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10 Pictures facts you must know this Sunday

download (17)--all continents1. Each continent on the earth starts and end with same letter
2.The word Queue is the only word pronounced same as first letterimages--Q
3.The earth we live in is the only planet in solar system not named after a God because human live here .images--earth in solar system
4.Elephant is the only mammal on earth which can not jump.019 - Copy
5.More people are killed by bees than by snakes.

download (11)--Honey bee
6.More number of people are allergic to cow milk than other food.
download (3)--cow milk
7.Pure honey is only food which never spoils.Proved from Egypt Pharaoh (3)--pure honey
8.Most of the dust particles on your bed are from dead skin.images--dust of skin
9.The longest flight in time recorded for a chicken is 13 (30)
10.It is impossible to sneeze with open eye .download (17)--sneeze with eye

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What is a Pension

12080274_940444576011966_1079967647307478995_o HSPA pension is a type of retirement plan that provides monthly income in retirement. Not all employers offer pensions. Government organizations usually offer a pension, and some large companies offer them.

With a pension plan, the employer contributes money to the pension plan while you are working. The money will be paid to you, usually as a monthly check in retirement, after you reach a specific retirement age.

A formula determines how much pension income you will receive once you are retired.

The formula a pension uses is based on a combination of the following:

  • Your years of service with the company offering the pension
  • Your age
  • Your compensation

For example, a pension plan might offer a monthly retirement benefit that replaces 50% of your compensation (as measured by taking an average of your pay over your last three years of service) if you retire at age 55 and have at least ten years of service. With that same pension, if you work longer and retire at age 65 and have thirty years of service, the pension might provide a retirement benefit that replaces 85% of your compensation. More years usually means more money.

Pension plans must follow specific rules set out by the Department of Labor. These rules specify how much the company must put away each year into an investment fund in order to be able to provide you a defined pension amount in the future.

Your pension benefits will be subject to a vesting schedule which determines how much you would get depending on how long you have been with the company. For example, you may have to work for the employer a minimum of five years before you would be eligible for to receive a pension. Your company determines in advance what this schedule will be, so check with the human resources person to find out how long you have to work there to get benefits.

(Note: Any money you put in voluntarily is always vested immediately.)

Taxes on Pensions

Most pension benefits are taxable. When you begin taking pension income, you’ll need to determine if you should have taxes withheld from your pension payment. If after-tax money was contributed to the pension, a portion may be tax-free. Sometimes with pensions paid due to disability, a portion of the benefit may be tax-free. These tax-free situations, however, are limited. It is best that you plan on paying taxes on any pension income you will receive.

Can a Pension Plan be Terminated?

If your employer offers a pension, they can decide to terminate it. In such a situation your accrued benefit usually becomes frozen; meaning you will get whatever you’ve earned up to that point, but you cannot accumulate any additional pension income.

In some cases, pension plans were managed poorly and were not able to pay out all of the promised benefits. If the pension plan was a member of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) then in this circumstance, some benefits are protected for pension plan participants.

What if My Employer Doesn’t Offer a Pension?

The advantage of a pension plan is it provides guaranteed income.

 Unfortunately, many companies have stopped offering pension plans. This means the burden of saving for retirement falls on you. You must figure out how to save enough to create your own pension-like income in retirement.

Most pension plans have been replaced by 401(k) plans which offer a variety of investment choices. Most 401(k) plans do not offer a way to invest in something that provides guaranteed income, however, new rules have allowed for something called a qualified longevity annuity contract (QLAC) within 401(k) plans. QLACs can provide guaranteed income to you in retirement. If your company offers this option you can invest in it to create guaranteed income for your retirement.

To create your own future retirement income you’ll need to do several things:

  • Figure out how much to contribute to your 401(k) plan if your company offers one.
  • Contribute the maximum amount to IRA’s each year.
  • Learn about other investment options that provide future sources of guaranteed income.

One other option is to figure out how to get a pension by finding an employer that offers one.

