Denmark takes the Top happiness Spot ,Again

September 24, 2013 § 1 Comment

My phone started ringing again this week one of my friend Yasir Jafri called me around over the sea’s to ask me why the happiest people in the world live in Denmark how can be they happy …are n,t they get married ?Or what… ??What do you mean I replied …(might be its one of the reason of their happiness) than we started busted laughed.

Any way according to survey which Released this week, the 2013 World Happiness Report ranks the happiest countries around the globe, with Denmark, Norway and Switzerland leading the pack. Among North American countries, Canada took sixth place, while Mexico (16) slightly outranked the U.S. (17).

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Problem is that Denmark does not always end up happiest in every survey. To my knowledge there about 20 different studies looking at world/European happiness and well, Understanding why the Danes are so happy has been my question for the last 3 years and I have my own belief as to why they are. I also think that many aspects of Danish happiness can exported (so you don’t need to move here to experience Danish happiness)

While the generous social welfare system definitely provides a foundation for happiness, I believe – that Danes are satisfied with their lives because the unspoken norms of the Laws of Jante. These norms push Danes into keeping their dreams and expectations very real.

Several point out that while Danes are very satisfied, they also have the lowest expectations for the future in Europe. If you don’t have big dreams of becoming a millionaire, rock star or winning the lottery but instead focus on smaller, achievable goals – you are well on your way to becoming Danish.The Laws of Jante rules with an iron hand of humility and one needs to make sure that others do not feel that you are too successful or boastful.

In Denmark, Folks also focus on Hygge – loosely translated is coziness. This includes the presence of and pleasure from comforting, gentle and soothing things. What is great about hygge is that it is cheap and easy to come by – much like mindfulness – it is 99 aspiration and 1 percent perspiration.

So how do you do it? Invite some friends  for a walk in the forest and later at home for coffee – arrange it nicely with some cookies or candy and light a few candles. Sit in comfortable chairs, take off your shoes (mandatory in most Danish homes) and now have a light and pleasant conversation. (no debates, no boasting, no raised voices – just polite and cheerful)

Sounds easy,  well it is.

Self Accountability & Admission Of Guilt

May 24, 2013 § Leave a comment

If (incase) a society, organization or department starts showing weaknesses or shortcomings the personnel associated with that particular society, organization or department become engrained with these very weaknesses and shortcomings. If an individual from the aforementioned organizations is asked to examine or scrutinize to find the reasons behind the shortcomings it is but human psychology that while scrutinizing or examining these he will disassociate his own person from the process. It simply means that the investigator who is scrutinizing gives a critical opinion of the weaknesses and shortcomings of others but has excluded himself from the process of finding to search for his own faults & weaknesses thus reporting back that so and so or (a certain individual) has a certain fault and a yet another individual has some other fault. He thus holds others responsible for the faulty or weakening situation, he hypothesizes that the investigation or scrutiny is solely for others and he himself stands separated or excluded from the entire process.
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For example a department or any organization starts malfunctioning members of the organization show signs of impertinence or (impropriety) or misbehavior and the members of this department are told to investigate to look for reasons and to find people responsible for the malfunctioning such that the members and individuals of this particular department investigate and as per routine the outcome will be that they will keep themselves out of the process of investigation and each member will point fingers at others to accuse them of wrong doings, blame the authorities, claim that certain members did not fulfill their responsibilities and thus it all resulted in the malfunctioning of the particular department. This clearly indicates that while investigating the individuals at no stage even cast a glance to evaluate their own weaknesses or misconduct and take it for granted that the individual’s own self is out of the orbit of evaluation because he perceives himself righteous and fault free. They perceive and believe that all malfunctioning is the cause of the misdeeds of others. If one and all the individuals of a department have a similar attitude of claiming themselves righteous and all others stand blameworthy then the situation boils down to the point whereby proclaiming that all members of the organization are actually collectively righteous, so now the question under consideration will be when all individuals in the organization are righteous then why is it malfunctioning?

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Very true to human nature individuals exclude their own person from the process of self-accountability; that is at the time of accountability the individual imagines himself exempted from the process. People in general easily hold others responsible and criticize them, but to be critical of ones own self and to pin point ones own short comings and imperfections, to be able to comprehend them and to admit these facts is a rather uphill task. When seriously viewed then the conclusion is that any society, organization or department cannot be thoroughly cleansed and malfunctioning cannot be curtailed – hence no correction no improvement can take place.

