Friday, 2 November 2012

Umeed...

Zindagi ke safar mai ajeeb mod aate hai..
Karte hai jinse umeed hamesha wo hi dil dhukha jaate hai..
Bahut khoob kahan hai kisi ne..
Log apno mai khusi dhoondte hai..
Par wo khusi anjaan de jaate hai..

Ek saath..

Koi raat ka saathi  na mila to humne andhere ko hi apna saathi bana liya.
Sunsan raste pe koi saath na mil to apne parchai ko hi saathi bana liye.
Gumnaam raste pe chal to pade hai.
Jab andhere me koi saathi na mila to apni khamosiyo ko hi saathi bana liya.

Lamho ki aawaaz.

Hosh me rehne ki aaj koshish hai.
Doob na jaun in nashe ki sazish mai.
Bas aaj apne awarapan me rehna hai.
Jo kabhi kehna paaya wo alfaaz aaj kehna hai.
Door nikalna chahta hoon is duniya ki riti riwazo se.
Kuch kehna chahta hai dil Dheeme si aawazo me.
Sikhwe sahi kisi se jaroor honge.
Neendo me dabe kayi sapne honge.
Apni parchai se aur kuch nahi aarzoo hai.
Khud me hi gum ho jaun bas yahi ek aakhiri khwaish hai.

Monday, 8 October 2012

Pata Nahi


Anjaane rasto ke safar mai,
Manjil kab milegi pata nahi.
Dhoop me ghire badal ghanere,
Kab barsenge pata nahi.
Hosalo ke is dagar me,
kab kinare milenge pata nahi.
Khusiyo ke in chaurahe pe,
kab sahi rasta milenga pata nahi.
Zindagi ke is safar mai,
kab saccha sathi milega pata nahi.
Gam ke tarane bahut hai,
kab khusiyo ka saaz milega pata nahi.
Hum to yun hi muskura lete hai,
kab saachi muskaan milegi pata nahi.

Khamosh Labz !!!

Labz keh rahe dil ki baat aaj Pehle.
Jab nikale ga aashiko ka janaja hum hi reh jayenge akele.
Kyunki jab bhi pyaar kiya kisi se.
Bahut dur ki duri ki soch li.
Par sab sacchai samne aayi apno ne ankhein mod li.
Aaj khus hoon ki main akela hoon.
Par usi akelepan ke gam ke asko ke jaam pita hoon.
Khusi ki parchai jab dekhna chaha.
Kisi na kisi ki parchai saath me dekhna chaha.
Aaj ankhein nam aur labz chup hai..
Baarish me nikli deemi si dhoop hai..
Kabhi na kabhi saacha saathi milega hame bhi..
Yahi soch kar ankhein nam aur labz chup hai.
Labz chup hai..

Hum nahi!!

Rishto ko ajmane wale hum nahi.
Kisi ko yunhi rullane wale hum nahi.
Mushkura kar karte hai gam ka samana..
Kyunki.
Waqt aur haalat pe rone wale hum nahi.

Khaas!!!

Labz na keh sake jo baat aaj fir sunnate mai gum ho gayi..
Dil me agar chupa hota hai raaaz to kyun ankhein bhar aayi..
Duniya ke kisi kone me jarur hoga koi hamre liye.
Yahi soch fir se chehre pe choti se muskaan aa gayi..

Raaz..

Dard me dube har dil ki fikr karta hai mera ye nadaan dil aaj.
Bheed me gum har ek us insaan ka zikr karte hai khamoshiyon ki ye alfaaz.
kya bataye ye zindagi ka falsafa.
Lifafe me bannd us chitti ke har sabd key jaise hai har kisi ki kismat ka raaz.

Aankhien aur ashq

Waqt se haar jaane ka daar aaj kyun sata raha hai,
sabdo ke piche chupi kaise ye khamoshi ka sama hai.
Kois samajh na jaaye ye kya mazra hai.
Isliye ankhon ke piche ashko ko chupa rakha hai.

Saturday, 22 September 2012

To baat kya!!!!


