Thursday, 31 January 2013

Re: [HM:255662] "Colgate Toothpaste" subliminal advertisement

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[HM:255661] Prophet Mohammad said this 1400 yrs ago!


Prophet mohammad said this 1400 yrs ago!
Assala-mu-Alaikum




Take a look.... Now this is told 1400yrs ago!!!!


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Camels will no longer be used as a means of transport;

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People will ride on saddles that aren't saddles (cars?)

* The distance on earth will become short;

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Horses will not be used in wars;

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Muslims will defeat the Byzantines which will end with the conquest of Constantinople Istanbul);

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The Jews will gather again to live in Bilad Canaan;

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Very tall buildings will be built;

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The disappearance of knowledge and the appearance of ignorance, with much killing;

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Adultery will become widespread, and the drinking of wine will become common;

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The number of men will decrease and the number of women will increase until there are 50 women to be looked after by one man.

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Islam will become worn out like clothes are, until no one will know what fasting, prayer, charity and rituals are;

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Allah will send a disease to fornicators that will have no cure (Aids?);

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People will begin to believe in the stars and reject AL QADAR (THE DIVINE DECREE OF DESTINY);

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Men will pass by people's graves and say: 'Would that I were in his place'; (large amount of sucidal deaths?)

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The Euphrates will uncover a mountain of gold for which people will fight over (the river of Alfurat that lies near Syria );

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Two large groups of people will fight one another, and there will be many casualties; they will both be following the same religion World War II?);

* Approximately 30 DAJJALS will appear, each one claiming to be the messenger of ALLAH;

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Earthquakes will increase; * Time will pass quickly;

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Afflictions will appear;

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Killing will increase;

* Wealth will increase;

* Women will be wearing clothes but not wearing clothes 

* THE PROPHET (saw) SAID: 'IF MY UMMAH BEARS 15 TRAITS (QUALITIES), TRIBULATION WILL FOLLOW IT.' (DAY OF JUDGEMENT) SOMEONE ASKED,'WHAT ARE THEY O MESSENGER OF ALLAH?' HE (saw) SAID:
* When any gain is shared out only among the rich, with no benefit to the poor;

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When a trust becomes a means of making profit;

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When paying ZAKKAT becomes a burden;

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When voices are raised in the mosque;

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When the leader of a people is the worst of them; when people treat a man with respect because what he may do;

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When much wine is drunk; red wind or the earth swallow them, or to be transformed into animals.'

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'IMRAN IBN HUSAYN SAID: 'THE PROPHET (AS) SAID, 'SOME PEOPLE OF THIS UMMAH WILL BE SWALLOWED BY THE EARTH, TRANSFORMED INTO ANIMALS, AND SOME WILL BE BOMBARDED WITH STONES'. ONE OF THE MUSLIMS ASKED, WHEN WILL THAT BE O MESSENGER Of ALLAH?' HE SAID, 'WHEN SINGERS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WILL BECOME POPULAR, AND MUCH
WINE IS DRUNK.'' THE GREATER SIGNS OF THE HOUR The Quran will disappear in one night, even from the people's hearts, and no Ayah will be left on earth. (Some groups of old people will be left who will say: 'We heard of fathers' saying 'LAILLAHA ILLA ALLAH' so we repeat it);
 * The appearance of the MAHDI;

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The appearance of the DAJJAL (Anti Christ);

* The appearance of Ya'juj and Ma'juj (biblical Gog and Magog);


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Isa (Jesus) will come during the time of Dajjal;

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The rising of the sun from the west;

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The destruction of the Ka'ba and the recovery of its treasures;

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The smoke. Just remember- Allah is watching you. Prayer Wheel, Let's see the devil stop this one! Here's what the wheel is all about. When you receive this, say a prayer for the person that sent it to you.... There are no costs, but wonderful rewards.... Let's continue praying for one another.

As we look at this article we realize how true the Messenger (P.B.U.H) was these signs were prophesied 1400 years ago!!!
 



