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Memorize something everyday. Not only will this leave your brain sharp and your memory functioning, you will also have a huge library of quotes to bust out at any moment. Poetry, sayings and philosophies are your best options. Constantly try to reduce your attachment to possessions. Those who are heavy-set with material desires will have a ...
  • Kaam Chor

    In a run-down part of East London , a fire destroyed a dilapidated four-storey house that had been divided into four flats.
    A Nigerian family of six Internet con artists and full time ‘benefit cheats’ lived on the first floor… all six tragically perished in the fire.
    A group of seven Islamic welfare cheats, all illegally in the country, lived on the second floor… they too, all perished in the fire.
    Six Albanian, gang banger, ex-cons – all claiming political asylum and living off the state for free, occupied the 3rd floor… they too, died.
    But the middle aged Indian Gujrati couple who lived on the top floor miraculously survived.
    The Equal Opportunities Commission, Amnesty International, Human Rights Activists, Black Community Leaders and the British Islamic Council were all furious at the apparent racial inequality of the situation.
    Why was just the Indian couple saved? Questions were raised in the House of Commons, the popular media picked up the story and within hours it was National and indeed International news.
    Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, when questioned stated calmly that it would be unwise to jump to conclusions until all of the Emergency Services had completed their report. He closed by stating that he expected their initial assessment to be available within the next 36 hours – so perhaps it would be best to let the experts gather the evidence and report back before he commented any further.
    A large motorcade of representatives from all five groups, together with the Home Secretary drove to the area, having demanded a meeting with the local Chief Fire Officer. They made sure that a large pack of popular Press and TV had been briefed on the visit and so the motorcade was met by a huge gaggle of journalists, TV interviewers and cameras.
    On camera, they loudly demanded to know why the Africans, Muslims and Albanians all died in the fire and only the Indian couple lived.
    The bemused Chief Fire Officer quietly replied…

     

    “Because they were both at work.”
    (contributed by: Mohan Rao on 17.11.2011)
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    In a run-down part of East London , a fire destroyed a dilapidated four-storey house that had been divided into four flats. A Nigerian family of six Internet con artists and full time ‘benefit cheats’ lived on the first floor… all six tragically perished in the fire. A group of seven Islamic welfare cheats, all illegally in ...
  • Indian Daughter in Law

    Abhi Lasha shares a great relationship with her mother-in-law. Everyday after returning from office she shares what happened in the office with her mother-in-law. Her mother-in-law too tells her what she did throughout the day. Her mother-in-law misses her badly when Abhilasha goes to visit her mother’s place. Abhilasha believes that her mom-in-law is her best friend. (Hard to digest, isn’t it?)

    You are already raising your eyebrow with surprise, are you not? We tend to follow the image of the monster mother-in-law as it is depicted in the saas-bahu serials and movies. But are we aware of some truths about the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law relationship that are way too different from what we believe and experience.
    Mother-in-law can be a good friend

    If the words of Aristotle are to be believed that friend is a single soul dwelling in two bodies then befriending your mother-in-law can be the key to share a great relationship with her. Sharing ups and downs of your life with your mother-in-law would be a great start to boost the bonding.

    To be a good daughter-in-law you should seek your mother-in-law’s advice when you face hurdles, you should listen to her distresses, you should be able to be part of her happiness and sorrows and finally you should believe that a mother-in-law can be the best pal of her daughter-in-law.
    Give respect, receive respect

    Respect given is respect earned. Respect should be the base of any relationship no matter if it is a relation of a husband and wife, a mother and child or a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. To be a fantastic daughter-in-law giving respect is the important factor to enhance the relationship.

    In Indian culture touching feet of the elders is considered highly respective. Apart from this, respect is all about trusting your mother-in-law, valuing her decisions and not doubting her instincts. Clashes are ought to happen in every relationship but overcoming them can be quite an achievement. Look at every doubt, issue or disagreement as a challenge and how you can work around that.
    Be yourself

    Do not be prejudiced. If you are going to visit your mother-in-law for the first time, remember that first impression is the last impression. The simple formula to nurture any relationship is putting forward your real self. ‘Be yourself’ and everything will be fine.

    It is true that one should respect in-laws but one should also set some limits to their interference in your life. You should not tolerate domestic violence, harassment or physical or emotional abuse from any of your in-laws. If you are being the victim of such abuse then as a responsible citizen it is your duty to report it to the concerned person or women’s cell.
    Show affection

    The Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law relationship is always perceived negatively. But if in-law relationships stumble, it is not necessary that it will be always a mother-in-law’s fault. Have you ever told you mother-in-law that you really adore her? Have you ever complimented her for making tasty food?