Yu To Chand bhi Bhatakta hai Rat Bhar
Me jo Bhatak gaya to Bat kya
Sari Duniya Roti hai Chup kar
Me jo thoda Ro liya to Bat Kya
Har Kisi Ko Talab hai Pyar Ki
Maine thoda Soch liya to Bat Kya
Roshni ki Chah to sab ko hai
Maine thoda Andhera mang liya to Bat kya
Zindagi k is Haseen Khwab me
Maine Use mang liya to Bat Kya
Har kisi ne Mehfil ko Chaha Yaha
Maine Tanhai ko Chaha to Bat kya
Yu to Chand bhi Bhatakta hai Rat bhar
Me jo Bhatak gaya to Bat kya


© http://shayari.co.in/sms/hindi-poems#ixzz27CDmpBaF

Sunday, 16 September 2012

Sunday Myth...


Most of the time we wait for Sunday to come so that we can spend some time with own.
But on Sunday d best n worst thing we do is end up doing nothing but remembering that person who never cares abt you or had left in such phase where you thought your life will change..

IT hurts...
Love hurts but whatever be the quotes,
Love always make you feel good.

Friday, 14 September 2012

Laut aana...

jab kabhi tera dil ghabraye tujhe meri yaad aye to laut aana..
Tera saath koi choddey agar koi tera dil todey to laut aana..
Kuch accha waqt guzra hai saath tumhare woh waqt yaad aye to laut aana..
Yahi waqt aksar saath nahi detey dil walon ke pass rehkar agar koi saath na dey to laut aana..
Na jaane teri itni yaad jyun aati hai agar ye paigaam pahuch jaye to laut aana...

Kiski Khata....

Aisi khwaishe kyun karta hai dil..
Jise paana hi mushkil hota hai..
Kaise samjhaun main isse..
Jo har pal kisi ke liye dhadakta rahta hai..
Chale pyar ke rasto pe jab bhi..
Dard ke siva kuch na mila hai..
Fir bhi kar leta hai kisi na kisi se pyaar..
Ye hamari nahi dil ki khata hai..
Wo hame chahe na chahe,
ektarfa chahne ka alag hi maza hai..
Tod kar dil har waqt hamara wo..
Har waqt hame de dete ek nayi saza hai..
Yun to ham kaafi akele reh lete hai.
Par dil ki khwaish kaun samajhta hai..
Laga ke apna dil hamesha yahi keh dete hai..
Ye hamari nahi dil ki khata hai..

My Version - Bade acche lagte hai..

Lafzo mai hai kitni baatein..
Baaton mai hai yaadein..
Yaadon ki wo saari raina..
Har pal mujhe satatey..
Saare sapne apne banke
Har pal humko satatey
Kiski hai ye humko chahat.
Dhoond rahi hai ye aankhein.
Magar sacche lagte hai..
Ye aanshu ye needein ye dhadkan aur
Gum...
Bade aachhe lagte hai...

Waqt ke saath khud ko badalna aa gaya.



Kabhi dosto se milne ko taraste thee.
Aaj unhe ignore karna aaa gaya.
Jinke liye har baar ghar me jhoot bolt.
Aaj unse hi jhoot bolna aa gaya.
Jinse jab saari baatein share karte thee.
Unse aaj baatein chupana aa gaya.
Kehte hai zindagi mai kuch nahi badalta..
Par hume waqt ke saath khud ko badalna aa gaya.

Riston ki neev...



Kaise bhi ho subah ki shuruat,
Din to shaam ke saath hi dhal jaata hai.
Kitne bhi khus reh le hum akele.
Sukun to kisi ke saath me hi milta hai..
Parindey to udd jaate hai apne pankho see.
Patta to hawa ke jhoko ke saang hi udta hai..
Kitni bhi ho takraar kisi rishtey mai.
Galti maaf karne wala hi risto ko jodta hai.

Friday, 7 September 2012

Near ones

we always miss those who were with us but they are not near us now.
and forget the people near us.
later we end-up loosing the person who was near us.
It hurts..

