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Do we have Life Satisfaction?
By Antony Cony D'Souza, Karkala/Qatar
August 27, 2014

Our life is a single open book; a one-time affair. Everyone begins their life not as a game but with a stern decision, striving hard to make their life a happy one where negativity makes no room at that particular juncture. However, in the course of time when the means fails to keep life happy, dream shatters, negativity crops up in different forms and some end their life then and there itself. Here, once attitude becomes selfish, leading them to pour cold water on themselves. Therefore, if we are generous in our attitude, definitely we adjust our lives by whatever means that are at our disposal. Therefore, money should not be the criteria to keep one's life happy and floating. 

What is life satisfaction then? One example could be, have you heard recently it was a celebration of human spirit and indomitable courage to overcome all odds, seven differently-abled achievers from various walks of life were honoured with the Swabhiman Awards. The awards were instituted by Daijiworld Weekly to recognize the achievements of the differently-abled in society. Genuine mindset or motivation to give and receive life satisfaction is not a one-time affair but is an on-going process. Therefore, so far Swabhiman Awards were celebrated on two separate occasions for the happiness of all the awardees, society, chief guests and all the attendees. 


At the previous occasion, Fr Ivan Madtha accepting the award and addressing the gathering on behalf of all the awardees said that the people with disabilities are addressed to with different names. Some call them disabled, some call them specially-abled. But whatever these persons are called, the reality does not change. “We do not want change in name, what we want is change in attitude. We do not want sympathy, we want support." This voice of Fr Ivan Madtha should make us search our hearts; God's creations demand for acceptance and recognition. We have to help our neighbor or any needy. Thus by accepting and willing to help the needy we show our Beautiful Mind which itself is a prelude for life satisfaction. 

Assisting to build someone's life is a noble cause. It can be done in any form. I know, one couple recently from Abu Dhabi, took the initiative to make matches whenever they hear someone is seeking a marriage proposal. This service is out of their goodwill and a free act to acclaim some part of life satisfaction by their good deeds. We have observed, especially in the Middle East and in Qatar various cultural organizations spare no efforts to assist unfortunate ones back in their hometown or in India. It is a collective effort which derives them collective life satisfaction, resulting from the immense time, effort and sacrifice contributed to the cause. It is not a one-time event, but a continuous process all these years of carrying out this remarkable job through their founder members, past and present presidents ie, MCC, Mr. Norbert Corda, MCA, Mr. Arthur Pais, Tulu Koota, Mr. Ravi Shetty, Karnataka Sangha Qatar, Mr. Deepak Shetty and so on. Thanks for your contributions Sirs. You, all of you, have made some part of this universe a beautiful place to live in. 

The thought of doing a good deed might pop into our minds from time to time, but due to our busy lives, it might get pushed to the back burner more than we'd like. The truth is, most good deeds don't require the amount of time and organization we think they do. The opportunity to do a good deed pops up every day and can be as simple as holding the door for people behind you, especially if the person behind is carrying packages, bags or kids, volunteering for a charity, donating blood - a single blood donation can help up to 4 people, donating used clothes and house wares to charity, etc. Moreover, if you read any article and if you like it, appreciate it. It will take some of your good will to appreciate and to make others feel good. 

We need not imitate Mother Teresa in our lives but if we do good deeds, people will see Mother Teresa in us. There are many benefits of unselfish giving, that is, giving brings satisfaction, giving stimulates gratitude, giving attracts giving. I really admire the service of church ushers or temple/mosque volunteers who provide greater satisfaction to others and receive within them a self/ life satisfaction by their good deeds. Their names will be heard nowhere nor any awards will reach them. Such acts are good examples of good deeds and selfless service. If there is a will, most important is to pick a cause that's near and dear to our hearts and to donate our time to it, that's where life satisfaction is guaranteed on a day to day basis. 

We see there are DIFFICULT ways to achieve life satisfaction too; if someone is habitually or continuously craving for 3 Ws (wealth, wine, women) of course, it is an act of self-pleasure, and no amount of life can be satisfying to them in the real sense. If someone is an ‘I’ specialist and not a ‘we’ specialist, no amount ‘I’ will make his life happy for he is an egoist. If someone is a miser, nothing will bring satisfaction for he has not experienced happiness by giving, but only by receiving. An atheist may lead a good life by his philosophy of 'do good and avoid evil'. However, I have watched many, who, in their dying stages, have regretted not having led a wonderful life in belief in prayer and relationship with God.

Let us go one step further. A student can’t lead a happy life, if he keeps studies at bay. A family can’t lead a happy life, if any of the members is selfish. An employee may work very well in his company but if he is not paid well, he may not lead a happy life if he thinks that money is the only criteria to keep him happy. Some folks carry out great amount of charity works just as a subjective measure to fetch them some name and fame. Such people usually do not seek satisfaction in life but harbour an attitude seeking continues self-glory.

Recently I asked the same question, 'do you have life satisfaction' to the aged people. I got three kinds of answers.

A divorcee said, 'better if I had led a single life than a married one all my life, life was spent for the wrong ends. Life goes on now, with or without satisfaction, you may guess'.

Another said, 'our family life was an excellent one, led peacefully and happily but in the later stage we felt remorse over why we gave birth to such children. Now, in our old age children have become totally indifferent to us'.

Yet another family said, 'Yes, I thank God, we expected nothing great in life but God gave us everything, for we led a prayerful life and helped others with whatever we had'. 

Strangely enough, out of the three, none of them complained that their happiness was curtailed due to shortage of money. Therefore, money is not a factor which gives life satisfaction. 

Again, I put the same question, 'do you have life satisfaction' to priests and nuns. Their straight forward and spontaneous answer was a big ‘YES’, without an iota of hesitation. I could see there was real joyful fire in their answers. They were absolutely right. Every priest or nun does lead a happy life. The reason behind it mainly is that they have achieved it leading a prayerful life, selfless life of giving and not being selfish. Therefore, priesthood or life being a nun is a path to happiness because it so often brings them into contact with God’s grace. In prayer, through their community life, and especially when administering the sacraments, they are constantly surprised by this grace, whether they are of primary or even the secondary beneficiary. 