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Wednesday, 30 January 2013

[HM:255660] Amazing Events In Pictures



 





http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-albatross_2463909k.jpg

A 'crab's-eye' view of a laysan albatross taking off on a beach on the Pacific island of Midway Atoll



http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-snow-monkey_2463928k.jpg
Japanese macaques bathing in the hot springs at Jigokudani Hot Spring Park in Nagano, Japan



http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02460/potd-flipper_2460763k.jpg
As the mercury plunged to -10 degrees in Novosibirsk, Siberia, flocks of people donned pairs of fins and battled it out to cross the finishing line first in the annual flipper race

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-sledge_2463930k.jpg
Participants take off on their sled during the traditional Schnablerrennen sledge race in a valley near the Bavarian village Gaissach, southern Germany

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-budha_2463892k.jpg
A man cleans a Buddha statue in preparation for the Lunar New Year celebrations in Satya Buddha Temple in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-cat_2463885k.jpg
A girl walks past a poster featuring a cat during the Athens 21st International Cat Show

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02460/potd-fashion-2_2460770k.jpg
A model presents a creation by French designer Jean Paul Gaultier during the Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2013 collection shows in Paris

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-ganges_2463876k.jpg
A Hindu devotee takes a holy bath at Sangam, the meeting point of Indian holy rivers of Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati, during the Maha Kumbh festival in Allahabad, India

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02463/potd-plane-sun_2463931k.jpg
A pilot performs aerial acrobatics at the Ilopango Air Show in San Salvador

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02460/potd-lion_2460748k.jpg
Photographer Wayne Marinovich took this photo of a lion cub nuzzling its older brother in the Masai Mara in Kenya

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02460/potd-mermaid_2460735k.jpg
A woman dressed as a mermaid dives in to a pool at the International Boat Show in Duesseldorf

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02459/potd-san-fran_2459609k.jpg
Photographer Mark Brodkin took this photograph of fog engulfing the Golden Gate Bridge, in San Francisco

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02459/potd-spongebob_2459119k.jpg
A Sponge Bob Square Pants character is helped up a flight of stairs during the 2013 London Toy Fair at Olympia Exhibition Centre in London

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02459/potd-sledge-2_2459128k.jpg
Tasha Hepple takes off on her sledge after snowfall in Pitlochry, central Scotland



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Re: [HM:255659] Re: View this page "Rules & regulations"

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I am a new member here and i'll follow the rules.

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Re: [HM:255670] MY LOVE STORY

Happy birthday friend

On Jan 29, 2013 2:53 AM, "Anji" <anji.july31@gmail.com> wrote:
Hey guys i turn 29 on 29th january,that is today.I mean today is my birthday.

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[HM:255654] Re: View this page "Rules & regulations"

Dear Moderator,

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Tuesday, 29 January 2013

[HM:255652] 8 Things Remarkably Successful People Do

I'm fortunate to know a number of remarkably successful people. I've described how these people share a set of specific perspectives and beliefs.

They also share a number of habits:

1. They don't create back-up plans.

Back-up plans can help you sleep easier at night. Back-up plans can also create an easy out when times get tough.

You'll work a lot harder and a lot longer if your primary plan simply has to work because there is no other option. Total commitment--without a safety net--will spur you to work harder than you ever imagined possible.

If somehow the worst does happen (and the "worst" is never as bad as you think) trust that you will find a way to rebound. As long as you keep working hard and keep learning from your mistakes, you always will.

2. They do the work...

You can be good with a little effort. You can be really good with a little more effort.

But you can't be great--at anything--unless you put in an incredible amount of focused effort.

Scratch the surface of any person with rare skills and you'll find a person who has put thousands of hours of effort into developing those skills.

There are no shortcuts. There are no overnight successes. Everyone has heard about the 10,000 hours principle but no one follows it... except remarkably successful people.

So start doing the work now. Time is wasting.

3.  ...and they work a lot more.

