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Decide before you act

At the end of the day, if your intentions are not right, your actions tend to back-fire and you might have to suffer for what you did. So, decide before you act on your thought.

These were the words in Bhagavath Geeta and Jay Shetty, in his book “Think like a Monk” has presented the same beautifully.


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