Sometimes some ordinary experiences give birth to astonishing ideas and expressions. Something similar happened with me about a month ago. While walking home in the evening, I saw two feeble dogs lazily chewing on something that looked like a non-juicy bone. The same day in the morning, I had read in the paper all kinds of negativity—deaths, corruption, black marketeering in medicines, political drama, and what not. Luckily, just before I reached our apartment building, I saw something interesting on the roadside—a tiny plant with shiny, dark green leaves on the upper surface and light green underneath. The sight just stopped the world for me for a few moments. Upon returning home, I scribbled a note, as is my wont. I sent it to my Guru Dr Sudhakar Marathe. He suggested a few additions and modifications. In fact that transformed my garbled “note” into a “poem”, something that I can dare share. 😉 Please read my 26-line poem below. I don’t think it will take more than 2 minutes to read it. Do please write your comments in the comment box. You might like to recite the poem in your own words. Best wishes, Dharmendra Down the Pandemonic Road Two …
Sip your tea nice and slow… A beautiful poem by Lee Tzu Pheng of Singapore Sip your Tea Nice and Slow No one Ever knows when it’s Time to Go, There’ll be no Time to enjoy the Glow, So sip your Tea Nice and Slow. Life is too Short but feels pretty Long, There’s too Much to do, so much going Wrong, And Most of the Time You Struggle to be Strong, Before it’s too Late and it’s time to Go, Sip your Tea Nice and Slow. Some Friends stay, others Go away, Loved ones are Cherished but not all will Stay. Kids will Grow up and Fly away. There’s really no Saying how Things will Go, So sip your Tea Nice and Slow. In the End it’s really all about understanding Love For this World and in the Stars above, Appreciate and Value who truly Cares, Smile and Breathe and let your Worries go, So Just Sip your Tea Nice and Slow. This poem is beyond all relationships But made for us all. When I’m dead. Your tears will flow But I won’t know Cry with me now instead. You will send flowers, But I won’t see Send them …
What is true happiness? Where does it come from?
Life is complex, isn’t it. Life is complex, whether you like it or not. It makes you dance and laugh, but, at the same time, it makes you run and cry. Accept life in totality. Make the most of every happy moment and forget the one that caused trouble. #life #quote #englishquotes #fluentlingua #dharmendrasheth #englishinsurat #iamsurat #surties #challengeinlife #lifejourney #artoflife #lifeinsurat #quotationsforlife #quote4life #simpleliving #happinessbooster #livelifefull #goodthoughtsmatter #lifeinpal #englishtutor #funinlilfe #lifefun For more such quotes, visit www.fluentlingua.com @dharmendra_sheth_surat @fluentlingua Happy Learning, Happy Living!
Hello everyone, This morning my friend Hemal Ved (Mumbai) shared a wonderful message with me via WhatsApp. Never miss a good chance to shut up.— Will Rogers Now, here are my thoughts based on the above. Please add yours if you like and share them with your loved ones. 1. Never miss a chance to help someone.2. Never miss a chance to learn.3. Never miss a chance to praise someone.4. Never miss a chance to appreciate someone’s help or concern.5. Never miss a chance to bring a smile on someone’s face.6. Never miss a chance to spread love.7. Never miss a chance to lighten someone’s burden.8. Never miss a chance to make someone happy.9. Never miss a chance to apologise if you have made a mistake.10. Never miss a chance to thank someone. And, finally, never miss a chance to share such a wonderful message with your loved ones. ??? Best wishes,Dharmendra Sheth After reading this message of mine, many friends contributed profusely to the list. Two major additions are copied below. Isha Chaliawala 1. Never miss a chance to listen to others. 2. Never miss a chance to listen to your own instinct. 3. Never miss a chance to …
If you are too busy to think how busy you are, I will pray for your speedy recovery.
The Universal Force of Love
A letter from Albert Einstein to his daughter
(Written in 1938 and published in 1980)
Hello everyone, Here’s a talk on Future Matters! by my friend Dr Vishal Bhadani. This talk is based on Homo Deus, an international best seller by Yuval Noah Harari. Prof Harari is an Israeli historian and a professor in the Department of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the author of the popular science bestsellers Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century. Enjoy watching the video and please feel free to share this message/video with others in your circle. https://youtu.be/IDfuu6eSNn8 Happy Thinking, Happy Sharing! Dharmendra Dr Dharmendra ShethFounder, Fluentlingua,Surat
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