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How to lead a calm and pleasant life? Cardinal rule – FIFTY SEVEN; between ‘for-profit’ and ‘not-for-profit’ services, which one is better for a calm and pleasant life?


Between ‘for-profit’ and ‘not-for-profit’ services, which one is better for a calm and pleasant life? Whether ‘for-profit’ or ‘not-for-profit’, the activities of human beings are triggered by the innate emotion to acquire and upkeep something of their own. Recognition also retains a priority position in the list of things (as an abstract thing) that human beings want to acquire. The lives of people get organized as a society only when this emotion for acquisition is linked to vivid objectives, which are capable of getting synchronized with the objectives of other individuals in the society, which in turn transforms into a social order that ensures sustainability and further progress to all. Therefore, the quality and effectiveness of support being provided by both ‘for-profit’ and ‘not-for-profit’ services for a calm and pleasant life is actually the sum total of the quality of personal objectives of individuals involved in delivering such services. When this condition is ideally met, both the category of services can facilitate a calm and pleasant life equally.

Practice it and make it a habit. Then the nature will make it sustainable by triggering necessary genetic engineering!

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