Interesting day. Great Gyan from WhatsApp on my Walks and some great phrases I learnt.

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I came across this Brilliant Quote by Nobel laureate ‘Desmond Tutu’ which read..

“When the Missionaries came to #Africa they had the #Bible and we had the Land.
They said ‘Let us Pray.’
We Closed our eyes.
When we opened them, we had the Bible and they had the land…

Like wise,
When ‘Facebook & WhatsApp’ Came,
they had the ‘Internet’ and we had the Freedom.

They said it’s free.
We closed our eyes.

When we opened them, we had the #Facebook #WhatsApp and they had our Freedom..!!”

It is rightly said, “When anything is free for YOU, Your freedom will be the Price..🕯

 

Think…………………  Thank you Amarendra for sharing.

This one is wonderful and is from my Doc.

Plz remember what these
few organs are afraid of ?

Kidney:
Afraid to stay up all night.
Stomach:
Afraid of the cold food.
Lungs:
Afraid of smoke.
Liver:
Afraid of fatty stuff.
Heart:
Afraid of salty food.
Pancreas:
Afraid of big eating.
Intestines: .. Afraid of
eating seafood indiscriminately.
Eyes: .. Afraid of
mobiles & computers screens.
Gallbladder:
Afraid of not eating breakfast.

So pls take real good care of yourself !
Because spare parts may not fit.
They are very expensive….
& not necessarily available in stock !
🙏

Thank you Doc. I shall be careful.

And now some phrases I came across today.

  1. Short End of the Stick
    Meaning:
    Getting the bad end of a deal, or receiving the least desirable outcome from something.

    That’s a Nasty one! One never should face this in life. I wish everyone well and may God keep you away from having a bad deal or receiving the least desirable outcome.  May you be safe and hail and hearty and healthy.

  2. Quality Time
    Meaning: 
    Spending time with another to strengthen the relationship.

    Sounds impossible in this virtual world NO?  A speaker on Youtube was saying we should not see our smartphone messages within 1 hour of waking up.  I was raised in the Blackberry age when I had to immediately respond at all hours for emergencies, crises – and I somehow have a carry over effect, a baggage of this old habit even after retirement and I must follow what this speaker says. NO?

  3. Under the Weather
    Meaning: 
    Not feeling well, in health or mood

    That is another nasty one today. But fortunately, my Doc sent me the above advice to take care of things I otherwise take lightly or ignore.  If we take care of our body, and its vital organs by excercising self control and feeding it what is good for it – exercise and maintain health – going under the weather will remain a phrase. I wish best of health for all readers and all others. 

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