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Sunday 24 February 2008

Nice mng!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a wonderful start of week ahead!!!


Facts to know!!!
*A study indicates that smokers are likely to die on average six and a half years earlier than non-smokers.
**A yawn usually lasts for approximately six seconds.
***About twenty-five percent of the population sneeze when they are exposed to light.
****Approximately 1-2 calorie are burned a minute while watching T.V.
*****Between 12%-15% of the population is left-handed.
******Brain damage will only occur if a fever goes above 107.6 degrees farenheit.
Luv,
Viji.
"Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are."
-Marianne Williamson

Thursday 21 February 2008

Sweet mn!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a great day ahead and excellent week end!!

Simple music can make u sing,

Simple hug can make u feel better ;

Simple things can make u happy.

Hope my simple Hi ...

will make u smile .

" Good Morning "

small words GREAT thought!!!

Death was walking toward a city one morning and a man asked, "What are you going to do?" “I’m going to take 100 people." Death replied.
"That's horrible" the man said. "That's the way it is." Death said. "That's what I do."

The man hurried to warn everyone he could about Death's plan. As evening fell, he met Death again. "You told me you were going to take 100 people," the man said, "Why did 1,000 die?" "I kept my word" Death responded. "I only took 100 people. Worry took the other...."

Worry is, and always will be, a fatal disease of the heart, for its beginning signals the end of faith. Worry intrudes on God's compassionate ability to provide. When we allow our problems to overshadow God's promises, we unknowingly, doom ourselves to defeat. That was never part of God's eternal plans. Release the regrets of yesterday, refuse the fears of tomorrow and receive instead, the peace of today.

If you're going to pray, don't worry ... and if you're gonna worry, why pray?

Luv,
Viji.
"Do Something,
If It Works,
Do More Of It
If It Doesn't,
Do Something Else."

Wednesday 13 February 2008

Lovely mn!!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a lovely day ahead!!!


Simple Gesture of LOVE!!! - Worth a Thought!!!
A little boy selling magazines for school walked up to a house that people rarely visited. The house was very old and run down and the owner hardly ever came out. When he did come out he would not say hello to neighbors or passers by but simply just glare at them. The boy knocked on the door and waited, sweating from fear of the old man. The boy's parents told him to stay away from the house, a lot of the other neighborhood children were told the same from their parents.
As he was ready to walk away, the door slowly opened. “What do you want?" the old man said. The little boy was very afraid but he had a quota to meet for school with selling the magazines. "Uh, sir, I uh am selling these magazines and uh I was wondering if you would like to buy one." The old man just stared at the boy. The boy could see inside the old man's house and saw that he had dog figurines on the fireplace mantle. "Do you collect dogs?" the little boy asked. "Yes, I have many collectibles in my house, they are my family here, and they are all I have." The boy then felt sorry for the man, as it seemed that he was a very lonely soul. "Well, I do have a magazine here for collectors, it is perfect for you, I also have one about dogs since you like dogs so much." The old man was ready to close the door on the boy and said, "No boy, I don't need any magazines of any kind, now goodbye."
The little boy was sad that he was not going to make his quota with the sale. He was also sad for the old man being so alone in the big house that he owned. The boy went home and then had an idea. He had a little dog figure that he got some years ago from an aunt. The figurine did not mean nearly as much to him since he had a real live dog and a large family. The boy headed back down to the old man's house with the figurine. He knocked on the door again and this time the old man came right to the door. "Boy, I thought I told you no magazines."
"No, sir I know that, I wanted to bring you a gift." The boy handed him the figurine and the old man's face lit up. "It is a Golden Retriever, I have one at home, and this one is for you." The old man was simply stunned; no one had ever given him such a gift and shown him so much kindness. "Boy, you have a big heart, why are you doing this?" The boy smiled at the man and said, "Because you like dogs."
From that day on the old man started coming out of the house and acknowledging people. He and the boy became friends; the boy even brought his dog to see the man weekly.
This simple gesture changed both of their lives forever.
Valentines day wishes to all my friends!!!!
Luv,
Vg.
"Is it possible for the rose to say, 'I will give my fragrance to the good people who smell me, but I will withhold it from the bad?'
Or is it possible for the lamp to say, 'I will give my light to the good people in this room, but I will withhold it from the evil people'?
Or can a tree say, 'I'll give my shade to the good people who rest under me, but I will withhold it from the bad'?
These are images of what love is about."
-Anthony De Mello, 1931-1987

Tuesday 12 February 2008

Great mn!!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a great day ahead!!!



small words BIG thought!!!

