1. Each continent on the earth starts and end with same letter
2.The word Queue is the only word pronounced same as first letter
3.The earth we live in is the only planet in solar system not named after a God because human live here .
4.Elephant is the only mammal on earth which can not jump.
5.More people are killed by bees than by snakes.
6.More number of people are allergic to cow milk than other food.
7.Pure honey is only food which never spoils.Proved from Egypt Pharaoh tomb.
8.Most of the dust particles on your bed are from dead skin.
9.The longest flight in time recorded for a chicken is 13 seconds.
10.It is impossible to sneeze with open eye .
1. THE AVERAGE HUMAN LIFE IS RELATIVELY SHORT
We know deep down that life is short, and that death will happen to all of us eventually, and yet we are infinitely surprised when it happens to someone we know. It’s like walking up a flight of stairs with a distracted mind, and misjudging the final step. You expected there to be one more stair than there is, and so you find yourself off balance for a moment, before your mind shifts back to the present moment and how the world really is.
LIVE your life TODAY! Don’t ignore death, but don’t be afraid of it either. Be afraid of a life you never lived because you were too afraid to take action. Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside you while you’re still alive. Be bold. Be courageous. Be scared to death, and then take the next step anyway.
2. YOU LIVE THE LIFE YOU CREATE FOR YOURSELF
Your life is yours alone. Others can try to persuade you, but they can’t decide for you. They can walk with you, but not in your shoes. So make sure the path you decide to walk aligns with your own intuition and desires, and don’t be scared to switch paths or pave a new one when it makes sense.
Remember, it’s always better to be at the bottom of the ladder you want to climb than the top of the one you don’t. Be productive and patient. And realize that patience is not about waiting, but the ability to keep a good attitude while working hard for what you believe in. This is your life, and it is made up entirely of your choices. May your actions speak louder than your words. May your life preach louder than your lips. May your success be your noise in the end.
And if life only teaches you one thing, let it be that taking a passionate leap is always worth it. Even if you have no idea where you’re going to land, be brave enough to step up to the edge of the unknown, and listen to your heart.
3. BEING BUSY DOES NOT MEAN BEING PRODUCTIVE
Busyness isn’t a virtue, nor is it something to respect. Though we all have seasons of crazy schedules, very few of us have a legitimate need to be busy ALL the time. We simply don’t know how to live within our means, prioritize properly, and say no when we should.
Being busy rarely equates to productivity these days. Just take a quick look around. Busy people outnumber productive people by a wide margin. Busy people are rushing all over the place, and running late half of the time. They’re heading to work, conferences, meetings, social engagements, etc. They barely have enough free time for family get-togethers and they rarely get enough sleep. Yet, emails are shooting out of their smart phones like machine gun bullets, and their day planners are jammed to the brim with obligations. Their busy schedule gives them an elevated sense of importance. But it’s all an illusion. They’re like hamsters running on a wheel.
Though being busy can make us feel more alive than anything else for a moment, the sensation is not sustainable long term. We will inevitably, whether tomorrow or on our deathbed, come to wish that we spent less time in the buzz of busyness and more time actually living a purposeful life in the present. (Read The Power of Now.)
4. SOME KIND OF FAILURE ALWAYS OCCURS BEFORE SUCCESS
Most mistakes are unavoidable. Learn to forgive yourself. It’s not a problem to make them. It’s only a problem if you never learn from them.
If you’re too afraid of failure, you can’t possibly do what needs to be done to be successful. The solution to this problem is making friends with failure. You want to know the difference between a master and a beginner? The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried. Behind every great piece of art is a thousand failed attempts to make it, but these attempts are simply never shown to us.
Bottom line: Just because it’s not happening now, doesn’t mean it never will. Sometimes things have to go very wrong before they can be right. (Read The Success Principles.)
5. THINKING AND DOING ARE TWO VERY DIFFERENT THINGS
Success never comes to look for you while you wait around thinking about it.
You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do. Knowledge is basically useless without action. Good things don’t come to those who wait; they come to those who work on meaningful goals. Ask yourself what’s really important and then have the courage to build your life around your answer.
And remember, if you wait until you feel 100% ready to begin, you’ll likely be waiting the rest of your life.
