“Destiny”

Destiny is like a ubiquitous cloud over our lives. It heavily influences the events in our lives, the decisions we make, who we spend our lives with. All major events in our life such as birth, marriage, major illnesses, accidents and death are pre-destined. As destiny is a spiritual root cause of difficulties in our life, its effects can only be nullified by spiritual practice.

“Destiny is usually just around the corner. Like a thief, a hooker, or a lottery vendor: its three most common personifications. But what destiny does not do is home visits. You have to go for it.”

“Destiny”,Beautiful word 2 hear nd tough 2 Beleive.

“Take Control Of Your Destiny.Believe In Yourself. Ignore Those Who Try To Discourage You.Avoid Negative Sources, People, Places, Things And Habits.Don’t Give Up And Don’t Give In.”Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.

If humanity is not to grow sufficiently strong to become a master of the machines that it makes, the present civilization of slavery to iron wheels pounding to the rhythm of lust shall stand, indeed, condemned. But in case we can grow into a self-mastery in ourselves, sufficient to rule over the forces of nature that we have released, certainly we shall preserve our secular endowments and come to live served by them as a Sultan of Destiny.

Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings. I have always believed that all things depended upon Fortune, and nothing upon ourselves. It is to be remarked that a good many people are born curiously unfitted for the fate waiting them on this earth. Lots of folks confuse bad management with destiny. It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves. One of the many lessons that one learns in prison is, that things are what they are and will be what they will be. Every man has his own destiny: the only imperative is to follow it, to accept it, no matter where it leads him. destiny decides who u meet in life but its only your heart that can decide who gets to stay in your life.

Destiny Decides Who You Meet In Your Life,
But Only Your Heart Decides Who
Gets To Stay In Your Life..
Treasure The One You Wish To Stay With,
And Live Live Without Regrets.

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Unforgettable Memories of School Days

“Recollecting memories of school days is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose”
School days,I believe, are the happiest in the whole span of human existence.
Most of us would agree that d days spent in school are/were certainly the bst days of our lives.
Its in school tht we make our first frind,hav our first crush,compete to excel,hope for places in the sports teams,eating lunch boxes during classes,and learn our first lessons abt life.

For dos whose school is now forever OVER. I still can’t get over it -I feel like I’ll be going back next year and seeing all the same people, but I won’t be one of them! I’m happy and sad about graduating, I guess that’s how most peeps feel.Those who r in school think that when I will grow up n go to college.But beliv me whn u wil b in the col u will get bored with the narrow mindedness of ur batchmates,politics,racing against time.Really school days r the golden days.

People called it SCHOOL …we called it LIFE
SCHOOL DAYS…..
how did it get over so soon?
its night b4 its afternoon.
december is here b4 its june.
my gudness how the time has flewn.
why did it get over so soon?

What’s the best part of school life? Some would vouch for the great education, the great learning experience, the knowledge sharing, and other such scholarly pursuits. But many would admit that the best part of school life is all the fun one has. These funny school quotes will take you on a trip down memory lane. Share them with your school buddies and renew old ties.

Don’t know why I am remembering the time spent in my school and college so much these days. The kind of moments I shared with some of my best buddies were truly the most innocent days of my life, in fact in everyone’s life.

May be the tedious office hours, the monotonous behavior and lifestyle and the cold shoulders even amongst so-called best mates is allowing us to remember the innocent times of the past, times which would NEVER come back ever again!

we often miss our school or college days because we touch very strong to our school and we never forget that days.i feel pain in my heart too!!! wish i could go back to live in those golden days ….Purani jeans aur guitar song of Ali Haither ……this song pulls my heart’s strings and reminds me the good old days of college n friends…that was a magical year when i had just started college. today i had tears in my eyes when i heard this song….ny wey to remind school memories..a message to all of you: Oneside love..

silent mode Mobiles..
Bus stand comedies..
Escape from Seminars..
Last period cuts..
Birthday treats..
Last minute preparation..
over Night study fornext Exam..
Friend’s family functions..
internal marks problem..
Tution Bunk..
Eager wait for 14th feb..
shortage of pocket money and attendance..
2day i had tears in my eyes when I remember those Golden days …bt they never comeback thats the truth of life …. so frnds….live for today… because present never come back …..

Some filmy meanings Of our old days never come back.

