An attractive tv shows TOUGH TIMES NEVER LAST airs every Monday night at 9.00pm on C.31 Melbourne, and can also be seen online worldwide.
Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Dhaka – Michael Kuzilny says that Depression will be the second largest killer after heart disease by 2020 unless we take control of our minds.
“In such a violent, greedy, busy and hate-filled world, where downtime has become a luxury, we must take time out for meditation, loving kindness towards others and relaxation, otherwise all that chasing of materialism and “busyness” will send you to the grave early..”
Besides running a high profile Legal practice representing good people who make mistakes, this criminal defense lawyer spends most of his time helping troubled people who have found themselves on the wrong side of the law, in the hope of setting them straight.
His passion to give “good people who make mistakes” another chance in life has also led him to venture into television, with his own show, “Tough Times Never Last”, on C. 31 Australia. All his work in the media is pro bono.
TOUGH TIMES NEVER LAST is an interview show that features guests from all walks of life that have battled all sorts of adversity throughout their lives. Through their stories of personal struggles, professional failures, criminal mistakes Tough Times Never Lastsaims to inspire and help viewers improve and control their lives through our guests incredible stories.
Michael Kuzilny says,the show is all about making a difference. The basic message behind it is thatLife is tough for everyone; we just have to wake up every day and make it better, no matter what adversities we are facing. We have to go out into the world, become a bit more selfless, and start scattering a bit of sunshine towards others. A smile and a bit of kindness towards others goes a long way…
“Whatever is happening in your life right now, just put it aside and always realize that all pain comes from non-acceptance of what is. If there is something in your life you don't like, change it ! If you cannot, change the way you think about it. Make peace with what bothers you. Accept the "as-is-ness" of the moment and surrender to what's happening! Acceptance in the key. This helps us reduce the pain in our lives, and increase our joy. Life is a very short and impermanent journey,” Mr Kuzilny said.
The show airs every Monday night at 9.00pm on C.31 Melbourne, and can also be seen online worldwide. www.toughtimes.tv. Michael also keeps his global viewing audience inspired by his tough times never last face book page: www.facebook.com/toughtimesneverlast