6. YOU DON’T HAVE TO WAIT FOR AN APOLOGY TO FORGIVE
Life gets much easier when you learn to accept all the apologies you never got. The key is to be thankful for every experience – positive or negative. It’s taking a step back and saying, “Thank you for the lesson.” It’s realizing that grudges from the past are a perfect waste of today’s happiness, and that holding one is like letting unwanted company live rent free in your head.
Forgiveness is a promise – one you want to keep. When you forgive someone you are making a promise not to hold the unchangeable past against your present self. It has nothing to do with freeing a criminal of his or her crime, and everything to do with freeing yourself of the burden of being an eternal victim.
7. SOME PEOPLE ARE SIMPLY THE WRONG MATCH FOR YOU
You will only ever be as great as the people you surround yourself with, so be brave enough to let go of those who keep bringing you down. You shouldn’t force connections with people who constantly make you feel less than amazing.
If someone makes you feel uncomfortable and insecure every time you’re with them, for whatever reason, they’re probably not close friend material. If they make you feel like you can’t be yourself, or if they make you “less than” in any way, don’t pursue a connection with them. If you feel emotionally drained after hanging out with them or get a small hit of anxiety when you are reminded of them, listen to your intuition. There are so many “right people” for you, who energize you and inspire you to be your best self. It makes no sense to force it with people who are the wrong match for you.
8. IT’S NOT OTHER PEOPLE’S JOB TO LOVE YOU; IT’S YOURS
It’s important to be nice to others, but it’s even more important to be nice to yourself. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world. So make sure you don’t start seeing yourself through the eyes of those who don’t value you. Know your worth, even if they don’t.
Today, let someone love you just the way you are – as flawed as you might be, as unattractive as you sometimes feel, and as incomplete as you think you are. Yes, let someone love you despite all of this, and let that someone be YOU. (Read Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It.)
9. WHAT YOU OWN IS NOT WHO YOU ARE
Stuff really is just stuff, and it has absolutely no bearing on who you are as a person. Most of us can make do with much less than we think we need. That’s a valuable reminder, especially in a hugely consumer-driven culture that focuses more on material things than meaningful connections and experiences.
As Terence Mckenna stated “You have to create your own culture. Don’t watch too much TV, don’t read every fashion magazine, and don’t read too many newspapers. Find the strength to fill your time with meaningful experiences. The space and time you are occupying at this very moment is LIFE, and if you’re worrying about Kim Kardashian or Miley Cyrus (most obvious examples) or some other famous face, then you are disempowered. You’re giving your life away to marketing and media trickery, which is created by big companies to ultimately motivate you to want to dress a certain way, look a certain way, and be a certain way. This is tragic, this kind of thinking. What is real is YOU and your friends and your family, your loves, your highs, your hopes, your plans, your fears, etc.
Too often we’re told that we’re not important, we’re just peripheral to what is. “Get a degree, get a job, get a car, get a house, and keep on getting.” And it’s sad, because someday you’ll wake up and realize you’ve been tricked. And all you’ll want then is to reclaim your mind by getting it out of the hands of manipulative media that wants to turn you into the perfect consumer that buys everything that isn’t needed to impress everyone that isn’t important. It’s a hamster wheel, think about it.”