What is a Pension

12080274_940444576011966_1079967647307478995_o HSPPension is    a fixed amount, other than wages, paid at regular intervals to a person or to the person’s surviving dependents in consideration of past services, age,merit, poverty, injury or loss sustained, etc.:

2  A retirement pension.
An allowance, annuity, or subsidy.
3. A boardinghouse or small hotel  4. A room and board.

Sugar power helps to remove plaque blocking in artery

Exposing John to a serious blockage of blood flow to his heart and brain.

White PowderThe harmless-looking white powder you’re looking at could have been a death sentence for John—and a catastrophe for his family.

Just hours ago, it was arterial plaque clogging his circulatory system, restricting blood flow to vital organs and setting the stage for a heart or brain disaster.

Left alone, it had the power to turn John—a living, breathing human being—into a fading memory… a mere statistic: one of the 960,000 Americans who will be killed by a clogged artery this year

But John had a secret weapon…

And now, this once-savage killer is as harmless as a teaspoon of sugar.

John discovered an amino acid so safe that the United States Food and Drug Administration has approved it as an additive to baby food.

Almost immediately, it entered his bloodstream, seeking out, arresting and neutralizing the rogue calcium deposits that had super-glued this plaque to his artery walls.

Then, in an act of supreme irony, the very blood the plaque had once blocked quickly swept it to his kidneys, where it was unceremoniously evicted from John’s body as a component of urine.

And then a miracle occurred for John…

Brain cells that controlled memory were rejuvenated!
Painful joints were soothed!
Eyes, ears, sexual organs returned to normal function!
Arms, hands, legs, feet once cold and numb, now warm!
Skin—once thin—smoothed and regained a youthful glow!
Heart—once in grave danger—was revitalized!

My Free Reportimages (82)-heart beat reveals the four-letter miracle that’s saving John’s life… and could be saving yours

Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

South America

Norte Chico

The enigma of ancient South American development, [cultures evolving to the building of Monumental Structures BEFORE they have even learned to make ceramics – pottery], is wonderfully illustrated by what many now consider the region’s very first civilization, the Norte Chico civilization in the Norte Chico region of coastal central Peru, some even argue that Norte Chico is the oldest civilization in the Americas. The Norte Chico civilization consisted of about thirty major population centers. The oldest center, dating from about 9,210 B.C. only provides some indication of human settlement in the early Archaic era. But by 3,200 B.C, human settlement and communal construction are readily apparent.

The most notable of the Norte Chico cities is Caral in the Supe Valley: Caral excavations were begun in 1994 by Ruth Shady Solís, a Peruvian anthropologist and archeologist. She is also founder and director of the Archeological project Caral.








The ruins of Caral are located in an arid region, but with nearby rivers, some 14 miles from the coast and 120 miles north of Peru’s modern capital city of Lima. Caral was inhabited between 2627 B.C. and 2020 B.C. and its land area was about 150 acres. Caral city was comprised of six pyramids (or platform mounds), two plazas, an amphitheatre, and ordinary houses. The population is estimated to have been about 3,000. The living arrangement seems to have been large, well kept rooms atop the pyramids for the elite, ground-level complexes for craftsmen, and shabbier outlying shantytowns for workers.

The Norte Chico people were apparently very peaceful people, no evidence exists of weapons or defensive fortifications, and no evidence exists of Human sacrifice. In one of the pyramids they uncovered 32 flutes made of condor and pelican bones and 37 cornets made of deer and llama bones, also found was a primitive quipu. It is speculated that the city sustained itself by cotton farming; this was accomplished by building canals to irrigate cotton fields with river water. This cotton was then used to make textiles such as fishing nets, carry bags, and clothing. These textiles where in turn used to trade for seafood from the coast and produce from the interior, the civilization apparently had wide-ranging trade contacts.





The largest pyramid of Caral is Pirámide Mayor; which is 450 ft. By 500 ft. and 60 ft. tall. A 30-foot-wide staircase rises from a sunken circular plaza at the foot of the pyramid, passing over three terraced levels until it reaches the top of the platform. The platform top contains the remains of an atrium and a large fireplace.



