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Father's advice: 'Be a good human being'

June 14, 2019 11:40 IST

We'd asked you, dear readers to share your father's best advice.
Rediff reader Mrityunjay Bhatt, 27, from Indore, Madhya Pradesh shares his story.

Mrityunjay Bhatt with his father

IMAGE: Mrityunjay Bhatt with his father Mahendra Mohan Bhatt, 57. Photograph: Kind courtesy Mrityunjay Bhatt

My pitashri (respected father) would always says 'koi bura bhi kare to uska bhala kardo.' (Even if someone is bad, be good to them)

I am currently pursuing final year of Chartered Accountancy course.

When I was dealing with repetitive failures in my exam, I used to often get agitated with my parents.

My father's advice to me was: 'Be a good human being. Never ever forget your humanity in the heat of the moment.'

Today, I follow his advice and don't bother so much about career or money. I just try to be generous and righteous with everybody.


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