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.
- DON'T MISS: How my father's advice changed my life
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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