what is common between Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, and Buddha.
July 7, 2020
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In Buddha’s enlightenment, he realized that one must face reality.
Instead of running away from the problem, one must face it.

Donald Trump and Narendra Modi both are meeting challenges every day, every sunrise.

Hopefully from the last couple of days, no day is free from challenges. it could be financial, political, health, racism, defense, and relationship with other countries.

These guys are not free from challenges. Every day is a challenge and goes to lead over.

Both the leaders are fighting and turning awkwardness into opportunity. Transforming obstacles into opportunity.

They have to play and win over, as they are self-driven, highly committed, and fire within.

what is the most important factor in both the leader?

Age. both have crossed 70 years of age.

Although, fighting, balancing, solving, meeting challenges, keeping fit and ambitious also.

Both are world-class talent and leadership. Both are leading the most powerful democracy of the world.

I do appreciate public speaking, presentation skills, energy level, and decision-making skills.

They have developed the size of a character. Balancing internally and externally. As the day passed, things are getting worst and worst. Each day is coming with more than 100 problems.
One must realize that size of the problems, intensity of problems, and the effect of decisions are highly influential.

even though, thee could be 100 reasons to love these two guys. Buddha is immortal so he could be followed or respected.

one must face reality. Instead of running away from the problem, one must face it.

They are not diverting the mind.

But he found that actually only a small part of the mind gets diverted.

Deep inside one keeps reacting, one keeps generating sankhāras of craving.

In the practice of Vipassana one has to explore the reality within oneself—the material structure and the mental structure, the combination of which one keeps calling“I, me, mine.”
Buddha is talking about internal power and balance mind. Buddha share after observation of 4 events. those events transform his personality. Slowly, Buddha becomes the character instead of personality.
A true master.

One generates a tremendous amount of attachment to this material and mental structure, and as a result, becomes what!!!

To practice Buddha’s path we must observe the truth of mind and matter.

This results in wisdom if time and space allow.

About author

Dr Shailesh Thaker

Dr. Shailesh Thaker is a world-renowned management thinker and trainer on organizational behavior and development. He is the CLO of Knowledge Plus Inc., a highly reputed training firm based in Ahmedabad, India, helping organizations to achieve international benchmarks in management practices.

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