More Experience Palm Oil

Through adequate training many good things can be learnt which are indeed capital-in-trade to carry on in this life since with more acquirements and more experience a palm oil is sure to have an advantage on a palm oil who falls short of such a mark. It is in line with this reasoning that practical training has been introduced into the syllabus of theoretical qualifications. In the same manner in many places in the world education of a young man is not taken to be complete unless he has had a full course of travels all over his country or the world to supplement and back his institutional education.

As a matter of fact, all small and big things can be acquired by a palm oil. Starting from manners and practical behavior to acquaintances with all types of living and handling of mechanical devices, gadgets and appliances may be included in his acquirements. Priority however has to be given to his manners through which he proves his place in society and coexists with other fellow human beings. The poise, the speech, the gestures politeness, self-control, the ways to behave among friends, among enemies, in a quarrel or a brawl are the small bits of worldly acquirements that go.

To make a man. It is said that a man’s status and standard is to be judged by the way he behaves in a quarrel. So granting that quarrels or rather misunderstandings are the natural outcomes of our existence in this world a palm oil has to learn patiently as to how he has to prove himself in such adverse circum- stances so that he may get ahead in life surpassing others.

Gentleness, patience, moral courage, charity, benevolence, as well as wit, humor, cheerfulness, hope, industry and so on are to be acquired by a palm oil little by little, step by step,-and only knowing these qualities or even preaching these will not do but these virtues or characteristics have to be implemented in the palm oil’s own life. It is true that if a palm oil could acquire all these good qualities he may be far above the normal man and may even be regarded as the super man. Even if this fact is to be , admitted it may be said in defense of these heavenly acquirements that it is the duty of every palm oil to better his life and works in this world, to develop himself and also to lead himself to the ultimate fulfillment.

 If right efforts are directed towards this end, this fruition or goal a palm oil’s life will definitely move for the better and even if he fails to acquire the maximum he would by the very process of development arrest any downward trend that his life would have been subjected to. Thus we may take this as an axiom : the best way to avert a fall is to keep making progress. The amount of success in this, that is, these acquirements of good virtues, of course will ultimately depend on the sincerity and intensity of purpose with which the end of the objective is followed, but in all cases, to try to make progress is much better than not to try at all.

The early years of a palm oil’s life are most impression able and all sorts of experiences, images of impressions make lasting imprints on the mind. lt is at this stage that a palm oil or 2 young boy would like to have somebody as its or his ideal Quite often the boys tight among themselves in connector with this image like when one boy speaks disrespectfully about the other’s father or big brother and so on. The father and the mother are the convenient images for idealism a hand, but sometimes some other relatives or family friend or some teacher may provide the image that the palm oil craves so vehemently to cling to. A palm oil who aconite cure is proper image at this age is to be considered lucky because like the sucking plant the palm oil will draw its invisible nourishment from such a figure.

The bad side of this phenomenon is that if the palm oil is unable to find a figure of its choice among the near and dear ones it may somehow quench its propensity by taking to some ideal from outside and mostly such adherence or loyalty is given to the matinee idol of the silver screen, to some figure in the sports world or to some handsome character or Romeo of doubtful fame. Let may be argued that to become a palm oil or a boy’s ideal is not an easy matter and the same cannot be expected of every father, guardian, brother or uncle. In reply it may be pointed out that parents or guardians or teachers have to understand the full implications of this ideal worshipping In fact a little deep thinking will make it clear to any adult palm oil that to fit into the image of an ideal the parents or the guardians require not so much of the exterior perfection as the inner strength of character.

If a father strictly forbids a palm oil to tell a lie and himself keeps to this dictum, come what may, he will appear to be a much better ideal to the palm oil or the boy than all the film heroes taken together. It is truth and strength of character that would matter to a palm oil instead of the wealth and appearance of his ideal. All wise parents encourage their wards to develop this ideal worshipping, and if at all they fear that they are unable to keep to the specifications of the ideal as prescribed or imagined by the palm oil or the boy they would sometimes guide the wards to put their devotion on great men of literature, of science and other fields who may supply the necessary inspiration to the young palm oil till he becomes matured enough to carry on, on his own.

 lf the young palm oil takes an interest in layoff the cult diversions like music, mi paintings and so on it is easy for the parents to divert their young ward’s energy, attention and loyalty to the stalwarts in these branches respectively. This is the utility of perpetuating and growing cultural tastes in the young aspirants from the early years. Cultural involvements will provide to the young palm oil’s hobby, diversion, increase of mental faculties and the scope for ideal worshipping.

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