Fan of Own Thoughts!

@Mitraa (3188)
India
June 12, 2007 11:57am CST
I always find that every person is the fan of his / her own thoughts and always tries to excercise and master his own thoughts, hardly looking at the consequences ahead. Are you of same opinion? Please say.
1 response
@Mohan60 (28)
• India
13 Jun 07
At tender age it is so. But as you grow up each one is influenced by peers,parents,elders,teachers and leaders and cicumstances. Narendran went to meet Swami Ramakrishna to sortout his day -to-day problem. After meeting he forgot his personal problem and influenced by his mater.So Narendran became as Swami Vivekananda. Mohan das karam chand Gandhi went to South Africa to pursue his legal career. One day he was thrown out of the Train.That gave birth to Mahatma Gandhi.
@Mitraa (3188)
• India
13 Jun 07
Yes, at tender age it is so. But I think, at grown up age, it is more so! Because, thoughts only accumulated by will power to make Swami Vivekananda or Mohatma Gandhi. Thus is the example of being fan of even more powerful thoughts! Thanks Sir, for your illustrative response.