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Thought for TODAY: 30th September 2012

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Gliding amidst a field of fluffy clouds where all that you can see is the endless blue sky - the serenity unmatched for. The sense of being nowhere as below was the magnanimous earth ,above the mammoth sky and I was there somewhere in between floating through an abyss. If there is anything known as 'nothing-ness' ; yes I was there!

Sometimes I wish....

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This post has been published as a part of ' Blog Tag - You're it '. It is a blog hop which consists of 28 amazing members from various parts of the world on the theme – ‘ Sometimes I wish ’. Though the theme is common each one of our wish is unique and special in its own manner, specially because all of them are straight from the heart. The previous post of this blog hop has been written by Nelieta Mishchenko who is a photographer, tr aveller and  has a beautiful travel blog Nelmitravel which is about all the places travelled by her. You can read her wish HERE . I would also like to t hank Nelieta for such a beaut iful introd uction.

Thought for TODAY: 29th September 2012

That moment when a dream comes true - heavens descend to earth , choicest blessings are showered on you just to let you know you are 'blessed'

Silent Saturday

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Madly in love- with each other

Thought for TODAY: 28th September 2012

Loving and living every moment that life brings to you is the best way to live life to the fullest!

Thought for TODAY: 27th September 2012

Sometimes in life you are asked to make a difficult choice ;  not because God wants to test you, but because God trusts your decision making ability.

Whispering Wednesday

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Today's Whispering Wednesday Word  is Perfect ! According to Me 'perfect' is the most misused term in English. We all are different human being s and hence the definition of perfection will also vary. What is perfect for Me might not be for you and vice - versa but still that does not stop us from looking for perfection in about everyt hing we do. We all look out for a ' perfect match ' for ourselves but we forget we oursel ves are not perfect . I think we are like pieces of puzzle. Imperfect in a sense but a perfect match only for one piece in that puzzle which when connected correctly gives out a beautiful picture! Source: Google Images

Thought for TODAY: 26th September 2012

When dreams come true... every minute spent waiting seems like a pain!! [ This is with reference to my weekend trip to my dream destination. I can barely wait...counting seconds !!]

Thought for TODAY: 25th September 2012

Sometimes in life despite everything that you do, you fall short of achieving somethings. May be God wants you to try harder knowing that you have not yet utilized your full potential or maybe initially  He did not want to terrorize you with the distance you had to cover. So created a mirage of the destination being closer than it was!

Thought for TODAY: 24th September 2012

Love is magical ~ it makes you do weird things which earlier sounded crazy and now suddenly seem to make sense! Like plucking petals of a flower counting loves me / loves me not or wishing on a falling star. Clutching hope with both hands tightly, praying for your wishes to be true. For your loved one to walk out of your dreams and make them come true ♥ Tutta zyada zyada taara jab gira; Zara zyada zyada mangoon dil tera Kabhi zyada zyada maaney na Dil yeh surfira ~ Ishq wala Love ( Student of the year) ♥ AMEN♥ to all such heartfelt wishes, always!

Thought for TODAY: 23rd September 2012

Beautiful mornings lead to wonderful days which in turn lead to more beautiful days as you spend a contented and peaceful night thinking you have done your best!

Silent Saturday

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In mood for some conversation ~ This week!

Thought for TODAY: 22nd September 2012

When you are the reason behind someone's smile ~ do everything to ensure that smile never leaves that face!

Thought for TODAY: 21st September 2012

Sometimes when life sends lot of problems it is just to remind you of your strengths which you had conveniently forgotten!