From the above, one can understand that life satisfaction is not the same as job satisfaction, academic satisfaction or professional satisfaction but are good desires, good deeds done for free without seeking any personal glory or any tags attached to it. To sum up in the words of Maxim Gorky, a Russian writer, "When work is a pleasure, life is a joy! When work is a duty, life is slavery" (Gorky, 1927, p.108). However, it is true that if we work sincerely in our profession, we are bound to achieve job satisfaction which might influence some sort of life satisfaction later.

To be frank, my thoughts were related to what is life satisfaction. Therefore, if we feel that we have a purpose in our life and what we do every day gives us satisfaction, then we are lucky. In case we feel something is missing from our life and our potential is unfulfilled, chances are there are many things which cause us to feel less than satisfied with where we are now. Everyone has a list of wishes not fulfilled but brooding over it means less chance of achieving life satisfaction. 

Life satisfaction does not come from money nor from material cravings. It comes from what we think, what we have, what we do and how we act on it. Yes, our means or time could be little to help others, but God sees the willing mind, open heart and a cheerful giver. Therefore, a sincere desire to serve others will walk up to God as a silent prayer; God is sure to bless him and his future generations; and is bound to fulfill those desires every moment of his life, which in itself becomes a direct answer to the question 'do we have life satisfaction'.

Dear Readers, thanks for spending some of your precious time going through this article. Let us stay Blessed. 





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Praveen A. Fernandes, gangolli/israelThursday, September 04, 2014
awesome and wonderful article dear Antony Cony.. I like to read all your article.. may god bless you more and more.. and may he grant more courage to write many more articles in coming days.. all the best to you.. :)
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John DSouza, Mangalore/QatarThursday, September 04, 2014
Thank you Antony Sir.
If we join together certainly we can make our ambitious national dream come true and improve the global comfort, which can help to have life satisfaction of many people.
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Antony Cony D' Souza, Karkala/QatarWednesday, September 03, 2014
Hai John Sir, Thanks. As usual you are at your best. This inspiration about Life Satisfaction I derived from the 'Swabhiman Awards'. Please refer http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=242683.

While recognizing and helping such disabilities of people continuously, don't we feel that we are doing something good in our life which is amounting to satisfaction life in the course of time ? This article stress only on that part of beauty that each one of us should develop. Thanks John let us meet some time soon.
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Antony Cony D' Souza, Karkala/QatarWednesday, September 03, 2014
Prahbumaam,
Thanks. I am glad to meet you after long time.

Happy to share, you see, any Priest’s or nun’s attitude and approach towards life satisfaction is the happiness they draw from the good works they do in the community service. It is not an one -time affair but a lifelong commitment to God in the service of mankind.

