Motivation

WORD OF THE DAY

WORD OF THE DAY
Elide
əl-eyed
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Latin, mid-16th century
1

To omit or strike out something

2

In speech or writing, to cut off a vowel or a syllable, usually the final one

Examples of Elide in a sentence

“Poetry is known for its readiness to elide letters and syllables for the sake of rhyme and rhythm.”

“His accent and use of colloquial speech caused him to elide the final letters of many words.”

Motivation

Wisdom Quote

It’s more dangerous to have education and lack common sense than it is to have common sense and lack education.

It is a thousand times better to have common sense without education than to have education without common sense. (Robert Green Ingersoll)

Both the past and the future are beyond our reach, it’s the present you must grasp.
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. (Buddha)

Motivation

Wisdom Quote

It’s impossible to lose if you never give up.

You just can’t beat the person who never gives up. (Babe Ruth)

We’re harvesting the fruits of the seeds planted by those before us. Make sure you plant the right seeds for those who come after you.
Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. (Warren Buffett)

Motivation

Wisdom Quote

Find light within the darkness and it’ll outshine even the darkest of shades.

Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain. (Joseph Campbell)

It’s better to find the source of a problem and being unable to fix it than it is to fix the problem without knowing its source.
It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settling a question without debating it. (Joseph Joubert)

Motivation

Smart Green Start-up and Sustainable Development

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Motivation

WhatsApp short stories I liked

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(1) Those who had coins, enjoyed in the rain. Those who had notes, were busy looking for shelter.

(2) Man and God both met somewhere. Both exclaimed, “My creator.”

(3) He asked, are you a Hindu or Muslim? The response came, “I am hungry”!

(4) The fool didn’t know it was impossible. So he did it.

(5) “Wrong number,” Said a familiar voice.

(6) What if God asks you after you die, “So how was heaven?”

(7) They told me that to make her fall in love I had to make her laugh. But every time she laughs, I am the one who falls in love.”

(8) We don’t make friends anymore….
We Add them nowadays..

Motivation

PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Prime Minister’s Office
28 OCT 2019 8:19PM by PIB Delhi
PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

I am visiting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for a day’s official visit on 29 October 2019. The visit is at the invitation of His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, King of Saudi Arabia for attending the Plenary Session of the 3rd Future Investment Initiative Forum being held in Riyadh.

During my visit to Riyadh, I will hold bilateral discussions with His Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia.  I will also meet and discuss with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, HRH Mohammed bin Salman several matter of bilateral cooperation as well as regional and global issues of mutual interest.

India and Saudi Arabia have enjoyed traditionally close and friendly relations.  Saudi Arabia has been one of the largest and reliable suppliers of India’s energy needs.

The Crown Prince during his visit to New Delhi in February 2019 committed to invest over US$100 billion in sectors of priority in India.

Defence, security, trade, culture, education and people-to-people contacts are the other important areas of bilateral cooperation with Saudi Arabia.

During the visit, the Agreement for establishment of the Strategic Partnership Council will further elevate the India-Saudi Arabia Strategic Partnership to a new level.

I also look forward to my participation in the Future Investment Initiative Forum where I will speak about the growing trade and investment opportunities for the global investors in India as the country marches forward to a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2024.

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VRRK/AK

PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

via

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Prime Minister’s Office
28 OCT 2019 8:19PM by PIB Delhi
PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

I am visiting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for a day’s official visit on 29 October 2019. The visit is at the invitation of His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, King of Saudi Arabia for attending the Plenary Session of the 3rd Future Investment Initiative Forum being held in Riyadh.

During my visit to Riyadh, I will hold bilateral discussions with His Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia.  I will also meet and discuss with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, HRH Mohammed bin Salman several matter of bilateral cooperation as well as regional and global issues of mutual interest.

India and Saudi Arabia have enjoyed traditionally close and friendly relations.  Saudi Arabia has been one of the largest and reliable suppliers of India’s energy needs.

