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If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it,
change the way you think about it.
Break Free
Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations,
our possibilities become limitless.
Without difficulties life would be like a stream
without rocks or curves
The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand,
as in what direction we are moving.
Don't be afraid of the space between your dreams and reality.
If you can dream it, you can make it so.
Dream Big
Go for the moon. If you don't get it, you'll still be heading for a star.
Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage
to lose sight of the shore.
You must remain focused on your journey to greatness.
Act as if what you do make a difference. It does.
God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today.
Have you used one to say "thank you?"
Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength.
There are no great limits to growth because there are no limits
of human intelligence, imagination, and wonder.
Hang on
Never, never, never, never give up....
Once you choose hope, anything possible!
You see things: and you say,"why?" But I dream things
that never were; and I say, "Why not?"
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
No Limits
Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.
Little by little, one travels far.
No single drop of water thinks it is responsible for the flood.
It is never too late to be what you might have been.

It's your entire life — not just an event

Let's give marriage the importance it deserves — in every sense, financial, emotional, mental.
Marriage is a terribly important part of life. It's a partnership you form, a companion you choose, hopefully for the rest of your life. Someone who helps you, who supports you and vice versa. The way we view marriage and the way we approach it determines how our life could end up being.

Today, I want to largely address youngsters, because most of you who are older are already married and for better or worse have already made your choices.

In India we spend so much of our emotions, thoughts, time and money (that which we have, and that which we borrow), towards marriage. But do we actually spend all this time, effort, money and emotion towards marriage? I think not. In fact we concentrate all of these resources not on our marriage, but on our wedding day.

Aamir Khan satyemeva jayate

“Bade dhoom dhaam se shaadi,” is probably one of the most common phrases in India. There's so much of emotion, thought, focus, all concentrated on the ‘event': “How will I look on that one day?” “How will society perceive me and my chosen partner?” “What will they say about the wedding arrangements?” “What will they say about the invitation card?” “What will they say about the food?” “What will they say about the clothes?”

Now, this ‘they' we refer to are our friends, our relatives and other people in society whom we are acquainted with, and whom we hope to invite. And most of our energy goes towards making this one day a success. Often, even our choice of spouse is in some way linked with the driving need to make the day perfect. Haven't all of us heard these statements: “Meri beti engineer se shaadi karegi.” “Meri beti IAS se shaadi kar rahi hai.” “My daughter is marrying an NRI.” We imagine that people admire such choices, and their admiration makes us happy. We allow our choice of spouse to very often be dictated by how people will perceive us. But the hard truth is that ‘they' are not going to spend the rest of their life with the groom or the bride.

Sometimes we simply choose the ‘khandaan,' the family or the aura surrounding the family, and not the individual himself or herself. “My son is marrying so and so's daughter.” “My daughter is marrying such and such's son.” We tend to focus, not on the groom or bride but on the label attached to him or her.

Now let's examine a few other important aspects of marriage.


After we've spent the bulk of our time worrying about others' perceptions, we spend tons of time deciding what to wear. We do intense R&D on honeymoon destinations. We spend time discussing arrangements, menus, guest lists. All of these are great cause for arguments. All this time is being spent in preparation for ‘the day.' But how much time do we spend on the most critical decision — selecting the correct life partner? Who is the girl I'm marrying? Who is the boy I'm planning to spend the rest of my life with? Don't we want to know them as human beings? Understand his or her nature, value system? Are we on the same wavelength? Is there compatibility? Does he or she have a sense of humour? Is this the person with whom I want to spend the rest of my life? Instead of taking ample time to make this very crucial decision, very often, marriages are fixed after just one meeting. “Chalo baat pakki hogayi. Muh meetha karo.”

In India, most marriages are arranged. We check on the prospective groom's/bride's family, caste, home, education, income, bank balance, appearance and complexion. But all of these things are purely superficial. Why don't we utilise the same time and effort in understanding the human being we are about to (hopefully) spend the rest of our life with?

Should you agree to spend the rest of your life with someone just because he/she carries an attractive label such as IIT or MBBS? Is one marrying the person or the label? Shared interests, like-mindedness, companionship, shared sensibility, sense of humour — shouldn't all this matter?


We spend a lot of money on the wedding day. The rich spend beyond measure — each competing with the other in extravagance. The middle class or working class pours all its earnings and savings into the wedding. If you have the money, by all means decide how you want to spend it. But for those who are not wealthy, for whom every rupee earned is precious, for whom a daughter's wedding means pouring everything you have earned, or saved, it means breaking fixed deposits, selling assets and taking loans. Instead of spending all that money on the wedding day, why not decide to take the amount set aside for the girl's wedding and give it to her to use to kick-start her new life with her spouse? Instead of that lavish function, why not just have a simple, sharbat wedding and give the girl the money instead? It will be so useful for her life? I believe sharbat weddings are a great idea. Call as many people as you desire, serve them a soft drink and say thank you for coming and for blessing the newlyweds.