Evidence suggests that the pyramids were built by stuffing reed bags filled with stones gathered from hillside quarry’s and riverbanks against a retaining wall. This process was repeated until the mound had reached the desired dimensions and height. Although analysis is not available, the retaining walls appear to be made of random sized stones bonded together with mortar (probably lime and sand). It was the remains of the reed bags that provided the material for radiocarbon dating of the sites, the oldest of these bags, was dated to 2627 B.C.







By 1800 B.C, the Norte Chico civilization began to decline, the circumstances and final time of its decline is unknown. It would be another thousand years before the appearance of the next great Peruvian culture, the Chavín.



The enigma of the Norte Chico civilization is because of what is missing.

There appears to have been no war: Conflict and war are the normal impetuses for congregating in cities so as to have a common defense.

There was no pottery: only gourds (vessels made of the dried shells of Melons, Pumpkins etc.) Mastering pottery making is a normal stage in a culture’s development. Without pottery it is impossible for the people to boil food, everything would have had to be roasted. Improving the taste, variety, and preparation of food, is one of the first things people normally attend to.

There was no art: save for a few gourds painted with a god figure and the flutes. The urge to produce art is another of the things one would expect of a developing culture BEFORE they progressed to the point of making monumental structures.

So it is that all of the in-between accomplishments normally associated with the pristine development of a civilization, are missing with the Norte Chico civilization. Logically it doesn’t make sense, but we also know that Human development always makes sense, something is missing. They also found abundant evidence of drug use that is normally associated with Shamanism.

That last bit of information puts us on the right track: Pyramids, Shamanism: Only one people in the Americas combine those two – The Olmec.


Stepping back, and combining this information with data gleaned from other American civilizations, then looking at the whole world picture:

We realize that Norte Chico is simply the last stop for the ancient East Africans who began their migrations some 50,000 years ago: They went up through Nubia (Sudan) – and they built pyramids, through Egypt – and built pyramids, through Sumer (Iraq) – and built pyramid-like Ziggarats, through Elam (Iran) – and built pyramid-like Ziggarats, through China – and built pyramids, through North America – and built pyramid-like mounds, through Mesoamerica – and built pyramids, until they had completely spanned the globe and taught pyramid building in South America. At each place the routine was the same, they settled and created a new civilization, then over time, some moved on to explore new areas.

To be clear on this: the assertion is not that the Norte Chico were of Olmec stock, just that there was contact and influence. The Olmec themselves would have been far more advanced at this time. The Norte Chico may well have been members of the very first East African migration, some 60-70,000 years ago, (this group did not go north, but rather followed a southern coastal route across the Arabian peninsula). Conventionally, it is believed that these people reached Australia almost 60,000 years ago, and reached the Americas some 50,000 years ago. It has already been firmly established that the first Humans in the Americas, were of this stock. The skeletal remains of a small child were also found at Caral, DNA analysis of these remains should shed light on the exact ethnicity of the Norte Chico. Another aspect of Norte Chico, is that it forces those who date the Olmec at 1,200 B.C. to re-evaluate that ill-advised conclusion. Other evidences of Olmec contact in South America follow.

Note: The fact that Egyptians had ocean-going ships at this time, and the documented existence of an Egyptian ship-wreak in Australia, also at this time, is purposely discounted. Crossing the Pacific, is quite different from reaching Australia. Crossing the Atlantic and then going overland, while possible, seems unlikely, and does not jibe with other aspects. Click here for the story of the Egyptian ship-wreak in Australia. <<Click>>


Those wishing to pursue an understanding of the Human Journey, and Specifics of the ancient East African migrations, which led to Modern Man’s colonization of the entire world; please visit the National Geographic – Genographic Project – Atlas of the Human Journey. Though as one would expect, when it comes to European and Anatolian (Turkey) settlement, it is not only inaccurate, it is downright Racist. But what would you expect?