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR VISION

The English word "thanks" comes from the same root word as "think." But they not only share a similar background, they are related in another way. It seems the more we think, the more we thank. One woman illustrated the how thinking and thanking are related in a visit to the eye doctor.

She complained to her ophthalmologist that, as she grew older, her eyesight was getting worse. He examined her eyes and could not be encouraging about the future of her eyesight. But to his surprise, she did not seem to be upset. She told him all she was grateful for: her deceased husband; her children and their families; her friends; the many years she has enjoyed upon this earth; her vast library of memories. She had done a great deal of thinking about these things. "My eyesight is getting worse," she summarized, "but I'm not going to fret over that."

Her doctor later made this observation: "Her eyesight is poor, but her vision is better than most people." She clearly saw what many never see -- all the good in her life. And she was content.

When we take time to think, and make time to thank, we see more clearly.

It sounds like an good way to improve your vision.
Luv,
Viji.
"A heart is not judged by how much you love;
But by how much you are loved by others."
-- Wizard of Oz

Tuesday 5 February 2008

Fabulous Mn!!!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a superb day ahead!!!



Worth a Read!!!!
BREAKING THROUGH THE EITHER/OR SYNDROME
by Lisa Jimenez

Let's take a little quiz. Read the following five questions and answer them as honestly as possible. Ready? Begin...

1. Do you want a successful career or a close relationship with your family?

2. Do you want to earn a fortune or do the work you love?

3. Do you want to enjoy a delicious love life or grow your business?

4. Do you want to give to your favorite charity or invest in the new car?

5. Do you want to travel the world or make money?

There's only one answer to all of these questions. The answer is... BOTH!

One of the most powerful habits that can bring more abundance in your life is the habit of thinking, "Both".

Rich people live in a world of abundance.
Poor people live in a world of limitation.

Poor people think there's not enough to go around in the world. They come from a fear-based mindset. Their answers are "either/or", but never "both".In a poor person's mind-set they go for security above love, safety before self-expression and protection over possibility.What about you? Are you a possibility theorist or a fear- based thinker?
Rich people understand that with a little creativity, a willingness to be unconventional, and an open mind, they can have both. When you build your business (and your life) on the "Both" mentality, you will see opportunities that you were once blind to.

I invite you to begin today to alter your mind-set. Get in the habit of saying "Both!" Try it for the next seven days.Anytime you're asked to decide on two options, say both and then use your creative genius to make it happen. You're asked if you want peanut butter or pralines and cream. Say both and then do a double work out that day.

You're asked if you can write that article or take your daughter to soccer. Say both and then skip TV that night.

Just say, "Both!"Only you can make the decision to break through the limitations put on life.YOU have the power to change your beliefs about abundance and prove to yourself you really believe in enjoying "both!"Your first homework assignment this month is to practice saying, "Both" for seven days and notice the changes in your life. Your second homework assignment is to celebrate those changes and all the abundance that you will begin manifesting into your life.
Luv,
Viji.
"When the solution is simple, God is answering."
-Albert Einstein

Monday 4 February 2008

Great mn!!!!

Hi all,
small words BIG thought!!!
Sometimes, one extra step is all it takes to prevent yourself from caving to temptation.
If you have a bad habit, alter the situation so that it takes you at least one extra step before you can easily take part in it.
If you watch too much TV, unplug it and put the TV high up in the closet.
If you tend to snack on too much junk food, carry around some baby carrots to munch on.
If you always hit the snooze button on your alarm clock, set your alarm clock away from arm's length and far enough that you have to get out of
bed and walk several steps to get to it.
One or more extra steps standing in the way between you and your bad habits might very well be all that it takes to stop it, simply because it
gives you that "pause", that moment to really think, rather than have the opportunity to indulge in it without hesitation right then and there.

Luv,
Viji.
"I do the very best I know how - the very best I can; and mean to keep doing so until the end.
If the end brings me out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anything."
-Abraham Lincoln

Sunday 3 February 2008

Guuud mng!!!

Hi all,
Gm..
Have a excellent week ahead!!!
A thought provoking picture which will make you rethink about your life
Facts to Know!!!
  • A man named Charles Osborne had the hiccups for approximately sixty-nine years.
  • 1 out of every 4 kids in the USA is overweight.
  • 41% of women apply body or hand moisturizer a minimum three times a day.
  • 75-90% of primary physician visits are due to stress.
  • A blink lasts approximately 0.3 seconds.
  • Luv,
    Viji.
    "We are all different expressions of one reality, different songs of one singer, different dances of one dancer, different paintings - but the painter is one."
    Osho, 1931-1990