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)

All your actions you make today can bring you a better tomorrow.
What you do today can improve all your tomorrows. (Ralph Marston)

NovelCoronaVirus is a Conspiracy against this world – My Dark Poetry


there will only be Corona Positives in the world.
there will only be Reocoverd ones in sight.
they were the only few who really mattered.
they were the only ones left to give blood n plasma

Corona had to be with me.
Novell she had to be with him.
i had to do this.
i wanted to kill him.
i started to pray.
i turned to him.

Minus Ten and Plus 65

Closeted with locked legs 

The mission is clear 

To get rid off 

Two FULL generations.

Copyright Dhananjaya Parkhe© 2020

Random Acts of Kindness


  • Put quarters in the laundry machine for the next person
  • While you’re out, compliment a parent on how well-behaved their child is.
  • Register to be an organ donor.
  • Write a note of appreciation to your mailman
  • Leave tickets sitting around randomly at an arcade or fair or give them to a young child

Motivation


  1. “Words save our lives, sometimes.”
    – Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane
  2. “Sometimes, as we’re stumbling along in the dark, we hit something good.”
    – Susan Ee, Angelfall
  3. “You can’t always judge people by the things they done. You got to judge them by what they are doing now.”
    – Kate DiCamillo, Because of Winn-Dixie

Random Phrases


  1. Ugly DucklingMeaning: One who may seem plain at first in appearance or capability, but later turns out to be beautiful or great.
  2. Ride Him, Cowboy!Meaning: A cheer people yell, usually at rodeos when cowboys are clinging to the backs of untamed horses.
  3. Wouldn’t Harm a FlyMeaning: Nonviolent; someone who is mild or gentle.
  4. Head Over HeelsMeaning: Falling deeply in love with another person.

Did you know


Did you know…

… that today is Citizen Peter Jennings Day? In 2003, Peter Jennings, an American Canadian journalist, was sworn in as an American citizen. Jennings was a high-school dropout who transformed himself into one of American television’s most prominent journalists. Trivia fans: Jennings started his career early, hosting a Canadian radio show at the age of nine!

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I didn’t know these words had so many synonyms.


Can Humans

exhibit so many

synonyms i.e. Clones,

resembling

lost twins?

somewhere

in the world?

  1. say/tell inform, notify, advise, relate, recount, narrate, explain, reveal, disclose, divulge, declare, command, order, bid, enlighten, instruct, insist, teach, train, direct, issue, remark, converse, speak, affirm, suppose, utter, negate, express, verbalize, voice, articulate, pronounce, deliver, convey, impart, assert, state, allege, mutter, mumble, whisper, sigh, exclaim, yell, sing, yelp, snarl, hiss, grunt, snort, roar, bellow, thunder, boom, scream, shriek, screech, squawk, whine, philosophize, stammer, stutter, lisp, drawl, jabber, protest, announce, swear, vow, content, assure, deny, dispute
  2. fear fright, dread, terror, alarm, dismay, anxiety, scare, awe, horror, panic, apprehension
  3. idea thought, concept, conception, notion, understanding, opinion, plan, view, belief
  4. trouble distress, anguish, anxiety, worry, wretchedness, pain, danger, peril, disaster, grief, misfortune, difficulty, concern, pains, inconvenience, exertion, effort
  5. run dash, escape, elope, flee, hasten, hurry, race, rush, speed, sprint

facts


  1. The odds of being born on 29th February are 1 in 1461.
  2. When Space Invaders was created, Tomohiro Nishikado left in the lag caused by more invaders on the screen in order to create greater difficulty in the games.
  3. The first movie ever to put out a motion-picture soundtrack was Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

Transforming violet Nostalgia


Transforming violet Nostalgia

A sequence occurs,

Pen-e-trates – never Re-Turns.
Elderly writes of vintage aroma.

Noting the bird of our feathers.
One resplendent,
the other forgets signals.
Where is everyOne
I say, and when can I see that
its going to happen?

Conversations of gangs, the rebellious
of doubts that never rose.
Knights of a disasters
responding to the world next to a bitterst boss,
tasty as a blood-stained crab.

TRAI suggests new national numbering plan, 11-digit mobile numbers in India: All you need to know


Releasing its latest recommendations on “Ensuring Adequate Numbering Resources for Fixed Line and Mobile Services”, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Friday suggested moving from 10 to 11 digits in case of regular mobile numbers. The regulator recommended that the government should come up with a new national numbering plan for fixed-line as well as mobile networks to meet the expected growth in the subscriber base in the country. Zero could be added for existing mobile phone numbers while new mobile numbers, in the future, could begin with different digits. Also, calls made from fixed-line to mobile phones should be prefixed with a ‘0’. “The existing 10-digit numbering scheme should be continued to avoid inconvenience to the customers that would accompany any move to shift to an 11-digit numbering scheme,” the regulator wrote in its recommendations. According to TRAI, switching from 10 to 11 digits with the first digit for mobile number as ‘9’ would give a total capacity of 10 billion numbers. With the current policy of allotment after 70 per cent utilisation, this would suffice until India has 7 billion connections. This could also mean liberal allocation to service providers and administrative ease. According to the regulator, after 17 years into the National Numbering Plan, adequate availability of numbering resources is now threatened because of an increase in the range of services and massive growth in the number of connections, especially in the mobile segment. The total number of telephone subscribers in India currently stands at 1177.02 million with a tele-density of 87.45 per cent at the end of January 2020.

WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY

 

Blithesome
BLITH-səm
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Old English, 17th century
1

(of a person) having a cheerful disposition.

2

Filled with, marked by, or causing pleasure.

Examples of Blithesome in a sentence

“Waking up to sunny spring weather put me in a blithesome mood.”

“The blithesome shouts from the playground were welcome background noise.”

Random Acts of Kindness


  1. Incorporate acts of kindness into your family meals, classrooms, and workplaces. Perhaps spend 5 minutes each day sharing your kindness ideas or the acts you shared during the day. Make kindness a daily habit in all your environments
  2. Support a small, local business as a customer
  3. Leave have a nice day stickers at a front desk