Further, the greatest joys priests receive in their life and work as a priest are helping others , giving the Sacrament, offering Mass, preaching, helping laity find spirituality/God/restoring faith and work for the betterment of the lives of others . This is the universal truth that found with every Priests in every religion in one form or other. Really I do not know, which priests you met. Common truth is that Most of Priests or Nuns have life satisfaction from the selfless service they lead for others lest they can leave the priesthood voluntarily instead of getting struck in the middle of the road Therefore, they tread a path where spirit and truth meet together in the joyful service of mankind.
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Antony Cony D' Souza, Karkala/QatarWednesday, September 03, 2014
Jenevi, mangalore. Inspiration brings forth Inspiration and I do appreciate your positive thought on this subject.
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John DSouza, Mangalore/QatarWednesday, September 03, 2014
Yes dear Antony Sir, we can have No satisfaction in life IF WE
Expect more and deliver less,
Welcome only appreciations and get depressed by put downs,
Feel jealousy of people who go ahead and blame/curse own limitations,
Compare, compete and race to defeat others, who really are the fast runners,
Have less faith/trust/hope and doubt/feel insecure more
Neither move forward nor allow others to proceed,
Fail to value our talents/resources/wealth which are free gifts of God,
Only look at people who are around and ignore plenty behind and out of sight,
Fail to live today by worrying about tomorrow (future)
Struggle to have better and the best but ignore/neglect the good/essential,
Are good speakers but bad performers
Judge and convict others and think/consider that we are clean/perfect
Do not know who we are and what our life goal is,
Live like the permanent members of this world,
How can we have satisfaction in life, if we live life without contentment?
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Prabhu, BloreWednesday, September 03, 2014
Anthonaam, I beg to defer on the below :-
Again, I put the same question, 'do you have life satisfaction' to priests and nuns. Their straight forward and spontaneous answer was a big ‘YES’, without an iota of hesitation. I could see there was real joyful fire in their answers. They were absolutely right. Every priest or nun does lead a happy life. The reason behind it mainly is that they have achieved it leading a prayerful life, selfless life.............
"Not the ones I have spoken to, hundreds mind you ...the grass is greener they say and are stuck with no where else to go ."
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jenevi, mangaloreWednesday, September 03, 2014
Good article sir,inspiring n keep writing....We need people who inspire positively.....
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Manohar Prabhakar Shetty, Udupi/MumbaiWednesday, September 03, 2014
It was nice to read the subject explained through many examples and also the readers many views on it. Interesting. Let the Swabhiman tribe increase in us.
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Bro. James J. Alphonso, Mangalore/BangaloreTuesday, September 02, 2014
Thanks Antony Sir for your reciprocation of Thanks rendering. It shows your greatness - A TREE WITH FRUIT ALWAYS BENDS and it suits you very much. May you be richly Blessed .
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yogitha shetty, In-Land, MangaloreTuesday, September 02, 2014
Sir,
congratulations for writing such a wonderful article & sharing ur excellent thoughts with us about life satisfaction. This article makes me realise & connects me to the pain of people who go through several difficulties in their lifes with a smile in their life. Once again thanks for such a heart touching article "Do we have life satisfaction"
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
51 Mrs. Saraswathi, Inland Mangalore. I do appreciate your encouragement and appreciations despite your busy schedules there. An 'Inland' thought made me really feel good. Kindly pass on my warm regards to Boss. Mr. Siraj Ahmed, Ms. Deepa, Mrs. Yogitha, Ms. Kavitha, Ms. Priya, Office Manager Umesh Anna and every associates.
As I wind up, I can never forget those who read this article and I thank them for they have reserved their explicit comment in their heart perhaps in Prayer. " Have a Nice Day" !.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
49 Ms. Anita Britto You are a great supporter of Good works. Let your tribe increase. Thanks you so much for your encouragement.
50 Dear Mr. Logesh Babu, you know very well what is life. Life is a free gift received from God. I know you are sustaining God's Gift by being faithful to Him and helping and carrying out large amount of good work for your neighbors. Therefore, it is easy to convey this message for the enlightened person like you, Thanks for your encouragement and support Sir.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
45 Alexander P Menezes,my Karkala Christ the King Church Parishioner and also school mate. Dear Prashant it was wonderful to read your comment. You are a Man of few Words, a through gentleman with sound Principles on Life. You do a lot of good work for the poor and you yourself know about the spirit of life satisfaction. Let us Thank God for your ‘kind and merciful’ heart. Let your tribe may increase in many folds.
46 Jonel Karkol sezari. Dev Bore Koruvm tumka for your whole hearted support.
47 A Transformed heart. Let us say Praises to God, Glory to God.
48 Mr. Arun Danthy, Dev bore koruvm tumchya prosavak.
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Antony Cony D Souza , Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
44 Thanks to Rudulf Karkol Sezari bav for your encouragement. You are a leader of masses. You are one of the founder of ‘konkani yekvot’ covering over 30,000/- membership. Nourishing such a great site is not an easy task. But by your sheer abilities and hard work you and your relative completely succeed. Once again I am wishing you every success in your cherished dream of your political journey in Karkala that you have chosen to tread upon.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
42 Ms. Dorothy D Souza. First of all Thank you for your bold and earnest comment. However, my article was about the good deeds and life-satisfaction and your subsequent likeness for it.
43 Bro. James. Thank you very much. I too agree with your statement “However, to achieve life-satisfaction there is a simple formula given in the Bible St. John 3:30, "He must increase, but I must decrease". When HE is increased in our life, a life change will takes place to achieve life satisfaction by our selfless works and good deeds”.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
41 Manest Lesli Rego, Dev borem Korum tumka. For me Leslie, ‘L’ stands as Leslie Legend and Rego as our Hero. Mastering the art of event management, your work as Master of Ceremony is unparalled. In my last comment in Daiji I had said that it is worth pondering about conferring a Honorary Title to Leslie baab, a compere par excellence who provides that extra sparkle to the events and regales the audience with his witticism, resonant voice, poise, posture, sense of humour, knowledge, skill, with the ability to manage the event, gauge the public mood and assimilate it suitably in handling or managing the event. Lesli usually makes an impression on the audience and give beauty for the programme indicating enormously of his sheer abilities of event management and altruistic efforts towards the Konkani community. Truly Leslie baab is class apart in Mangalore when it comes to compering in English or in Konkani. He just carries away the audience through his rich soulful dialogues.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
38 Thanks Lourenin. You shed some light on some other dimension like “when you give a helping hand to others when you share
what you have not only material things but your time too” Thanks for that.
39 Mr. Ismail, Let me say in a lighter vein that you are an ardent political pundit. Thanks for taking some of your precious time to share with us your thoughts and encouragement.
40 Mr. Wilson Saldanha, your any comments imputes me from one to the next write-up. I am always immensely grateful to you for I started my writing by your 'First Support' lest I would not have come in this place. Thanks Wilson baab. Bov borem magovem tumka, GOVM contests.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
36 Ms. Sundari Ashoknagar, Mangalore. Thanks. Life satisfaction is not a state of mind but it is a State of Heart willing to help any needy without any conditions attached to it. It looks it is difficult. But as I said if we desire for it, it will come near to us. Moreover, I too was looking for our Bandhumam in this forum and we are glad that he came to meet us all.
37 Mr. Uday Rodrigues. Thanks for your gracious comment. You are the one Konknkani’s 'You Tube’ Voice. Every Konkani artist has benefited from your whole hearted support which is very much required during early stage of their career. Moreover, your are a multifaceted artist, poet, writer next time you feed us some of your write-up here.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
34 Mr. Lancy Moras. Thanks for your support on several occasions for the greater causes in Bharain and for other missions too through your Lancy Nites. Your two Konkani Hymn Albums is a good example how you shared Lord's Blessings with us all spiritually. Thank you for being there every time for supporting my write-up magnificently.
35 Mr. Sunil D Silva, Ex-President, MCC. I think so you enjoy daily the life-satisfaction by your immense community service throughout the week abounding to no time limit. Thanks for your views on Prayer Life. Dev Borem Koruvm Sunil baab for you’re a good example of our community rendering relentless physical help, monetary assistance for those who are in need.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
33 Rev. Fr. Vincent D' Souza, Bela, Deanery of Kasargod Parishes, you are my elder brother. You are a good example in the Mangalore diocese have shown to everyone that by our life we must serve and not by preaching alone. Your efficient community service which goes beyond any caste and creed is in plenty. Since, you are a silent worker in the Lord's vineyard of course you do not appreciate such glorifying comments in public nor I must not announce in public. Thanks for your advice to us that "Grace and Peace will multiply in our life only through the love of God and dedicated Selfless loving service to His people. Formula for real satisfaction is: Take delight in the Love of the Lord and loving Service to the people. "
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
31 Arun bab, Dev Bore Korum for your support and encouragement past few years.
32 Mr. Swaminathan, Thanks for your Philosophy of Life as you said in your comment, " satisfaction in Life, to me, means a very simple truth - "if you satisfy others, you automatically get Self-Satisfaction". I have learnt Patience from the Impatient, I have learnt Kindness from the Unkind, I have learnt Gratefulness from the Ungrateful. Thank you Sir for sharing your views. From this article, I too learnt many ideologies on way forward for good deeds and life-satisfaction. from you. Thanks you Sir.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
29 Mr. Bhandarkar Sir, you are an unique talent blessing our society. God has Blessed you with profound wisdom and knowledge that which you utilize for the happiness of many. You are a Blessed man for I had gone through your past various poetries and articles. Best example now being running article ‘a dream come true’ ?. I have one regret for having not seen nor met you. But sure take it for granted that this December you will be my guest. I will contact Director, Sir Melwyn to reach you. Thank You Banduman for your leadership qualities in this literature world..
30 Mr. Vivek Pais. Thaks for your views. Enlightened people go after good deeds than after money. If we desire to do good, Good Lord will supply all your needs including money.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
27 Mr. President Norbert Corda, President of MCC is a through gentleman in his walk and talk. You were a wonderful President therefore, you have been appointed as President of MCC for the second time.. Your great virtue is to identifying needy from the lower stratification of the society. At this juncture, I must this opportunity to Thank one of the Founder Member of MCC, Mr. Jerry D' Mello and Mr. Richard D Souza who too was appointed as MCC President for the two tenures. You all plan and work for the unfortunate once back home in India and Thanks for your great works Sirs, a great award is waiting for you in Heaven.
28 Ms. Juile D Souza, Thanks for the encouragement and your good will is seen which is a first prelude to embrace life satisfaction.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
My Dear Respected Sir. Gerald (Jerry) Pinto, Doha/Bondel. Thanks for your appreciation which means a lot to me. For you being anointed by Mother Theresa and thereafter became one of the founder of MCA whose patron saint is Mother Theresa prompted you to carry out unlimited amount of charity works with other Founder Member Manest Felix Lobo, others and ex-President Harry Lobo are the best examples of collective life-satisfaction. Had I written this article keeping your good works in mind, my job would have been made very easy. The greater part is, you have planned a some portion of your future business contribution after retirement for the charitable work back in Mangalore for the people of God, irrespective caste and creed. This is the best example of attaining self-satisfaction in advance by the good planning and hard work.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
25 Mr. President Deepak Shetty, KSQ , Thanks for your time. You were much busy during your August month vacation meeting Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramiah. Iconic Kannada Poet, writer, Nadoja, Padma Shri, Dr. K.S.Nissar Ahmed Sir at his Residence in Bengaluru, Legendary Kannada actress Smt. Bharati Vishnuvardhan yet you had few words of appreciations reserved for this article. Thanks for that dear friend Mr. Deepak Shetty.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
21 Mr. Kevin Misquith, Thanks Kevin dear for taking some of your busy time from your music world and sharing " to derive life satisfaction we need to overcome monetary aspects of life"
22 Thanks bava Ronnie for your encouragement and for stating that there should not be any 'ifs' and 'buts' on the way to achieve self satisfaction through selfless service.
23 Ms. Reshma Loba, you being from the literature family your encouragement means a lot and that too you support overwhelmingly to each and every writer and the artists. Thanks Reshma baye.
24 Thanks Mr. Rasheen for your time from Kerala even if I know you not but your comment touched everyone " This was a amazing article that showed your open heart..... :) Happiness is not a goal...it's a by-product of a life well lived.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
17 Mr. Abdul Rehman, Thanks. Positive mind brings positive actions or else vise versa.
18 Mr. Austin P. Thanks. Yes, if attitude is right, mind setup will be transformed l-bringing ocean of changes in once life for life satisfaction.
19 Mr. A.S. Mathew USA. Thanks Mathew Sir. Thanks for noting the last paragraph which contained essence of the full article. Your views are very much encouraging " A life of compassion and sharing with the needy world in our capacity, a cheerful smile and a kind word even very small acts of concern for others will create happiness in us.
20 Sir Jimmy Noronha, Thanks for your compliments by which I humbled completely. Thank you for shedding more light on this article by the words of John Milton ”….They also serve, Who stand and Wait..”.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
12 Ms. Meena serrao Barboza, Tanzania/Shirva, Thanks for your encouragement. I do agree, Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it
13 Mr. Mohan Rai, Thanks for appreciating and counting this article as 'philosophy of life'
14 Mr. Thomas Ralphy, True. Life is a lesson to learn to give much happiness to others for our life-satisfaction. Thanks for your encouragement.
15 Dr. Edward Nazreth, Being yourself author of so many books yet you have shown an example how much you care about the novice writers like me. Thanks for your precious time and support.
16 Ms. Lolita Crasta, Thanks Lolla for your regular support and for your encouragement. By your inspiration, I receive inspiration.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
10. Mr. President Ravi Shetty or Ravi Annere, Glad to find you being first in several things. My association with became stable because of your faithful and humble friendship not only with me but whole of Doha. As busy as you are, still you keep your precious time for encouraging others, charity, cultural activates being present President of Tulu Koota. I am glad to that YOU ARE A GOOD EXAMPLE OF LIFE SATISFACTION. Someone must emulate you if they do not get the idea of life-satisfaction.
11. Mr. Vivian Tauro, you are my loving brother-in-law. You are always supporter of your Bavoji over two and half decade with your exemplary strength willing to assist in any circumstances, at any time. I am lucky to have you one and proud to say that we very rarely do come across a brother-in law of your caliber. Thanks for that.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
6. Mr. Glany Fernandez, You being a famous writer, your appreciations, suggestions always a great deal of zeal for me.
7. Ms. Lucy Rodrigues, Thank for your support and crediting this article as ‘Really an eye-opener’
8. Mr. Vivian Fenandes, Thanks for your enlightening words, “I saw many people who shows sympathy, but not support. When we have limitation then only we can achieve satisfactions, Nice and beautiful article”
9. Mr. Morvine Barkur/Kuwait. Thanks Morvine baab being there for me all the time. Best of luck in your musical carrier.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala / QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
1. Mr. Sandesh B, It was lovely to hear from you that this article touched you with an appropriate message.
2. Mr. Lancy Pino, Your single word ‘nice’ is equivalent to hundred words an ‘excellent’. Thanks Lancy baab.
3. Ms. Preema D Souza, You are a wonderful human being with golden voice and lovely heart to encourage your friends.
4. Mr. Ajith Peter, by your articulate mind and beautiful compositions you won 4 medals for your Konkani album ‘tuje vengenth’ awarded by World Konkani Forum. The greatness in you is very down to earth and humble qualities. Thanks Sir for your kind appreciation and encouragement.
5. Ms. Cyntia B. Pinto, this message on life satisfaction’ I got it in a lightning speed while I was about to go to sleep. Thereafter, I contemplated and completed it within 2 days comparing with 'Swabhiman Awards'. Thanks for your appreciation.
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Antony Cony D Souza, Karkala/QatarTuesday, September 02, 2014
Thanking God and His people is my Principle of Life as a sign of gratitude to them. No amount of Thanks can reach God if we leave behind His people to Thank. ‘Do we have Life-Satisfaction’ as you understand it is not a generic subject but a explicit theme reflected in my mind for a message. Who ever read this article and supported me or came forward with a suggestion with a pinch of salt made me feel good and will strengthen me for my future write-ups. Therefore, all is taken in the right spirit and pleasure to say ‘Thank You’ friends.

