Work gives us an opportunity to serve the creation of God. To love God is to serve His creation.


Let us not work to become successful, let us work to become capable, for, success will follow us immediately.

Let us work not for awards, but for improvement. Let us work, not for glory, but for stability. Let us work, not with pride, but with humility. Let us work for profit, but at the same time let us ensure that other people are also satisfied. Let us work in harmony and with the desire to progress.


Let us work as though work is worship, for, ‘Man and Work’- it is an everlasting friendship.