Mayaa SH is a woman of substance and tenacity. An avid believer of the three S’s: Sashakt (Strong), Sarvagun Sampann (Bestowed With All The great Qualities), Sakaratmak (Positive), her philosophy of life blends a kaleidoscope of her soul in the essence of the word “Indian”. Mayaa has co-authored more than 40 anthologies and many several accolades with respect to her literary contributions at the national level contests and has contributed articles for several websites. She has also been featured in solo feature in several websites like Update India, Webstory India etc. and has written articles for websites like Webstory India, The DailyBeat, The Update India, Hindustan Metro etc and powerful magazines like Naari etc.
In one of her powerful writings “There is no haemoglobin in my blood but Titanium “ she has conquered the hearts of many by putting across a powerful message that it is the challenges in life that make us stronger and much evolved person. An act done with bravery is called “courage”. Courage is that important quality which is inculcated in us either physically or morally. Through this we are able to fight against any situation. Which courage to use in which situation is entirely up to you. Courage is not to say any challenging task but to do it with bravery. This type of courageous quality is not in everyone but only in certain people.
Mayaa speaks out on the existing beliefs around understanding life and interactions with people and its intersection with gender inclusivity and humanity, especially in how inequality can disproportionately affect women and girls in India. She shares that gender equality is a powerful tool in tackling the GII(gender inequality Index). GII is a composite metric of gender inequality using three dimensions: reproductive health, empowerment and the labour market. A low GII value indicates low inequality between women and men, and vice-versa.
In one of her interactions and very deep expressions in life, she has shared her one of realistic prose writings aligned in an anthology set for a world record, based on a true story on a person called Aryan as –
“The story of a small act of Reverence and Kindness”
It is rightly said in life that small acts of gratitude and kindness never go unheard. It is the small gestures that people make towards someone and ensure a mile of smile on the faces of many people. It is not important who helps us or enables us to grow further or higher in our life, but what matters is the significant impact that person has made, no matter how small.
Once upon a time there was a boy – very honest and spoke essentially what was needed at that time. He was very careful with his words and did not want to speak too much about himself. It was not because he had not tasted fame or had seen success, but his journey made him humble, being rich in ideas and helpfulness. had made. One day he appeared like Moses giving the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, how the boy became a beacon of light in the journey of so many people on the path of life. The boy was dedicated to work. Some focused on what they thought and some left and some focused on the seriousness of the work presented. The boy kept working hard as many people were busy with their lives. But a person along with a few people approached him to understand his specialist skills and get to know him well. When people approached the boy to help him with his work, he would join them even if it was a holiday and at the same time the boy was always very grounded and very determined.
But one day someone came to him and said to him, “What is your business? If you can help me, I would like to take your help”. The boy smiled and was quick to offer help.
The boy helped the man. He led the individual to benefit more and more with his help. The boy did a good job. He was very happy. He always believed and said something like, “Today if I have helped someone, tomorrow someone will help in future. My children as well as the generations to come.” It later became known that he was a writer, compiler, entrepreneur and an editor. The boy had also written many books. He was in a senior position making top contributions to the top management. Despite this he was so helpful and so calm and grounded.
His humble attitude reveals this:
1) We are blessed by the person to whom we show humility
2) Life becomes happy when you are humble
3) A humble person becomes the apple of everyone’s eyes and he feels oneness with all.
4) The submissive person will not react to humiliation or harm. The person remains calm and cultured.
5) The more humble you are, the more progress you will make on the spiritual path.
Humility will be one of the most valuable lessons you will learn while overcoming difficulties and breaking down barriers. Never forget where you started or the obstacles you had to overcome. Keep that in mind, and you’ll appreciate every person and every little accomplishment along the way.
Whenever you get a chance to help others, do it. Do it with all your heart because you never know when your turn is going to come. Sometimes you can go to Twitter and just retweet someone’s post and hit them with a comment that you liked. They will always remember you because you took action towards them and benefited them. This is how you build relationships. This way you can show people that you are a grounded person who is on their level, who speaks their language, who is fun to interact with. Sharing and communicating with others is the biggest part of your journey Because people are businesses, people are markets, and people are results. But in order to take advantage of it, you must have a genuine respect and care for what you have got. Many of us come from humble beginnings. We create something of our own through the pursuit of knowledge, integrity, hard work and a little bit of good luck. Yes, people have every right to be proud of the success they have achieved. But this does not give them the right to be rude or disrespectful towards others.
Some people get a great thrill from boasting about their achievements or showing off their wealth. They have convinced themselves that they are better than others. The fact is, some people let success turn their heads, and they derive a strange satisfaction from pushing people around. this is wrong. On the other hand, just as it is disgusting for the “rich” to humiliate others, it is equally disdainful for the “disgruntled” to be angry with those who have worked hard and earned their success in the right way.
The truth is that all the money in the world doesn’t make you a better person. It simply means that you have more money. Appreciating what you already have in life.
Mayaa is a pledge Holder – WAC Global Human Rights Foundation & World Against Corruption People Foundation, National Commission Of Women, India, Human Rights Commission, India and has a Record Of Achievement – Introducing Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in Emergencies -From World Health Organisation (WHO) and Certification Of Completion – Building Gender IQ- Powered by UN WOMEN, PWC(PricewaterhouseCoopers) And HeForShe. Confirmation Of Participation and Record Of Achievement In Course – From World Health Organisation (WHO)- Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence for Health. She has received recognition from the Exclusive World Book of Records Global Pledge for Campaign to follow the guidelines of WHO during the pandemic with a Certificate of Awareness. The drive has played a key role in generating awareness in people across the world to join hands in the fight against COVID-Besides, she holds Certificate of Achievement at National Level for General Knowledge and Awareness on COVID-19, Certificate of Appreciation On “Course on Indian Constitution” by NALSAR University of Law and sponsored by the Department of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Law and Justice. Certification Of Completion On Nutrition Education Programme under Poshan Abhiyan ICMR- National Institute Of Nutrition, Department Of Health Research, Ministry Of Health And Family Welfare, Government Of India, Hyderabad, Telangana and Ministry Of Women And Child Development, India.
Mayaa’s Philosophy In Life Is: You are Successful in Your Life The Day You Believe in the Power Within You. If You have a vision every drop of blood should invigorate You.
You can write to her and read some of her work at: email@example.com
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