- RC forms an important part of the verbal ability section. This section mainly focuses on to check the ability to understand the language and the underlying concept of the passage. The main focus should be to have a good command over the language as well as time management.
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As the tortoise tucks its feet and head inside the shell and will not come out even though you may break the shell into pieces, even so the character of the man who has control over his motives and organs is unchangeably established. He controls his own inner forces, and nothing can draw them out against his will. By this continuous reflex of good thoughts and good impressions moving over the surface of the mind, the tendency to do good becomes strong, and in consequence, we are able to control the Indriyas or sense organs.
RC (Level-1): Passage-4
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Emotional disturbances in man
Strength of the internal organs
Forces produced by sense organs
Reflection of the intellect
Man is slow-moving and slow-witted
A man of character refuses to be influenced by outside compulsions against his will
Man confines himself to a life of isolation
Man cannot have a good character or strong will
Good thoughts lead to the control of the sense organs
Control of the sense organs leads to good thoughts
Character, though established, may be disturbed by outside forces
No man can achieve success in destroying the inner forces
Destruction of the human body
Breaking of the physical environment of man
Attempt to destroy man's character
Inflicting physical and mental agony on man
it is impossible for man to attain perfection of character
the attainment of perfect character is the result of a long process of mental discipline
the whole life process is clumsy
there is a lot of confusion in our understanding of sense organs, character, etc.