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Wisdom Quotes

Hope springs from the knowledge that there is light even in the darkest of shadows.

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. (Desmond Tutu)

What you’d try if you could not fail is worth trying knowing you might fail.
What great thing would you attempt if you knew you could not fail? (Robert H. Schuller)


Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 15th century

A drink.


The action of drinking alcohol.

Examples of Potation in a sentence

“Sit down and join me for a potation.”

“A majority of the plans for the bachelor party concerned copious potation.”

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is Czechoslovakian Teachers Day? This day celebrates the birthday of Jan Amos Komensky (1592), a Moravian educational reformer. He favored the learning of Latin to facilitate the study of European culture but emphasized learning about things rather than about grammar per se. A man after my own heart! 😉


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Remind thyself, in the darkest moments, that every failure is only a step toward success, every detection of what is false directs you toward what is true, every trial exhausts some tempting form of error, and every adversity will only hide, for a time, your path to peace and fulfillment.”

— Og Mandino

Wisdom Quotes

What is and what should be require two separate discoveries.

Knowledge of what is does not open the door directly to what should be. (Albert Einstein)

A stranger can only become trustworthy by first putting your trust in this person.
The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him. (Henry L. Stimson)


“Do you know what you are?You are a manuscript oƒ a divine letter.You are a mirror reflecting a noble face. This universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself;everything that you want, you are already that.” – Rumi, Hush, Don’t Say Anything to God: Passionate Poems of Rumi

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is As Young as You Feel Day? Let spring add a spring to your step. Start acting younger than you are. You are as young as you feel!


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“A rose is not its thorns, a peach is not its fuzz and a human being is not his or her crankiness.”

— Lisa KoganD

Random phrases of the day

  1. Fish Out Of WaterMeaning: Someone being in a situation that they are unfamiliar or unsuited for.
  2. Jumping the GunMeaning: Something that occurs too early before preparations are ready. Starting too soon.
  3. No Ifs, Ands, or ButsMeaning: Finishing a task without making any excuses.
  4. A Dime a DozenMeaning: Something that is extremely common.
  5. Lickety SplitMeaning: To go at a quick pace; no delaying!

Wisdom Quotes

It’s not the words you speak, but the way you say them that matters.

People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude. (John C. Maxwell)

If shadows are all you see in front of you turn around to face the light.
Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow. (Helen Keller)


Part of speech: noun
Origin: Turkish, mid-19th century

A close-fitting garment covering the whole head and neck except for parts of the face, typically made of wool.

Examples of Balaclava in a sentence

“It was too cold to wear just a hat, so he pulled out his balaclava.”

“Adding a balaclava under his ski helmet made it fit perfectly.

Wisdom Quotes

The intelligent know to belief only half of what they hear. The wise know which half.

An intelligent man believes only half of what he hears, a wise man knows which half. (Even Esar)

If you think you cannot do something you must do it.
You must do the things you think you cannot do. (Eleanor Roosevelt)

Quotes for the week

William Butler Yeats

“Think where man’s glory most begins and ends, and say my glory was I had such friends.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/2qxK3s0 March 17, 2020 at 10:52AM
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Dwight D. Eisenhower

“Peace and justice are two sides of the same coin.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/39bI523 March 18, 2020 at 10:52AM
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“Plodding wins the race.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/2rDJrl9 March 19, 2020 at 10:52AM
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“To hold a pen is to be at war.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/2KXuKiP March 20, 2020 at 10:43AM
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Margaret Thatcher

“Pennies do not come from heaven. They have to be earned here on earth.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/2o8cH1j March 21, 2020 at 10:43AM
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Thomas Fuller

“In fair weather prepare for foul.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/2TRX8H0 March 22, 2020 at 10:43AM
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Random Phrases of the day

  1. Needle In a HaystackMeaning: Something that is impossible or extremely difficult to find, especially because the area you have to search is too large.
  2. Jaws of LifeMeaning: Usually this references a tool used by rescuers when they pry or cut open a car to save the occupant.
  3. Elvis Has Left The BuildingMeaning: Something that is all over.
  4. Keep Your Shirt OnMeaning: Keeping calm. Usually said by someone who is trying to avoid making others upset.
  5. When the Rubber Hits the RoadMeaning: When something is about to begin, get serious, or put to the test.

