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Motivational Letter   Leave a comment


What is a Motivation Letter

motivation lettermotivational letter or a letter of motivation is a letter of introduction attached to, or accompanying another document such as a résumé or curriculum vitae. The main purpose of a cover (motivational) letter is to persuade an HR specialist that you are the most suitable candidate for a given position.

Cover or Motivation Letter requires a great set of skills. You are different, so do not copy other’s experiences. B what you are, even if they may deny you.

  1. Make your goal clear; provide a short preview of the rest of the letter;
  2. Why do you think that the university and the Master’s program are interesting and suitable for you? ;
  3. Focus on some of your strongest qualifications, past experiences (international experiences are always relevant) and qualities; organise the middle paragraphs in terms of the qualifications most relevant to the programme, you can also refer to your CV for more details;
  4. Conclude by restating your interest and show appreciation for the chance to prove yourself in the letter (in some cases you can ask for a personal interview)
  5. Write as if your life is an interesting story, even if not beautiful.

 

What is the difference between a motivation and a cover letter?

The motivation letter is usually used when applying for something e.g. for acceptance to a university, to a student programme, to a non-profit organization for voluntary work

etc.

 

You have to explain why you are interested in the specific activity, your motives, why you want to study or attend the programme, why you choose the specific university or programme etc.

The cover letter is used when you apply for a job. You send both

a letter and your detailed CV.

In the cover letter, you must state clearly the position you are applying for and explain why your profile matches the position. To put it simply, it must answer the question ‘’Why you?’’

You may find more information about the cover letter on CVs & Cover Letter. However, you must keep in mind that the cover letter should highlight you relevant skills and experience to relative to the position. Leave the details in your resume and take the chance to say things that cannot be expressed through your CV.

Always finish your cover letter by asking for an interview, and by saying how you can be contacted (e.g. by phone).

Posted July 12, 2017 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Buddha-Nirvana   Leave a comment


Whole world wonder, Why buddha didn’t talk much about NIRVANA state?
Why there are not many suttas (sutra) on NIBANNA ?

After all, he laid out all the foundations and stairs towards NIBANNA, he didn’t speak much because, Nibanna state is he himself appeared there, the output is he himself. Look at Buddha, that is NIRVANA, THE NIBANNA. The full proof is here in the bodily form, mental form, behavioral form, such is a NIBANNA. Whole NIBANNA is in a human form.

So, he thought he doesn’t need to explain it. He knew, ‘The Later stage of the Day’ will find an answer.

Posted June 18, 2017 by arjunlimbu in buddha, Uncategorized

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Buddha – Compassion   Leave a comment


Why did Buddha never get angry?

It’s reason more often intellectual rather than what he achieved Nibanna, but the superior is the experience which only the Siddhartha Buddha felt it.

  1. An old man also never gets anger to young people with full of youthful bliss, because old man has some “wisdom” about the age, stages of life, struggles, and mistakes he did while he was young. Therefore, old people always give u wisdom and guidance in life, instead of anger. This is what buddha did.
  2. A school Professor also knows that students have not got gained or found the path to learn importance, need of school education, which professor understand it’s implication. So, a good professor always guide students where he is missing the point in understanding the truths. This is what buddha did.
  3. Parents often forgive to their children, and show the correct way because parents know what right and wrong. Similarly, buddha guided us.
  4. Doctors give medicines to cure as specific to disease type. Similarly, buddha treated people who were engraved with dukkha (suffering).
  5. In your own life, either u have forgiven others or others have forgiven you for the mistakes. Realizing higher truths, u tend to forgive for futile things.

So, Buddha is the greatest tutor, guide, parent, doctor (therapist), psychoanalytic, behavioral therapist. He knew there’s a Root cause of every Dukkha. He understood thoroughly, the anger act is the resultant effect of the root cause, the reflection of the root cause. He knew there’s no solution in “Reacting” to the anger, it only arises further declination of a relationship.

Regular people get anger aroused quickly & easily. There is no point in getting anger. To get anger on something is the ignorance, Finding a root cause & showing a correct path is the Wisdom. Empathetic Buddha exactly helped poor people with a correct path and asked to walk through by him/her self. Buddha cannot take you there, you’ve to walk yourself. You walked in the wrong path, so you got misery. Now i showed you the true path, again you’ve to walk yourself to get out of misery.

Posted June 4, 2017 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

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Ohso – Buddha   Leave a comment


Osho, the Rajnish, one of the psychoanalytic, empathetic, truth-speaker from his understanding, the professor of world philosophy, change-maker, enlightner, one of the best preacher.

Buddha who worked hard and enlightened. Later with the greatest compassion, the showed the middle path is the only way, not the extremism will take you to the ultimate goal of human extant.

