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    Dosto ki kamee ko pehechante hai hum, Duniya ke ghamo ko bhi jaante hai hum. Aap jaise dosto ke hi sahare, Aaj bhi has ker jeena jaante hai hum. Ishq ka jaha bhi naam hota hai, Tadapna sisakna waha aam hota hai. Khushnaseebo ko kabhi ishq ho nahi sakta, Ye badnaseebo ka kaam hota hai.
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    Tragedy or comedy

    A person is pronounced great when he can face a difficult situation with happiness and laughter:)
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    See outside the window the sun is rising 4 u, the birds singing 4 u, the flowers smiling 4 u BCZ last night I told them 2 wish u Good Morning.
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    Think positive,do positive with team members ,use knowledge of team member as a leader
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    Breakfast can help prevent strokes, heart attack and sudden death. Advice on not to skip breakfast! Healthy living For those who always skip breakfast, you should stop that habit now! You've heard many times that "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." Now, recent research confirms that one of the worst practices you can develop may be avoiding breakfast. Why? Because the frequency of heart attack, sudden death, and stroke peaks between 6:00a.m. and noon, with the highest incidence being between 8: 00a.m. and 10:00a.m. What mechanism within the body could account for this significant jump in sudden death in the early morning hours? We may have an Answer. Platelet, tiny elements in the blood that keep us from bleeding to death if we get a cut, can clump together inside our arteries due to cholesterol or laque buildup in the artery lining. It is in the morning hours that platelets become the most activated and tend to form these internal blood clots at the greatest frequency. However, eating even a very light breakfast prevents the morning platelet activation that is associated with heart attacks and strokes. Studies performed at Memorial University in St. Johns, Newfoundland found that eating a light, very low-fat breakfast was critical in modifying the morning platelet activation. Subjects in the study consumed either low-fat or fat-free yogurt, orange juice, fruit, and a source of protein coming from yogurt or fat-free milk. So if you skip breakfast, it's important that you change this practice immediately in light of this research. Develop a simple plan to eat cereal, such as oatmeal or Bran Flakes, along with six ounces of grape juice or orange juice, and perhaps a piece of fruit. This simple plan will keep your platelets from sticking together, keep blood clots from forming, and perhaps head off a potential heart attack or stroke. So never ever skip breakfast! without wax sanika
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    In such a way...

    Speak in a such a way that others love to listen to you ... and , Listen in such a way that others love to speak to you ..
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    Lets be happy