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

"Eleven Hints for Life"


1. It hurts to love someone and not be loved in return.
But what is more painful is to love someone and never
find the courage to let that person know how you feel.

2. A sad thing in life is when you meet someone who
means a lot to you, only to find out in the end that it was
never meant to be and you just have to let go.

3. The best kind of friend is the kind you can sit on a
porch swing with, never say a word, and then walk away
feeling like it was the best conversation you've ever had.

4. It's true that we don't know what we've got until we lose
it, but it's also true that we don't know what we've been
missing until it arrives.

5. It takes only a minute to get a crush on someone, an
hour to like someone, and a day to love someone-but it
takes a lifetime to forget someone.

6. Don't go for looks, they can deceive. Don't go for wealth,
even that fades away. Go for someone who makes you
smile because it takes only a smile to make a dark day
seem bright.

7. Dream what you want to dream, go where you want to go,
be what you want to be. Because you have only one life and
one chance to do all the things you want to do.

8. Always put yourself in the other's shoes. If you feel that it
hurts you, it probably hurts the person too.

9. A careless word may kindle strife. A cruel word may wreck
a life. A timely word may level stress. But a loving word may
heal and bless.

10. The happiest of people don't necessarily have the best
of everything they just make the most of everything that comes
along their way.

11. Love begins with a smile, grows with a kiss, ends with
a tear. When you were born, you were crying and everyone
around you was smiling. Live your life so that when you die,
you're the one smiling and everyone around you is crying.

Friday, 24 August 2012

A Great Lesson

This incident happened during the later part of 1800s, in Bengal, India when Sri Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar and his few friends were busy collecting donations to start Calcutta University.
One day Vidyasagar stopped at the door of the palace of Nawab(honorific title to semi-autonomous rulers) of Ayodhya. Nawab was not exactly known to be a generous person and many people tried to dissuade Vidyasagar from taking this mission.
Vidyasagar met Nawab and presented his cause. On hearing Vidyasagar’s plea, Nawab got up, pulled one of his shoes and dropped in Vidyasagar’s bag for donation. Vidyasagar did not say a word. He simply got up, thanked Nawab and left.
Next day Vidyasagar organised auction of Nawab’s shoe in front of his palace. Lot of Nawab’s knights , Jahagirdars, court members, who wanted to impress Nawab started bidding. By the mid afternoon the shoe was sold for Rs 1000.
Nawab, happy to hear that his shoe fetched Rs 1000, matched the auction money. He added his own Rs. 1000 as donation.
When the destiny dropped a shoe in his basket, Vidyasagar could have walked out furious. He could have thrown the shoe on Nawab as revenge of insult. He could have got depressed and gone home and cried that nobody is willing to give him donation and given up his efforts to raise donation for the university.
But he did nothing of that sort. He remained focused on the main goal. He rose above his personal feelings, ego, and insecurities and exploited the situation creatively. He rose above his insecurities and exploited that of others around him. He took that shoe and converted it to the biggest donation to University of Culcutta. Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar converted his on-face insult and resulting disappointment into a Rs. 2000 donation plus a pleased Nawab who could be of some assistance at some point later.
Calcutta University became a reality. It became a center of education for fine arts, social studies, science and technology.


Throughout our life, we will come across situations that will bring disappointment, anger, frustration, depression. But most of the times, there will be a way we can use this situation to our advantage if we remain focused on our real objective, if we engage in introspection, and if we find a creative solution by thinking outside the box.
Next time when destiny hands over you a shoe when you were expecting treasures, take that as a challenge to your creativity, not as an insult to your ego. Next time you get a lemon, don’t make lemonade, try to convert it into a jackpot.

Best Wishes

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Friendship day....


A circle is round it has no end.
Thts how long i want to be ur frnd.
Lots of turns lots of bends.
still we walk down hand in hands.
The joy of true freindship lasts forever.
Tough will be times still we will be together.
all the masti moments we share.
we know how much a frnd care.
friends may be good may be best.
we share relationship which is different from rest.
This is the ryt day i want to say.
May u get whatever you want on this Friendship day.
Happy Friendship day to all My friends..


