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Have the right attitude and take actions and decisions with balanced mind

It is an expression of favour or disfavour towards a person, place, thing, event etc., It is also a settled way of thinking or feeling about something. 

As human beings we should have a special attitude by which others may not be affected. Moreover we should develop an attitude, so that other living beings should become happy and satisfied with our behaviour. This behaviour or our attitude may differ when dealing with different persons or living beings.
If you meet a learned preacher, you offer fruits and clothes and pray for blessings, thereby he becomes happy and satisfied with your attitude. But towards a cow your attitude will differ. You give green grass, sweet water and protect it from rain, sunshine etc., That is enough for a cow to become happy. Likewise your attitude will change with your pet dog or parrot etc. And your attitude towards a plumber, scavenger or servant will also differ. You should think he is no less than you and more over you should treat him as a helper in day to day work which you cannot perform without his help.

By thinking and exhibiting your attitude like this all your co-beings will become equally happy and it becomes a harmonious and give and take relationship developed in the society. This is what Lord Krishna preached in Geetha and also followed the same in day to day life.

At times it may happen that someone may hurt you without proper reason. In such situations also your attitude should be cool and calm. That means your attitude should raise the same cool and calm condition in the other man also. If that attitude does not work you can punish him with the same cool mind undisturbed, thinking that he will change with that punishment. This should be your attitude by which you and other beings should be on safe side.

Deal everything with unshaken balanced mind.

If you are happened to be placed in the seat of a Judge and happen to give hanging as judgment according to the evidence available, then also you should not be perturbed. You think that the murderer have no place in the society, and this is happened for the safety of the society. 

The same policy and the same kind of attitude Lord Krishna adopted in his life time. As a friend he respected the poor Kuchela and loved cow-herd girls in proportion to their love. He also killed so many kings according to their cruelty. But before killing he gave a long rope to them to realise for themselves. First he tried for mending the people to right side. In case of their deaf ear, He ended them to safeguard good and piety people and retain peace in the society. He never got irritated in his deeds. Such is the attitude one should have.

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