Forget the Sheryl Sandberg "I leave every day at 5:30" stories. I'm sure she does. But she's not you.

Every extremely successful entrepreneur I know (personally) works more hours than the average person--a lot more. They have long lists of things they want to get done. So they have to put in lots of time.

Better yet, they want to put in lots of time.

If you don't embrace a workload others would consider crazy then your goal doesn't mean that much to you--or it's not particularly difficult to achieve. Either way you won't be remarkably successful.

4. They avoid the crowds.

Conventional wisdom yields conventional results. Joining the crowd--no matter how trendy the crowd or "hot" the opportunity--is a recipe for mediocrity.

Remarkably successful people habitually do what other people won't do. They go where others won't go because there's a lot less competition and a much greater chance for success.

5. They start at the end...

Average success is often based on setting average goals.

Decide what you really want: to be the best, the fastest, the cheapest, the biggest, whatever. Aim for the ultimate. Decide where you want to end up. That is your goal.

Then you can work backwards and lay out every step along the way.

Never start small where goals are concerned. You'll make better decisions--and find it much easier to work a lot harder--when your ultimate goal is ultimate success.

6. ... and they don't stop there.

Achieving a goal--no matter how huge--isn't the finish line for highly successful people. Achieving one huge goal just creates a launching pad for achieving another huge goal.

Maybe you want to create a $100 million business; once you do you can leverage your contacts and influence to create a charitable foundation for a cause you believe in. Then your business and humanitarian success can create a platform for speaking, writing, and thought leadership. Then...

The process of becoming remarkably successful in one field will give you the skills and network to be remarkably successful in many other fields.

Remarkably successful people don't try to win just one race. They expect and plan to win a number of subsequent races.

7. They sell.

I once asked a number of business owners and CEOs to name the one skill they felt contributed the most to their success. Each said the ability to sell.

Keep in mind selling isn't manipulating, pressuring, or cajoling. Selling is explaining the logic and benefits of a decision or position. Selling is convincing other people to work with you. Selling is overcoming objections and roadblocks.

Selling is the foundation of business and personal success: knowing how to negotiate, to deal with "no," to maintain confidence and self-esteem in the face of rejection, to communicate effectively with a wide range of people, to build long-term relationships...

When you truly believe in your idea, or your company, or yourself then you don't need to have a huge ego or a huge personality. You don't need to "sell."

You just need to communicate.

8. They are never too proud.

To admit they made a mistake. To say they are sorry. To have big dreams. To admit they owe their success to others. To poke fun at themselves. To ask for help.

To fail.

And to try again.

Jeff Haden learned much of what he knows about business and technology as he worked his way up in the manufacturing industry. Everything else he picks up from ghostwriting books for some of the smartest leaders he knows in business. @jeff_haden





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Re: [HM:255654] Story: Cute Student counts apples

On 1/29/13, Junaid Tahir <mjunaidtahir@gmail.com> wrote:
> A teacher teaching Maths to seven-year-old Laiq asked him, "If I give you
> one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you
> have?"Within a few seconds Laiq replied confidently, "Four!"
> The dismayed teacher was expecting an effortless correct answer (three).
> She was disappointed. "Maybe the child did not listen properly," she
> thought. She repeated, "Laiq, listen carefully. If I give you one apple
> and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?"
> Laiq had seen the disappointment on his teacher's face. He calculated
> again on his fingers. But within him he was also searching for the answer
> that will make the teacher happy. His search for the answer was not for
> the correct one, but the one that will make his teacher happy. This time
> hesitatingly he replied, "Four…"
> The disappointment stayed on the teacher's face. She remembered that
> Laiq liked strawberries. She thought maybe he doesn't like apples and that
> is making him loose focus. This time with an exaggerated excitement and
> twinkling in her eyes she asked, "If I give you one strawberry and one
> strawberry and one strawberry, then how many you will have?"
> Seeing the teacher happy, young Laiq calculated on his fingers again.
> There was no pressure on him, but a little on the teacher. She wanted her
> new approach to succeed. With a hesitating smile young Laiq enquired,
> "Three?"
> The teacher now had a victorious smile. Her approach had succeeded. She
> wanted to congratulate herself. But one last thing remained. Once again
> she asked him, "Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more
> apple how many will you have?"
> Promptly Laiq answered, "Four!"
> The teacher was aghast. "How Laiq, how?" she demanded in a little stern
> and irritated voice.
> In a voice that was low and hesitating young Laiq replied, "Because I
> already have one apple in my bag."
> *"**When someone gives you an answer that is different from what you expect
> don't think they are wrong. There maybe an angle that you have not
> understood at all. You will have to listen and understand, but never listen
> with a predetermined notion."*
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Re: [HM:255654] The Truth About Multitasking: How Your Brain Processes Information