    Let your mother-in-law know that her presence in your life makes the ride worthwhile. Have you ever though about buying a gift for her on mother’s day? Let your mother-in-law know that you care and feel concerned about her.
    Secrets to be a good daughter-in-law

    Understating daughter-in-law dos and don’ts may help you to handle in-law relationships. Where there are relationships there will be frictions. Sometimes you may not agree with another person’s point of view, in such a situation you should learn to be calm.

    • Be optimistic. Do not form any preconceptions regarding your relationship with your mother-in-law.
    • Be respectful towards your mother-in-law.
    • Seek her advice when it is appropriate.
    • Agreeing to her whims every time may not be correct or even tough for you. Nevertheless you should respect her opinion and say what you feel.
    • Go out for a lunch, just the two of you or invite her for a lunch and prepare what she likes.
    • Get to know the positive aspects in her
    • Make her birthdays and anniversary special for her
    • Buy your mother-in-law gifts on special occasions

    When you marry you are going to be someone’s wife, someone’s daughter-in-law and someone’s sister-in-law. If you are not married you have the responsibility to make your fiance’s mother believe in you. What say? At one moment you will be terrified of your mother-in-law and at next moment you might be giggling hearing the mischievous stories of your spouse’s childhood from her. Give it a try, it is worth it!

     

    (source: http://www.indiaparenting.com/relationships/article.cgi?art_id=85&sec_id=7)

    Abhi Lasha shares a great relationship with her mother-in-law. Everyday after returning from office she shares what happened in the office with her mother-in-law. Her mother-in-law too tells her what she did throughout the day. Her mother-in-law misses her badly when Abhilasha goes to visit her mother’s place. Abhilasha believes that her mom-in-law is her ...
  • A Parsi Lady Gives Birth to 11 Baby Boys at A Surat Hospital

    A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD!  Eleven Parsi ‘poriyas’ born TOGETHER at Surat (India) hospital. 
    Mother’s name: RODA COOPER.
    She is RODA COOPER from Nanpura, Surat……  WOW !!  Go Parsis Go – Kom wadharo !!
       10th wonder of the world…… SEE THE PHOTOS OF THE BABIES AND THE MOTHER BELOW.   .   A PARSI WOMAN GIVES BIRTH To 11 Baby Boys At ONCE at  Surat Hospital.
      A 25-yr old Parsi Woman gave birth to eleven (11) baby boys on 6 Feb 2012. 
     Doctors were really surprised, shocked and glad to have successful delivery.   Well, it is a blessing of God who gives 11 baby boys to one woman. 21st century record of 2012 year.The woman should be listed in Guinness book of records.
     Parsi Lady gives birth to 11 boys
    GOD BLESS! Hope she would be entitled to the child allowance

    from the BPP on proportionate basis and not just what is being paid for 3 children.

     

    Burjor.

    (contributed by : Amr on 02.09.2012)

    A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD!  Eleven Parsi ‘poriyas’ born TOGETHER at Surat (India) hospital.  Mother’s name: RODA COOPER. She is RODA COOPER from Nanpura, Surat……  WOW !!  Go Parsis Go – Kom wadharo !!    10th wonder of the world…… SEE THE PHOTOS OF THE BABIES AND THE MOTHER BELOW.   .   A PARSI WOMAN GIVES BIRTH To 11 Baby Boys At ONCE at ...
  • Life Tips – II

    Be thankful if you have a job which is little harder than you like.

    A razor cannot be sharpened  on a a piece of velvet.

    Choose rather to want less, than to have more.


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    Even when opportunity knocks a man still has to get up off his seat and open the door.

    Everywhere man blames nature and fate,

    yet his fate is mostly but the echo of his character and performance, his mistakes and weaknesses.


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    If you don’t learn to laugh at trouble, you won’t have anything to laugh  at when you grow old.

    If you wish to reach the highest begin at the lowest.


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    In the game of life it’s a good idea to have a few early losses,

    which relieves you of the pressure of trying to maintain an undefeated season.

    In this world, there is always a danger for those are afraid of it.

     

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    Opportunities are never lost. The other fellows take those you miss.

    Every opportunity, an obligation:

    every possession, a duty.


    (excerpts  from little book on achievements  by Gyan C. Jain)

    Be thankful if you have a job which is little harder than you like. A razor cannot be sharpened  on a a piece of velvet. Choose rather to want less, than to have more. ————————- Even when opportunity knocks a man still has to get up off his seat and open the door. Everywhere man blames nature ...



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