Did you know…

… that today is The Day the Words Went Away? On this date, Louis Armstrong originated scat singing when he forgot the words to a song he was recording. This event was named The Day the Words Went Away by Paul Harvey. It is also known as the birthday of scat singing.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Whenever you’re in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude.”

— William James

Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of John Tyler? John Tyler, the tenth President of the United States, was born on March 29, 1790, in Greenway, Virginia. Trivia buffs: Tyler was called The Accidental President because he was the first to succeed to the office following the death of a predecessor and he had 15 children!


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“You just keep pushing. You just keep pushing. I made every mistake that could be made. But I just kept pushing.”

— Rene Descartes

(39) कोरोना से कैसे करें बुजुर्गों का बचाव? जानिये कार्डियोलॉजिस्ट डाॅ. के के अग्रवाल से – YouTube

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Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, mid-17th century

The action of saying farewell.


The word or phrase used to close out a letter before the signature.

Examples of Valediction in a sentence

“Make sure to give your mother a valediction before you leave for the weekend.”

“I always struggle with choosing an appropriate valediction for emails to my boss.”

How coronavirus could affect restaurants and the culture of eating out in India – The Economic Times


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StayHomeStaySafe #CoronaVirus #ChineseVirus – No guarantee you will survive; if you don’t step out for essential supplies in Bengaluru.

#StayHomeStaySafe #CoronaVirus #ChineseVirus – No guarantee you will #survive; if you don’t step out for essential supplies in #Bengaluru.

Public Distribution system has failed here.

The Government of, for and by the people has given chance to HOARDERS, BLACKMARKETEERS, PROFITEER Business people yet AGAIN to make money as they fund the ruling party at the “Election Hustings”.  Very sad sign of BLACK CORRUPTION IN in its dirtiest, Naked form seen

Yesterday, I ventured out in #Lockdown to buy some medicines which were nearly finished and carried a carrybag to see if I can get some groceries items in #Lockdown due to #chineseVirus in Horamavu, Bangalore.
1st shop – Queue of 15 people at 630pm. Got Cadburys. One Oil pack – 30 minutes. Some leftover packs of Farsaan.
1st Chemist shop- 15 people in Squares -waited for 20 minutes – I calculated it may need me 2 hours of standing – so I went to another
2nd shop – Home buzz – our regular Grocery/ fruit/ vegetable shop closed – no stocks
3rd shop – No fruits / Veg – I am told they open early in morning at 5 am and stock finishes b/w 7 and 9 am max
4th shop – Enter with Mask only – I had to buy one from chemist shop but managed to enter with a long handkerchief tied over my mouth and nose (like the hindi movie goons). Big shop – Except cosmetics – most food item Racks empty. No Marie biscuits. some local brands. Picked one leftover Sugarfree biscuit packet. Some eggs. A brown bread (?rationing – one per person rule). August 19 Mfd Sundrop blue -Oil pack – in the dirtiest condition the only one left – did not feel like buying – paid by card. Cashier put the machine before me to remove card myself.
5th shop – my regular chemist – gave me a Mask in a brown envelope quietly (Publicly – no masks are available and I don’t ask for price). Got most medicines – his shelves too mostly empty. Chattering with his wholeseller and sharing gossip/. rumors. Said Insulin may go in short supply – bought in PANIC – paid by card and returned. This whole thing took 2.45 hours.
Take away – 1 Rise early – if you want veggies/ fruits – now I know the shops which will open. 2. carry own bag. 3. Card only – most traders hesitant to touch currency notes. 4. Have. a list – you may not get all what you came for. There is nothing like impulse buying. 5. Queues can take longer than usual.
Narendra Modi BS Yediyurappa ji – the rumors are HOT! this is the fastest growing suburb and I heard in all shops – 13-16 POSITIVE COVID19 cases in this locality and some people saying the PDS has failed , law and order failed, people roaming streets and they expect ARMY TO DO FLAG MARCH in 2 days as if it is child’s play. Empty minds are devil’s workshops and this is most dangerous. In our RWA there was a concern and WhatsApp group says after tests one lady tested negative but was asked to self-quarantine. I wonder how other RWAs in Bengaluru are managing.
Watch TV – especially ABP news and you see the EXODUS from Delhi which is made out in comparison like 1947 paretition. No PURVANCHALI BJP Leader in sight e.g. the CM candidate of BJP Manoj Tiwari. TV Blaming it on Total Intelligence failure like the Delhi riots ( rumor is AAP Govt exposed all intelligence apparatus of Police, IB, NIA, CIA and made ineffective hence riots spread – God knows the truth).
Twitter is on a warpath with Chinese Virus or Corona Virus funded by Chinese as their last ditch attempt at cleaning up image and reputation – people blaming Governments – finding Design in Top country leaders getting affected. Cynical about WHO and impotent UN which have to share blame with CHINA apart from feet dragging world leaders to tackle the endemic.