In South America, it is in Ecuador that we find the first evidence of an actual “Culture” in terms of art forms. Even though Man had been in South American for 50,000 years or more, it is not until the period of 15,000 B.C. through to about 3200 B.C, that we see the first signs of development. It is at about 3200 B.C, that we first see the effects of Olmec culture and technology having filtered south, in that datable pottery, is now known to exist in South America – at Valdivia.

During the initial time, there was a long and steady period of development in the region, and this development coincided with a constant increase in population. Although the great cities and some of the other major cultural activities, that would later develop farther south, were not found in Ecuador, there was nevertheless, a considerable cultural accomplishment there. And from this early beginning grew the Valdivia culture.

The Valdivia

The Valdivia Culture thrived on the coast of Ecuador between 3,500 and 1,800 B.C. This culture was discovered in 1956 by the Ecuadorian archeologist Emilio Estrada. Based on a comparison of archeological remains and pottery styles, Estrada and the American archeologist Betty Meggers suggested that a relationship between the people of Ecuador and the Jomon people of Japan had existed in ancient times, {the original inhabitants of Japan – the Ainu and Jomon – were Not Mongol as are the current inhabitants – they were of the original East African Ancients}.

Estrada and Meggers theorized that these original Japanese had conducted trans-Pacific trade with the Americas. This theory was revolutionary for at that time, no evidence of contact between the two populations had previously been established. There was however, no evidence of continuing contact or on-going trade. Later developments make it clear that the contact was really with the Olmec branch of these ancient migrants, not the Jomon.

The Valdivia lived in communities with homes built in a circle around a central plaza. They were a sedentary people who lived off of farming and fishing, though they occasionally hunted game, such as deer. From remains that have been found, it has been determined that Valdivians cultivated corn, kidney beans, squash, cassava, hot peppers and cotton plants. They used the cotton to make their clothes. Valdivian pottery over time, became large, and intricate, they generally used red and gray colors. Their ceramics and stone works, show a progression from simple to more complicated works.


We now go to Huaca Prieta in the Chicama Valley, on the northern coast of Peru. Here we find monumental ceremonial mounds, built around 2500 B.C. We also find highly skilled cotton weaving at this site, as well as gourds {vessels made of the dried shells of Melons, Pumpkins etc.}, these were carved with stylized geometric motifs. Another Pre-Ceramic site on the northern Peruvian coast is Las Haldas: here pyramids and platform temples were constructed at about 1800 B.C.

“El Paraido” and “Chuquintanta” on the central Peruvian coast, are the region’s largest excavated Pre-Ceramic sites. Here various residential complexes of clay and stone were constructed by building rooms and terraces one on top of another, much the same as in the Pueblo towns of the southwestern United States. Another important Pre-Ceramic site is Kotosh in the northern highlands of Peru. At Kotosh, terraced temples were made of fieldstone set in earth and decorated with clay relief’s of crossed hands.

Here again, they learnt to make monumental structures, before they learned to make pottery, it is a clear indication of outside influence. Two important cultures that would later develop in Peru during the Pre-Classic period, were Chavín de Huántar and Paracas.

The Chavin

The Chavin culture is known for its beautiful art and design, but Chavin was also innovative with metallurgy and textile production. Cloth production was revolutionized during the time of the Chavin. New techniques and materials were developed, including the use of camel hair, textile painting, and the “resist” type painting style, which is similar to modern day tie-dying. Metalworking also developed and the Chavín excelled at making hammered gold ornaments.

The Paracas

South of the Chavín region, another high culture developed around the Paracas Peninsula. This civilization produced a famous thin-walled pottery and some of the most extraordinary textiles in existence. Great woven mantles, ponchos, and small tapestries were created between 1000 and 250 B.C. Human remains found at Chavin show indications of cranial surgery and the odd, but common practice (in Meso and South America), of head shaping for beauty.

The Moche

Just as elements from the Chavín civilization filtered south to influence the Paracas people, so the Paracas people influenced a cultural development in the north, around the Virú, Chicama, and Moche valleys, {about 250 B.C. to 750 A.D.}. The most important of these cultures – is commonly called the Moche – which is a name taken from the excavated site in the Moche river valley. {This place appears to have been the capital or chief city of the Moche people}.

