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A Story of Friendship

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A story tells that two friends were walking
through the desert. During some
point of the journey they had an argument, and
one friend slapped the other one in the face.The one who got slapped was hurt,
but without saying anything, wrote in the sand:
SLAPPED ME IN THE FACE. Read the rest of this entry »


Love is a Fallacy : Max Shulman

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I have read this story some years ago and still i love to read it from time to time. It is nice to read and it has given some interesting logics. Many of you may have read this and who don’t have, i hope you do not miss the chance. Read it sincerely you will be refreshed. In my case, i have to read it more than 3 times to get properly understood. But, till today i have read it a lots of time. Hope you will be enjoyed.

Cool was I and logical. Keen, calculating, perspicacious, acute and astute—I was all of these. My brain was as powerful as a dynamo, precise as a chemist’s scales, as penetrating as a scalpel. And—think of it!—I only eighteen.

It is not often that one so young has such a giant intellect. Take, for example, Petey Bellows, my roommate at the university. Same age, same background, but dumb as an ox. A nice enough fellow, you understand, but nothing upstairs. Emotional type. Unstable. Impressionable. Worst of all, a faddist. Fads, I submit, are the very negation of reason. To be swept up in every new craze that comes along, to surrender oneself to idiocy just because everybody else is doing it—this, to me, is the acme of mindlessness. Not, however, to Petey. Read the rest of this entry »

Life and Struggle-Author Unknown

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A man found a cocoon of an emperor moth. He took it home so that he could watch the moth come out of the cocoon.

On the day a small opening appeared, he sat and watched the moth for several hours as the moth struggled to force the body through that little hole. Then it seemed to stop making any progress. It appeared as if it had gotten as far as it could and it could go no farther. It just seemed to be stuck. Read the rest of this entry »

Motivational Quotes

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Mahatma Gandhi: You must be the change you wish to see in the world.

Jim Stovall: You need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins.

Robert Frost: The only way around is through.

Warren Buffett: You only have to do a very few things right in your life so long as you don’t do too many things wrong.
Les Brown: You must remain focused on your journey to greatness.

Theodore Roosevelt Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.

Charles F. Kettering: Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier

Henry Ford: Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you’re right!

Jim Rohn: You must either modify your dreams or magnify your skills.

William Hazlitt: Who likes not his business, his business likes not him.

Denis Waitley: Winners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top so exhilarating.

Le Iacocca: Management is nothing more than motivating other people.

Dwight D.: Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.

Drucker: The most serious mistakes are not being made as a result of wrong answers. The truly dangerous thing is asking the wrong question

Max Schmelling: Why did I want to win? Because I didn’t want to lose!

J. Paul Getty: To succeed in business, to reach the top, an individual must know all it is possible to know about that business.

Pierre Corneille: To win without risk is to triumph without glory.

Tony Dorsett: To succeed… You need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.

James Broughton: The only limits are, as always, those of vision.

George Kneller: To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.

Peter McWilliams: To the degree we’re not living our dreams; our comfort zone has more control of us than we have over ourselves.

Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth: To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult.

Tryon Edwards: To waken interest and kindle enthusiasm is the sure way to teach easily and successfully.

Spanish Proverb: Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week.

Lyndon B. Johnson: The noblest search is the search for excellence

Charles M. Schwab: The man who does not work for the love of work but only for money is not likely to neither make money nor find much fun in life.

Chinese Proverb: The miracle is not to fly in the air, or to walk on the water; but to walk on the earth.

John Naisbitt: The new source of power is not money in the hands of a few, but information in the hands of many.

Henry Ford: The man who will use his skill and constructive imagination to see how much he can give for a dollar, instead of how little he can give for a dollar, is bound to succeed.

Thought of the Day

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So frens, lets be serious n think wisely while selecting ur company to pass the journey of ur life happily.

The Clock is Ticking

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Hi Everybody ! read this once a time.