My special Thanks goes to Daijiworld MD and Founder Walter Nandalike, Mr. Hemacharya Editor of Daijiweekly by whose Swabhiman Awards I got insight to write this article in communion with Mr. Melwn Rodrigues Director of Daijiworld and his TEAM with Mr. Praveen Tauro. Without this platform, it would have been very hard to share our thoughts in this society. Thus my Thanks goes to....
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Saraswathi, In-Land , MangaloreMonday, September 01, 2014
Dear Sir,
Excellent article, really good & touching, very meaning full. Thank you for such wonderful article.
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LogeshBabu , Chennai / Qatar Monday, September 01, 2014
This article is an eye-opener. It will certainly make me look at life differently. Thanks a lot for such a meaningful article. We all are capable of doing much more for society and find the true meaning of Life. God Bless....
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anita britto , Mangalore/AucklandMonday, September 01, 2014
Such a beautiful meaningful article. Thanks for sharing and hope to read more.
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ARUN DANTHY, PERNAL/SURATHKALSunday, August 31, 2014
gd one sir thought provoking....
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A Transformed Heart, MangaloreSunday, August 31, 2014
Other day I set my focus on myself to offer some help to any need irrespective of caste and creed. It worked well. It did not stop there. Yesterday also, self within me asked me to sustain the momentum and I said surly I will. Hope it will turn into happier moments each day. I believe now that I shall serve the Master through his less fortunate creations. No one can buy this happiness of my immense delight and satisfaction. This is just a testimony I am glad to reveal. Thanks for this D-World forum for the good messages.
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Dorothy Dsouza, MumbaiSunday, August 31, 2014
Nys article Cony Sir...Vry vry meaningful...Even if v r not satisfied in our lives there r many ways to satisfy ourselves...specially in helping others in doing good deeds...Hats off to U Cony Sir...hoping forward to read more articles from U...Thnx a lot Sir...
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R.Lewis, Mangalore/BahrainSunday, August 31, 2014
Another very good article from you dear Antony Cony, keep writing....all the very best and God bless.
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Alexander P Menezes, Karkala/DubaiSunday, August 31, 2014
Mogaal Cony baab,

