What can we learn from these wise remarks? Of course, we have to know that there are some stages in shaping our future. The stages which form the color of destiny we' will get next. These stages can be described as follow; our thoughts will produce the words we express. Then, our words produce the behaviours we act. These behaviors, next, will shape our habits. The habits then lead to our values in life, and finally these values will attract the color of destiny we've got.
What Mahatma Gandhi said above seems to get influence a lot from the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson [May 25, 1803 – April 27, 1882], similar with Gandhi’s remarks , Emerson adviced us, “Sow a thought and you reap an act; Sow an act and you reap a habit; Sow a habit and you reap a character; Sow a character and you reap a destiny.”
Very similar, aren’t they? No matter how similar their ideas are, what we should ponder here is that the thought should be well managed in order to enable it to work effectively for the sake of our goodness. How to keep it that way? I’m completely sure that everybody has known, or at least should have known how. There’s no other way as to keep a careful track of our all senses in order to absorb only the good and the positive things. Why? Since such things will automatically give positive influences to the way we think. At the end, the way we think eventually navigate the kinds of lives we will live. What kind of destiny are you gonna have in the future, my mate? It’s totally up to how well you use your brain to build up the state of your thoughts. If gold you put in it, then the gold you will take out from it . Any ideas?