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Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 11:00:28 AM GMT+0400
Subject: [HM:255651] The Truth About Multitasking: How Your Brain Processes Information

It's the gospel of productivity in a maxed-out world: Multitasking helps
you get more done faster.

"When you perform multiple tasks that each require some of the same
channels of processing, conflicts will arise between the tasks, and you're
going to have to pick and choose which task you're going to focus on and
devote a channel of processing to it," he explains.

Meyer has been at the forefront of research for several decades on how the
brain processes information and copes with multitasking. He has
investigated the brain's speed, accuracy and memory in information
processing while working with psychologist David Kieras for the Office of
Naval Research. A study Meyer co-wrote on the limitations of multitasking
("Executive Control of Cognitive Processes in Task Switching") went viral
in 2001, setting off the first awareness of the counterproductivity of
simultaneous activities.

Meyer's work has helped demonstrate that humans have distinct bandwidth
challenges, which can make multitasking problematic. It turns out the
brain's ability to process information is limited in a variety of ways --
from processing channels to limits on data volume, velocity and working
memory -- that confound true, simultaneous task actions.

Counter to common belief, you can't do two cognitively complicated tasks at
once, Meyer says. When you're on the phone and writing an e-mail at the
same time, you're actually switching back and forth between them, since
there's only one mental and neural channel through which language flows.
"If you have a complicated task, it requires all your attention, and if
you're trying to spread your attention over multiple tasks, it's not going
to work," he says.

That's heresy in a time-urgent world with the attention span of a macaque
on crack. Meyer admits that multitasking is not only getting more
prevalent, but it's also "very often highly inefficient and can be
dangerous to your health." Even the most adept multitasker will "crash and
burn" trying to resolve simultaneous conflicting demands, Meyer says. That
means you could wind up sending the wrong e-mail; blow an account; have a
"brownout," in which too much access to the cerebral grid shuts down
critical thinking; or worse, find yourself in a truly hazardous situation,
such as driving while using a cell phone.

"When you're driving, you have to use the language channel to talk, read
signs, plan your next move. If you're trying to have a cell phone
conversation while you're doing that, either the phone conversation will
suffer or the driving," Meyer says.

He points to the growing number of auto accidents caused by businesspeople
sending work texts from behind the wheel. The conflicts triggered by
incessant multitasking can set off chronic stress and slow you down,
shredding productivity. In fact, trying to complete two or more tasks at
once can take 50 percent more time or longer, depending on the complexity
of the tasks, Meyer says.

The good news is that there is hope for the attention-span-challenged, in
the form of self-regulation through better time management and scheduling. "If
you're disciplined enough, you can map out the usage of your time in a way
that minimizes your exposure to interruptions," Meyer explains.

Entrepreneurs are some of the most compulsive multitaskers--"macho master
multitaskers," as Meyer puts it -- but he says you'd be wise to cool the
scatterbrain jets and focus.

"If you want to be a creative entrepreneur, you ought to be setting aside
large chunks of time where you just think," he says. "Einstein was not
multitasking when he was dreaming up the special and general theories of
relativity."