Did you know…

… that today is the Army Medal of Honor Birthday? The first time a person was actually awarded the MOH, was on March 25, 1863. On that date, Pvt. Jacob Parrott was the first of a group of 6 men awarded the MOH for their actions in April 1862. Trivia fans: Theodore Roosevelt is the only President to have received the Medal of Honor.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“It only takes a split second to smile and forget, yet to someone that needed it, it can last a lifetime.”

RANDOM phrases of the day

  1. Par For the CourseMeaning: What you would expect to happen; something normal or common.
  2. Elvis Has Left The BuildingMeaning: Something that is all over.
  3. Tough It OutMeaning: To remain resillient even in hard times; enduring.
  4. What Goes Up Must Come DownMeaning: Things that go up must eventually return to the earth due to gravity.
  5. Money Doesn’t Grow On TreesMeaning: Suggests that money is a resource that must be earned and is not one that’s easily acquired.

Random Acts of Kindness

  1. Say something nice to someone
  2. Throw away your trash – and someone else’s – after a movie, picnic or visit to a park
  3. Plant a seed
  4. Put something you no longer need on craigslist.org for free
  5. Let you staff leave work an hour early

You Are Not ‘Essential’–As The Coronavirus Cripples Our Economy The Definition What’s Really Essential Has Already Changed

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An exclusive daily alert

An exclusive daily alert
Ø  Leaders of the Group of 20  yesterday pledged to infuse over $5 trillion into the global economy, and do “whatever it takes” to minimize the economic and social impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. In a joint statement issued after the G-20’s first ever virtual summit, chaired by Saudi Arabia, members committed themselves to restore global growth, maintaining market stability and strengthening resilience. Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the need for greater efforts to coordinate activities of nations for controlling the coronavirus.

Ø  Indian rupee rose sharply against the US dollar  yesterday tracking strong gains in domestic equity markets. After opening at 75.88 per dollar, the rupee moved to 75.09 at day’s high, as compared to the previous close of 76.10. Investor sentiment was supported on announcements of stimulus measures by many governments across the globe to combat the impact of coronavirus on the economy. Meanwhile, the dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against the basket of six currencies, was trading 0.26% lower at 100.79.