Osho failed in two major paths:
i) Extremism: He wishes to return to non-hunger position, once he satiates of hunger (Thirst).  Truth: The definition of hunger is such that after span of time, again hunger arises. So, u can never escape from it. So, did osho never returned from hunger in this life.

ii) Wild: He preferred the use of sentences like he said right, what he feels right in his understanding. Truth: But the question is what if his right is wrong? It actually happened the same. I call people who move with such definition is the Wild. People who are wild are crazy person because they do, what they like. In fact, this definition let everyone define as a crazy person.

Only the enlightened buddha was not the wild among every extant, who understood everything. Osho knew it at intellectual level, but this mystic needs to be understood through meditation only the path he has showered to us.

Posted May 28, 2017 by arjunlimbu in Philosophy, Uncategorized

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Buddha Born   Leave a comment


Is Buddha born in Nepal or India?

The world is researching and the people want to know. More than 623 B.C., there were many kingdoms in current Nepal and in India. There was no clear distinction between those two current countries.  But, it can be delineate the lines from the perspective where the mixture of India and Chinese people have lived together in this himalayan zones, one plateau to northern part and other totally vastness of flat land.

There is still the ‘Greater NEPAL’ concept, which is encompass a larger parts of India, which was in Nepal before. The British invasion in india and a part of Nepal, made a collapse of several Nepali regions extended far west to far east.

3 Things are most important to Remember where Buddha born.

  1. Buddha, particularly, siddhartha was born in Lumbini, Kapilvastu, Nepal. The physical body, and such things happens only in pure lands.
  2. Siddhartha achieved Nibanna, in India for now, which was Nepal, before British took a chunk part of Nepal under Greater nepal.
  3. Actually, the seed of buddha is inside each body of us.

The question is, “Is it worth fighting for?”.

Buddha and Vigorness   Leave a comment


Vigorness is one the 10 quintessential Perfection (Paramitas), any sentient being at least a human being should earned.

Siddhartha Buddha is the softest material on the outer part, and but if you look at the deepest part. You feel as if you can win buddha through discussion or any other means, but buddha was never defeated.

 

Posted April 12, 2017 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Noble Eightfold path   Leave a comment


The Noble eightfold path is outlined as the path of ending suffering (dukha). It is also called ariya atthangika magga in Pali cannon. In practice, You yourself must strive yourself, if you wish to end your suffering (Magga) and for peace in mind and to your surrounding.

They are:
i. Right View or understanding (Samma Ditti) : The Buddha never intended his followers to believe any teachings blindly, but to practise them and judge for yourself whether they were true.The superior right view leading to liberation is the understanding of the Four Noble Truths. The right view of kamma and its fruits provides a rationale for engaging in wholesome actions and attaining high status within the round of rebirths, but by itself it does not lead to liberation.
ii. Right Thought / Intention (Samma Sankappa): A commitment to cultivate the right attitudes : the intention of renunciation, the intention of good will, and the intention of harmlessness.the intentions are right, the actions will be right. Cause and Effect start from mind. the Buddha recommends to counteract ill will, especially when the object is another person, is a quality called in Pali metta. The method of development is metta-bhavana, the meditation on loving-kindness. May he (she) be well! May he (she) be happy! May he (she) be peaceful!”.One can try developing metta towards all friends, all neutral persons, all hostile persons.
iii. Right Speech (Samma vacca): Speaking truthfully, avoiding slander, gossip and abusive speech.
iv. Right Action (Samma Kammanta) : Refraining from stealing, killing and overindulgence in sensual pleasure.
v. Right Livelihood (Samma avija): Avoiding making a living in ways that cause harm, such as exploiting people or killing animals, or trading in intoxicants or weapons.
vi. Right Effort (Samma vayama) : freeing oneself from evil and unwholesome states and preventing them arising in future.Complete or Full Effort, Energy or Vitality. Also called right effort or diligence. Consciously directing our life energy to the transformative path of creative and healing action that fosters wholeness. Conscious evolution.
vii. Right Mindfulness (Samma sati) : Developing awareness of the body, sensations, feelings and states of mind.
viii. Right Concentration (Samma Samadhi) : Developing the mental focus necessary for this awareness.

The Buddha described the Eightfold Path as a means to enlightenment, like a raft for crossing a river. Once one has reached the opposite shore, one no longer needs the raft and can leave it behind.

The question is the is it really the word “right”, but instead, the word “Balance” give much more perfect meaning. Because everything needs the balance understanding both the sides of a wider perspective. More to enunciate, unless you know the ‘wrong’, you will never understand what is ‘Right’.  Buddha is therefore teaching you the middle path understanding both sides with wisdom. The eightfold path is at the heart of the middle way, which turns from extremes, and encourages us to seek the simple approach.

Image result for seesaw balanceImage result for seesaw balanceThe Fulcrum is the state of the Right, even though it is not right at philosophical level, because the balance comes when u stay between understanding both right and wrong. So, Balance or True word is more appropriate.

Posted April 10, 2017 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

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