1.college ——- yaadein
2.principal —— Jaani Dushman
3.classes ——- kabhi kabhi
4.canteen——- kabhi alvida na kehna
5.course ——– godzilla
6.exams ——– kalyug
7.examination hall—- chamber of secret
8.exam-time ———- qayamat se qayamt tak
9. question paper ——— paheli
10.answer paper ———- kora kagaz
11.cheating ———- aksar/chupke chupke
12. paper out ———- plan
13.examiner ————- the killer
14.last exam ———– independence day
15.paper correction ——— andha kanoon
16.marks ———– assambhav
17.result ———– murder
18.pass ———— ajooba/ chamatkar
19. fail ———– devdas
20.supplementary ——- aakhri raasta
21.vacation ————- waah life hoto aisi…

There is much more to write which is endless  🙂

Baby crossed 8 n 1/2 Months

My Baby has crossed 81/2 Months. Her development phase is filled with excitement and thrill! She Loves to go on playing for hours! She literally refuse to go to sleep to play a little more! It is fun time for her and a moment of frustration for me!but still I am happy to do any thing for her. The most memorable moment of the entire development process is my baby’s intentions to walk down the floor while holding on to a steady, but movable object! Right now, my cute baby start developing a mind of her own and she uses it with good effect too! At last, there are some visible signs of my child seeking some independence.

Baby now trying raises herself to a standing and upright position from sitting down. She can stand alone and steady while holding on to someone like chair. She can also walk on her own while holding on to moving furniture. She manipulates and probes every part of an object with a keen mind. Baby observes people and pay attention to their activities. She is effectively doing 2 things at the same time. She easily identifies the direction in which a particular object is lying on the floor.

Baby’s babbling is likely to include chains of sounds, such as “ba-ba-ba.” even pick out an occasional “mama” or “dada.”She splits , she murmurous alot , were ever i go she just come back of me …….

Love u Sia

VALUES

Values are those things that really matter to each of us … the ideas and beliefs we hold as special. Life Depends on Values. Values depend on different people’s mentality. Caring for others, for example, is a value; so is the freedom to express our opinions. Most of us learned our values – or morals, if you prefer – at home, at church, at school. But, where are our children learning their values? Maybe from parents, teachers and religious leaders, but society has changed. Too often young people today are most influenced by what they see and hear on television or on the street.

A value is a belief, a mission, or a philosophy that is meaningful. Whether we are consciously aware of them or not, every individual has a core set of personal values. Values can range from the commonplace, such as the belief in hard work and punctuality, to the more psychological, such as self-reliance, concern for others, and harmony of purpose.

When we examine the lives of famous people, we often see how personal values guided them, propelling them to the top of their fields. For example, one actor was motivated by his commitment to social justice, which led to important acting roles related to that value that made him world famous. Whatever one’s values, when we take them to heart and implement them in the smallest details of our lives, great accomplishment and success are sure to follow.

Likewise, we see how political parities and politicians subscribe to certain core values — ranging from helping the poor, easing the burden of the middle class, improving the environment, making government responsive and efficient, engendering loyalty and unity, and so forth.

The key point to keep in mind about values is that implementing them energizes everything concerned with it. For an individual, committing to and applying values releases fresh energies, which always attract success, achievement, and well-being. Likewise, when companies or other institutions adopt values, individuals working at the organization become energized, as do its customers, its products and services, and everyone and everything else associated with that organization.

Life With God

I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. When you hear someone say, “That’s impossible,” your mind should be thinking, “Looks like a job for God!” No matter how busy you are, you can always find time for God. For many are called, but few are chosen. Why…???? Because many don’t want to be responsible and accountable to God… Please help me stand strong as I go through all the trials on this day, I cannot make it with out You because without you I am nothing. Please give me the strength and courage that I need today. I Thank You Dear Lord Jesus with all my heart and soul…

❤ May the Heavenly Father Bless Each and Every One Of You..!! ❤
❤ May He Give You Peace, Tranquillity & Joy Today, ❤
❤ And a Brighter Day Ahead ❤
❤ May He Guide Your Steps in All Things that You do ❤
❤ May the Blessings of the Our Father Instil ❤
❤ A Pure Foundation of Love in You ❤
❤ May He Give You Peace in Your Hearts, ❤

When I fall…………..He catches me.
When I am sad………He holds me.
When I cry…………..He wipes my tears.
When I am broken…..He puts me back together
He is my Savior..!!!
He is my Healer..!!!
He is my Strength..!!!
He is my Life..!!!
He is my For ever friend..!!!
He is my Dear God!!!!