If individuals in the society, organization or department stop being critical of others and stop holding others accountable and the process is reversed and they hold themselves accountable and critically view their own defects and shortcomings, not only to be able to understand and then admit their faults but also be able to make a sincere effort to rectify them. It is only then that the individuals who hold themselves accountable would automatically be in a position to cleanse and remove malfunctioning or corruption from organizations and be able to achieve the goal such that they will not feel the need to point fingers at others. For the functioning of any and every department, organization or society principles of check and balance are available whether it be a factory, educational organization or an office, provisions for check and balance are always available to keep vigilance. Are the employees and or students maintaining punctuality or not and are they attending to their duties and functioning within their prescribed ambits? Incase of disruption in the process of check and balance in any area or rank, irrespective, nature has provided man with a built-in system to check and balance his own activities and has been provided with the capability to apprehend where he has erred and faltered. This process of nature we term as ‘the conscience’; immaterial of man’s desire to acknowledge his errors, the voice of his conscience will notify him of his wrong doings.

To illustrate we can quote this example that you may pass an examination by cheating or by paying money and acquire a fake degree which may be a replica of a genuine one and on the basis of this degree you succeed in procuring a well paid job; the crux now will be that on the one hand the method applied to obtain the degree will keep you lacking and devoid in the knowledge and understanding which was required to be eligible for the degree and on the other hand your own conscience will keep on pricking or censuring you that you have most certainly made a gross mistake. You may be able to satisfy others by lying or being ingenious in having acquired a fake degree but your inner self is aware that you are a liar and a holder of fake documents; your conscience will constantly agitate you, the conscience will not with stand, whether you want to pay attention to its voice or not.

All this simply shows that even if the system of check and balance of any department or organization is malfunctioning then the reflection of the conscience or ones inner self is a device that automatically allows each individual to perceive and judge whether he is on the right path or not. Every human being possesses this device by which self-accountability is possible to help in the reflecting of ones self-conscience to see to search where all his errors lie, where all he has been erring or faltering. Only if each one of us reflects to delve deep in our own conscience then alone can we stand corrected and guard ourselves from erroneous and evil deeds.

Every politician has amassed wealth in the corrupted political culture of Pakistan and this practice now happens to be engrained in the political culture of our country Altaf Hussain launched this ideological movement in this very politically corrupted culture; in this very culture it was the members of Altaf Hussain’s movement who got successfully elected innumerable times, joined in with heterogeneous governments and served as ministers, advisors and also got elected to the national and provincial assembly seats to the extent that the local bodies seats in Karachi and Hyderabad have been and still are with the MQM. I have not only survived in this corrupted political culture, Altaf Hussain has stood above this system, leave alone the amassing of wealth for himself or for any of his family members he has not even acquired a single plot or piece of land for himself or his relatives. Politicians who are virtual nonentities have built palaces for themselves; even though being the leader of the third largest political party Altaf Hussain’s only possession is a house on a 120-yard plot.
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Altaf Hussain the leader of the third largest political party, to date owns, only a house on a 120-yard plot even though Altaf Hussain was part and parcel of the same culture, socialized in this society for political purposes to discuss political matters with the members who were associated with the culturally corrupted society but Altaf Hussain never ever let himself be carried away by the idea that if all politician are minting money why should I deprive myself of the opportunities which lie open before me. Altaf Hussain has never ever given any consideration to the acquiring of anything or of material gains for himself or his family members. Never ever, has he been offset or contradicted his self-conscience. If, Altaf Hussain having lived in this corrupted society can keep himself alienated from this corruption then those who make tall claims of sincerity & affection for Altaf Hussain and claim to be his true followers then they too should follow my example in the true spirit and keep themselves free of corruption and wrong doings irrespective of how erroneous or evil others around them may be.
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To make tall verbal claims comes but easy, it is the practical implementation of their claims, which is the real difficult test. Tall verbal claims with no implementation are akin to a person claiming to be a highly qualified doctor or engineer without even having received any education in that discipline. Such self-proclaimed highly qualified doctors are nothing but quacks, who practice in our villages and try to treat patients, who end up aggravating the patients problems rather then ameliorating. There can be a self-proclaimed ‘highly qualified engineer’ without any formal qualifications, who embarks on the projects of constructing bridges and buildings without even having the knowledge of the material and its ratios to be used for these projects. Likewise an individual can make tall claims that he has served and worked very hard for the movement but all has gone unnoticed and in vain. Such claims are worthless because practical work when accomplished will speak louder than words. Anything well accomplished does surface. If work is well done with dedication and honesty, irrespective of the field, it will automatically come in the public eye. Many great accomplishments in this world went unnoticed in the lifetime of many a great people but only came to light to get recognized and made them famous after they had gone from this world. Eminent they stand for work well accomplished. Every living being has to taste death, man may die but his well-accomplished work lives on and he is remembered and recognized for his accomplishments, which go down in the annals of history.