“The Clock is Ticking….”
Written by Matt Lazzara
September 7th, 2003

I don’t think a lot of people sit around and contemplate their lives.
I mean, people think about their futures and what they’re going to do,
and what they should have done in order to achieve something, but I
don’t think anyone contemplates their present. What they’re doing
right now. Everyone’s heard of living in the moment or whatever, but I
think very few people act on it. Myself included and that’s something
that I regret immensely.

Life is a finite thing. Obviously, everyone’s life is going to end,
but mine has a time limit. No surprises for me, and depressingly
enough, that time limit is going to run out rather soon. I’ve never
really told anyone how long I have left, or what exactly (in great
detail) is wrong with me, because I would rather my friends viewed me
as a vital, volaile, rather silly human beings, but at age 21, most
people don’t understand or know how to contemplate the thought that
someone you know, they would abandon me for more secure, lasting

So everyday, every minute is vital to me, the most mundane things are
breaths of fresh air. The things that most people take for granted but
shouldn’t – a kiss, a pudding fight, a good long walk or an intriguing
conversation – are now intensely important to me, and I think they
should be important to everyone. The fact that I know I won’t be able
to experience these things makes them achingly more important to me,
and they make me desparate to achieve them one more time.

I want to close my eyes and kiss a girl one more time; the kind of
kiss that makes you feel like you’re floating, the kind where you
forget to do something with your hands because it’s so good. I want to
go camping, and lay in the grass and think how naively beautiful the
day is. I want to shoot off fireworks and run away when the cops pull
up. I want someone to hold my hand and tell me something nice about
myself. I want to be able to read the paper and deride George W. to
someone, and have them hate that asshole with me. I want to sit on a
stoop late into the night, drinking shitty beer and telling stories. I
want to feel alive, and not dead or dying, and think that those things
– the most trivial and passing connections to the world and people in
it – are violently important.

So this is my contribution to you. I’m desperately telling you – all
of you- to take advantage of your youth and vitality. I hear too many
people talking about college and getting shitty jobs afterward. I hear
too many people talking about work and how this and that s..ks. F..k,
we’re all wasting our lives doing things that disconnect us from
everyone else! You don’t need a four or five year plan, and you sure
as hell don’t need to worry about feeling innocent and immature again.
Worry about making everyday something to talk about, and not just
another blank page in your life.

I used to act like you. I had a plan. I had a future, and all that
blew away, but right now, I barely have a present, and that’s how I’ve
realized the error of our ways. Please, please, don’t get old and die,
and die of cancer, and realize you did nothing with your life but make
plans that never happened. Don’t miss opportunities anymore. If you
like someone, tell them, if you think the time is right to kiss
someone, do it. If you feel like you’re in a rut, don something to
stupid and silly and fun. If you feel the world is ugly, make
something beautiful. Stop being so cautious, some movie line said : if
you take life too seriously, you’ll never get out alive.

Trust me, as much as life sucks sometimes, and wow, do I know it
sucks, it is still the only thing we know. It is the only thing that
matters, and it’s wonderful. Life is a beautiful, ridiculous, tragic
disaster, but it’s the only thing we have. So don’t let it lie by the
wayside in pursuit of crap that’s barely important. People are the
most important resource, and so are the relationships we build with
them. I feel the pinch of that more than ever now. If we could spend
400 billion dollars to cure cancer instead of building and maintaining
weapons, I wouldn’t have to write this. So this is, essentially, a
plea. This is the most personal thing I’ve ever written, and I hope it
reaches more people than I ever could.

Don’t forget this is the only life you have, make something worthwhile
out of it, and no one who you’ve laughed, cried, kissed, and bled with
will ever forget you.

Matthew D, Lazzara
April 2, 1982 – February 15, 2004

Love 4 All

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Believe needs for making good relationship
Inspiration needs for having success
Cooperation is for humanity
And Love is for beautiful life.