The Moche settlements extended along the hot, arid coast of northern Peru from the Lambayeque River valley, south for more than 215 miles to the Nepeña River valley. There were no towns built in the northern valleys however, here dispersed communities were built in such a way, so as not to waste the valuable irrigated agricultural lands. In these areas Ceremonial centers seem to have served as the social and cultural focal points.

Moche Erotic Art

The Moche also expressed their Erotic side in Pottery. Click here for examples of erotic Moche Pottery >>>

The Moche people developed an art form that includes some of the finest sculpture in the history of pottery. The range of designs makes these objects remarkable not only as art, but also as a record of the civilization from which they came. The extensive number of objects produced, suggests that the civilization was an extremely populous one, in which power and wealth were major goals.

The ascension of the Moche occurred after the gradual demise of the Chavin culture. The demise of Chavin culture ended several centuries of political unification within northern Peru. As the small states of northern Peru began to break away from what had been a unified government, and as the citizens learned to find their own way, each state branched off and began to develop its own artistic style. These evolved into city-states, which were run through a centralized government. As the artistic style of the Moche evolved, and spread throughout northern Peru, it became the standard form of all the states.

Moche architecture featured flat-topped pyramids and ramped platforms with courtyards and plazas. Near Trujillo in the Moche River valley, there still exists two giant structures, known as the Temple of the Sun (Huaca del Sol – a stepped pyramid) and the Temple of the Moon (Huaca de la Luna – a terraced platform with large rooms and courtyards).

Much of what is known about the Moche has been deciphered from complex illustrations, known as fine-line paintings that appear on thousands of ceramic vessels. What these drawings show, appears to be highly stylized ceremonial combat in which warriors fought one-on-one for the purpose of producing a few vanquished prisoners.

These unfortunates were needed to fill a central role in the sacrifice ceremony that followed battle. Drawing after drawing shows how the prisoners were first stripped of clothing and battle equipment, and then, naked and leashed around the neck with a rope, brought back to a ceremonial center. There the prisoners’ throats were cut, their blood consumed by the ceremony participants, and finally their bodies dismembered.

Although a warrior society, the Moche did have a taste for luxury. Moche tombs were filled with some of the most splendid pottery and metalwork of the Central Andean Area. Moche ceramics, are the best known of ancient Peruvian artifacts, and are among the finest ever known. Their portrait-head effigy pots are especially notable for realistically depicting human features and portraying emotion. The reasons for the demise of the Moche are unknown, they may have succumbed to earthquakes, prolonged drought, or catastrophic flooding.

The Moche, like the other Black Empires of the Americas, often exploited or enslaved Mongol type Indians. But in the end it caused the Black Empires downfall, because it caused the Mongol type Indians to join forces with the Albino Europeans to defeat the Inca and Aztec Empires. The Europeans then of course betrayed the Indians, exploited and enslaved them, even murdered them, just as they did the Blacks, though not to the extreme of Genocide as with the Blacks in Europe and the Americas. See the study: “Litigation over the Rights of Natural Lords in Early Colonial Courts in the Andes”.