In view of all that has been said it is desired that each member of the movement may now evaluate himself for his accomplishments. Have they fulfilled their responsibilities towards the movement honestly and have they been able to serve with the ideology of movement? It will only be because of your good deeds that your memories will stay alive and you will be mentioned in the history of this ideological movement. Foremost every individual member of the movement must critically analyze his own performance; hold himself accountable in the light of his own conscience, ponder on his emotions, reflect on his thoughts, his purpose, his loyalty to view if they are still the same or is there a change of heart, change in his emotions, his thoughts, his purpose and his loyalty? Each member needs to make a graph to view his own performance. Is he putting into practice the rules & regulations of the movement? Is he sincerely and honestly looking after the collective interests of the movement, or is there a selfish change of the heart or is he inflicted with the disease of groupings? In an ideological movement, the process of groupings works like poison and termite. This process gives way to agitation and anxiety it negates the entire purpose of leadership, the loyalty and the sincerity to the ideology of the movement, It flouts rules & regulations because movements are run keeping in view the interest of the masses whereas groupings divide the masses. These groupings are akin to doors of a house destroyed & hollowed by termite, apparently they look intact but the slightest nudge or jolt makes the hollowed doors fall apart in the same manner formation of groups in an ideological movement kills the very spirit of the ideology. Members fall apart and it hollows the entire vision and purpose of the ideology of the movement. In such cases, individuals may apparently be members but incase of slight adversity they are the ones who are unable to carry the burden and get razed to the ground just like a termite hollowed door. They are the ones who change loyalties and kneel before the brutal forces. When there is unity and the process of groupings is not present, the ideology will stand steadfast and the worst of adversity will be borne with grace for ‘united we stand divided we fall’. In the light of what has been said it now becomes the duty of each ideological companion to stand accountable to their own conscience selves to judge their own performance and see where they have erred. Companions should pray and ask for forgiveness from ‘ALLAH’ and rectify their errors because when one accepts ones wrong doings in all honesty it not only clears the conscience it restores spiritual health just as a good soapy bath cleanses the dirt from the body of man.

Reference:

Thought provoking sitting with Activist (by Altaf Hussain Founder & Leader of MQM)

Previously published  : http://sheheryarkhan.blogspot.dk/2008/02/self-accountability-admission-of-guilt.html

Reaction & Response

April 27, 2013 § 1 Comment

Disclaimer: Oooooo……I apologize for being absent for such a long time. actually I bought a pet crocodile and it ate my hands off. And also any remaining energy to write sensibly. On anything of significant value.

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Crocodile : I can assure you this is 500% bullshit seriously ……….

Let’s get back on track with the first thing on my mind today : Reaction & Response .

It’s around the corner. Instead of doing the obligatory explanation of what Reaction & response means to me, I’ve decided to take a sarcastic tone on the whole topic. As a Human being , I’ve seen and experienced hilarious and often hypocritical behavior during the month by people around me and, in some cases, by my very own self. It’s often amusing when you get to witness an alteration in social etiquette and interaction simply because massive precedence . I enjoy that and, in that time, I find the funniest people who I fancy doodling later on. (Secretly.) (Because I don’t want to get killed.) (Humor can be fatal) (These brackets are nice.)

So I decided to ask people what they love about it, Feel free to share your funny anecdotes in the comments section.

The Cockroach Tricks…… Quite impressive,

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let me tell you the story once at a restaurant, a cockroach suddenly flew from somewhere and sat on a blond danish gal. She started screaming out of fear. With a panic stricken face and trembling voice, she started jumping, with both her hands desperately trying to get rid of the cockroach.Her reaction was contagious, as everyone in her group also got panicky. The lady finally managed to push the cockroach away but it landed on another lady in the group.

Now, it was the turn of the other lady in the group to continue the drama. The waiter rushed forward to their rescue.

In the relay of throwing, the cockroach next fell upon the waiter. The waiter stood firm, composed himself and observed the behavior of the cockroach on his shirt.When he was confident enough, he grabbed it with his fingers and threw it out of the restaurant.

I was Sipping my coffee and watching the amusement, the antenna of my mind picked up a few thoughts and started wondering, was the cockroach responsible for their histrionic behavior?

