Saturday, November 16, 2013




THE STORM ( Story)

 A lady was driving along with her father.

They came upon a storm, and the young lady asked! her father, "What should I do?"

He said "keep driving".. Cars began to pull over to the side,the storm was getting worse.

"What should I do." The young lady asked?
"Keep driving," her father replied.

On up a few feet, she noticed that eighteen wheelers were also pulling over. She told her dad, "I must pull over, I can barely see ahead. It is terrible, and everyone is pulling over!"
Her father told her, "Don't give up, just keep driving!"

Now the storm was terrible, but she never stopped driving, and soon she could see a little more clearly. After a couple of miles she was again on dry land, and the sun came out.
Her father said, "Now you can pull over and get out."

She said "But why now?"

He said "When you get out, look back at all the people that gave up and are still in the storm,
because you never gave up, your storm is now over.

This is a testimony for anyone who is going through 'hard times'.

Just because everyone else, even the strongest, gives up. You don't have to...if you keep going, soon your storm will be over and the sun will shine upon CV face again.

This story touched me! I hope it would touch you too!

Feel free to pass it on to some people you know.

Tell them:"Never give up, because GOD will never give up



A short story worth reading :


 8 girls were standing on a track for racing.

Ready !

Steady !

Bang !

With sound of Pistol all girls started running.

Hardly they had covered 10 to 15 steps,
1 girl slipped & fell.

Due to pain she started crying.

When other 7 Girls heard her
all STOPPED running..

STOOD for a while,

turned BACK & RAN
towards her.

All 7 Girls LIFTED the Girl,
pacified her,
joined hands togather,
walked together &
reached WINNING Post.

Officials were shocked.

Many Eyes were
filled with tears.

It happened recently.

Racing was conducted by
National Institute of
Mental Health...

All participants were
Mentally RETARDED.

What did they teach ?
Sportsman spirit,

We Surely can NEVER Do this,


We have Brains....
We have Ego...
We have Attitude...                                                              

Saturday, June 8, 2013



Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices in the past. Your life tomorrow will be the result of your attitudes and choices today!
This is a story of an elderly carpenter who had been working for a contractor for many many years. He had built many beautiful houses but now as he was getting old, he wanted to retire and lead a leisurely life with his family. So, he goes to the contractor and tells him about his plan of retiring. The contractor feels sad at the prospect of losing a good worker but agrees to the plan because the carpenter had indeed become too fragile for the tough building work. But as a last request, he asks the old carpenter to construct just one last house.
The old man agrees and starts working but his heart was not in his work any more. He had lost the motivation towards work. So, he resorted to shoddy workmanship and constructed the house half-hearted. After the house was built, the contractor handed over the front door keys to the carpenter and said, This is your new house. My gift to you. The carpenter was shocked and upset. Had he known that he was building his own house, he would have done a better job! Now, he would have to live in the house, which is not worth staying.
Think of yourself as the carpenter. You work hard every day but are you giving your best? We put our least to the work we don’t like or do not have interest in. Later, we get shocked at the situation we have created for ourselves and try to figure out why we didn’t do it differently.
Enjoy your tasks and carry on your responsibilities with pleasure and not with pain. Life is a do-it-yourself project. Do your job enthusiastically and with devotion, a positive output and a pleasing life will certainly be on your way.

Friday, May 31, 2013

Oh my dear Jojo, where are you?.........................

Alas! My dear pet rat JOJO died last night.Really painful............... I burst into tears and couldn’t stop crying myself because when he died he was in my hand and I couldn’t stop him going........... I called my husband .He checked out and declared that he had really passed away......... I was shocked, totally blank out  ......... could not bear his separation.
 He had been suffering from fever for last three days and under the supervision of vet. It was vaccinated for lungs infection and was in pain.It could n’t eat and walk ,just kept sitting in a corner of the room.  The vet was rather gloomy about my rat’s chances of recovery.
 Jojo had a brother Mojo.Both were happy and kept playing, eating , fighting  and chasing  each other. One day........ a cat  separated Jojo and Mojo.....  leaving Jojo sad and gloomy. My daughter brought it home from hostle  to change  his environment.From then till yesterday it was living with us and was quite happy .I was very surprised for his behaviour because it was extremely social and affectionate  animal .

  I miss him, I search for him but could not find  any where..................

 I cann't forget the sweet moments spent with you.
 May God give you place in heven.

Monday, May 20, 2013



A man stopped at a flower shop to order some flowers to be wired to his mother who lived two hundred miles away. As he got out of his car he noticed a young girl sitting on the curb sobbing. He asked her what was wrong and she replied, “I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother. But I only have seventy-five cents, and a rose costs two dollars.”
The man smiled and said, “Come on in with me. I’ll buy you a rose.” He bought the little girl her rose and ordered his own mother’s flowers. As they were leaving he offered the girl a ride home. She said, “Yes, please! You can take me to my mother.” She directed him to a cemetery, where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave.
The man returned to the flower shop, canceled the wire order, picked up a bouquet and drove the two hundred miles to his mother’s house.
Moral: Life is Short.  Spend much time as you can loving and caring people who love you.  Enjoy each moment with them before it’s too late.  There is nothing important than family.