Thank you for sharing such a nice article on “ how to attain a life satisfaction”. Your articles have always inspired us in doing many good things and letting us think positively in to different aspects of our daily life. Life is all about giving and sharing isn't it? Some does it wholeheartedly and some does it out of compulsion. Giving and helping the needy is something which gives satisfaction to most of us. In my opinion all of us should have a sincere desire to give and share in whatever we have, so that we share Gods love among the needy.
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Rudolf Dsouza, Karkala/BahrainSunday, August 31, 2014
Very meaningful and a heart touching article.All the best my sezari antony baab..
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Bro. James Alphonso, Mangalore/BangaloreSaturday, August 30, 2014
A beautiful article emphasized upon how our good deeds should lead us to achieve life-satisfaction.
This write-up has given more than 10 examples who may not be able to lead a life onto life satisfaction. However, to achieve life-satisfaction there is a simple formula given in the Bible St. John 3:30, "He must increase, but I must decrease". When HE is increased in our life, a life change will takes place to achieve life satisfaction by our selfless works and good deeds. Apart from laity best examples could be Priests and Nuns by whose sacrifice and selfless life they fill the universe with happiness by their community service. But there could be some exceptions who are bound to go astray as it happened during the life time of Jesus, Judas Iscariot the betrayer of the Master.