Be thankful for yesterday, because you have wonderful memories to think about…
Be thankful for today, because you are able to wake up to celebrate life…
Be thankful for tomorrow, because you will be able to fulfill your dreams and wishes…
But most of all be thankful to GOD for HE was with you yesterday…
HE is with you today and HE will always be with you tomorrow and forever…

My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the spirit’s power.”

Lots of Love

Sush…

Maha Vishuba Sankranti

Maha Vishuba Sankranti, also known as Mesha Sankranthi and Pana Sankranti, is observed as the Oriya New Year. It is on this day that Sun enters the sign Libra. The Odia community celebrates New year on the occasion.The day marks the beginning of the New Year in the traditional Oriya Solar Calendar. The summer season also commences from this period. In 2012, the date of Maha Vishuba Sankranti is April 14. The Sankranti time is 9:10 PM on April 13, 2012

Maha Vishuba Sankranti is noted for subdued celebrations. The highlight of the day is the preparation of sweet drink called ‘Pana,’ which is made from fruits, milk, curd etc. Cultural programs are organized in some regions including literary meetings.

People visit various temples and offer prayers and special pujas. Maha Vishuba Sankranti also marks the end of temple festivals in some regions of Orissa.

An interesting story of Maha Vishuba Sankranti is associated with Bhishma in the Mahabharata and Jala Visuva Sankranti is the first day of the Baisakh month and is observed as New Year in Orissa. The ritual is also popularly known as Mahavishuba Sankrantiand Pana Sankranti and is on April 14, 2011. The story of Jala Sankranti is associated with Bhishma of the Mahabharata and is mentioned in the Bhavishya Purana.

‘Bhishma after being defeated by Arjuna in the Mahabharata war was lying on a bed of arrows (Shara Sajya). Pandavas and Kauravas had assembled near him and he asked for some water. Arjun then aimed an arrow in the ground and from the crevice created by the arrow appeared Holy River Ganga to thirst the quench of Bhishma.

Out of contentment and compassion Bhishma said that those people who would offer cold water to thirsty people on this day would not only be free from all sins, but also the departed souls of their ancestors as well as the Gods in heaven would be pleased.

In remembrance of this day people in Orissa distribute water and a popular drink called Pana.

The festive mood starts one month before during the Chaitra month as per the Hindu calendar. People in villages organise folk dances and spend whole night to make the auspicious day divine as per their belief.

In some parts of the state, Danda Yatra and Jhamu Yatra are organised for one month in many Devi temples. The period is known as sacred and during the period mother power impacts more. Panna Sankranti is also celebrated at Maa Hingula in Talcher, Maa Tarini in Keonjhar, Maa Manikeswari in Kalahandi, Maa Mangala in Kakatpur and Bhairavi in Berhampur.

The participants in a Danda Nata invoke the blessings of Lord Shiva to get blessed by achild, to fulfil certain ambition, to get rid of sickness, seeking happiness in life, goodharvest or even peace and happiness to all the communities. Coincidentally, the totalnumber of pledge takers in Danda Nata is 13 and the number of days for the festival isalso 13. These vow takers are known as the `Bhoktas`. All the `Bhoktas` lead a very pious life for 21 days of this festival and they avoid eating meat, fish or cohabiting duringthis period.Kamana Ghata carries an importance in Danda Nata. Ghata is the Pitcher, which is full of water, and it holds a very important place in the performance, since it represents the bodyand the water in it represents life. It represents the God invoked and hence worshippedwith strong belief. After the function, the pitcher is again brought to the water of a pondor river with due care and immersed from where it had been brought.A new pitcher is then taken to the pond or a river and water is filled in it, while the musicis played with the accompaniment of drums and blowing of conch shell. This pitcher isfirst worshipped under a banyan tree and then taken out in a procession through thevillage and then kept in a hut (made preferably in front of a Shiva`s temple), known asthe Kamana Ghara. Two pieces of cane-sticks represents `Hara` & `Gouri` and they arekept near the Ghata and are worshipped with the pitcher. A sacred fire is also kept lightedin the hut from which Pata-Bhokta lights up an oil lamp. As they light up the lamp theBhoktas yell with the word “Rushi Putre”. Then resin and myrrh powder is thrown on thelighted oil lamp, which turns a burning up with a flare and the `Bhoktas` yell the words”Kala Rudramani Ho Joy”.The entire group of Danda Nata consisting of the `Bhoktas` and their colleagues go invarious villages in a procession with the band of musicians. There is no specificdeclaration about where they are going to perform “Danda” in a day. Like the `Bhoktas`,some common men also keep a vow in their mind for getting some mercy from LordShiva. Seeing the procession, these vow takers clean up their houses with the help of cow-dung, water, put floor designs with coloured powders and keep a jug full of water.

