Arnold Schwarzenegger Leaves the Audience SPEECHLESS | One of the Best Motivational Speeches Ever – YouTube

Enjoy these punchlines…

Enjoy these Punchlines !!!!!!!!!
It’s hilarious
●I’m a nobody,
nobody is perfect,
and therefore,
I am perfect.
●I’ve got to sit down and
work out where I stand.
●If I save time,
when do I get it back..???
●Where there’s a will,
I want to be in it.
●I am free …. of all
prejudices. I hate
everyone equally.
●Take my advice,
I don’t use it anyway!
●Statement below is true.
Statement above is false.
●Like I said before,
I never repeat myself
●Sometimes I need what only you can provide:
your absence.
●A conscience does not prevent sin.
It only prevents you from enjoying it.
●If at first you don’t
skydiving is not for you.
●War doesn’t determine
who’s right.
War determines who’s left.
●Best way to prevent a hangover is to
stay drunk.
●Doesn’t expecting the unexpected make the unexpected become
the expected?
●I was born intelligent,
education ruined me.
●A bus station is where a bus stops.
A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station.
What more can I say?
●If it’s true that we are here to help others,
then, what exactly are others here for?
●Since light travels faster than sound, people appear bright until you hear them speak.
●How come ‘abbreviated’
is such a long word?
●Don’t frown. You never know who is falling in love with your smile.
●Living on Earth may be expensive, but it includes an annual free trip around the Sun!
●Your future depends on your dreams.
So, go to sleep !!

●Alcohol kills slowly. So What?
Who’s in a hurry?
Not me anyway !

●Can you do anything that other people can’t? Sure.. I can read my handwriting.

Via a WhatsApp University graduate. 🙂

7. World Science Day for Peace and Development – 10 November

7. World Science Day for Peace and Development – 10 November

Science Day for Peace Content Marketing Ideas

This day seeks to highlight the importance of science in society and aims to include the wider public in debates on scientific issues.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: X Scientific achievements that made the world a better place to live in
  • Infographic idea: X Scientists who are known as much for their worldview as for their science
  • Video idea: How has science fiction helped to predict technological achievements?
  • Podcast idea: Have we reached the peak of our scientific achievement, or can we do better?


The successful scientist

The scientific method is the most powerful invention humans have ever created. It’s not just for people in white coats and in labs. The scientific method has changed what we wear, what we eat, the health of our families, the way we earn a living–the world as we know it is a result of a simple process of hypothesis, testing and explanation.

Unfortunately, school and other systems in our world focus on just one or two of the elements necessary to do it well.

  1. Know the rules, maxims and outcomes that came before. Do the reading, score well on the test.
  2. Understand the thinking behind these rules, so you can dive deeper and either change the rules or expand on them.
  3. Do tests that others haven’t thought of or that people don’t think will work. Intentionally create falsifiable hypotheses, knowing that you might be wrong, and then go test them.
  4. Publish your results so that others can examine your work and improve it. Show your work. Invite correction and improvement.
  5. Explain what you did clearly so that it becomes part of the canon, so it can be used by others, until it’s replaced by something even more useful.

There are very few contentious arguments in our world today that couldn’t be more quickly resolved if all involved were willing to act in good faith and work their way through the steps together.

Because if you seek to lead or to change minds, if you’re working for better, then you’re a scientist.

COURTESY: Seth Godin’s Newsletter

Meaningful Couplets

छिमा बड़ेन को चाहिए, छोटन को उतपात।
का रहिमन हरि को घट्यो, जो भृगु मारी लात।।

Chhima baden ko chahiye, chhotan ko utpaat,
Ka Rahiman hari ko ghatyo, jo bhrigu maari lat


Opusculeoh-Pə-skyoolPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, mid 17th century
1A small or minor literary or musical work.
Examples of Opuscule in a sentence “While this book could be considered an opuscule, it means a lot to me personally.” “The opuscule doesn’t even sound like it was written by the famous poet.”

Fast-forward through a history of human artefacts, from arrowheads to plastic toys | Aeon Videos

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is Berlin Wall Opens Day? The 27.9-mile-long Berlin Wall, the symbol of the Cold War that separated East and West Germany for 28 years, was opened on this day in 1989. Both East and West German citizens celebrated their freedom as they once again were able to walk freely between the two states. Let’s celebrate unity today!


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“You can’t just turn on creativity like a faucet. You have to be in the right mood. What mood is that? Last minute panic.”

— Bill Watterson