On this context, wonderful examples given about the priests and nuns who the selflessness render their service to our community in particular and to our society in general.
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Dorothy Dsouza, MumbaiFriday, August 29, 2014
Very gud article Sir Antony...1st of all v r human being not God, so naturally v r never satisfied in our lives...so towards life evry 1 has their own opinion on satisfaction...'LIFE IS NOt BED OF ROSES', yes of course prayers can move mountains...U may help any 1, but NEVER allow ur left hand know wat ur ryt hand did...U can never say all priests and nuns r h'py...l have witnessed some in my fly who r not h'py...Well job satisfaction at work...???? not all r lucky to be satisfied there even...NO 1 is satisfied in their life...well those pretend r merely compromising...So nobody can have life satisfaction...evry 1 is craving for something or the other...
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L N Rego, BendurFriday, August 29, 2014
When we write or speak it comes out of our heart & mind as true expressions of the soul. In that sense we can read a person as we read his articles, poems or novels.
As a person Mr Antony Dsouza you have portrayed yourself by reaching your feelings and sentiments in these lines of charity & Reliability. May god grant you the instinct to come up with many other topics which may inspire others to lead a life of exemplary values.
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Samad Kolnad, VitlaFriday, August 29, 2014
Antony... very good article explaining what makes life happy and satisfied, very simple if you want to lead a happy life be generous and don’t be self-centric. There is a real big joy in caring sharing and loving
Life will be in complete without charity and love. If we spend a life caring, sharing and loving its worth.
Antony awesome. You are an example for many in the society…enjoyed reading…
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Wilson Saldanha, Shirthady/ KuwaitFriday, August 29, 2014
Very nice article. Satisfaction is when we compare ourselves to the ones who are not in a position as we are. Looking up will result in pain in neck and looking down is more relaxing and refreshing. Keep writing and good luck.
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ISMAIL K PERINJE., PERINJE.Friday, August 29, 2014
There is no satisfaction in life and want is unlimited.Satisfaction with available resources is attaining worldly satisfaction.BUT all round satisfaction could not be attained any individual in the world.That being said, STATE OF MIND will define satisfaction.

Mr Anthony Cony D'souza, well done, having busy schedule,keeping some time for FOOD FOR THOUGHT is appreciated. Good piece of article on who is seeking satisfaction in life.KEEP YOUR GOOD WORK GOING.....
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Dsouza Arun, Belthangady/DohaFriday, August 29, 2014
One of the best article ever read on a simple word called 'SATISFACTION'
In this materialistic world, many of them are less satisfied with life as their expectation are very high and they always want more and more
and once those belongings are obtained they lose value, which in turn causes them to expect some more and the cycle repeats and the limit crosses.
This article conveys a real meaning of life satisfaction to today's materialistic world. Thanks a lot for such a wonderful article.
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Lourenin Ortiguesa, PhilippinesFriday, August 29, 2014
it is indeed a very good article mr.antony..I strongly believe in the saying no man is an island so I dont think anyone will have life satisfaction by self-pleasure alone without having any purpose in life. when you give a helping hand to others when you share
what you have not only material things but your time, talent without asking for something in return then you'll find satisfaction.
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Uday Rodrigues, Riyadh/MloreFriday, August 29, 2014
If someone is an ‘I’ specialist and not a ‘we’ specialist, no amount ‘I’ will make his life happy for he is an egoist. If someone is a miser, nothing will bring satisfaction for he has not experienced happiness by giving, but only by receiving.

Dear Bro.....Wonderful article. The above lines are the soul of your write up. People love to be 'I' instead of 'We' because they want to grab all the credits, Name and fame. They will realise the real joy only where they share the outcome or success.

Keep writing and congratulations!
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R.Bhandarkar, M'loreFriday, August 29, 2014
Dear Sundariji...
It's satisfaction with little things ,that makes you go up the ladder.
What 'time being'? Be in that state
always! Conyaam has elaborated here
on how to.
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Mr. and Mrs. Judith A. Menezes, Udupi/DubaiThursday, August 28, 2014
Sure, a thought to share about the ingredients of life satisfaction is divine.

We are really touched by the swabhiman awards and the last paragraph Quote: " a sincere desire to serve others will walk up to God as a silent prayer God is sure to bless him and his future generations and is bound to fulfill those desires every moment of his life, which in itself becomes a direct answer to the question 'do we have life satisfaction' ".

Sure, there are good many people who care about the society who carry out a lot of humanitarian activities, thus all in the Bless name of Jesus Christ. Thank you Antony Sir, wonderful thought provoking glimpses of life.
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Sundari Ashoknagar, MangaloreThursday, August 28, 2014

dear Tony, your message and inspiration to help each other and derive satisfaction is excellent. At the end of the day, whatever you have, the self satisfaction only counts.
Bhandarkarmam, I am happy that I found you here at last. I am really satisfied for the time-being .
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Sunil D Silva, Cordel, DohaThursday, August 28, 2014
Antony Baab,

Excellent article worth reading again and again. The contents and the knowledge shared by you really applies to our practical life. All the material riches and fame of this world is temporary. Only the good deeds, prayerful life, sharing and caring counts.

Once again Antony Baab may the good lord give you inspiration to write similar articles for the good of the society.

God bless and all the best
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Lancy Henry Moras, Moushmi Creations, BajjodiThursday, August 28, 2014
Individuals with disabilities are often deprived of chances to work, go to school and participate fully in society which creates blockades for their prosperity and well-being. The Pact on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is vital because it is a tool for ensuring that people with disabilities have access to the same rights and opportunities as everybody else. There are around 1 billion people with disabilities in the world. They are often the poorest of the poor. The stigma and discrimination they suffer are common in all societies. On the contrary, infirmity is thus not just a health delinquent. It is a complex phenomenon, reflecting the interaction between features of a person’s body and features of the society in which he or she lives. Asphyxiating the difficulties faced by people with disabilities requires interventions to remove environmental and social barriers.

Run with me a 100 meters race and let me be defeated – a gory challenge set forth by an able individual to a skimpy God’s humble choice. Ludicrous isn’t it ?. Today, we are being able to walk and talk, perfect in body-mind and soul and able to show up our face in the living society. It may not be enough for sure if we thank God each minute for making us His beloved Lambs.