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[HM:255651] The Truth About Multitasking: How Your Brain Processes Information

It's the gospel of productivity in a maxed-out world: Multitasking helps you get more done faster.

"When you perform multiple tasks that each require some of the same channels of processing, conflicts will arise between the tasks, and you're going to have to pick and choose which task you're going to focus on and devote a channel of processing to it," he explains.

Meyer has been at the forefront of research for several decades on how the brain processes information and copes with multitasking. He has investigated the brain's speed, accuracy and memory in information processing while working with psychologist David Kieras for the Office of Naval Research. A study Meyer co-wrote on the limitations of multitasking ("Executive Control of Cognitive Processes in Task Switching") went viral in 2001, setting off the first awareness of the counterproductivity of simultaneous activities.

Meyer's work has helped demonstrate that humans have distinct bandwidth challenges, which can make multitasking problematic. It turns out the brain's ability to process information is limited in a variety of ways -- from processing channels to limits on data volume, velocity and working memory -- that confound true, simultaneous task actions.

Counter to common belief, you can't do two cognitively complicated tasks at once, Meyer says. When you're on the phone and writing an e-mail at the same time, you're actually switching back and forth between them, since there's only one mental and neural channel through which language flows. "If you have a complicated task, it requires all your attention, and if you're trying to spread your attention over multiple tasks, it's not going to work," he says.

That's heresy in a time-urgent world with the attention span of a macaque on crack. Meyer admits that multitasking is not only getting more prevalent, but it's also "very often highly inefficient and can be dangerous to your health." Even the most adept multitasker will "crash and burn" trying to resolve simultaneous conflicting demands, Meyer says. That means you could wind up sending the wrong e-mail; blow an account; have a "brownout," in which too much access to the cerebral grid shuts down critical thinking; or worse, find yourself in a truly hazardous situation, such as driving while using a cell phone.

"When you're driving, you have to use the language channel to talk, read signs, plan your next move. If you're trying to have a cell phone conversation while you're doing that, either the phone conversation will suffer or the driving," Meyer says.

He points to the growing number of auto accidents caused by businesspeople sending work texts from behind the wheel. The conflicts triggered by incessant multitasking can set off chronic stress and slow you down, shredding productivity. In fact, trying to complete two or more tasks at once can take 50 percent more time or longer, depending on the complexity of the tasks, Meyer says.

The good news is that there is hope for the attention-span-challenged, in the form of self-regulation through better time management and scheduling. "If you're disciplined enough, you can map out the usage of your time in a way that minimizes your exposure to interruptions," Meyer explains.

Entrepreneurs are some of the most compulsive multitaskers--"macho master multitaskers," as Meyer puts it -- but he says you'd be wise to cool the scatterbrain jets and focus.

"If you want to be a creative entrepreneur, you ought to be setting aside large chunks of time where you just think," he says. "Einstein was not multitasking when he was dreaming up the special and general theories of relativity."

Read more stories about: Productivity, Multitasking, Thought Leaders

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Re: [HM:255654] Story: The father and his relation with Son

Awesome Story

On Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 1:35 AM, nitin verma <nvermaj@gmail.com> wrote:
This is an interesting story which each on eof us would have practically experienced

On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 9:56 AM, Junaid Tahir <mjunaidtahir@gmail.com> wrote:
An 65 year old man was sitting on the sofa in his house along with his 38 years old highly educated son. Suddenly a crow perched on their window.

The Father asked his Son, "What is this?"
 The Son replied "It is a crow".
 After a few minutes, the Father asked his Son the 2nd time, "What is this?"
 The Son said "Father, I have just now told you "It's a crow".
 After a little while, the old Father again asked his Son the 3rd time, what is this?"
 At this time some expression of irritation was felt in the Son's tone when he said to his Father with a rebuff. "It's a crow, a crow".
 A little after, the Father again asked his Son t he 4th time, "What is this?"
 This time the Son shouted at his Father, "Why do you keep asking me the same question again and again, although I have told you so many times 'IT IS A CROW'. Are you not able to understand this?"