Saturday, 14 July 2012

A Bit Extra work !!!!


All the good deeds we do today.
God is watching that all the way.

We don’t expect for anything more.
Let everyone gets the space to explore.

What we do something extra that makes a difference,
What we choose and what we leave depends on preference.

Join your hands and make a prayer.
Build a way to demolish the difference layer.

Be humble and be kind.
Don’t forget we all are Gods child.

We give great efforts to earn.
The Best deed is to share what you learn




- Samyak Jain

Thursday, 5 July 2012

The last cab ride.......


Twenty years ago, I drove a cab for a living. One time I arrived in the middle of the night for a pick up at a building that was dark except for a single light in a ground floor window.
Under these circumstances, many drivers would just honk once or twice, wait a minute, then drive away. But I had seen too many impoverished people who depended on taxis as their only means of transportation. Unless a situation smelled of danger, I always went to the door. This passenger might be someone who needs my assistance, I reasoned to myself. So I walked to the door and knocked.
“Just a minute,” answered a frail, elderly voice.
I could hear something being dragged across the floor. After a long pause, the door opened. A small woman in her 80′s stood before me. She was wearing a print dress and a pillbox hat with a veil pinned on it, like somebody out of a 1940s movie. By her side was a small nylon suitcase.
The apartment looked as if no one had lived in it for years. All the furniture was covered with sheets. There were no clocks on the walls, no knickknacks or utensils on the counters. In the corner was a cardboard box filled with photos and glassware.
“Would you carry my bag out to the car?” she said. I took the suitcase to the cab, then returned to assist the woman. She took my arm and we walked slowly toward the curb. She kept thanking me for my kindness.
“It’s nothing,” I told her. “I just try to treat my passengers the way I would want my mother treated.”
“Oh, you’re such a good boy,” she said. When we got in the cab, she gave me an address, then asked, “Could you drive through downtown?”
“It’s not the shortest way,” I answered quickly.
“Oh, I don’t mind,” she said. “I’m in no hurry. I’m on my way to a hospice.”
I looked in the rear view mirror. Her eyes were glistening.
“I don’t have any family left,” she continued. “The doctor says I don’t have very long.”
I quietly reached over and shut off the meter. “What route would you like me to take?” I asked.
For the next two hours, we drove through the city. She showed me the building where she had once worked as an elevator operator. We drove through the neighborhood where she and her husband had lived when they were newlyweds. She had me pull up in front of a furniture warehouse that had once been a ballroom where she had gone dancing as a girl.
Sometimes she’d ask me to slow in front of a particular building or corner and would sit staring into the darkness, saying nothing.
As the first hint of sun was creasing the horizon, she suddenly said, “I’m tired. Let’s go now.”
We drove in silence to the address she had given me.
It was a low building, like a small convalescent home, with a driveway that passed under a portico. Two orderlies came out to the cab as soon as we pulled up. They were solicitous and intent, watching her every move. They must have been expecting her. I opened the trunk and took the small suitcase to the door. The woman was already seated in a wheelchair.
“How much do I owe you?” she asked, reaching into her purse.
“Nothing,” I said.
“You have to make a living,” she answered.
“There are other passengers.”
Almost without thinking, I bent and gave her a hug. She held onto me tightly.
“You gave an old woman a little moment of joy,” she said. “Thank you.”
I squeezed her hand, then walked into the dim morning light. Behind me, a door shut. It was the sound of the closing of a life.
I didn’t pick up any more passengers that shift. I drove aimlessly, lost in thought. For the rest of that day, I could hardly talk. What if that woman had gotten an angry driver, or one who was impatient to end his shift? What if I had refused to take the run, or had honked once, then driven away? On a quick review, I don’t think that I have done anything more important in my life. We’re conditioned to think that our lives revolve around great moments. But great moments often catch us unaware—beautifully wrapped in what others may consider a small one.

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

A little BOY...


