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Life isn’t just about what you achieve, it’s also what you inspire others to achieve. It’s sad and unfortunate that our contemporary society, all too often, equates success with academic degrees, certifications, career titles, financial stability and acquisition of consumer goods. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing intrinsically wrong with these things and often they are necessary. However, they are focussed on the “self” and not on others.. While it is very important to work on your own personal development, there are many underlying intangibles within the realm of success that extend far beyond your individual success.


Because money isn't everything. The greatest form of wealth is human connection and human interaction. It's one of the most influential currencies in the world. Besides, you never know if the next great is waiting on the streets, homeless but doing something extraordinary. If you never help these people, you may never see the great value that some could bring to making our world a better place.


When we feel great, a smile comes naturally. It's an outward sign of joy, happiness, appreciation, amusement, excitement, or contentment. It's not natural to smile when we're sad or upset. But it turns out that smiling might be the best thing to do when you're ready to shift into a brighter mood. Smiling Can Lift a Bad Mood Scientists have found that smiling on purpose can help people feel better. Just the simple act of putting a smile on your face can lead you to feel actual happiness, joy, or amusement. A smile helps you feel happier - and being happier helps you keep the smile going in a genuine way. Your fake smile is now a real one!


Social awareness gives you the ability to understand and respond to the needs of others. Improve your social skills and gain the respect of others Awareness of social situations means you carefully consider what people want, and plan to communicate with them in a way that is intended to meet that need.


Rape is the fourth most common crime against women in India. According to the National Crime Records Bureau 2013 annual report, 24,923 rape cases were reported across India in 2012.Out of these, 24,470 were committed by someone known to the victim (98% of the cases). India has been characterised as one of the "countries with the lowest per capita rates of rape". A 2014 piece in The Lancet states that the "8.5% prevalence of sexual violence in the country is among the lowest in the world." According to 2012 statistics, New Delhi has the highest raw number of rape reports among Indian cities, while Jabalpur has the highest per capita rate of rape reports. Several rape cases in India received widespread media attention and triggered protests since 2012. This led the Government of India to reform its penal code for crimes of rape and sexual assault.