Do we really deserve these all?

Do We deserve the things often we complain for or we got?

Do We deserve the things often we complain for? Hmmm! this the subject I think a-lot, not only for myself but for each and every single person.

As, we as a human being the God’s most beautiful and incredible artwork, more or less making our planet nasty and messy with the garbage materials as well as with dirty thoughts manly. Do we deserve to live in such clean place?
Each and every second we are throwing things here and there that becomes waste, and then we think oh! this place is so dirty, people have no sense, scattering the junk everywhere. Even we do not want to remember that this has been started by our-self first. Pointing towards other people even to the governing body, that they are not doing their duty properly & honestly rather than looking our own soul.

We often making so much of noise with our vehicle’s horn with loud speakers, with loud sound system, we are comfortable and even love this act when we do these all our self but, distracted or getting angry when these all things happen by other sources or by other people. And and then we again started bashing people or the situations, and try to run away from these situations to somewhere in piece. Do we deserve to live in such a quite place?

When government provide us some facilities for our comfort or to use in need, we try to always undergoes those feature and facilities first even though we do not really in need. Whereas there are a-lot of people who are really in need are waiting for those facilities, and left to undergo those features. Do we really deserve to undergo those feature?

Nature provide us resources full of energy full of joy full of health but what we do. We are not just using the resources we are wasting the resources. Do we preserve any single natural resource? No we just know to destroy the natural things. We do not value it because we do not earn it by our self, we received them for free. Do we really deserve these resources? As we do not have any value for them.

How to Tie a Tie Like a Ninja

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Guys, please tell me I’m not the only one that still takes time to tie a tie. My job doesn’t require to wear formal clothes so I rarely wear suit and ties. But man, when I have to tie one, it tales sometime, so i really appreciate this technique.  So, Am I the only grown up that hate ties? This video makes it so easy, I’m definitely trying this….. YOU?

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This one makes so much sense…

A boat docked in a tiny Mexican fishing village.

A tourist complimented the local fishermen
on the quality of their fish and asked
how long it took him to catch them.










“Not very long.” they answered in unison.

“Why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?”

The fishermen explained that their small catches were
sufficient to meet their needs and those of their families.

“But what do you do with the rest of your time?”

“We sleep late, fish a little, play with our children,
and take siestas with our wives.
In the evenings, we go into the village to see our friends, have a few drinks, play the guitar, and sing a few songs.







We have a full life.”

The tourist interrupted,

“I have an MBA from Harvard and I can help you!
You should start by fishing longer every day.
You can then sell the extra fish you catch.
With the extra revenue, you can buy a bigger boat.”

“And after that?”

“With the extra money the larger boat will bring,
you can buy a second one and a third one
and so on until you have an entire fleet of trawlers.
Instead of selling your fish to a middle man,
you can then negotiate directly with the processing plants
and maybe even open your own plant.

You can then leave this little village and move to   Mexico City , Los Angeles , or even   New York City !







From there you can direct your huge new enterprise.”

“How long would that take?”

“Twenty, perhaps twenty-five years.” replied the tourist.

“And after that?”

“Afterwards? Well my friend, that’s when it gets really interesting, ” answered the tourist, laughing. “When your business gets really big, you can start buying and selling stocks and make millions!”

“Millions? Really? And after that?” asked the fishermen.








“After that you’ll be able to retire,
live in a tiny village near the coast,
sleep late, play with your children,
catch a few fish, take a siesta with your wife
and spend your evenings drinking and enjoying your friends.”

“With all due respect sir, but that’s exactly what we are doing now. So what’s the point wasting twenty-five years?” asked the Mexicans.

And the moral of this story is:






Know where you’re going in life….
you may already be there


Some Beautiful Lessons

Take some time out and read these beautiful words .

Later, reflect on what you have just read.

Surely you will understand a lot of things…

First Lesson

…after some months at the the engineering  college, the professor gave us a GK test.

Being a good student, I quickly answered all the questions… all, but the last: “What is the name of the sweeper of our institute?

I handed over my test paper, leaving the last question unanswered. Just before the lesson ended, another student inquired if the last question would be marked.

“Certainly!”, the professor replied. “You will meet many people in your life. All of them will have some degree of importance.

They will deserve your attention, even if it is a simple smile or a simple hello”.
I never forgot this lesson… and went on to learn that the name of our sweeper was Raghu.


Second Lesson

On the momentous   July 26, 2005 rainy day in Mumbai, a frail man was standing on the roadside, in knee deep water.
His car had broken down and he desperately needed help.
Wet to his core, he signaled to the passers by.

A young man, stopped to help him out.

He pushed his car to a safe place, called a mechanic and hailed an auto for him. The frail old man seemed too much in a hurry, but did not forget to thank him and take down his address on a piece of paper.

Seven days had already passed when someone knocked at the door of that young man.

To his enormous surprise, it was a courier with a huge packet to deliver – an I-Mac computer & Philips Music System with a note: “Many thanks for helping me on the road that night….

The rain had completely drenched me and my soul, when you appeared.

Thanks to you, I was able to reach my dying wife just in time.

God bless you for having helped me.


Dr. PK Singhania”


Third Lesson

Sometime ago, when the ice-creams were not so expensive, a ten-year old boy went to Nirula’s ice-cream shop. While sitting at the table, he asked the waiter, “How much does a Sundae cost?” “Rs.40,”he replied.

The boy took out his money from the pocket and began counting it.

“Well, how much does a simple ice-cream cost?”.

There were other people waiting to be served, so the waiter began to get a little impatient.

“Rs 30!” he replied abruptly. The boy counted his money again and said: “Please get me a simple ice-cream!”

The waiter served him the ice-cream and his bill. The boy ate his ice-cream, paid his bill at the cash counter and left.

When the waiter went to clean the table he began to cry… for, there, in the corner of the plate, were Rs 10 … his tips.

The boy took a simple ice-cream instead of a Sundae so he could leave a tips for him.

If you have never experienced the danger of war or the solitude of imprisonment, the agony of torture and hunger, you are much ahead of the 500 million people who live in this world.

If you can go to your place of worship without being threatened, arrested, tortured or killed, you are luckier than the 3000,000,000 persons of this world.

If you have money in your bank account and your wallet and some loose change in some little box, you are one of the world’s 8% well-to-do population.

If you are able to read this message, you have just received a double blessing…

one, someone is thinking about you…

two, you are not one of those 2000,000,000 people who are illiterate!

Somebody said at some time:

Work as if you have no need of the money.
Love as if nobody ever made you suffer.
Dance as if nobody is watching you.
Sing as if nobody is hearing you.
Live as if the Paradise were on this Earth.