Sunday, December 30, 2007
Friday, December 28, 2007
- ALEN STRIKE.
You are not responsible for what people think about you.
But you are responsible for what you give them to think about you.
- STANLEY FERRARD.
A man is lucky if he is the first love of a Woman.
A woman is lucky if she is the last love of a man.
- CHARLES DICKENS.
Write your Sad times in Sand, Write your Good times in Stone.
- GEORGE BERNARD SHAW.
Behind every successful man, there is an untold pain in his heart.
- BILL JACOBS .
Without your involvement you can't succeed. With your involvement you can't fail.
- Dr. ABDUL KALAM.
Love your job but don't love your Company because you may not know
when your company stops loving you.
- Narayana moorthy.
You may get DELAYED to reach your Targets.
But every step you take towards your target is EQUAL to Victory.
- KARL MARX.
It's better to loose your Ego to the one you Love,
than to loose the one you LOVE because of EGO.
- JOHN KEATS.
Don't make promise when you are in JOY . Don't reply when you are SAD.
Don't take decisions when you are ANGRY. Think twice, Act wise. BE happy.When you start caring about yourself, you start loving somebody.But when start caring about others somebody will start loving you.
Last one is awesome!!!
What is the Secret of SUCCESS... ? "RIGHT DECISIONS"
How do you make Right Decisions...? "EXPERIENCE"
How do you get Experience... ? "WRONG DECISIONS"
Monday, December 24, 2007
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Black demons wrapping the floor of blue,
Would cover the land in the ravishing rage soon,
Waves lashing to steal the grains, to digest,
Any moment heat would be quenched in full…
In the little heart the storm has not yet calmed,
That angel personified,
It wants the protection to reduce distress,
Where has it lost its all? Little feet cannot tread,
Culmination haunting the dwarf, lungs punctured in whole,
Wails bringing anybody close, but the angel far far away…
Fire in the eyes, on the face as snow,
Thorns piercing the heart, re-birth once more,
Careless calculations have given horrendous pain,
Moments leaping cladding anxiety more and some more…
That instant never wanting to repeat itself,
She hopes she can retrace, she wants her soul,
Her search in vain, has not asked not one,
Everywhere in the land, in every drop of water,
Her darling she brought, her love it portrayed,
Her lust she fed, her own it stayed…
Vanity of nature, she cursed, nature has not one,
She tendered her skin that much, not a piece she can afford to loose,
All the while her eyes were full of him, now her agony,
That moment her lids gave away,
Opening to reality, she realized her distraught,
Oh where, where was he?
What reason was her dear to ask?
What answer was she to say?
What has she done, she brought and lost,
What fate was she to pay?
She closed her eyes, her heart prayed aloud,
Lips tightened in dismay, what not to bray?
That hand tagged her cloth so tight,
Her name sounded by her side,
That cry gave the hope she longed for,
That joy returned once again…
Pearl lips spread in a smile,
She couldn’t pursue the stand so long,
Gathering her little gift of god with all her might,
She kissed till it was all wet and new…
She promised she wouldn’t leave him alone, never again,
The tot laughing at her, was he her mother?
Tears flooded, the emotions conquered,
She had her re-birth yet again!!
Monday, October 01, 2007
've jus written 15 points which v must follow in our lives to b successful..hope u all gain something from it.
Sleep less. This is one of the best investments you can make to make your life more productive and rewarding. Most people do not need more than 6 hours to maintain an excellent state of health. Try getting up one hour earlier for 3-4 weeks and it will develop into a powerful habit. Remember, it is the quality not the quantity of sleep that is important. And just imagine having an extra 30 hours a month to spend on the things that are important to you.
Set aside one hour every morning for personal development matters. Meditate, visualize your day, read inspirational texts to set the tone of your day, listen to motivational tapes or read great literature. Take this quiet period to vitalize and energize your spirit for the productive day ahead. Watch the sun rise once a week or be with nature. Starting the day off well is a powerful strategy for self-renewal and personal effectiveness.
Do not allow those things that matter the most in your life be at the mercy of activities that matter the least. Every day, take the time to ask yourself the question "is this the best use of my time and energy?" Time management is life management so guard your time with great care.
Remember that your expectations create your reality and life pretty much sends you what you think and expect.