If so, then why was the waiter not disturbed?

He handled it near to perfection, without any chaos. It is not the cockroach, but the inability of the ladies to handle the disturbance caused by the cockroach that disturbed the ladies.I realized that, it is not the shouting of my father or my boss or my wife that disturbs me, but it’s my inability to handle the disturbances caused by their shouting that disturbs me.it’s not the traffic jams on the road that disturbs me, but my inability to handle the disturbance caused by the traffic jam that disturbs me.

More than the problem, it’s our reaction to the problem that creates chaos in our life.

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Moral from the story:

1)We understood, we should not react in life.

2)We should always respond.

3)The women reacted, whereas the waiter responded.

Note: (Beware   !!! I,m not a short temper ….but i have a quick reaction to Bullshit……)This time m not kidding….

Reactions are always instinctive whereas responses are always well thought of, just and right to save a situation from going out of hand, to avoid cracks in relationship, to avoid taking decisions in anger, anxiety, stress or hurry.

 

Logic Behind !….Main Aur Mera Hathii ( Me & my Elephent)

March 31, 2013 § Leave a comment

Main Aur Mera Hathii Its not only the Title of late 80,s bollywood movie,there is a logic behind ,It’s seemed to be just one liner sentence but it’s a soft word that I used to say instead of Selfishness.

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There’s a big difference between someone acting good and someone being good. ‘Acting’ good is doing the right thing when there is some kind of selfish benefit to doing it. If people see me help someone out, then they will be more likely to respect me and I’ll get a selfish benefit from it.

Greed is also a sub type of selfishness. And most of us are taught from childhood that selfishness is sinful, bad or evil. But is selfishness necessarily nasty? Negative? Unspiritual? Sacrilegious? Or can selfishness sometimes be a good thing? Healthy. Necessary. Positive. Even spiritual. Can we get too selfless for our own good?

Evolutionary psychology: evolution made us act good, but we are not actually good:

Evolution can explain that very easily. ‘Being’ good on the other hand is being good even when there is no selfish benefit to you at all – and you know it. Being good is doing the right thing even when you know that gossip, tit for tat, getting something later, is not going to reward you for doing the right thing.

In evolutionary terms, creatures who are good and are not just ‘acting’ good are at a large disadvantage in passing on their genes. A person who donates money to a charity in front of everyone may get a selfish benefit from it because people will respect them. But a person who gives a lot of money to a charity without anyone knowing will probably hurt their selfish interests. Enough of those sorts of decisions will hurt your chances of reproduction. So evolution works against people ‘being’ good rather than ‘acting’ good.

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This is why people are selfish in evolutionary psychology – evolution made us act good, but we are not actually good. In evolutionary terms, everything good we do is for the sake of appearances, higher social status, and later benefits.

Original sin: people have a ‘good essence’ in the image of God, but we are enslaved to ‘selfish self-interest’, which comes from being able to reason and think critically about how we could get ahead in life

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In original sin, people have a basically good essence in that we are all made in God’s image. Just like God is love, so humans were meant to care for each other and God in the way that God does. We have a moral sense that holds us accountable to the way the ‘image of God’ should act. But we are also pretty clever and we can tell that if we mess other people around then we can get ahead in life. This isn’t the way we were meant to operate, but it’s true that being selfish can get you ahead in life. So even though we hv good essence, with free will + being able to think of how we could pursue our interests without regard to others = you get original sin

Because I think the ability to confidently make the distinction between these two words is critical, I decided to write this post. So the next time you’re considering whether a behavior of yours–or someone else’s, for that matter–is justified, you might simply ask yourself: “Is it selfish . . . or self-ish?” or MAIN AUR MERA HATHI……

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(Ramadan) A Month of Healthy Positive changes Not Hypocrisy…

July 23, 2012 § Leave a comment

Above Comics is just an example,which i am seeing in the Copenhagen in the month of Ramadan

In my opinion, people who only become religious in Ramadan seems right but not entirely. yesterday one of my friend Mr.AZL  uploaded a lavish AFTAR(fast break ) picture which i saw a couple of hours ago, Let me categorically say this: In my opinion, it is not at all hypocritical to all of a sudden become more religious just because it is Ramadan. The hypocrisy continues during Ramadan in the kind of meals they eat. Rather‫ ‬than simple meals which they have during the year, they arrange for elaborate‫ ‬meals, spending sometimes triple or more money on food during Ramadan than in‫ ‬any other month. In reality, it‫’‬s not true fasting, but an excuse for‫ ‬eating extra in the month they claim to be fasting.