Ø  India rolled out a Rs 1.7 trillion relief package, amounting to about 1% of its gross domestic product, marking an aggressive attempt to limit the economic damage caused by the coronavirus outbreak and tackle the loss of livelihood of millions of poor hit by an unprecedented 21-day nationwide lockdown. The relief package, under a newly framed Prime Minister Garib Kalyan Yojana, aims to alleviate the financial pain faced by migrant workers, farmers, urban and rural poor and women.
Highlights of the economic relief package for those affected by the lockdown:

o    Front loading of income support to benefit 86.9 mn farmers

o    Raising wages under MGNREGA to benefit 50 mn families

o    One-time payment of Rs 1,000 to aged people, widows, disabled

o    200 mn women with no-frills bank A/Cs to get Rs 500 for next 3 months

o    80 mn households to get free refill of gas cylinders for 3 months

o    Govt to pay 24% EPFO contribution of workers, firms for 3 months

o    Rs 50 lakh medical insurance cover for healthcare workers

o    35 mn construction workers to benefit from a Rs 31,000 cr fund

o    District mineral funds to be used for testing and screening

Ø  Several noted hospitals across the country say they are ready for treatment of the novel coronavirus patients after mock drills and dry run for the specialized treatment. Government has been urging the private sector to rope in for testing as well as treatment since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis

Ø  All international commercial passenger flights will remain suspended till April 14, aviation regulator DGCA announced  yesterday amid a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Ø  Domestic stock market benchmark Sensex   surged over 1,400 points today after posting its best gain in over a decade in the previous session. The US Senate has passed a US$2 trillion virus relief bill, boosting equity market sentiment across the globe.

Ø  Any registered medical practitioner can treat Covid-19 patients remotely or by using telemedicine tools, the Union health ministry said yesterday. The long-pending guidelines on telemedicine finally saw the light of day, in the wake of the unprecedented health crisis facing the country. The guidelines proposed 10 years ago were finally sanctioned by the Centre to cope with the Covid-19 outbreak.

Ø  President Donald Trump will hear recommendations from the White House coronavirus task force this weekend on plans to “open the country up.” The new guidance will come days after the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S. surpasses China or Italy, making it the country with the largest outbreak in the world. Vice President Mike Pence said that the task force will share “a range of recommendations and additional guidance for going forward” with the next steps in its efforts to blunt the impact of the coronavirus.

Ø  New Hampshire is the latest state to issue a stay-at-home order and close all nonessential businesses amidst the coronavirus outbreak. Gov. Chris Sununu announced the order Thursday and it goes into effect March 27 at 11:59 pm.  Essential businesses that will remain open in New Hampshire include grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations.

Ø  Federal prosecutors wanted to criminally charge Walmart, the world’s biggest retailer, over the company’s opioid sales to customers, a new report says. Top Trump administration law enforcement officials killed that effort, the ProPublica report said. Prosecutors found that the retail company distributed opioids in several states to customers who then died of overdose.

Ø  Nancy Pelosi indicates she wants another round of direct payments on top of the ones passed in the Senate stimulus bill. The House is set to vote Friday on the US$2 trillion relief package.  Pelosi and other top lawmakers have suggested Congress will need to take more steps to provide relief during the crisis.

Ø  New York coronavirus cases continue to surge, topping 37,258 as the state scrambles to find enough hospital beds and ventilators to handle the coming onslaught of patients, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.   More than 5,300 residents have already been hospitalized and the state is projecting that will climb to 140,000 over the next two to three weeks. He also called  the stimulus bill designed to ease the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the country “irresponsible” and “reckless.” “The congressional action in my opinion simply failed to address the governmental need,” Cuomo said at a press conference in Albany on Thursday. The coronavirus bill provides US$5 billion to New York, which doesn’t come close to covering state’s projected revenue shortfall, Cuomo said.



Part of speech: noun
Origin: Old Norse, 14th century

A young lover or suitor.


A country youth.

Examples of Swain in a sentence

“The eager swain showed up at her door with a bouquet of flowers to ask her to prom.”

“He didn’t often leave the farm, but the swain went into town for supplies once a month.”

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is Stick Invention Day? In 2002, a person received U.S. patent No. 6,360,693. What was his amazing invention? An animal toy that includes an apparatus with a “main section with at least one protrusion … that resembles a branch in appearance.” In other words, a stick. 😉


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“But I know, somehow, that only when it is dark enough can you see the stars.”

— Martin Luther King, Jr.