The Crown Prince during his visit to New Delhi in February 2019 committed to invest over US$100 billion in sectors of priority in India.

Defence, security, trade, culture, education and people-to-people contacts are the other important areas of bilateral cooperation with Saudi Arabia.

During the visit, the Agreement for establishment of the Strategic Partnership Council will further elevate the India-Saudi Arabia Strategic Partnership to a new level.

I also look forward to my participation in the Future Investment Initiative Forum where I will speak about the growing trade and investment opportunities for the global investors in India as the country marches forward to a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2024.

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VRRK/AK

PM’s statement prior to his departure for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Motivation

Did you know…

… that today is the Tuxedo’s Birthday? In 1886, the tuxedo, created by Griswold Lorillard, made its American debut at the autumn ball in Tuxedo Park, New York. But you and I both know it was originally the penguin’s idea. 😉

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Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“It’s always sunny above the clouds. Always. Every day on earth – every day I have ever had – was secretly sunny, after all.”

Motivation

WORD OF THE DAY

WORD OF THE DAY
Prorogue
proh-rohg
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Late Middle English, 15th century
1

To postpone a meeting without cancelling it

2

To defer or suspend a legislative session

Examples of Prorogue in a sentence

“The board elected to prorogue the current course of action, tabling future meetings until a more suitable time.”

“In a swift resolution, Parliament voted to prorogue all sessions until the end of the year.”

Motivation

Wisdom Quotes

It isn’t what happens that matters, but how you respond to it.
Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it. (Lou Holtz)
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The way you affect those around you is perhaps the most important question in life.
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ (Martin Luther King, Jr.)
Motivation

Strategy . and . Martial arts

Dintingaa is a mostly defensive martial art that focuses on paralyzing your opponent by focusing solely on your opponents movements, figuring out their weakness and exploiting it. The primary focus lies on both sidesteps and knee strikes and it often relies on the endurance and stamina of both the attacker and defender.

The biggest strength of Dintingaa is that it’s not a pretty style, but focuses more on real life situations. By profiting from the shifts in the centers of gravity of your challenger your opponent tends to tire out pretty quickly, which helps defend your weaknesses more.

On the other hand the biggest weakness of Dintingaa is a lack of potentially lethal moves. Not a big weakness, but needed in some situations and in those cases you could quickly end up overpowered.

Motivation

Jay’s Torment – The Villanelle Of The StartUp

Jay’s Torment – The Villanelle Of The StartUp

A Villanelle by jay

Jay couldn’t stop thinking about the StartUp
It was just so small and micro
But he could never forget the cup

That morning, Jay was shocked by the sup
He had to calm himself with a row
Jay couldn’t stop thinking about the StartUp

Later, Jay dreampt so up
He tried to focus on a show
But he could never forget the cup

Mentee tried to distract him with a cleanup
Said his mind had become too apropos
Jay couldn’t stop thinking about the StartUp

Jay decided to do something followup
The StartUp was like a toxic grow
But he could never forget the cup

Jay nosedived like a medium checkup
His mind turned into a quo
Jay couldn’t stop thinking about the StartUp
But he could never forget the cup

Motivation

Hand Gestures/ Body Language

Raising your left hand with the palm towards someone else, thumb and one finger forming a circle, one finger fully clenched, one half clenched and one fully clenched is a gesture that is used as a minor insult and is often used as a joke in the territory of Refrait.


Holding your left hand, with the palm towards the ground, three fingers crossed, one fully stretched and one fully clenched, next to your right hand with the palm towards the side, two fingers fully stretched, two fingers half clenched and one fully clenched is a gesture that is used as a formal greeting in the province of Ketrana.

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WISDOM QUOTES

It takes courage to speak up when needed, but it also takes courage to listen.

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. (Winston Churchill)

Wisdom lies not in the answers one gives, but in the questions one asks.
It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question. (Eugene Ionesco)