10. EVERYTHING CHANGES, EVERY SECOND
Embrace change and realize it happens for a reason. It won’t always be obvious at first, but in the end it will be worth it
- Aerva lanta
- Azima tectiacantha
- Allophylus seratus
- APPA – Local drug
- AFRICAN MALLI
- Astonia venenata – ornamental plant
- Ardisia solanacea
- Aglaia elaeagnoidea
- Amheraslia nobilis
- Agyria speciosa
- Arthocarpus hirsutus
- Alpina calcarata
- Bixa orellana
- Bauhnia scandens
- Belamcanda chinensis
- Bauhinia purpurea
- Biophytum sensitivum
- Cyathula prosterata
- Custus speciosus
- Clerodendrum serratum
- Cayratia carnosa
- Cymbopogon flexuosus
- Clerodendrum inerme
- Cyclea peltata
- Canthium parviflorum
- Coleus amboinicus
- Clerodendrum viscusum
- Cardiospermum halicacabum
- Curculigo orchioides
- Coleus vettiveroies
- Caesalpinia sappan
- Desmodium gangeticum
- Dillenia pentagyna
- DANTI PALLA – Local drug
- Desmodium gyrans
- Euphorbia nerifolia
- Euphorbia tirucalli
- Evodia roxburghiana
- Evolvulus alsinoides
- Euphorbia hirta
- Emilia sonchifolia
- EALU POTTI- Local drug
- Ficus retusa
- Flacourtia jangomas
- Glycosmis arborea
- Gmelina arborea
- Geophila reniformis
- Gymnema sylvestre
- Hugonia mistax
- Holarrhea antidysenterica
- Hydnocarpus laurifolia
- Hemidesmus indicus
- Holostemma annulare
- Ixora coccinea
- Ipomea reniformis
- Inula helenium
- Inula racemosa
- Ipomea sepiaria
- Justicia gendarussa
- Kaepferia rotunda
- Kaempferia galanga
- KATU KADUK – Local drug
- Limonia acidissima
- Lawsonia inermis
- MURI MARUNN – Local drug
- Myxopyrum seratulam
- Monochoria vaginalis
- Mismusops elengi
- Murraya koenigii
- Mussaenda frondosa
- MURIKUDI PACCHA – Local drug
- Naraveliya zylanica
- Naergamina alata
- Nervilia aragoana
- Nystanthes arbor-tristis (before flowering)
- Nicotiana tabacum
- Ophiorriza mungos
- Orthosphon stamineus
- Ocimum tenniflorum
- Ocimum Keli
- Piperbra chystachyum
- Pippali wild
- Punica granatum
- Pavetta grassicaulis
- Pogamia glabra
- Pterocarpus marsupium
- Piper betle
- Pterocarpus santalinus
- Psidium guajava
- Raphidophurala cinata
- Rhina canthics
- RAMA TULASI
- RAKTA CHANDAN
- Rhinacanthus nasutus
- RAMÃ PHALAM
- Spilanthes calva
- Spondias mangifera
- Strobilanthes ciliatus
- Solanum torum
- Saraca indica
- Samedera indica
- Salix terasperma
- Stereospermum colais
- Sida spinosa
- Scoparia dulsis
- Tabernamontana divaricata
- Thylophora astamatica
I want to share with you the technology of how do you learn and build new capabilities fast. Of all the contributions that John Grinder has made, I think this is the most important.
If you actually mirror someone like matching their sitting or standing positions you seem to connect to that person more. There’s more to it, it’s not like sitting like that but it’s like becoming them. Also, to feel what they are feeling. Now, where it comes from?
From the concept called Mirror Neuron.
So, you have heard the stories of monkeys, you throw a banana and then monkeys throw the banana too. One monkey throws a banana another monkey throws a banana. You take a hat and drop it and the monkeys do the same. The reason it happens is because monkeys have what are called mirror neuron. There are these neurological connections in the brain that replicates what they see with their eyes on the outside. So, when they see someone doing something, they do the same. Now, what they found out was that humans also have mirror neuron. About ten years ago they found out that we have a way advanced system of mirror neuron than any animal. And I said, “Obviously, We are the evolved species, aren’t we?”
The purpose of Mirror Neurons is to learn new things. That is how we learn to walk, that is how we learn to talk. See, in the hierarchy of evolution like some animals they are born knowing how to walk. A cow gives birth to a calf and the calf doesn’t need to learn to walk. It can just walk. What happens when a chickling is hatched, it associates it’s identity with that living creature which it sees first. Most of the time, it’s the mother but the selection criteria is the first living creature it sees. As soon as it sees and associates with that living creature typically the mother, the chick would do anything that the mother is doing. It is neurologically wired to repeat.
Now, with humans the extraordinary gift that we have is we can shift disassociation on demand, which means I not only have to learn only from my mother and father and relatives but I can continue to Unconsciously Assimilate to what is going on from everybody around me. So, the mirror neurons allow me to do something which I don’t know I have to do. I don’t know to do this particular thing to maintain balance.
For example, with children when they learn to walk, the most important development in their walking skill is when they learn to lift their head up and as simple as that might look, it is a very complex thing because the first time the child is learning how to keep his own head in a way it is not fighting with the gravity. So, the child can keep his head up and crawl for hours and it wont pain and that is the most important thing if you want to walk. We take that for granted but you actually learnt that when you were crawling.