Sally jumped up as soon as she saw the surgeon come out of the operating room. She said: “How is my little boy? Is he going to be all right? When can I see him?”
The surgeon said, “I’m sorry. We did all we could, but your boy didn’t make it.”
Sally said, “Why do little children get cancer? Doesn’t God care any more? Where were you, God, when my son needed you?”
The surgeon asked, “Would you like some time alone with your son? One of the nurses will be out in a few minutes, before he’s transported to the university.”
Sally asked the nurse to stay with her while she said good-bye to son. She ran her fingers lovingly through his thick red curly hair.
“Would you like a lock of his hair?” the nurse asked.
Sally nodded yes. The nurse cut a lock of the boy’s hair, put it in a plastic bag and handed it to Sally. The mother said, “It was Jimmy’s idea to donate his body to the university for study. He said it might help somebody else. “I said no at first, but Jimmy said, ‘Mom, I won’t be using it after I die. Maybe it will help some other little boy spend one more day with his Mom.” She went on, “My Jimmy had a heart of gold. Always thinking of someone else. Always wanting to help others if he could.”
Sally walked out of Children’s mercy Hospital for the last time, after spending most of the last six months there. She put the bag with Jimmy’s belongings on the seat beside her in the car. The drive home was difficult. It was even harder to enter the empty house. She carried Jimmy’s belongings, and the plastic bag with the lock of his hair to her son’s room. She started placing the model cars and other personal things back in his room exactly where he had always kept them. She laid down across his bed and, hugging his pillow, cried herself to sleep.
It was around midnight when Sally awoke. Laying beside her on the bed was a folded letter. The letter said:
“Dear Mom,
I know you’re going to miss me; but don’t think that I will ever forget you, or stop loving you, just ’cause I’m not around to say I LOVE YOU. I will always love you, Mom, even more with each day. Someday we will see each other again. Until then, if you want to adopt a little boy so you won’t be so lonely, that’s okay with me. He can have my room and old stuff to play with. But, if you decide to get a girl instead, she probably wouldn’t like the same things us boys do. You’ll have to buy her dolls and stuff girls like, you know. Don’t be sad thinking about me. This really is a neat place. Grandma and Grandpa met me as soon as I got here and showed me around some, but it will take a long time to see everything. The angels are so cool. I love to watch them fly. And, you know what? Jesus doesn’t look like any of his pictures. Yet, when I saw Him, I knew it was Him. Jesus himself took me to see GOD! And guess what, Mom? I got to sit on God’s knee and talk to Him, like I was somebody important. That’s when I told Him that I wanted to write you a letter, to tell you good-bye and everything. But I already knew that wasn’t allowed. Well, you know what Mom? God handed me some paper and His own personal pen to write you this letter. I think Gabriel is the name of the angel who is going to drop this letter off to you. God said for me to give you the answer to one of the questions you asked Him ‘Where was He when I needed him?’ “God said He was in the same place with me, as when His son Jesus was on the cross. He was right there, as He always is with all His children.
Oh, by the way, Mom, no one else can see what I’ve written except you. To everyone else this is just a blank piece of paper. Isn’t that cool? I have to give God His pen back now. He needs it to write some more names in the Book of Life. Tonight I get to sit at the table with Jesus for supper. I’m, sure the food will be great.
Oh, I almost forgot to tell you. I don’t hurt anymore. The cancer is all gone. I’m glad because I couldn’t stand that pain anymore and God couldn’t stand to see me hurt so much, either. That’s when He sent The Angel of Mercy to come get me. The Angel said I was a Special Delivery! How about that?
Signed with Love from: God, Jesus & Me.”

Helpless Love !!


