An Inspiration

- The vision of VictoryTales

       VictoryTales derives its definition from the humble word “Inspiration” which in its figurative sense appears to predate its literal one. As the word “Inspiration” is the past participle of inspiration. Similarly, we as VictoryTales is an online portal that publishes the finest content around Personal development, Success Mantras, Interviews, Startup Stories, and about the Entrepreneurship to inspire the world. We often overlook the important role of inspiration whereas it awakens us to better possibilities by allowing us to transcend our experiences and limitations.  If we believe, Inspiration pushes us from apathy to possibilities and transforms the way we perceive our capabilities.

We believe that Inspiration is an elusive nature which we normally overlooked in life and the frequency with which a person experiences inspiration in their daily lives. It is also believed that inspired people were more open to new experiences and reported more absorption in their tasks. “Openness to Experience” often came before inspiration, suggesting that those who are more open to inspiration are more likely to experience it.  It is also believed that human being has a capacity to capture and activate inspiration and it has major effects on important outcomes in one's life. 

We believe that there are four main Ingredients of Inspiration:

 

  • Inspiration involves both being inspired by something and acting on that inspiration.

  • Inspiration involves a moment of clarity and awareness of new possibilities.

  • Inspiration is spring from the beauty and goodness that precede us and awaken us for better possibilities.

  • Inspiration is evoked spontaneously without intention.

 

Every effort is being made here as VictoryTales Team to inspire our readers by inculcating the essence of  Inspirational moments to encourage moving forward in their life as well as in their career. For keeping the momentum of inspiration in the future too, I am remembering a very interesting story of a little boy and would like to share with our valued viewers. As I am sure, most of us must have listened from our ancestors in their life that “Do not say something you regret out of Anger”. Once upon a time there once was a little boy who had a very bad temper and normally lose temper in small issues. His father decided to hand him a bag of iron nails and convinced his son that every time you lost temper, you take one iron nail from the bag and hammer a nail into the outer fence of their house.

On the very first day, the boy hammered 48 nails into that fence.

Since every time he loose patience he has to get one nail from the bag and to go out of home to nail into the outer fence of his house. The boy gradually began to control his temper over the next few weeks, and the number of nails he was hammering into the fence slowly decreased. He then discovered it was easier to control his temper than to go out of home up to the fence and hammer those nails into the fence.

Finally, the day came when the boy did not lose his temper at all. He told his father the news and the father suggested that he should now pull out a nail every day to keep his temper under control.

The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. The father said well done, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. It won’t matter how many times you say I’m sorry, the wound is still there.'”

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