Why do hard working people fail?

Why do hard working people fail?


Transcript: This is a serious mistake whole generations of people have done. That if you study, how should you study? Hard. You must study hard. If you work, how should you work? You must work hard. Why didn't they tell you, you must study joyfully? Why didn't they tell you, you must work lovingly? No. You must do everything hard. And then you complain. You complain about everything in life because you're doing everything hard. There is substantial medical and scientific evidence to show you, only when you're in pleasant states of experience, does your body and your brain work at their best. Is that important for you to perform any activity in life well, that your body and your brains are working well? Hello? Is it important? Tell me, if you're stressed and anxious, does your body and brains work at their best? Our body can get immune to it and that is how, you know, like in the gym when I stress my muscle it grows when it breaks. So, like that we can also get ourselves immune. No, even if you joyfully run, climb a mountain, play a game, still muscle will get well. Hello? So under stress it would get better. It will break and then it will build better together. No, no. See, stress means, you're always finding more and more exotic word for this, somebody says stress, somebody says tension, somebody says anxiety, and it goes further. Alright? There are many, many names. There are some 72, 74 different kinds of mental ailments today that they've identified. Lots of exotic names. Essentially, it's just this. Your intelligence has turned against you. Once your intelligence has turned against you, no power in the universe can save you. That's all. If your intelligence was working for you, would you keep this blissful or stressful? Please tell me. Make your choice, I'm going to bless you right now. If your intelligence was functioning for you, what is your choice for yourself? Blissfulness or stressfulness? Blissful. What you want for your neighbour may be debatable. You know, we're neighbours elsewhere.


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