Benefecial Knowledge

The first and foremost object of knowledge is that man should takestock of his own, life. He should realise his obligatory duties and
execute them. Similarly, he should realise his shortcomings and rectifythem. If. instead, he takes stock of the deeds of others and their shortcomings. then it is a sign of pride and deception which is verydestructive.

A poet says: "Do your own work, do not look at the short-comings of