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{September 28, 2009}   jhoot aur jhootay

main kiun jhoot boloon gi?

tum ne mujhe jhoota samjha

kiun k tumhain jhoot ki aadat thhi

mujhe tou jhoot ki samajh bhi nahin thhi

main tou thhi hi maasoomiyat ki shakal

mujhe jhoot ki samajh hi nahin thhi

aur tum ne hamesha mujhe jhoota samjha

kiun k tumhain jhoot ki aadat thhi



Some people think so much of themselves, they hardly leave any room for others to think (much) of them.



Kamiyan hum sab main hoti hain: kuch logon ki kamiyan dikhaiyee detee hain; kuch logon ki kamiyan un k saath waqt aur zindagi guzarne pe ubhar k saamne aati hain. Isi liye koi kisi ki physical disability/shortcoming/any other unfavourable aspect (like color or hieght etc) ko dekh k kuch judge karay – yeh uss ki khud ki bad-qismati hui.



{September 18, 2009}   glass-breaking not unlucky

“sheesha tootne se tou itte saare sheeshay ban gayay, tou khwaab tootne se bhi itte saare aur khwaab banaingay”

I usually get really pissed at the crap that these omnipresent star plus dramas show, but there are a few cases where i feel that what they’re trying to do is good.

People have so many superstitions: they consider breaking of glass (a glass, a mirror etc) to be unfortunate – a sign of something being negative or a prediction of something unfortunate in the near future, or related to the task at hand. But this one drama showed in one of its episode that when people got upset at such an incident, the rest of the family says it’s all crap. And there’s this mentally slow member of the family, who says the words i’ve put in qoutes above.

(Of course, later on they went on to show that something bad indeed happens, but I’d like to take the good from it 🙂 )



{September 13, 2009}  

An entrepreneur is someone who will work 18 hours a day to avoid having to work 8 hours a day for someone else.



{September 13, 2009}  

Did you enjoy yourself?

I had to, there was nothing else to enjoy.



{September 13, 2009}   secrets of success
I took this from Unilever’s wall :p
Master your mind.
Follow your purpose.
Practice Kaizen (continuous improvement).
Live with discipline.
Respect your time.
Selflessly serve others.
Ebrace the present.


et cetera
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