Have fun. Enjoy the day. Make merry. But with simplicity.

Youngsters, tell your parents, “We don't want a big function. Let me use the money for something important that helps my life. Let me use the money to invest in building the foundation for a happy married life.”


All our emotions are trained on ‘that day.' What will happen on that day? What will people think and say? How happy will I be that day? Will the day be memorable? But instead, should we not be thinking of how we will feel for the next 40 years of married life? Let's not barter one day of happiness for a lifetime of unhappiness. Our emotions need to be invested not in that one day, but in a lifetime.

Think about life ahead, not just that one day. Let's give marriage the importance it deserves — in every sense, financial, emotional, mental. Let's give it our time, emotions and energies to plan those years that lie ahead. Therefore, the key is the person you have chosen as your life partner. That is the only element you should be thinking of and no other. And please take your time over that decision. Understand, probe, check, go deep. The better you do this, the happier life is likely to be. Take the step of marrying only when you are fully satisfied about the character and temperament of the person you are marrying.

Dowry I am totally opposed to. This is a retrograde practice, and also illegal. Think about it — can a relationship, built on the foundation of money and greed, ever be meaningful or beautiful? Should we not invest in our daughter's education instead of saving up for her dowry? Make her so accomplished and independent that she is capable of crafting her own future, and becomes the master of her own happiness. Then she won't need a greedy, useless groom to complete her life. Let her marry a person who respects her. Let her marry a man who she believes is worthy of her. Whom she is happy to spend the rest of her life with.

Satyamev Jayate!

Sharpen your Axe

There is a famous saying like “time will teach you about the life”, probably  everyone one us heard above sentence. I think time won’t teach you until we realize, accept or meet an incident.
It’s such a type story that motivate you to have a happy life.

Sharpen your Axe - Inspirational story
John, a woodcutter, worked for a company for five years but never got a raise. The company hired Bill and within a year he got a raise. Then John resented Bill’s getting a raise after only a year and went to his boss to talk about it. The boss said, “You are still cutting the same number of trees you were cutting five years ago. We are a result-oriented company and would be happy to give you a raise if your productivity goes up.” John went back, started hitting harder and putting in longer hours but still wasn’t able to cut more trees. He went back to his boss and told him his dilemma. The boss told John to go talk to Bill. “Maybe there is something Bill knows that you and I don’t.”
John went to meet Bill and asked how he managed to cut more trees. Bill answered, “After every tree I cut, I take a break for two minutes and sharpen my axe.

If I had six hours to chop down a tree,  I'd spend the first four hours
 sharpening the axe - Abraham Lincoln.
At least once in our life we did same mistake what John did, sometimes we do things without realizing what we are doing?. So have a time to think before doing any things in your life whether it’s small or big. Have a happy life.

Happy Quotes Wallpapers......

Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim
and end of human existence - Aristotle

Be happy. It's one way of being wise.

Friends are made by heart, Not by skin color.

Three things in Human life are important
" The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. The third is to be kind."
"I laugh, I love, I hope, I try, I hurt, I need, I fear, I cry.
And I know you do the same things too. So we're really not
that different, me and you."
When I miss you, I re-read our old conversations and smile like an idiot.
Everyone wants happiness, no one wants pain.
But you can't make a rainbow, without a little rain.
Being happy doesn't mean everything is perfect.
It means you've decided to see beyond the imperfections.
"Over & over i tried AND over & over you lied AND over & over i cried AND I don't know why? "

Only you can put a smile on my face when I'm sad...
Don't forget to smile !!!
One day you will realize It's not about being perfect,
It's about being happy.
Relationships are like birds, If you hold tightly they DIE
If you hold loosely, they fly
But if you hold with care, they remain with you forever.
Smile, happy looks good on you.
When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long
at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.
She did what she had to, do in order to find happiness
Define birthday....
The only day in your life... Your mother smiled when you cried - Abdul Kalam
Even if it kills me.. I'm gonna smile..

Empty pockets teaches you a million things in life,
 but full pockets spoils you in a million ways.
Don't expect anything in life. Expectations hurt a lot.
When you don't expect, every moment is a surprise and surprise bring happiness.

Eight Lies Of Mother Which Are Most Lovable In The World..........