Now, the child doesn’t know that it has to learn to lift the head up but its mirror neurons are active, they are trying to replicate everything the adult is doing. The first thing they have their muscles develop is around the neck but then they start mirroring everything the adult is doing. There are more than one million calculations and more than ten thousand muscles that have to synchronise for you to be able to stand. Just stand. Standing is a dynamic equilibrium. You’re not just standing, you’re actually slightly falling off balance and then gaining balance.
So, the mirror neuron are designed to help you to learn fast. Moreover, to help you pick up things that you don’t even know you need to pick. As a child, there are no emotions that could limit you from doing that. You don’t go and say that is not me.
In fact the doctor once told me, her name is Meera, she once told me that she heard this from a neurologist that the way the mirror neuron work is as soon as you see someone smile, the mirror neurons in your brain sends you the signal to move the exact same set of muscles to smile. And as soon as that happens, there is a second set of instructions that goes from your brain that says that’ “Hey, That’s the other person smiling, not you. Cancel that out.” The difference between these two is micro seconds.
So, the mirror neurons are always active. But there is a choice mechanism going on between who you want to mirror and who you don’t want to mirror. Most of the time, it is an unconscious process. Most of the times people have the wrong combination. They mirror things, like depression from people and stop mirroring things like happiness or stuff like that.
TAKING BACK CONTROL, TAKING BACK CHOICE IN YOUR HANDS AS TO WHAT TO MIRROR AND WHAT NOT TO MIRROR.
So, one of the things that John & Richard found out was mirroring is not only about learning fast, when you mirror someone they feel understood, they feel as if you know them very well, because what’s going on is when you mirror them physically you are also mirroring how they think.
You know the old thought that the body and the mind are connected, so you change the way to breathe, you change your posture, your thoughts change. The same thing happens when you mirror. When you’re mirroring someone you’re not only changing the physiology, you are also accepting the way that person is thinking.
“MIRRORING IS A TOOL TO BECOME THE OTHER PERSON AND THEREBY THE PERSON SEEMS TO LIKE YOU A LOT.”
For example, if you stay in a group of highly devoted & intellectual people help you to develop similar skills because of your mirror neurons. So, in order to boost your growth and development in any field , you should develop the skills and also take back the control & choice in your life which in turn will help you to figure out what to mirror and what not to mirror.
Along with the formal training, if you want to rapidly develop the skills of a fine guitarist or a singer , you can go to his/her concert , you can watch his/her videos on youtube.com and do similar exercises to gain the same skills as that of the guitarist or the singer. Similarly , if you want to become like any person or you want to engage yourself in the work that specific person is , mirror them and develop the same capabilities faster.
What value it will add to your life ?
A few years down the line , you will probably notice yourself having the capabilities you always wanted to build in yourself which were consuming ample amount of time. You’ll end up being a person you always wished of becoming by overcoming the factors of time constraints and by gaining a control over your mirror neurons.
You are not only going to develop skills faster that you want to, but you will also uplift the way you use to communicate. As a result , it will change the way people feel about you. As when we mirror someone , they feel understood, they feel as if your know them very well. When you mirror them physically you also know what they think. So, accordingly, we can mould the conversation in a favourable face with them.
Imagine what a society would be when people don’t feel inferior about themselves and they aren’t jealous of others. Yes, right now you are thinking about a realistic future which empowers the role played by mirror neuron!
You’ll stand above your peers and you’ll take the lead in your team by mastering the skills of mirroring effectively. Consequently, by learning faster you can improve yourself as a person. Moreover, you can create a positive impact on your surroundings with the people you communicate. Consequentially, you will be empowered to make the world full of favourable differences in you.
Stories are told according to the needs of the audience. Thus, there may be variations in the stories. Moreover, history is not linear but cyclic. This is difficult for the modern mind to grasp. There have been many Sukas, just as there have been many Vyasas. So do not get confused by the identity of names. Two stories can be about two different Sukas, from two different cycles.
Try to understand the essence of the philosophy and do not get lost in the stories. These stories are not given just for their own sake, they are there to explain Vedic philosophy. Like when you are teaching the alphabet to a child, you make a picture of an apple and write a big “A” next to it. The intent is to teach “A”, which has nothing to do with the apple, except that it helps in teaching “A”.