    Don't b happy 4 a reason, becoz that happiness ends with that reason. .B happy without any reason & u ll b happy always..."
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    There once was a beautiful princess named Vasumati. She was the daughter of king Dadhivahan and queen Dharini of Champapuri. One day war broke out between the King of Champapuri and the king of nearby Kaushambi. It was a sad war. Vasumati's father could not win the war, so he had to run away in despair. When Vasumati and her mother learned that they had lost the war, they also decided to escape. While they were running away in the woods, a soldier from the enemy's army spotted them and captured both of them. Vasumati and her mother were scared. They didn't know what the soldier would do to them. He told the older lady (mother) that he would marry her, and that he would sell Vasumati. Upon hearing this, the queen went into shock and died. The soldier immediately felt sorry for his remark, and decided not to make anymore comments. He took Vasumati to Kaushambi to sell her. When Vasumati's turn came to be sold as a slave, a merchant named Dhanavah happened to be passing by. He saw Vasumati being sold and felt that she wasn't an ordinary girl. He thought she might have been separated from her parents, and if she was sold as a slave, what would her fate be? So out of compassion for her, Dhanavah bought Vasumati, freed her from slavery, and took her home. On the way home he asked her, "Who are you? What happened to your parents? Please don't be afraid of me. I will treat you as my daughter." Vasumati didn't reply. When they got home, the merchant told his wife, Moola, about Vasumati. "My dear," he said, "I have brought this girl home. She has not said anything about her past. Please, treat her like our daughter." Vasumati was relieved. She thanked the merchant and his wife with respect. The merchant's family was very happy with her. They named her Chandanbala, since she wouldn't tell anyone her real name. While staying at the merchant's house, Chandanbala's attitude was like that of a daughter. This made the merchant very happy. Moola, on the other hand, was wondering what her husband would do with Chandanbala. She thought that he would marry her because of her beauty. Therefore, Moola was never comfortable with Chandanbala around. One sunny day, when the merchant came home from his shop, the servant who usually washed his feet was not there. Chandanbala noticed this, and felt delighted to get a chance to wash his feet for all the fatherly good things he had done for her. While she was busy washing the merchant's feet, her hair slipped out of the hair pin. The merchant saw this and felt that her hair might get dirty. So he lifted her hair and clipped it on the back of her head. Moola saw all this and was outraged. She felt that her doubts about Chandanbala were true. Moola decided to get rid of Chandanbala as soon as possible. When Dhanavah went on a three day business trip, his wife took the chance to get rid of Chandanbala. Right away she called a barber to cut off all of Chandanbala's beautiful hair. Then she tied Chandanbala's legs with heavy chains and locked her into a distant room, away from the main area of the house. She told all the servants not to tell the merchant where Chandanbala was, or she would do the same to them. Then Moola left to go to her parent's house. When Danavah returned back from his trip, he didn't see either Moola or Chandanbala. He asked the servants about them. The servants told him that Moola was at her parent's house, but they didn't tell him where Chandanbala was because of their fear of Moola. He asked the servants in a worried tone, "Where is my daughter Chandanbala? You better speak up now, because if you are hiding the truth, then you will be fired." Still nobody replied. He was very upset and didn't know what to do. After a few minutes an older servant thought, "I am an old woman and will soon die anyway because of age. What is the worse Moola can do anyway." So out of compassion for Chandanbala and sympathy for the merchant she told him all about what Moola did to Chandanbala. She took the merchant to the room where Chandanbala was locked up. Dhanavah unlocked the door and saw Chandanbala. He was shocked when he saw her. He told Chandanbala, "My dear daughter, I will get you out of here. You must be hungry, let me find some food for you." He went to the kitchen to find food for her. He found that there was no food left, but only some dry lentils in a pan. The merchant decided to feed her that for the time being. So he took them to Chandanbala. He told her that he was going to get a blacksmith to cut off the heavy chains and so he left. Chandanbala was amazed at how things were going. She started wondering how fate can change the life from rich to almost helpless. Chandanbala then thought of offering lentils to someone else before eating. She got up and walked to the door, and stood there with one foot outside and one inside. To her surprise, she saw a monk (Lord Mahavir) walking near her room. She said, "Oh respected monk, please accept this food which is suitable for you." But Lord Mahavir had taken vow to fast until a person who met a certain conditions and offered him food. His conditions were, 1) the person who would be offering should be a princess, 2) she should be bald headed, 3) she should be in chains, 4) she should offer uncooked lentils, with one foot inside the house and other outside, 5) and she should be in tears. Therefore, Lord Mahavir looked at her and noticed that one of his pre-decided conditions was still missing. She met all conditions except the tears in her eyes, and therefore Lord Mahavir went on. Chandanbala felt very sad and tears started running down her face. She was sad that even though she had the chance to offer food to the monk, he would not accept it. In her crying voice, she once again requested the monk to accept the food. Lord Mahavir saw the tears in her eyes, and came back to accept the food knowing that all his conditions were met. Chanada put the lentils in Lord Mahavir's hand and felt satisfied. While Lord Mahavir was looking for his pre-conditioned person, he had fasted for five months and twenty-five days. Heavenly angels celebrated the end of Lord Mahavir's fasting. By the angels power, Chandanbala's chains were broken, her hair grew back, and she was dressed as a princess. The loud music and a celebration drew the attention of king Shatanikand. He came to this place with his family, ministers and other people. Sampul, an old servant, recognized Chandanbala. He walked towards her, bowed, and broke out in tears. King Shatanikand asked, "Why are you crying?" Sampul replied, "My king, this is Vasumati the princess of Champapuri, daughter of king Dadhivahan and queen Dharinee." The king and queen now recognized her, and invited her to live with them. So she went, but first thanked the merchant Dhanavah who was so kind to her. Later on, when Lord Mahavir attained the perfect knowledge, he reestablished the four-fold order of Jain Sangh (community). At that time, Chandanbala took diksha and became the first nun (sadhvi). The end of that life, Chandanbala achieved liberation.
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    purano ne bhula diya nayo ne sabak sika diya bechara jaye to kaha jaye
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    Pyare-Pyare Sapne