1.The story began when I was a child; I was born as a son of not a rich family. Even for eating, we often got lack of food. Whenever the time for eating, mother often gave me her portion of rice. While she was removing her rice into my bowl, she would say "Eat this rice, son.. I'm not hungry". That was Mother's First Lie

2.When I was getting to grow up, the persevering mother gave her spare time for fishing in a river near our house, she hoped that from the fishes she got, she could gave me a little bit nutritious food for my growth. After fishing, she would cook the fishes to be a fresh fish soup, which raised my appetite. While I was eating the soup, mother would sit beside me and eat the rest meat of fish, which was still on the bone of the fish I ate. My heart was touched when I saw it. I then used my chopstick and gave the other fish to her. But she immediately refused it and said "Eat this fish, son. I don't really like fish." That was Mother's Second Lie.
Mom, I Love You
3.Then, when I was in Junior High School, to fund my study, mother went to an economic enterprise to bring some used-matches boxes that would be stuck in. It gave her some money for covering our needs. As the winter came, I woke up from my sleep and looked at my mother who was still awoke, supported by a little candlelight and within her perseverance she continued the work of sticking some used-matches box. I said, "Mother, go to sleep, it's late, tomorrow morning you still have to go for work." Mother smiled and said "Go to sleep, dear. I'm not tired." That was Mother's Third Lie.

4.At the time of final term, mother asked for a leave from her work in order to accompany me. While the daytime was coming and the heat of the sun was starting to shine, the strong and persevering mother waited for me under the heat of the sun's shine for several hours. As the bell rang, which indicated that the final exam had finished, mother immediately welcomed me and poured me a glass of tea that she had prepared before in a cold bottle. The very thick tea was not as thick as my mother's love, which was much thicker. Seeing my mother covering with perspiration, I at once gave her my glass and asked her to drink too. Mother said "Drink, son. I'm not thirsty!". That was Mother's Fourth Lie.
I Love you mom
5.After the death of my father because of illness, my poor mother had to play her role as a single parent. By held on her former job, she had to fund our needs alone. Our family's life was more complicated. No days without sufferance. Seeing our family's condition that was getting worse, there was a nice uncle who lived near my house came to help us, either in a big problem and a small problem.
Our other neighbors who lived next to us saw that our family's life was so unfortunate, they often advised my mother to marry again. But mother, who was stubborn, didn't care to their advice, she said "I don't need love." That was Mother's Fifth Lie.

6.After I had finished my study and then got a job, it was the time for my old mother to retire. But she didn't want to; she was sincere to go to the marketplace every morning, just to sell some vegetable for fulfilling her needs. I, who worked in the other city, often sent her some money to help her in fulfilling her needs, but she was stubborn for not accepting the money. She even sent the money back to me. She said "I have enough money." That was Mother's Sixth Lie.

7.After graduated from Bachelor Degree, I then continued my study to Master Degree. I took the degree, which was funded by a company through a scholarship program, from a famous University in America . I finally worked in the company. Within a quite high salary, I intended to take my mother to enjoy her life in America . But my lovely mother didn't want to bother her son, she said to me "I'm not used to."
That was Mother's Seventh Lie.

8.After entering her old age, mother got a flank cancer and had to be hospitalized. I, who lived in miles away and across the ocean, directly went home to visit my dearest mother. She lied down in weakness on her bed after having an operation. Mother, who looked so old, was staring at me in deep yearn. She tried to spread her smile on her face; even it looked so stiff because of the disease she held out. It was clear enough to see how the disease broke my mother's body, thus she looked so weak and thin. I stared at my mother within tears flowing on my face. My heart was hurt, so hurt, seeing my mother on that condition. But mother, with her strength, said "Don't cry, my dear. I'm not in pain." That was Mother's Eight Lie.
After saying her eighth lie, my dearest mother closed her eyes forever!

Meaning of Mother.......

A little boy asked his mother, "Why are you crying?" "Because I'm a woman," she ...told him.

"I don't understand," he said. His Mom just hugged him and said, "And you never will."

Later the little boy asked his father, "Why does mother seem to cry for no reason?"

"All women cry for no reason," was all his dad could say.

The little boy grew up and became a man, still wondering why women cry.
Mother's Day Gift
Finally he put in a call to God. When God got on the phone, he asked, "God, why do women cry so easily?"

God said, "When I made the woman she had to be special.

I made her shoulders strong enough to carry the weight of the world, yet gentle enough to give comfort.

I gave her an inner strength to endure childbirth and the rejection that many times comes from her children.

I gave her a hardness that allows her to keep going when everyone else gives up, and take care of her family through sickness and fatigue without complaining.

I gave her the sensitivity to love her children under any and all circumstances, even when her child has hurt her very badly.
Mother's with her Child
I gave her strength to carry her husband through his faults and fashioned her from his rib to protect his heart.

I gave her wisdom to know that a good husband never hurts his wife, but sometimes tests her strengths and her resolve to stand beside him unfalteringly.

And finally, I gave her a tear to shed. This is hers exclusively to use whenever it is needed."

"You see my son," said God, "the beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair.

The beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart - the place where love resides." 

             ....................Happy Mother's Day.................