A little later the Father went to his room and came back with an old tattered diary, which he had maintained since his Son was born. On opening a page, he asked his Son to read that page. When the son read it, the following words were written in the diary:-

"Today my little son aged three was sitting with me on the sofa, when a crow was sitting on the window. My Son asked me 23 times what it was, and I replied to him all 23 times that it was a Crow. I hugged him lovingly each time he asked me the same question again and again for 23 times. I did not at all feel irritated I rather felt affection for my innocent child".

While the little child asked him 23 times "What is this", the Father had felt no irritation in replying to the same question all 23 times and when today the Father asked his Son the same question just 4 times, the Son felt irritated and annoyed.

So, if your parents attain old age, do not repulse them or look at them as a burden, but speak to them a gracious word, be cool, obedient, humble and kind to them. Be considerate to your parents. From today say this aloud, "I want to see my parents happy forever. They have cared for me ever since I was a little child. They have always showered their selfless love on me. They crossed all mountains and valleys without seeing the storm and heat to make me a person presentable in the society today".

Say a prayer to God, "I will serve my old parents in the BEST way. I will say all good and kind words to my dear parents, no matter how they behave
 
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[HM:255649] Story: Cute Student counts apples

A teacher teaching Maths to seven-year-old Laiq asked him, "If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?"Within a few seconds Laiq replied confidently, "Four!"
The dismayed teacher was expecting an effortless correct answer (three).  She was disappointed.  "Maybe the child did not listen properly," she thought.  She repeated, "Laiq, listen carefully.  If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?"
Laiq had seen the disappointment on his teacher's face.  He calculated again on his fingers.  But within him he was also searching for the answer that will make the teacher happy.  His search for the answer was not for the correct one, but the one that will make his teacher happy.  This time hesitatingly he replied, "Four…"
The disappointment stayed on the teacher's face.  She remembered that Laiq liked strawberries.  She thought maybe he doesn't like apples and that is making him loose focus.  This time with an exaggerated excitement and twinkling in her eyes she asked, "If I give you one strawberry and one strawberry and one strawberry, then how many you will have?"
Seeing the teacher happy, young Laiq calculated on his fingers again.  There was no pressure on him, but a little on the teacher.  She wanted her new approach to succeed.  With a hesitating smile young Laiq enquired, "Three?"
The teacher now had a victorious smile.  Her approach had succeeded.  She wanted to congratulate herself.  But one last thing remained.  Once again she asked him, "Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more apple how many will you have?"
Promptly Laiq answered, "Four!"
The teacher was aghast.  "How Laiq, how?" she demanded in a little stern and irritated voice.
In a voice that was low and hesitating young Laiq replied, "Because I already have one apple in my bag."
"When someone gives you an answer that is different from what you expect don't think they are wrong.  There maybe an angle that you have not understood at all. You will have to listen and understand, but never listen with a predetermined notion."

 
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[HM:255649] Story: Mistake of senior executive

When John D Rockefeller ran the Standard Oil Company one of his senior executives made a mistake that cost over $2 million.
The other executives thought Rockefeller would come down heavy on him and probably fire him.  But he didn't.  Before he called the man in,
he sat down, took a notepad and wrote across the top of it: 'Points in favour of this man'.  Then he listed the man's strengths, including how he'd once helped the company make the right decision and earn them millions of dollars.  
One of the senior executives who witnessed it later said, 'Whenever I am tempted to rip into someone, I force myself to sit down and compile a list of the good qualities they have.  By the time I have finished, I have the right perspective.  And best of all, my anger is under control.  I can't tell you how many times this habit has prevented me from committing one of life's costliest mistakes-losing my temper.  I recommend it to anyone who must deal with people.  
So before you jump to conclusions about someone, stop and ask God for wisdom, then sit down and make a list of their best qualities.  If you do you may come to a different conclusion.  One thing is for sure, you'll approach them with the right attitude and you won't say things you'll later regret

 
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