 

Muslims Can’t Gain the Favor of God by Practicing Religious Ceremonies Such ‬as Ramadan‫.‬

It is not true fasting, because the participants still eat their meals‫ ‬during the night. Since the ritual allows them to eat while it is dark, they‫ ‬simply eat a large meal in the late evening and wake up early in the morning for‫ ‬another big meal. In other words, they simply change the time of their meals‫ ‬from daylight to darkness‫.‬

This month is yet just another month for everyone else in the world, but for Muslims, it is a very important and distinctive month. It is the month in which we increase giving in the way of God, acquire the greatest level of humility and abstain from all evil committed through our eyes, tongue, hands and so on,Ramadan is about tolerance and spirituality, I agreed, but there is another aspect to Ramadan and that is sacrifice. At the apparent level, we sacrifice food, water, and etcetera during the fast.

I think that by sincerely doing good and avoiding bad in our entire lives, and not just in Ramadan, makes us better human being  and helps us avoid hypocrisy, one of the traits of a human that God hates the most.

One of my another friend in Copenhagen,MR.A i used to call him (Tsunami) haha not cuz of his anger its another story may the later RIP ..he used to get  angry during fast, i am not a religious scholar but i am requesting him With tolerance this world could become a place to live happily but to learn the art of being tolerant we have to observe fasting in the true sense of the word. That is perhaps the one lesson we can all try and should learn from this month.

Be careful; in the process of becoming a good Muslim don’t forget to become a good human being as well. Luckily in the West the laws and society will guide you in that direction (but in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, its a personal struggle.)

 

Serve your old parents in the BEST way

June 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

A research carried out lately has shown that old people who daily meet with other people are healthier, agile, blithe, and chirpy as compared to the ones cornered by their own kith and kin. This is, indeed, a well admitted fact that man is a social animal, and he only finds pleasure in fraternizing with other people

Last week I was at lunch with one of my friend, during chit chat we discussed about parents also ,after lunch when I was coming back to  home ,during the way I just recalled that news  what I read in famous Danish news (DR) a couple of days before it was some thing like that :

A 64-year-old men his name Egon Hansen was left lying in the bedroom of his sheltered home in near Næstved (a place in Copenhagen) for almost a month after he was found dead. It was only after 29 days that the municipal home-care service realised that they had forgotten about him. He had a only one niece in their family,who  is living some where else in denmark.you can find that news link blow:

http://www.dr.dk/Nyheder/Andre_sprog/English/2012/05/24/125045.htm

Its so weird news to me actually ,I did,t  grew up in western society,any way  

There are many cases of neglect in the West.We can find myriad examples of the ilk. The concept of ‘old homes’ in the west is a stain on humanity. People who have been rendering services to the society throughout their lives and have been catering to the sustenance of their respective families deserve accolades, not banishment.

Being a part of this society, it is incumbent on every one of us to help the old people who are leading their lives in misery and dismay. All they demand is reverence and proper time. Some words of comfort, a warm hug, a tap on the back and any such gesture which can give them the impression that they are still important for us can keep them in high spirits. Though moroseness tends to come with senility, but if dealt properly; one can observe a stark difference.

In short it’s inhumane to abandon old people. They are an invaluable asset to this society. you can say they graduated with out google and Wikipedia, They are the ones who are responsible for our current positions. It was their endeavor which made us what we brag of today.

Old age is not all pain and loss. It has its joys. Grand children lighten up one’s life, without the weight of  responsibilities. In old age, cares are not as burdensome, because one is aware of one’s limited time. Also one is not bitten by the competitive spirit; not to the same extent as in the days past. One can enjoy contemplative moments and revel in the present. Music and poetry are all the more engrossing. Prayers are a solace. Now the internet has vastly expanded these possibilities. It is an inexhaustible source of information and interconnections. Long lost friends and relatives can be found. Yet the key for peaceful old age is the readjusting of one’s expectations and cultivation of new interests and purposes.

Every relation is described by the level of closeness but blood-relation is something which needs no words to describe. Though, with today’s busy life, it’s hard to stay close to your parents. Some time, small-small things in life bring big changes and keeps every relation close and loving.

We can make our parents happy in following way:

Try to understand their feelings, they loved us even when we keep on crying whole night, make them miss their parties, make home a mess or keep shouting whole day. They loved us without any conditions. Sometimes they want us to live life their way but the reason behind it is to make our future and life safe and happy. Try to think in a matured way and from our parent’s point of view.