Book Review ~The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi

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Introduction ISBN: 978-93-81626-68-9 Category: Thriller Publishers: Westland Ltd Price: Rs. 250/-   Once in a while you come across a book which makes you feel ‘ WOW ’. The Krishna Key by Ashwin Sanghi is one such book. Combining history, mythology and geography with fiction the author has managed to create an excellent storyline which makes you feel like being on a roller coaster ride. Behind the book The Krishna Key is a furiously paced and riveting thriller that explores the ancient secrets of Vedic age and the Mahabharata. The review in progress!   About the Author Ashwin Sanghi is an entrepreneur by profession but writing historical fiction in the thriller genre is his passion and hobby. For more details please visit www.sanghi.in ‘Me’ Thinks I have a very bad habit of reading the last page of the book first before beginning to read the entire novel. It kind of convinces me to read it as I am able to gauge the flow of the story. Bu

Thought for TODAY: 20th September 2012

Sometimes I feel I exist in an 'oh-so-perfect world ' where I seem to be the only inhabitant!

Thought for TODAY: 19th September 2012

In times of despair, just question yourself What is the worst thing possible? this will help you be prepared for the worst and give strength to face whatever comes your way.

Thought for TODAY: 18th September 2012

In this journey of life we grow as an individual and undergo a lot of changes. But our soul remains the same as it witnesses the changes and whispers quietly ' You've changed .'

Thought for TODAY: 17th September 2012

Everytime life throws a problem at you - it gives you two options  - either you crib about it and let it worsen or solve it quickly and move on!

Thought for TODAY: 16th September 2012

I have that weird feeling today when someone has been criticising me constantly and I have that strong urge to do it in return. God knows why am I not doing it. Maybe I seriously want to have a difference between us both!

Thought for TODAY : 15th September 2012

It does not take much to judge a person's character. Sometimes the price is as less as a smile!

Silent Saturday

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Welcome Showers!!

Thought for TODAY: 14th September 2012

World is full of sense and nonsense.  It is up to you whether you try to make sense out of nonsense or nonsense out of sense.

Its a........

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Thought for TODAY: 13th September 2012

It is important to hear, but is equally important to be heard.

Thought for TODAY: 12th September 2012

Once in a while life gives you a fairytale when it gives you a reason to smile ~ Or better still be the reason behind someone else's smile!

Whispering Wednesday

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Let the motto for today be “MORE” More happiness…. More love……… More smiles .... More hugs.....   More care……….   More success……. More friends…. More family time….. More wishes…. More dreams……. More goals…. Just like the Pepsi advt says, “ Yeh dil maange MORE!!!!” Keep asking till you get it.

Book Review - The Stopover by Ram Prakash & Deepa Pinto

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Introduction The Stop over is a yet-to-be released book based on a n innovative concept.Blending the facts with fiction here, the authors Ram and Deepa have added some beaut i ful photographs to the narrative making i t a truly extra ordinary experience. As the website of the book says, ' This is a book that presents the unseen people in India - their lives, ordeals, their hopes and dreams .'   For more details on the book, release dates and the authors please visit The Stop over . Behind the book Source: Thestopover.com About the authors Ram Prakash Ram had been in the advertising & marketing world for 12 years when he realised that we have but one life to explore the many fascinating worlds around us. Armed with a one-year photography course, he set out to seek beyond what the eye sees. Deepa Pinto Deepa teaches German at the Goethe Institute. Her passion for languages is matched by her passion for travel and exploration. Wi

Thought for TODAY: 11th September 2012

Sometimes it all boils down to one point - To be or to not to be!

Book Review: Urban Shots - Crossroads

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Introduction Urban Shots - Crossroads (ISBN 978-93-81626-42-9) Edited by Ahmed Faiyaz Published by Grey Oak Publishers Price Rs. 199/- ‘Every individual around us has a story to tell. It is up to us to listen to his tale .’ –with this feeling I began to read Urban Shots- Crossroads. Many times in life we reach a crossroads where we need to make a life changing decision. It is about those incidents this books talks about. It is a pleasure to read 30 urban stories by 26 authors as it gives you a deeper insight into our otherwise mundane everyday lives. We ourselves never realize how interesting our life could be for someone else! Behind the book Source: Google Images ‘ Urban Shots has the right ingredients for a breezy read …’ – DNA, Mumbai. About the Authors This book has an interesting collection of writers with people ranging from popular writers, to bloggers to debutant writers – each story outdoi