Always answer the phone with enthusiasm in your voice and show your appreciation for the caller. Good phone manners are essential. To convey authority on the line, stand up. This will instill further confidence in your voice.
Throughout the day we all get inspiration and excellent ideas. Capture them. Keep a set of cards (the size of business cards; available at most stationary stores) in your wallet along with a pencil to jot down these insights. When you get home, put the ideas in a central place such as a coil notepad and review them from time to time. As noted by Oliver Wendell Holmes: "Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions."
Set aside every Sunday evening for yourself and be strongly disciplined with this habit. Use this period to plan your week, visualize your encounters and what you want to achieve, to read new materials and inspirational books, to listen to soft soothing music and to simply relax. This habit will serve as your anchor to keep you focused, motivated and effective throughout the coming week.
Always remember the key principle that the quality of your life is the quality of your communication. This means the way you communicate with others and, more importantly, the way you communicate with yourself. What you focus on is what you get. If you look for the positive this is what you get. This is a fundamental law of Nature.
Stay on purpose, not on outcome. In other words, do the task because it is what you love to do or because it will help someone or is a valuable exercise. Don't do it for the money or the recognition. Those will come naturally. This is the way of the world.
Laugh for five minutes in the mirror each morning. Steve Martin does. Laughter activates many beneficial chemicals within the body that place us into a very joyous state. Laughter also returns the body to a state of balance. Laughter therapy has been regularly used to heal persons with varied ailments and is a wonderful tonic for life's ills. While the average 4 year old laughs 500 times a day, the average adult is lucky to laugh 15 times a day. Revitalize the habit of laughter, it will put far more living into your life.
Light a candle beside you when you are reading in the evening. It is most relaxing and creates a wonderful, soothing atmosphere. Make your home an oasis from the frenzied world outside. Fill it with great music, great books and great friends.
To enhance your concentration and powers of focus, count your steps when you walk. This is a particularly strong technique. Take six steps while taking a long inhale, hold your breath for another six steps, and then exhale for six steps. If six steps is too long for the breaths, do whatever you feel comfortable with. You will feel very alert, refreshed, internally quiet and centered after this exercise. So many people allow their minds to be filled with mental chatter. All peak performers appreciate the power of a quiet, clear mind which will concentrate steadily on all important tasks.
Learn to meditate effectively. The mind is naturally a very noisy machine which wants to move from one subject to another like an unchained monkey. One must learn to restrain and discipline it if one is to achieve anything of substance and to be peaceful. Meditation for twenty minutes in the morning and twenty minutes in the evening will certainly provide you with exceptional results if regularly practiced for six months. Learned sages of the East have been advancing the many benefits of meditation for over 5000 years.
Learn to be still. The average person doesn't spend even 30 minutes a month in total silence and tranquility. Develop the skill of sitting quietly, enjoying the powerful silence for at least ten minutes a day. Simply think about what is important to you in your life. Reflect on your mission. Silence indeed is golden. As the Zen master once said, it is the space between the bars that holds the cage.
Saturday, September 15, 2007
There was a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to judge things too quickly. So he sent them each on a quest, in turn, to go and look at a pear tree that was a great distance away.
The first son went in the winter, the second in the spring, the third in
summer, and the youngest son in the fall.
When they had all gone and come back, he called them together to describe what they had seen.
The first son said that the tree was ugly, bent, and twisted. The second son said no it was covered with green buds and full of promise.
The third son disagreed; he said it was laden with blossoms that smelled so sweet and looked so beautiful, it was the most graceful thing he had ever seen.
The last son disagreed with all of them; he said it was ripe and drooping with fruit, full of life and fulfillment.
The man then explained to his sons that they were all right, because they had each seen but only one season in the tree's life.
He told them that you cannot judge a tree, or a person, by only one season, and that the essence of who they are and the pleasure, joy, and love that come from that life can only be measured at the end, when all the seasons are up.
If you give up when it's winter, you will miss the promise of your spring, the beauty of your summer, fulfillment of your fall.
Don't let the pain of one season destroy the joy of all the rest.
Don't judge life by one difficult season.
Persevere through the difficult patches
and better times are sure to come some time or later
Tuesday, August 14, 2007