What are aims?
Aims are statements of intent. They are usually written in broad terms. They set out what you hope to achieve at the end of the project. Objectives, on the other hand, should be specific statements that define measurable outcomes, e.g. what steps will be taken to achieve the desired outcome.
How do you get Dharma?
For a person to follow her Dharma, all she needs to do is to follow that inner guidance….Walking this path is not about success, but about harmony — with yourself, your thoughts, your words and in your actions.The Path of Joy. The Path of Synchronicity. The Path of Letting Go. The Path of Practice.
What is the purpose of Dharma?
“Dharma” is a Sanskrit word that translates literally to “right direction,” “rightful duty,” or “righteous living.” But the concept of dharma has a far deeper meaning than its direct translation. Essentially, your dharma means your purpose in life. Your dharma is your true calling – what you were put here to do.
Is Dharma good or bad?
1. Dharma and karma are Sanskrit concepts that have been codified through the practice of indigenous Indian religions. 2. Dharma refers to one’s lifelong duty whereas karma refers to someone’s day to day actions and the negative or positive obligations these actions bring about.