Once upon a time all feelings and emotions went to a coastal island for a vacation. According to their nature, each was having a good time. Suddenly, a warning of an impending storm was announced and everyone was advised to evacuate the island.
The announcement caused sudden panic. All rushed to their boats. Even damaged boats were quickly repaired and commissioned for duty.
Yet, Love did not wish to flee quickly. There was so much to do. But as the clouds darkened, Love realised it was time to leave. Alas, there were no boats to spare. Love looked around with hope.
Just then Prosperity passed by in a luxurious boat. Love shouted, “Prosperity, could you please take me in your boat?”
“No,” replied Prosperity, “my boat is full of precious possessions, gold and silver. There is no place for you.”
A little later Vanity came by in a beautiful boat. Again Love shouted, “Could you help me, Vanity? I am stranded and need a lift. Please take me with you.”
Vanity responded haughtily, “No, I cannot take you with me. My boat will get soiled with your muddy feet.”
Sorrow passed by after some time. Again, Love asked for help. But it was to no avail. “No, I cannot take you with me. I am so sad. I want to be by myself.”
When Happiness passed by a few minutes later, Love again called for help. But Happiness was so happy that it did not look around, hardly concerned about anyone.
Love was growing restless and dejected. Just then somebody called out, “Come Love, I will take you with me.” Love did not know who was being so magnanimous, but jumped on to the boat, greatly relieved that she would reach a safe place.
On getting off the boat, Love met Knowledge. Puzzled, Love inquired, “Knowledge, do you know who so generously gave me a lift just when no one else wished to help?”
Knowledge smiled, “Oh, that was Time.”
“And why would Time stop to pick me and take me to safety?” Love wondered.
Knowledge smiled with deep wisdom and replied, “Because only Time knows your true greatness and what you are capable of. Only Love can bring peace and great happiness in this world.”
“The important message is that when we are prosperous, we overlook love. When we feel important, we forget love. Even in happiness and sorrow we forget love. Only with time do we realize the importance of love. Why wait that long? Why not make love a part of your life today?”

Live and Work


Father was a hardworking man who delivered bread as a living to support his wife and three children. He spent all his evenings after work attending classes, hoping to improve himself so that he could one day find a better paying job. Except for Sundays, Father hardly ate a meal together with his family. He worked and studied very hard because he wanted to provide his family with the best money could buy.
Whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.
The day came when the examination results were announced. To his joy, Father passed, and with distinctions too! Soon after, he was offered a good job as a senior supervisor which paid handsomely.
Like a dream come true, Father could now afford to provide his family with life’s little luxuries like nice clothing, fine food and vacation abroad.
However, the family still did not get to see father for most of the week. He continued to work very hard, hoping to be promoted to the position of manager. In fact, to make himself a worthily candidate for the promotion, he enrolled for another course in the open university.
Again, whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.
Father’s hard work paid off and he was promoted. Jubilantly, he decided to hire a maid to relieve his wife from her domestic tasks. He also felt that their three-room flat was no longer big enough, it would be nice for his family to be able to enjoy the facilities and comfort of a condominium. Having experienced the rewards of his hard work many times before, Father resolved to further his studies and work at being promoted again. The family still did not get to see much of him. In fact, sometimes Father had to work on Sundays entertaining clients. Again, whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.
As expected, Father’s hard work paid off again and he bought a beautiful condominium overlooking the coast of Singapore. On the first Sunday evening at their new home, Father declared to his family that he decided not to take anymore courses or pursue any more promotions. From then on he was going to devote more time to his family.
Father did not wake up the next day.

Friday, 22 June 2012

Letter from a Dad!


Interesting...The following is a letter to his son from a renown Hong Kong TV broadcaster / Child Psychologist....

I am writing this to you because of 3 reasons:

1. Life, fortune and mishaps are unpredictable, nobody knows how long one lives. Some words are better said early.

2. I am your father, and if I don't tell you these, no one else will.

3. What is written is my own personal bitter experiences that perhaps could save you a lot of unnecessary heartaches.

Remember the following as you go through life:

1. Do not bear grudge towards those who are not good to you. No one has the responsibility of treating you well, except your mother and I. To those who are good to you, you have to treasure it and be thankful, and ALSO you have to be cautious, because, everyone has a motive for every move. When a person is good to you, it does not mean he really likes you. You have to be careful, don't hastily regard him as a real friend.

2. No one is indispensable, nothing in the world that you must possess. Once you understand this idea, it would be easier for you to go through life when people around you don't want you anymore, or when you lose what/who you love most.

3. Life is short. When you waste your life today, tomorrow you would find that life is leaving you. The earlier you treasure your life, the better you enjoy life.

