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Wednesday, June 20, 2007


* SPEAK TO PEOPLE : There is nothing as nice, as cheerful greeting

* SMILE : It takes 72 muscles to frown but only 14 to smile.

* THINK HAPPY : You are what your thoughts make you: Think Happy.

* STOP WORRYING : Stop worrying and start living.

* PRAISE : Be generous with praise, cautious with criticism.

* WORK : Let your work be your religion.

* HOPE : Come what may, never give up hope.

* PEOPLE : Be genuinely interested in people. And every thing other than “I”.

* CHALLENGE : Treat each new day as a challenge and live it up to the fullest.

* GIVE BEST : Give the world your best, and the best will come back to you.


Thou shalt COMMUNICATE with each other.

Thou shalt COMPROMISE when things cannot be changed.

Thou shalt never take each other for GRANTED

Thou shalt KEEP ROMANCE ALIVE in your marriage

Thou shalt not let MONEY come between you

Thou shalt arrange to SPEND SOME TIME TOGETHER.

Thou shalt show each other RESPECT & CONSIDERATION

Thou shalt show thy APPRECIATION for each other

Thou shalt earn each others’ TRUST

Thou shalt try to be FRIENDS as well as LOVERS

Saturday, June 2, 2007

Luck & Hard Work

* If you succeed then it is hard work, if others succeed then it is luck.

* If your name appears, in one space in the first attempt, it is luck and after several attempts, it is hard work.

* Success is what happens, when luck follows hard work and opportunity.

* For Indian conditions – neither luck nor hard work, because in India, lucky person ever work hard and hard workers are never lucky.

* Neither, the correct answer is ‘Success’ since nothing succeeds like success.

* Both, Hard work & Luck is essential for everything e.g., hard work is required for cooking a dish and luck is required to make it tasty. Luck is unknown accidental spice, which makes the dish success.

* Success is a child, while luck and hard work are the parents. So, it is difficult a question as to which of the (parents) is more responsible for the issue?

I asked God

• I asked God to make my handicapped child whole. But God said “No, his spirit is whole, his body is only temporary.

• I asked God to grant me patience, God said, “No, patience is a by-product of tribulation. It is not granted, it is earned”.

• I asked God to take away my pain. God said, “No it is not for me to take away, but for you give it up’.

• I asked God to give me happiness, God said, “No, I give you blessings, Happiness is up to you”.

• I asked God to spare me from pain, God said, “No, suffering draws you apart from worldly cares and brings you closer to me”.

• I asked God to make my spirit grow, God said “No, you must grow on your own, But I will prune you to make you fruitful”.

• I asked God for all things so that I might enjoy life, God said, “No, I will give you life, so that you may enjoy all things”.

• I asked God to help me love others as much as he loves me God Said, “Ahhh, Finally! You are on the right path” (YOU have the idea).


• Failure should be our teacher, not the undertaker.

• Failure should challenge us to new heights. Not pull us to despair.

• Failure is delay but not the defeat.

• Failure is a temporary detour not a dead end sheet.

• Failure is a man who has blundered and is not able to cash in the experience.

• The greatest glory consists not in failing but rising every time you may fall.


• No one ever injured their eyesight from looking at the bright side of things

• Love is quicksilver in the hand. Leave fingers open and it stays. Clutch it, and it darts away.

• By seeing the seed of failure in every success, we remain humble. By seeing the seed of success in every failure we remain hopeful.

• Love is too strong a word to say too early, but it has too beautiful a meaning to say it too late.

• The people to fear are not those who disagree with you, but those who disagree with you and are too cowardly to let you know.

• There are two gifts we can give to our children: One is the roots. The other is wings.

• Love is not finding someone to live with. It is finding someone you cannot live without.

• Great men are they who see that the spiritual is stronger than any material force, that thoughts rule the world.

• Do not expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong.

A recipe for a Good Life.


5 cups of Love

4 cups of Kindness

3 cups of loyalty

1 cup of hope

2 spoons of cheerfulness

Some slices of humor

Some sympathy

And 3 spoons of laughter

How to make: Take love & Kindness & mix well with hope. Add loyalty & blend until a paste is formed. Add cheerfulness. Chop the humor finely & add it. Sprinkle it with laughter.

-Good Life is Ready.

Words of Wisdom

• There is nothing so easy to gain and nothing so difficult to apply as Experience. Now and then, it is good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy. When you lose, do not lose the lesson.
By: Dalai Lama.

• When the mouse laughs at the cat, there is a hole nearby.
By: Nigerian Proverb.

• Every man is the architect of his own fortune
By: Appius Claudius.

• It is only the wisest and stupidest who never change.
By: Confucius.

• The reward of a thing well done is to have done it.
By: Ralph Waldo Emerson.

A short Course in Human Relations

The six most important words : “I admit I made a mistake”

The five most important words : “You did a good job”

The four most important words : “What is your opinion?”

The three most important words : “If you please”

The two most important words : “Thank You”

The one most important word : “We”

The least important word : “I”

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