There is nothing wrong in showing respect to our parents. It will only bring happiness to their face. Even if we don’t agree with their thinking, try to make them understand politely. Don’t use harsh words on them, which make them unhappy or they feel hurt.

If we will try to look into our parent’s heart, we will understand that they feel lonely if we avoid them. As our parent’s age, they start expecting more from their children. Thus, try to take some time for your parents. Take them to some family get together, picnic or just spend time at home with lots of fun and positive energy around.

Always celebrate parent’s birthdays or special events, it may be some achievements and celebrate it with lots of love. We can take them out for dinner, buy some gifts or just spend this special moment with them and make them realize that you care for them.

Many of the youngsters have got the habit of conversing with their parents in a rude way. Whatever might be your problem with your parents, try to resolve it peacefully. Discussing a problem peacefully solves it more quickly. Our parents will also be glad to see their child as polite and well mannered.

Elderly feel deprived when family members fail to communicate with them. No matter how busy we are, don’t forget to take out some time for your parents. Make it a point to go to their room and have a chat with them. We can ask them small things like how did they spend their day, are they taking medicines regularly or not. Our five minutes can make huge difference in their lives.

Many people are of the view that old people are unable to make proper judgment. Remember our parents have greater wealth of knowledge and experiences than us. Whenever we have an important decision to make, make it a point that we have to respect and consider their views too.

We should give them our love. Do well in studies to make our parents proud of us. We should try to pay back what our parents do for us. Like when they cook for us, wash our clothes, buy new clothes for us, work for us, help us in education and they give us their love. We are very lucky because some children’s don’t have caring parents like our parents. So be good to your parents.If we are good to our parents, when we grow up our kids will be good to us. If we are bad to our parents, our children will do the same with us and we do not want to expect it from our children.. So if we are good to them it’s good for us too not only our parents. This is not fair because parents give us whole life they educate us and we must not forget that what we are doing with our parents, Remember that if you fail to keep your parents happy, you will feel like a failure. So keep your parents happy and set a good example for your kids!

Remember!Never ignore ever two people in the world,

One who loose every thing to make you win (your father)

&, You win every thing, just because of her prayer (your mother)

WHEN A LIZARD CAN, WHY CAN’T WE?

June 17, 2012 § Leave a comment

Yesterday i watched one Thai advertise 3 minutes video it,s kind a construction company advertise,off course you can find that small video on above link

This story is bit similar a true story which happened in Japan.once i read that story in the english version of Japanese news paper,almost 2 years ago that story suddenly come in to mind after watching this video i am going to Share a story first,

Kind Lizard…(snap shot from that vedio)

In order to renovate the house, someone in Japan breaks open the wall. Japanese houses normally have a hollow space between the wooden walls. When tearing down the walls, he found that there was a lizard stuck there because a nail from outside hammered into one of its feet. He sees this, feels pity, and at the same time curious, as when he checked the nail, it was nailed 10 years ago when the house was first built. What happened? The lizard has survived in such position for 10 years!!!!!!! !!! In a dark wall partition for 10 years without moving, it is impossible and mind-boggling. Then he wondered how this lizard survived for 10 years!!! Without moving a single step–since its foot was nailed! So he stopped his work and observed the lizard, what it has been doing, and what and how it has been eating. Later, not knowing from where it came appears another lizard, with food in its mouth. Ah! He was stunned and touched deeply. For the lizard that was stuck by nail, another lizard has been feeding it for the past 10 years..

So,that was a story ,……….. Imagine? It has been doing that untiringly for 10 long years, without giving up hope on its partner. Think, will u do that to your partner? Think that will you do it to your Mom who brought you after a big struggle of nine long months?

Or at least to your Dad, Friends, Co-workers, Friends,brothers and Sisters? Imagine what a small creature can do that a creature blessed with a brilliant mind can’t.

As information and communication technology advances, our access to information becomes faster and faster.

But the distance between human beings . . . is it getting closer as well?

Please never abandon your loved ones

Never Say U R Busy When They Really Need You …

You May Have The Entire World At Your Feet…..
But You Might Be The Only World To Them….

We are human being

A Moment of negligence might break the very heart which loves you thru all odds..

Before you say something just remember..It takes a moment to Break but an entire life to make… To Live Use Heart And to Survive use Brains.

Then Life would be a paradise Unfurling only Love Joy and Happiness… …

Spread this message to everyone you Love and Help them Live life and not merely Survive…..

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