Whether Sukadeva Gosvami really existed or not, and whether he was a parrot or a human, is not so important. The point is to grasp what is being explained, e.g. dharmah projjhita-kaitavah (to reject all materially motivated or cheating religion), and stories are a great means of preserving the teaching. They are also good entertainment, for example on parikrama. But we must make a distinction between stories of Krsna and of other personalities. Stories of Krsna and His devotees have spiritual value apart from the message behind them. These stories purify the heart even if one does not understand the message conveyed in them.
So for example, pure bhakti can’t be performed unless one becomes free from the propensity to cheat. Among various types of cheating, one of the worst is the desire for liberation. Unless one becomes completely free from the desire for liberation, one will not perform pure bhakti, because mukti and bhakti are absolutely antagonistic to each other. One who wants to attain mukti has no interest in bhakti. Inherently, the desire for mukti means, “The world is a place of misery, it is not even real. I will renounce everything. Let the whole world burn to ashes, I don’t care.” Such a person is interested only in his own selfish desire to be free from suffering and nothing else. The desire to serve anyone, even God, cannot take hold in such a mind, thus this conception has to be completely uprooted from a person’s heart before love of God can be achieved.
The story of Sukadeva Gosvami is given specifically to make this point. Sukadeva was self-realized from his very birth, nobody could ever be more realized than he was. He was so absorbed in Brahman that he did not even know the difference between male and female. But later, the same person heard a few verses from the Bhagavatam describing the beauty and compassion of Krsna, and he became mesmerized by these verses. Sukadeva—who was so renounced that he left home just after birth, not even caring that his father was piteously calling after him to please come back—returned home to study the Bhagavatam from that same father. He, who would not stay in one place for more than a few minutes, lived at his father’s ashram and studied the whole Bhagavatam encompassing twelve Cantos. This means bhakti is superior to mukti. Mukti is so unattractive in comparison to bhakti that even such a great, highly renounced person, renounced mukti itself to achieve bhakti. When Sukadeva Gosvami became a devotee, he even renounced vairagya, renunciation. What can be higher renunciation than that? Who will renounce such a position? And then he became a follower of bhakti-marga, the devotional path. That is the import of the story of Sukadeva in the Bhagavatam. Vyasa cleverly refutes Advaitavada and establishes bhakti as supreme by telling the story of Suka at the very beginning of Bhagabata purana
ଜନମ ନିଆଁକୁ ଏନ୍ତୁଡି ନିଆଁ
ମରଣ ନିଆଁକୁ ଯୂଇର ନିଆଁ
ନିଆଁ ଜନମରେ ଜୀବନ ଆରମ୍ଭ
ନିଆଁ ମୃତ୍ୟୁରେ ଜୀବନ ଶେଷ
ଜୀବନ ଜୀବିକା ପାଇଁ ଦରକାର ନିଆଁ
ଜଳେନି ଚୁଲି ନ ହେଲେ ଟିକେ ନିଆଁ
ପେଟ ପାଇଁ ସବୁ ନାଟ ଏଠି
ଟେକ ପାଇଁ ଜଳେ ନିଆଁ ସବୁଠି
ଧ୍ୱଂସର ତାଣ୍ଡବ ଲୀଳାରେ ନିଆଁ
ନୂତନ ଉତ୍ପତିରେ ମଧ୍ୟ ଜଳେ ନିଆଁ
ନିଆଁର ବ୍ୟବହାରରେ ମନ ଉତଫୁଲିତ ଯେତିକି
ନିଆଁର ତାଣ୍ଡବ ଲୀଳାରେ ଜୀବନ ମ୍ରିୟମାଣ ସେତିକି
ସାବଧାନ, ଆଦର କରିବ ଯତନେ
କେବେ ନ ପଡିବ ବିପଦେ।
ଦୁଷ୍ଟ ବୁଦ୍ଧି ନ ଆଣିବ ମନରେ
ଆସି ବେନି କେହି ଉଦ୍ଧାରି
ମନେ ସ୍ମରୁ ଥିବ ତାଙ୍କୁଇ।
1. /The Great Law: “As you sow, so shall you reap.”