Cony Baab, do accept true hats off from this mini virile and take a full bow for a heart touching write up. You do feel right now as you are alongside God the Savior. Trust me, I am a big aficionado of your chic of living life.
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Fr.Vincent D'Souza, Bela- KasargodThursday, August 28, 2014
Congratulations to you for the nice thought provoking article . Grace and Peace will multiply in our life only through the love of God and dedicated Selfless loving service to His people. Formula for real satisfaction is: Take delight in the Love of the Lord and loving Service to the people.
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A.A.SWAMINATHAN, Chennai/ MesaieedThursday, August 28, 2014
This is an outstanding article Antonyjee, which makes me remember the famous adage "What you Sow is What you Reap". Satisfaction in Life, to me, means a very simple truth - "if you satisfy others, you automatically get Self-Satisfaction". I have learnt Patience from the Impatient, I have learnt Kindness from the Unkind, I have learnt Gratefulness from the Ungrateful. I have now learnt how to get Self-Satisfaction from this Satisfying article of Antonyjee. In the rush to live, many people forget to live and thereby by their own actions, they loose Peace of Mind until reaching retirement. And after retirement, the search for Peace of Mind starts whereas Piece of Mind and Self-Satisfaction lies within oneself, if ever one is able to recognize it. Life starts at home. The way we lead our lives will greatly reflects on the lives of our Children. An important helping tool to get Self-Satisfaction, in my belief and in my experience, is to undertake frequent INTROSPECTION that would tell us how we currently lead our lives and how can we change our lives and the lives of people around us positively. Ego and Selfishness, I believe, are the 2 major governing elements that deprive us of Self-Satisfaction and Peace of Mind. Antonyjee, please continue gifting us many more great articles such as this one. I remain now with Kind Regards & Greetings of a Good Day, I am, A.A.SWAMINATHAN
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Dsouza Arun, Belthangady/DohaThursday, August 28, 2014
One of the best article ever read on a simple word called 'SATISFACTION'
In this materialistic world, many of them are less satisfied with life as their expectation are very high and they always want more and more
and once those belongings are obtained they lose value, which in turn causes them to expect some more and the cycle repeats and the limit crosses.
This article conveys a real meaning of life satisfaction to today's materialistic world. Thanks a lot for such a wonderful article.
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Vivek Pais, Kadri Thursday, August 28, 2014
If money did not give satisfaction then so many people almost 99% of people in this world wouldn't have chased money . We have to accept the reality that life without money is just void. Not all could resist life without money .
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R.Bhandarkar, M'loreThursday, August 28, 2014
Satisfaction we can safely say is a 'State of Mind'.This 'equilibrium' as it were is not that simple to attain. Cony Sir has subtly explained the 'routes' to attain
it.Is it not Sir? Satisfaction at the end is a feeling too, which cannot be fully expressed by way of words too.
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Julie Dsouza, Neermarga/DohaThursday, August 28, 2014
Congratulations brother. Very meaningful and a heart touching article. Good luck and keep writing more.
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Norbert Corda, Shirva/QatarThursday, August 28, 2014
Wonderful article from with a wonderful person, Thank you Tony for writing, keep up the good work as you do a lot of things for the society. God bless you and bring out of from you much more thoughts to write in the future. may god bless you too for those things which do for the needy people.

Norbert Corda
Shirva/Qatar
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deepak shetty, qatarThursday, August 28, 2014
As usual one more excellent article from Antony dsouza. Very much appropriate in todays materialistic world. must have taken lots of time in writing this article. Congratulations......keep writing
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Rasheen, KeralaThursday, August 28, 2014
Dear Antony, This was a amazing article that showed your open heart..... :)
Happiness is not a goal...it's a by-product of a life well lived.
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Reshma Lobo, Mangalore/KuwaitThursday, August 28, 2014
Another wonderful article to your kitty sir....Money is not everything in life..Whatever we do in life do it with great satisfaction which gives us immense happiness in our life. As the bible verses says "Do to others as you would have them do to you". Give more expect less.Congrats once again Sir for enriching us with such meaningful lesson for life.. May God bless u and keep writing..
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Ronald Lasrado, Kundapura/Bombay/QatarThursday, August 28, 2014
All his life our 'KONKANN KOGULL' sang for us ‘sanz zallire sanza zallire, ootu monshya bair saar sausaranthllo’ . I am sure who ever heard this song from the heart, he would never remain the same.
 
I find this article in the family of ‘do good work before your end nears’ as Wilfy Rebimbus sang for us. WILFY REBIMBUS lived up to his song therefore his name and his works are immortal for us. His all songs reflected about advice, lessons, humanity, light fun to keep everyone happy and cheerful and above all about Christ’s teaching to give more than to receive. I am his fan. May his soul rest in Peace. Let his tribe increase. 
 
Coming back to this article, good one brother, keep up the good work as you delivered it through your write-up. When coming to the good work, there are no ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ all are same children belong One God’ Family. Yes, let us stay Blessed. Praises to God, Glory to God.

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Kevin Misquith, Surathkal/MangaloreThursday, August 28, 2014
A master piece article, to derive life satisfaction we need to over come monetary aspects of life, its only when we see things beyond materialistic aspects, thank you sir for sharing this with us, keep inspiring us with more of this
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jimmy noronha, bellore/LucknowThursday, August 28, 2014
There is not a single view in this great article that I can dispute even in the wildest of my dreams. What a way to put your views in such a subtle and smooth way to make one go further on reading these great v ideas! I began with a view to read this article in installments considering I have a to attend some work and said let me read in installments but I simply could not resist reading it in one go and I am blessed. I agree on all points and being in touch with the retired priests and also active nuns, at times, here in Lucknow, I have seen in my own eyes the proof of what you say in the article. Of course, as you say, some may not be in a position to help as much as they do but you have explained that their efforts are being rewarded. In this connection, I am reminded of the word of John Milton well corroborating your views ”….They also serve, Who stand and Wait..”.
Please keep writing, as now I have to read some of your previous writings and it won’t be long to finish and will wait for further ones.
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A. S. Mathew, U.S.A.Wednesday, August 27, 2014
The last paragraph is shedding light to have a happy life. If we are chasing after more material things and pleasures of the world, that is totally a purposeless life, and we will be creating misery for ourselves.