4. Love is but a transient feeling, and this feeling would fade with time and with one's mood. If your so called loved one leaves you, be patient, time will wash away your aches and sadness. Don't over exaggerate the beauty and sweetness of love, and don't over exaggerate the sadness of falling out of love.

5. A lot of successful people did not receive a good education, that does not mean that you can be successful by not studying hard! Whatever knowledge you gain is your weapon in life. One can go from rags to riches, but one has to start from some rags!

6. I do not expect you to financially support me when I am old, neither would I financially support your whole life. My responsibility as a supporter ends when you are grown up. After that, you decide whether you want to travel in a public transport or in your limousine, whether rich or poor.

7. You honour your words, but don't expect others to do so. You can be good to people, but don't expect people to be good to you. If you don't understand this, you would end up with unnecessary troubles.

8. I have bought lotteries for umpteen years, but I never strike any prize. That shows if you want to be rich, you have to work hard! There is no free lunch!

9. No matter how much time I have with you, let's treasure the time we have together. We do not know if we would meet again in our next life..
Your dad.

Scar...

From every wound there is a scar...
And every scar tells a story....
A story that says...
"I HAVE SURVIVED":)

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

The two identities of my face.

With one string, how two stories are tied
with one wire, how two lives are attached
filling my voice, on this musical instrument, silences laugh at me,
the two identities of my face,
the two identities of my face..

Whose favour happened on my rough life,
a light shower fell on my dry life,
I have fear someone doesn't steal tomorrow-
these stolen clouds from my sky,
(and) if someone does, it'll be a kindness
the two identities of my face...

I understand that this angel was not to bestow upon me,
I understand that we were not to get this relationship,
you look beautiful to me now o god,
don't separate me from my angel (now),
remove these suspicions..
the two identities of my face...

Something To Make You Smile...


This is a very different post today and it has nothing to do with beauty, makeup, etc.  These past few weeks have been an emotional roller coaster for me.  There have been a lot of positive changes, mixed with a few bittersweet occurances.  Once in awhile, we all need a little bit of positive reinforcement, so I wanted to share this with all of you.  Sometimes, bloggers post random things like this, and I will admit, it makes me smile.  I hope that this has the same effect on you!


Think about them one at a time BEFORE going on to the next one...
IT DOES MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD, especially the thought at the end.

1. Falling in love.




2. Laughing so hard your face hurts.

3. A hot shower.

4. No lines at the supermarket

5. A special glance.

6. Getting mail

7. Taking a drive on a pretty road.


8. Hearing your favorite song on the radio.

9. Lying in bed listening to the rain outside.

10. Hot towels fresh out of the dryer.

11. Chocolate milkshake (or vanilla or strawberry!)

12. A bubble bath.

13. Giggling.

14. A good conversation.

15. The beach


16. Finding a 20 dollar bill in your coat from last winter.

17. Laughing at yourself.

19. Midnight phone calls that last for hours.

20. Running through sprinklers.

21. Laughing for absolutely no reason at all.

22. Having someone to tell that you're beautiful.


23. Laughing at an inside joke.

24. Friends.

25. Accidentally overhearing someone say something nice about you.

26. Waking up and realizing you still have a few hours left to sleep.

27. Your first kiss (either the very first or with a new partner).

28. Making new friends or spending time with old ones.

29. Playing with a new puppy.



30. Having someone play with your hair.

31. Sweet dreams.

32. Hot chocolate.

33. Road trips with friends.

34. Swinging on swings.

35. Making eye contact with a cute stranger.

36. Making chocolate chip cookies.

37. Having your friends send you homemade cookies.

38. Holding hands with someone you care about.


39. Running into an old friend and realizing
that some things (good or bad) never change.

40. Watching the expression on someone's face
as they open a much desired present from you.

41. Watching the sunrise.

42. Getting out of bed every morning and
being grateful for another beautiful day.

43. Knowing that somebody misses you.

44. Getting a hug from someone you care about deeply.


45. Knowing you've done the right thing,
no matter what other people think.