    Nikal aaya chand bikhar gaye sitare,so gaye panchi so gaye nazare,kho jao tum bhi mithe khabo me,aur dekho raat me sapne Pyare Pyare…
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    Mohabbat Kaa Najar Aana

    Aapse kaha nahi kuch humne… Magar ahista ahista aapke lafzon per aetebaar karne lage hain… Aapka dil dharaktha hai tho… Ahista ahista humme wo dharkane sunaaye dene lagthi hain… Aapki aankhon mein jo mohabbat hai… Ahista ahista wo humme nazar aane lagi hai…
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    Pallavi Sharma

    How to flirt

    You either think you have it or you don’t — that ability and confidence to interact successfully with those whose attention you are potentially vying for. Flirting is that method of letting people know that you’re available or interested in them — although of course there are plenty of people out there who like to engage in some outrageous flirting who may be far from available! Flirting, if done properly, is often the way in which you send signals (hopefully the right ones) to a potential partner. Even if you think you’re a great flirt, that view may not be shared by others — so you could still do yourself a favour by checking out’s tips on how to flirt successfully! The right mood One of the most important aspects of successful flirting is being in the right mood. There’s little use forcing the issue if you’re not really in the mood for engaging someone in conversation. A good flirt will feel good about him or herself, have a general sense of fun about them, and have a healthy curiosity about people. Only when you feel good about yourself can you pass this energy onto others! Sincerity If you’re going to flirt, there’s no point being a complete phoney about it. Okay, you will feel the need to make a good impression, which may cause you to be phoney — but people will easily see through someone who is being fake. Be sincere if you are paying compliments to someone, as it makes it so much easier for them to believe you and for you to act more naturally. Also, try listening to show you are interested in them, rather than just using them to talk at. Smile! A smile is one of the basic ways of conveying positivity to someone. A smile costs nothing and shows instantly that you are warm person and quite possibly genuinely interested in the other person. Your smile will suggest that for one special moment the recipient of your smile is the focus of your attention. People who very rarely offer a smile are likely to be least successful when it comes to the flirting stakes. Body language Body language is one of the obvious ways in which we convey an interest to one another — although reading that body language is sometimes akin to trying to follow a foreign language! You should certainly try to use expressive and positive body language where appropriate, though, as it can be a far more effective method of communication than speaking. Also, a touch on an arm or leg can say more than a thousand words — although it’s important to get the balance right so as not to send the wrong signals. Eye contact People who lack confidence will have great difficulty in making direct eye contact with another person and holding that gaze. We’re not talking about overly staring at someone because that will quite rightly freak them out — but holding your gaze for a just a second or two longer than you normally would shows another person that you are interested and a confident person. Don’t appear desperate Some people approach a situation with a ‘success or failure’ mentality. If you focus too much on getting a ‘result’, then you may just come across as desperate. Why not just concentrate on engaging on someone in conversation and seeing what you can do for them to make them feel good about themselves? Putting someone first rather than concentrating solely on making a good impression will actually mean you make a better impression! Have a go! Being scared to put your flirting techniques to the test means that you have failed before you’ve even started. So, get out there and have a go! Also, don’t take rejection hard, but think about what you could do differently next time. Consider that it might not be your technique that has failed, but instead that it was just wrong for that person. People often give up when they don’t get immediate results — but instead of doing this, you should look upon things as a learning experience and have another go. Be aware Not everyone flirts because they are attempting to pick someone up. Some people like to flirt by way of just being friendly, and others do so because they are seeking attention. On the other hand, some people may find flirtation to be unwanted, and won’t welcome your attention. If you’re not sure about this, ask friends for advice, as they can often be the best at telling you when your behavior is too over-the-top and likely to be misconstrued. Avoid cheesy lines There’s always the temptation to come up with the killer chat-up line, but these very rarely work and usually have the opposite effect! Most people will have heard the tired and worn chat-up clichés before, so they won’t do you any real favors. Just being natural — maybe even by starting with a simple ‘hello’ and a smile — can elicit a different response to the reaction a worn-out cheesy chat-up line would get. Give off the right vibes It’s not much use sitting there with a group of friends waiting for that special one to find you. Make sure you look friendly and give the other person the opportunity to approach you by separating yourself from your friends occasionally. After all, it’s going to take one very bold person to approach you at the risk of being turned down in front of a group! Also, try asking friends what type of vibes they think you give out. Make the first move The traditional view used to be that it was the man who always made the first move, but many women now make the first move instead. As scary as it can be to make the first move, just think how flattering it can be for the other person. From time to time, there’s no reason why you can’t be the one to initiate a conversation. Just think how many opportunities you might be missing out on just because you fail to be bold enough! Reject people in a gracious manner Even if someone is not your type, there’s no need to reject them in a savage way. In fact, if you do that, then it’s likely that other people around may pick up on your ‘attitude’ and be less likely to approach someone they view as ‘full of themselves’. You should view being approached by someone as a compliment and have the grace to reject them in a charming manner. Personal space We’ve probably all come across people before who make us feel uncomfortable because they are in our ‘personal space’ — and some of these people may not even be aware they are doing it. Sometimes people can be just a little too close for comfort and you naturally want to back off from them — so it pays to be aware of people’s reactions to your closeness, so that you don’t put them off with an overly invasive move. Get flirting … Being a successful flirt often comes from learning experiences — and you will almost always find out what techniques are successful by simply practicing your flirting with people. Flirting is really a case of being confident, not taking rejection too hard, and being genuinely interested in the other person. Often just being a good listener can be more appealing than someone who just likes the sound of their own voice! Enjoy your flirting!
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    Kya Issi Ko Zindagi Kehte Hai