Dumb Facts of History

  • Lighthouse

    1. In 1960, an estimated 4,000 people were over 100 years old in the U.S. By 1995 the number had jumped to 55,000.

  • 2.The Spanish – American War was started when an American vessel, the Maine, sunk in Havana harbor. Contrary to popular belief, an internal fire that spread to the ammo storage caused the initial explosion, not a sea mine.
  • 3.Rockets were first made by the Chinese more than 750 years ago.
  • 4. In 1921 76 inches of snow fell over Silver Lake, Colorado
    the heaviest snowfall ever recorded.
  • 4. Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made of stone.
  • 5.Nearly 3000 merchant vessels were sunk by U-boats in World War II
  • 6. The 100 years war lasted 116 years.
  • 7. The first minimum wage to be established in America was 25 cents an hour, it was in 1938.
  • 8. In ancient Egypt, Priests plucked EVERY hair from their bodies, including their eyebrows and eyelashes.
  • 9. During Martin Luther’s Reformation, he claimed the Catholic Church to be the anti-christ, and in response, they claimed he was the anti-christ. The common people, assuming one must be the anti-christ, believed that the acopalypse was coming. It never did.
  • 10. In 1980 the yellow pages listed a funeral Home under “frozen foods”.
  • 11. In ancient times strangers shook hands to show that they were unarmed.
  • 12. The first sound recording ever made: “Mary Had a Little Lamb” in 1877.
  • 13. In 1962 an outbreak of contagious laughter in Tanganyika lasted for six months and caused schools to be closed.
  • 14. 3000 years ago, most Egyptians died by the time they were 30.


 The recently discovered bridge currently named as Adam’s Bridge made of chain of shoals, c.18 mi (30 km) long, in the Palk Strait between India and Sri Lanka, reveals a mystery behind it. The bridge’s unique curvature and composition by age reveals that it is man made. The legends as well as Archeological studies reveal that the first signs of human inhabitants in Sri Lanka date back to the a primitive age, about 17,50,000 years ago and the bridge’s age is also almost equivalent.

This information is a crucial aspect for an insight into the mysterious legend called Ramayana, which was supposed to have taken place in tretha yuga (more than 17,00,000 years ago). In this epic, there is a mentioning about a bridge, which was built between Rameshwaram (India) and Srilankan coast under the supervision of a dynamic and invincible figure called Rama who is supposed to be the incarnation of the supreme. This information may not be of much importance to the archeologists who are interested in exploring the origins of man, but it is sure to open the spiritual gates of the people of the world to have come to know an ancient history linked to the Indian mythology.

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

Hare Krishna Centre Leicester - Ramayana Bridge

The City of Raurkela & Brahmani river

images (5)-Panposh railbridgeCNTd_mdUYAY0h8D--Elephant Crossing
Long before Bhubaneswar became a developed city, Rourkela was and still is one of the most organised townships I seen. The elephant also some time comes for annual visit.

  1. We had one way roads, underground drainage system, water harvesting facilities, schools, parks and markets way more organised. Raurkela is still the core educational hub of Odisha and produces the finest of academia.
  2. People in Raurkela are multi cultural and have a mixed ethnicity. So basically you grow up appreciative of all cultures and beliefs and have a much broader mentally than people from rest of the cities.
  3. Rourkela still had the old world charm of playgrounds in every sector and I can’t stress it’s importance after living in cities like Mumbai, Chennai,Bangalore what not.
  4. Peace and quiet. Probably the best you can find after a hard day of work.
  5. Greenery. A common misconception of steel cities not having enough green cover is dispelled the moment you enter Rourkela.
  6. Beautiful surrounding mountains and rivers give something for you family get togethers and innumerable picnic spots. Don’t even get me started on the many parks present in every sector.
  7. RSP job. All time best. After grinding my ass in metros for IT companies, how I wish I had followed my mother’s advice and prepared for SAIL.
  8. Utkal Gopabandhu Library. I am yet to see such a giant public library anywhere in Odisha.
  9. The charm of Old Raurkela.

