Did you know…
… that today is Liberty Day? The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France and designed by sculptor Frederic Bartholdi, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland, on this date in 1886. It was originally named Liberty Enlightening the World.
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“Stop holding on to what hurts and start making room for what feels good. You are not what happened to you in the past. You are now, you are this moment. What will you do with it? Who will you choose to become?”
— Robert Tew
FARMER suicides is a Curse to India.
In this country where Scamsters are law makers, where politicians loot the banks and the exchequer and live a lavish life, the crony capitalists loot the banks of thousands of crores and run away to other safe havens – the poor farmers who faces misery of the Rain Gods with draught or floods and becomes a defaulter – is chased endlessly by the bank recovery agents and commits suicide! My heart goes out crying to these farmers and their helpless families who suffer the agony and the CURSE is on us the INDIANs who tolerate this nonsense.
You shall not unleash your angers onto others.
You shall be brave in the face of danger.
You shall speak falsehoods.
You shall offer your service to those in need.
You shall live your life full of love to the best of your abilities.
You shall take responsibility for your mistakes.
You shall take only that which is given.
You shall not cause chaos or mayhem.
You shall detach yourself from dark desires.
You shall care for your family.
You heard me before, yet you hear me again, but then I die, until you call me again. What am I?
The answer is: An echo.
Two in a corner, one in a room, none in a house, but one in a shelter. What am I?
The answer is: The letter R.
It’s when your thoughts, words and actions are in sync that you reach true happiness.
Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. (Mahatma Gandhi)
Yesterday will forever be beyond our reach, but tomorrow will always be there for us to catch and grasp with both hands.
Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose. (Lyndon B. Johnson)