Lifestyle Mantra: Simple Living High Thinking – by Sh Bharat Lal Meena

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It is a way of life that goes beyond clothing and outer appearance. We see that some people believe in living a showy , glitzy and grand lifestyle.


We also see very simple, humble but great successful minds around us, the person with a motto of simple living and high thinking leads a contented life.

It’s all in the thought process.

In the thought process, in ones values one has to be rich and not really in bank balance. Not that money doesn’t matter, but it should not be become the life purpose…

Companies with profit aim, spend money to create an illusion of value addition and induce one to gain materialistic wealth.

The ones that are after materialistic pleasures cannot have a guarantee of peace of mind , a truly blessed meaningful and purposeful life.

The concept of minimalistic simple lifestyle is buying the most needed things and deriving happiness and contentment in life by doing good to others.

There is no one such established rule to achieve simple living high thinking, but the two important aspects that we should inculcate in our lives to reach a fulfilled contented life acc to me are – Minimalism and simplicity.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught all of us many life lessons about the joy of giving and helping others. It has taught us to express our gratitude towards our privileges granted by God. The entire economy of the world is crumbling as people are buying only the bare minimum and essentials. So people have been willingly forced to practice minimalism for a better life. Minimalism refers to a minimum materialistic lifestyle and maximum peace of mind and tranquillity. Such lifestyle gives a sense of direction and purpose in life. Spend on basic essentials for you and what you can spare to feed the poor and the hungry. This life shall give you what you never experienced so far.

The mantra appears simple but difficult to practice because we never realise the real meaning without practicing it. Once we start practicing…we cannot stop continuing it.

Written By

Sh Bharat Lal Meena (IAS R)

Chairman BESTIU

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