बेटी और बाप

बेटि और बाप:-

लड़कियों के स्कूल में आने वाली नई टीचर बेहद खूबसूरत और शैक्षणिक तौर पर भी मजबूत थी लेकिन उसने अभी तक शादी नहीं की थी…
सब लड़कियां उसके इर्द-गिर्द जमा हो गईं और मज़ाक करने लगी कि मैडम आपने अभी तक शादी क्यों नहीं की…?
मैडम ने दास्तान कुछ यूं शुरू की- एक महिला की पांच बेटियां थीं, पति ने उसको धमकी दी कि अगर इस बार भी बेटी हुई तो उस बेटी को बाहर किसी सड़क या चौक पर फेंक आऊंगा, ईश्वर की मर्जी वो ही जाने कि छटी बार भी बेटी ही पैदा हुई और पति ने बेटी को उठाया और रात के अंधेरे में शहर के बीचों-बीच चौक पर रख आया, मां पूरी रात उस नन्हीं सी जान के लिए दुआ करती रही और बेटी को ईश्वर के सुपुर्द कर दिया।
दूसरे दिन सुबह पिता जब चौक से गुजरा तो देखा कि कोई बच्ची को नहीं ले गया है, बाप बेटी को वापस घर लाया लेकिन दूसरी रात फिर बेटी को चौक पर रख आया लेकिन रोज़​ यही होता रहा, हर बार पिता बाहर रख आता और जब कोई लेकर नहीं जाता तो मजबूरन वापस उठा लाता, यहां तक कि उसका पिता थक गया और ईश्वर की मर्जी पर राज़ी हो गया। 
फिर ईश्वर ने कुछ ऐसा किया कि एक साल बाद मां फिर पेट से हो गई और इस बार उनको बेटा हुआ, लेकिन कुछ ही दिन बाद बेटियों में से एक की मौत हो गई, यहां तक कि माँ पांच बार पेट से हुई और पांच बेटे हुए लेकिन हर बार उसकी बेटियों में से एक इस दुनियां से चली जाती ।
सिर्फ एक ही बेटी ज़िंदा बची और वो वही बेटी थी जिससे बाप जान छुड़ाना चाह रहा था, मां भी इस दुनियां से चली गई इधर पांच बेटे और एक बेटी सब बड़े हो गए।
टीचर ने कहा- पता है वो बेटी जो ज़िंदा रही कौन है ? “वो मैं हूं” और मैंने अभी तक शादी इसलिए नहीं की, कि मेरे पिता इतने बूढ़े हो गए हैं कि अपने हाथ से खाना भी नहीं खा सकते और कोई दूसरा नहीं जो उनकी सेवा करें। बस मैं ही उनकी खिदमत किया करती हूं और वो पांच बेटे कभी-कभी आकर पिता का हालचाल पूछ जाते हैं ।
पिता हमेशा शर्मिंदगी के साथ रो-रो कर मुझ से कहा करते हैं, मेरी प्यारी बेटी जो कुछ मैंने बचपन में तेरे साथ किया उसके लिए मुझे माफ करना।
मैंने कहीं बेटी की बाप से मुहब्बत के बारे मैं एक प्यारा सा किस्सा पढ़ा था कि एक पिता बेटे के साथ फुटबॉल खेल रहा था और बेटे का हौंसला बढ़ाने के लिए जान बूझ कर हार रहा था। दूर बैठी बेटी बाप की हार बर्दाश्त ना कर सकी और बाप के साथ लिपट के रोते हुए बोली बाबा आप मेरे साथ खेलें, ताकि मैं आपकी जीत के लिए हार सकूँ ।
सच ही कहा जाता है कि बेटी तो बाप के लिए रहमत है ।

To achieve your dreams, remember your ABC’s

-42 comandment of Ancient Egypt

  • Avoid negative sources, people, places, things and habits.

  • Believe in yourself

  • Consider things from every angle

  • Don’t give up and don’t give in

  • Enjoy life today, yesterday is gone

  • Family and friends are hidden treasures, seek them out and enjoy their riches

  • Give more than you planned to

  • Hang on to your dreams

  • Ignore those who try to discourage you

  • Just do it

  • Keep doing no matter how hard it seems, it will get easier

  • Love yourself first and most

  • Make it happen

  • Never lie, cheat or steal, always strike a fair deal

  • Open your eyes and see things as they really are

  • Practice makes perfect

  • Quitters never win and winners never quit

  • Read, study and learn about everything important in your life

  • Stop procrastinating

  • Take control of your own destiny

  • Understand yourself in order to better understand others

  • Visualize it

  • Want it more than anything

  • Xcellerate your efforts

  • You are unique of all God’s creations, nothing can replace you

  • Zero in on your target and go for it!

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