    Bujh Gayi Hai Aas Chhup Gaya Hai Taara, Chaand Tanhaa Hai Aur Aasman Tanhaa, Zindagi Kya Issi Ko Kehte Hai Mere Saathiya, Jism Tanhaa Hai Aur Jaan Tanhaa.
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    Log pochtey hen kyon surkh hen tumhari Aankhen, Hans k keh deti hon raat so na saki, Lakh chahon bhi magar yeh keh na sakon, Raat ronay ki hasrat thi magar ro na saki
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    Why Worry?

    Why Worry? There are only two things in life to worry about: Whether you are well or whether you are sick. If you are well, then there is nothing to worry about. But if you are sick, there are only two things to worry about: Whether you are going to get well or whether you are going to die. If you get well, then there is nothing to worry about. But if you die, there are only two things to worry about: Whether you are going to go to heaven or whether you are going to go to hell. If you go to heaven, then you have nothing to worry about. But if you go to hell, you'll be so busy shaking hands with all your friends, that you won't have time to worry! So, Why Worry? Be Happy!!
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    Best Friend

    Tushar friend from Delhi just now What is the differnece between TRUTH & LIES? TRUTH is a Debit Card Pay First & Enjoy Later LIES is the Credit Card Enjoy first & Pay Later !!! GN
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    Do you think Ram can exist without Ravana? Would Ramayan be complete without Ravana? Life is the manifestation in duality. What value will Love have, without hate? White is said to be the color of Love, color of Purity. Ever wondered why? It is because when you break white color you get seven colors of the rainbow. Same way love is the total of all the emotions. Hate, Jealousy, Greed are as much part of Love as Forgiveness, Kindness and Compassion. Difference is just in their frequency. Every color vibrates at its own frequency. So does every emotion. Positive emotions vibrate at higher frequencies than negative emotions. When someone vibrates at lower frequency he/she displays negative emotions and vice versa. But if someone is vibrating at a lower frequency, that doesn’t make him less Divine. Ravana was not any less Divine than Ram. Hasn’t it been for Ravana, we wouldn’t be knowing Ram as we know him today. Everything in this world, good or bad, has its own importance. Negative is the basic necessity for positive to exist. Love is the basic necessity for Hate to exist. Death is the basic necessity for Life to exist. (The article is inspired by –Die, o yogi die by Osho & Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch) Aarushi
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    Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You

    Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You w/some lyrics Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You Enjoy! Some people live for the fortune Some people live just for the fame Some people live for the power yeah Some people live just to play the game Some people think that the physical things Define what's within I've been there before But that life's a bore So full of the superficial Some people want it all But I don't want nothing at all If it ain't you baby If I ain't got you baby Some people want diamond rings Some just want everything But everything means nothing If I ain't got you Some people search for a fountain Promises forever young Some people need three dozen roses And that's the only way to prove you love them And in a world on a silver platter And wondering what it means No one to share, no one who truly cares for me Some people want it all But I don't want nothing at all If it ain't you baby If I ain't got you baby Some people want diamond rings Some just want everything But everything means nothing If I ain't got you Some people want it all But I don't want nothing at all If it ain't you baby If I ain't got you baby Some people want diamond rings Some just want everything But everything means nothing If I ain't got you If I ain't got you with me baby Nothing in this whole wide world don't mean a thing If I ain't got you with me baby YouTube => Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You
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    jane kya chahe mann bawara

    feeling blue feeling blue feeling blue my heart just cant be cant be true ohhh cant be true my heart just cant be cant be true jaane kya chahe mann bawara akhiyan mere sawan chalaa... akhiyan mere sawan chala jane kya chahe man bawara jane kya chahe mann bawara akhiyan mere sawan chala feeling blue feeling bluee my heart just cant be cant be true saghan aanchal sara aur hove sajan aansu van me kya jor hove saghan aanchal sara aur hove sajan aansu van me kya jor hove kya jor hove apne jiyaa pe... mann to mara yeh man chala jane kya chahe mann bawara jane kya chahe man bawara akhiyan mere sawan chala akniyan mere sawan chala pawan purva me yunh udata jave badra chanda se mann judata jave pawan purva me yunh udata jave badra chanda se mann judata jave aave hava ka jonka fir eisa tute patang ki dor sa jane kya chahe mann bawara jane kya chahe mann bawara akhiyan mere sawan chala akhiyan mere sawan chala feeling blue feelng blue feeling blue my heart just cant be cant be true ohhh cant be true my heart just cant be true
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    Collected Shayries

    Jab se aapko jana hai, Jab se aap sa dost paya hai, Har dua me aap ka naam aaya hai, Dil karata hai punchu us rab se k, Kya itna pyara dost sirf mere liye bana hai.
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    Collected Shayries

    hum tumhara intezaar karte hi reh gaye, tumhare judaai ko sehte hi reh gaye, dil thamne ki koshish ki magar , ye kambakht aansu behte hi reh gaye ...... Aankho me rahne walo ko yaad nahi karte, dil me rehne walo ki baat nahi karte. Humari to rooh me bas gaye a Woh, tabhi to hum milne ki fariyad nahi karte.
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    Collected Shayries

    U tho hum kisi ka picha nahi karte, darde dil diya or liya nahi karte, itfak ki baat hai ye dil tuj par aagya, warna itne kimte cheez kisi ko diya nahi karte
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    Love over Friendship??

    Hey guys, Why do people choose love over friendship even when the basis of love is friendship even when friendship has love too even when friendship supports when love hurts even when love is nothing without friendship ?? We would like some real honest answers..... Alongside, your responses to a real life situation : A guy is in love with a girl who is also his best friend. If she refuses (for whatever reasons) , how fair is it for the boy to leave the friendship? How fair is it for the girl to suffer in losing a friend just because he fell in love with her? Speak up folks, your thoughts matter!!
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    Dil ki awaaz

    Ret pe naam kabhi hum likhte nahin, Ret pe likhe naam kabhi tikte nahin. Log kehte hain hum Patthar-Dil hain, Lekin Patthar pe likhe naam kabhi mitte nahi. ********************************************* Raat hogi to chand duhai dega, Khawabon mein aapko woh chehra dikhai dega, Yeh mohabbat hai zara sochke karna, Ek aansoo bhi gira toh sunai dega.
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    Funny SMS

    Main uski yaad mein ban gaya baraf ka gola Main uski yaad mein ban gaya baraf ka gola aur vo boli ki Thanda matlab "Coca Cola" !!! sure u'll like this one : Is Dil mein yaadon ke mele hain Tum bin hum bahut akele hain Sab kuch chor kar tumhe msg karte hain dekho hum kitne vele hain !!!! aap ko miss karna roz ki baat hai aap ko yaad karna aadat ki baat hai aap se door rehna kismat ki baat hai magar aap ko jhelna himmat ki baat hai .............. Teri yaad mein humne kalam uthaayi liya paper aur tasveer aapki bnayi socha tha ki usko dil se laga kar rakhenge magar vo to bacho ko draane ke kaam aayi...