During Jhamu Ytara, people observing ‘Brata’ walk on thorns and fire. Those who walk on fire are known as ‘Nian Patua’ and those on thorns are called ‘Kanta Patuas’. Some devotees stand on the edge of swords and they are called ‘Khanda Patuas’. Some show their extra-ordinary skills in deep water and they are called ‘Pani Patuas’. These rituals are related to Tantra culture and done seeking the benevolence of divine Goddess Shakti.

The Sankranti is also the New Year (Chitirai Vishu or Puthandu or Varsha Pirapu) for Tamil, (Poila Baisakh) for Bengali and (Rongali Bihu or Bohag Bihu) for Assamese.

“LOVE”

Love is a combination of passion and commitment and positive feelings over all. Think about all that love can apply to: you can love your mate, love your children, lover your pets. You can love your favorite team, love your country, love your religion. You can also love your friends, love a movie, love food, love your job .Over all … love is great! It is a powerful positive motivator when it is a true love!

If You asked me to explain the meaning of  Love “To say ‘I love you‘ one must first know how to say the ‘I.” The meaning of the “I” is an independent, self-sufficient entity that does not exist for the sake of any other person.A person who exists only for the sake of his loved one is not an independent entity.Which is the only way to be in love and the only form of a self-respecting relationship between two people.

Life ends when you stop dreaming, hope ends when you stop believing and love ends when you stop caring. So dream hope and love…Makes Life Beautiful….Time will always fly, but our love will never die. Keep in touch and remeber me.When time comes for u to give ur heart to someone, make sure u select someone who will never break ur heart, cuz broken hearts has never spare parts.if 10 people care 4 u, one of them is me, if 1 person cares 4 u that would be me again, if no 1 cares 4 u that means i m not in this world.I m feeling so happy, do u know why? cuz i m so lucky, do u know how? cuz God loves me.Do u know how? cuz he gave me a gift. Do u know what? its YOU my love.

Mere alfazon ko jhuth na samjhna,
yaad aati ho bahut milne ki dua karna,
jee raha hoon tumhara naam lekar,
mar jau to bewafa na samajhna.

Kaise kahe ki apna bana lo mujhe,
Bahon me apni sama lo mujhe,
Bin tumhare ek pal bhi katta nahi,
Tum aa kar mujhi se chura lo mujhe..

Har raat 1 dhun gungunati hai,
har phool se mehak zarur ati hai,
apke man me beshak hamara khayal tak na ho,
par hame to har waqt aapki yaad aati hai…

Majboor mohabbat jata na sake,
Zakhm khate rahe kisi ko bata na sake..
Chahato ki had tak chaaha use.
Sirf apna Dil nikaal kar use dikha na sake..

Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding, find out what you already know, and you’ll see the way to fly.The reality of the other person is not in what he reveals to you, but in what he cannot reveal to you. Therefore, if you would understand him, listen not to what he says but rather what he does not say.There is nothing in this world that will never happen.Think positively…….It will definitely  be fulfilled

On the other side that doesn’t matters what  you think that matters what you do so keep on doing things on the same way think before doing any thing …. have some patience on doing things think your doing anything for the man kind…… 🙂

If we talk about relationships ….

Has fights.
Has trust.
Has faith.
Has tears.
Has hurt.
Has sweet smiles.
Has genuine laughter.
Has snorts because of the laughter.
Has weird, stupid, unnecessary arguments.
Has patience.
Has communication.
Has secrets.
Has jealousy.
and most importantly it has
♥ Love ♥
So to love is Nothing…..

To be Loved is something…..

To Love and be Loved is every thing

With My Love

Sush……

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