A life of compassion and sharing with the needy world in our capacity, a cheerful smile and a kind word even very small acts of concern for others will create happiness in us.

Please keep up the good work. Everybody needs to read such articles at this age of total confusion and misery.
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Austin P. , B'lore/ DohaWednesday, August 27, 2014
when i looked at the topic ' do we have life satisfaction' the title itself made me interesting to read one paragraph to the next gave me much satisfaction that is required to do from our part. Subject is not easy and more over to convenience others still more difficult but since this article is has much implications, gives us understanding to stay blessed. Yes once attitude towards life is more important than how much happiness we get from the bank account. Money may come and go as we have seen many in lives but right attitude will carry through to give us life satisfaction. While our life is an open book and if some one do not read, while closing no one will remember too..very sarcastic... received no life satisfaction and given none to any satisfaction too but only selfishness will rule till this open book is closed. Good message Sir. Blessed are those who understood this article. God Bless you too.
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Abdul Rehman Paranthottu, Qatar- KasargodWednesday, August 27, 2014
Dear Sir, this article has practical applications since we know you. God Bless you surrounding happiness and positive minded for everyone's life satisfaction.
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Lolita Crasta, Mangalore / dubaiWednesday, August 27, 2014
Very nice article, quite inspiring cony uncle.
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Dr. Edward Nazareth, MangaloreWednesday, August 27, 2014
Dear Antony Bab,
Nice article, thought provoking and very apt.We try to seek happiness, life satisfaction through wealth and other material things. Your views clearly narrate where the satisfaction is...
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Thomas Ralphy O. Danty, Mysore, MangaloreWednesday, August 27, 2014
Life is a lesson. Let us give and stay Blessed. I read the article more than twice. times. Best conversations with aged women, priest, nuns...wonderful. Yes life is a lesson. Thanks Antony Sir.
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Mohan K. Rai, Udupi/DohaWednesday, August 27, 2014
Quote: "When work is a pleasure, life is a joy! When work is a duty, life is slavery"
Unquote: When we give with our earnest mind, life contributes life satisfaction for the life of many. Very good philosophical article brother.
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Meena serrao Barboza, Tanzania/ShirvaWednesday, August 27, 2014
Very Nice Article .. well written Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react to it. May God Bless you Tony Bab. All The Very Best to u.
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Vivian Tauro, Puttur/ DohaWednesday, August 27, 2014
Nice Article. Rare of its kind. Very realistic thoughts. Well explained about Swabhiman Awards and various dialogues. Given many good examples to win and to achieve life satisfaction. Thanks and keep writing.....
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Ravi Shetty, Mangalore,DohaWednesday, August 27, 2014
Congratulations for the wonderful Article,quite apt and very useful for any reader. True, money is definitely some thing but not every thing specially when it comes to life satisfaction, which you have very well demonstrated.
Best wishes for your future endeavors.
Best wishes
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Morvine, Barkur/ KuwaitWednesday, August 27, 2014
Heart touching article. Thank you sir.
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vivian Fernandes, dubaiWednesday, August 27, 2014
I saw many people who shows sympathy, but not support. When we have limitation then only we can achieve satisfactions . Nice and Beautiful article..
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Lucy Rodrigues, Moodubelle/MumbaiWednesday, August 27, 2014
Nice article. Really an eye-opener. Thank you.
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Glany Fernandes, Manglaore / DubaiWednesday, August 27, 2014
Very meaningful and thought provoking subject. Whatever we do in our life-time with devotion and willingly, that leads to a cheerful living. As you clearly mentioned it is very true that, life satisfaction is very much different from Corporate world achievements or financial freedom. Every time when you bring up society-friendly matters, I am sure it enlightens many minds like me to take a pause and think over it. Spirit filled article Sir, thanks for explaining real meaning of Satisfaction.
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Cynthia B. Pinto, Shakthinagar/ UKWednesday, August 27, 2014
Sir Antony, It is certain that you have beautiful treasure filled mind which is revealed each time through your articles by life satisfying messages, one after another. Let your tribe increase Sir. Thank you so much.

Yes one should not imitate Mother Theresa but people should see Mother Theresa in us by our good deeds through our neighbor or to those who are sick and depressed. You are giving such kind of messages, is itself is a message to needy in this world. God Bless you.
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Ajith Peter Dsouza, Udupi/DubaiWednesday, August 27, 2014
yet another article on Life and this time enumerating the attitude towards life satisfaction. The outlook of the author adds impetus to the thought of positive frame one should have towards life. Here there is a call for introspection either to count our blessings one by one and be happy or to brood over the misfortunes blaming people and situations. Kudos to Sir Antony for inspiring us time and again with your thought igniting articles and keeping aflame in us the positive vibes.
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Preema D'Souza, Mangalore/SharjahWednesday, August 27, 2014
Dear Antony baab,
yet another beautiful article from you !!! Truly inspiring and an eye-opener. In today's materialistic world, where everything revolves around money, this article opens our eyes to see beyond monetary aspects of life !

May God bless you dear Antony baab and inspire you to write many more such articles in future !

With kind regards,
Preema D'Souza.
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lancy pinto, mangalore/dohaWednesday, August 27, 2014
Nice!
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Sandesh B, Mangalore / BangaloreWednesday, August 27, 2014
Sir Antony D'Souza,

This is one of the most heart touching article i have read so far.
Entire article gives excellent message in this particular line

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one can understand that life satisfaction is not the same as job satisfaction, academic satisfaction or professional satisfaction but are good desires, good deeds done for free without seeking any personal glory or any tags attached to it.
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Thank you so much sir for sharing excellent thoughts with us.
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