The simple explanation of the Great Law is: our thought and actions have consequences – good or bad. If we desire peace, love, harmony, prosperity, etc. we must be willing to act accordingly.
This is also known as the “Law of Cause and Effect.” Also, energy (thought, action) that we put into the world has a consequence, immediate or not.
- The Law of Creation: “What we desire comes through participation.”
The life we see around us was created by a person’s intentions. As we are one with the Universe, our intentions determine the evolution of creation. Since what we surround ourselves with becomes part of us, it’s our responsibility to ensure these surroundings are conducive to our desires.
- The Law of Humility: “Refusal to accept what is will still be what is.”
Acceptance is a near-universal virtue in many belief systems. Simply put, we must first accept the present circumstances in order to change them.
In focusing on the negative instead of making changes to address the negative, we’re committing to a zero-sum result.
- The Law of Growth: “Our own growth is above any circumstance.”
The only thing we have control over is ourselves. The subsequent action (or inaction) of motive will yield either positive or negative circumstances in our lives.
True change only occurs if we make the commitment to change what is in our heart.
- The Law of Responsibility: “Our lives are of our own doing, nothing else.”
When there is turbulence in one’s own life, there is often turbulence internally. If we’re to change our life, we must change our frame of mind and surroundings.
- The Law of Connection: “Everything in the Universe is connected, both large and small.”
Our past, present and future are all connected. As such, we must put in the work to change these connections if we desire something different.
No step – first, intermediate or last – is more important in the accomplishment of a task. All are required.
- The Law of Focus: “One cannot direct attention beyond a single task.”
Relating to our spiritual growth, we cannot have negative thoughts or actions and expect to grow spiritually. We must direct full attention to achieve any desired task.
- The Law of Hospitality and Giving: “Demonstrating our selflessness shows true intentions.”
Put simply: what we claim to believe must manifest into our actions. Selflessness is a virtue only if we’re accommodating something other than ourselves.
Without a selfless nature, true spiritual growth is nearly impossible.
- The Law of Change: “History repeats itself unless changed.”
Conscious commitment to change is the only method of influencing the past. History will continue along an unconstructive path until positive energies direct it elsewhere.
- The Law of Here and Now: “The Present is all we have.”
Looking back regretfully and forward pointlessly robs oneself of a present opportunity. Old thoughts and patterns of behavior negate the present chance to advance ourselves.
- The Law of Patience and Reward: “Nothing of value is created without a patient mindset.”
Toiling away cannot be circumvented through wishful thinking. Our rewards are claimed only through patience and persistence, nothing else.
Rewards are not the end-result. True, lasting joy comes from the knowledge of doing what’s necessary in the rightful anticipation of a reward that is well-earned.
- The Law of Significance and Inspiration: “The best reward is one that contributes to the Whole.”
The end result is of little value if it leaves little or nothing behind
During WW 2 a light vehicle with 4 wheel drive was required Willis in US and
Ford in England Ford manufactured 2 General Purpose 4 wheel drive heavy duty Vehicle;
It was used for Govt Purpose also for civil defense. Later on this Vehicle was used in all branches of military
The American devised a slurred language JEEP from GP or GEEP to JEEP . ,
विजयी विश्व तिरंगा प्यारा,झंडा ऊँचा रहे हमारा। सदा शक्ति बरसाने वाला,प्रेम सुधा सरसाने वाला वीरों को हरषाने वाला, मातृभूमि का तन-मन सारा,झंडा ऊँचा रहे हमारा। स्वतंत्रता के भीषण रण में, लखकर जोश बढ़े क्षण-क्षण में, काँपे शत्रु देखकर मन में, मिट जावे भय संकट सारा, झंडा ऊँचा रहे हमारा। इस झंडे के नीचे निर्भय, हो स्वराज जनता का निश्चय, बोलो भारत माता की जय, स्वतंत्रता ही ध्येय हमारा, झंडा ऊँचा रहे हमारा। आओ प्यारे वीरों आओ, देश-जाति पर बलि-बलि जाओ, एक साथ सब मिलकर गाओ, प्यारा भारत देश हमारा, झंडा ऊँचा रहे हमारा। इसकी शान न जाने पावे, चाहे जान भले ही जावे, विश्व-विजय करके दिखलावे, तब होवे प्शं