There was a man who wanted to transcend his suffering and find Nirvana, so he went to a Buddhist temple to learn from a master. He asked his master, “If I meditate four hours a day, how long will it take to reach Nirvana?” “Well,” said his master, “if you meditate for so long every day, it can take ten years.” The student then asked, “Well, master, if I meditate ten hours a day, how long will it take me to transcend?” “Well,” Master replied, “if you meditate ten hours a day, it may take twenty years.” A classic, probably the most given advice of modern times. Children shouted from the sidelines of every sporting event. Encouraging whispered in the ears in critical moments of life. Always doing your best in this context is something else. This fourth agreement links the other three. While life is hard and it`s impossible to get it right every time, it`s important to do your best every moment. Your best won`t be as good as your best tomorrow or maybe yesterday. If your drunk may not be as good as your best sober. If your fatigue is not as good as your best after a long night sleep. By making a pact with these four key agreements, an individual can dramatically influence the amount of happiness they feel in their life, regardless of external circumstances.  There was an intelligent, caring and friendly woman. She was coming home from work after a hard day, sick, tired and had headaches.
Here, the little girl, only four or five years old, was excited to see her mother and began to jump into the house and dance, laugh and sing happily. The mother was patient and made her release her energy, but the girl did not stop. She was singing and screaming all the time, and finally the woman would grab herself. She shouted at her daughter to shut up and stand still, going so far as to tell her that her voice was painful to hear. The girl was crushed, at such a young age, she clung to every word of her mother. .