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    Friday 13 October 2017

    The animal kingdom harbors many parenting secrets. Compared with humans, animals have both unique and similar ways of parenting their offspring. For instance, elephants rely on young females to act as babysitters for their young calves–sound familiar?
    Not everything animal parents do is identical to human parents. For instance, the Panda bear commonly gives birth to two babies but she only raises one. Before you go thinking Panda moms are callous and cruel, it’s not that at all. Instead, out in the rough and tough wild mothering one baby requires all of the resources a Panda has to offer. Her decision boils down to one healthy baby or two weak babies.
    Not everything is bleak out in the wild, in fact few things are. It appears animals enjoy raising their young just as much as us furless humans! Check out these photos of the cutest parenting moments in the animal kingdom to see just how much fun animal families have living life on the wild side.
    This Polar Bear cuddles her baby close, her thick claws and foreboding paws keeping a tight grip on her sweet little cub. 
    David Lazar shot this stunning image of two lionesses living in the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya. The two adoringly gaze at their baby sibling, with pride often reserved to parents. 
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    How cute are they?!?!
    This mama helps her baby to stay afloat as they go for a swim in the waters they call home.
    How about a nap now? 
    Baby squirrels are so small and hairless you can hardly tell what they are–but this mama knows her baby when she sees him.
    What is under this mommy’s colorful wings–2 sleepy chicks!
    This is one strong possum carting around 6 babies on her back, while simultaneously scaling a fence–you go mom! 
    “Wait up Ma!” This Fox hollers, clinging tight to his mommy’s bushy fox tail.
    Elephants are the only other species (besides us humans) that visits the graves of their deceased loved ones. You can only imagine how much love elephants have for their offspring. This adorable pair link trunks as they travel onward.
    How Bear-y cute are these two?!
    Parents always know best–this loving mother swan tucks her babies under her wings where they will stay warm and dry while traveling across the pond.
    Crocodiles are not often considered “cute” but despite their scaly skin and forbidding sharp teeth, turns out they are family-orienated! Udayan Rao Pawar, was voted Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2013 after he snapped the photo below of a croc family. He camped out on the banks of the Chambal River in India in order to see 2 gharial crocodile colonies. While the animal sightings at the Chambal River are incredible, the area is threatened by illegal sand-mining and fishing.
    Play Time! This big mama finds her baby cub’s ticklish spots!
    Penguins use a buddy system to help watch over their young, adults take turns forming groups around baby penguins in order to keep them safe and warm.
    No butts about it, these two are definitely related.
    As mom and dad share a passionate embrace, the little one begs for some attention around here. 
    Peek-a-Boo–Did someone say FISH?!?!  These two grizzly bears play in deep water, baby isn’t afraid, she knows she has her mom there to protect her. 
    “But I’m already clean!”
    Papa bear teaches his cub some things he doesn’t want mom to know about when they get back to the den later. 
    Has anyone seen my baby chick? 
    While mama hunts for some food, baby decides now is a nice time to take a nap. 
    When you become a parent (human or animal) you realize that the one thing greater than enjoying a good meal is feeding a good meal to your children.
    You might think this bird has one too many legs, but think again….

    Never underestimate your Clients’ Complaint, no matter how funny it might seem!

    This is a real story that happened between the customer of General Motors and its Customer-Care Executive. Please read on
    A complaint was received by the Pontiac Division of General Motors:
    This is the second time I have written you, and I don’t blame you for not answering me, because I kind of sounded crazy, but it is a fact that we have a tradition in our family of ice cream for dessert after dinner each
    night. But the kind of ice cream varies so, every night, after we’ve eaten, the whole family votes on which kind of ice cream we should have and I drive down to the store to get it.
    It’s also a fact that I recently purchased a new Pontiac and since then my trips to the store have created a problem. You see, every time I buy vanilla ice cream, when I start back from the store my car won’t start. If I get any other kind of ice cream, the car starts just fine.
    I want you to know I’m serious about this question, no matter how silly it sounds: ‘What is there about a Pontiac that makes it not start when I get vanilla ice cream, and easy to start whenever I get any other kind?'”
    The Pontiac President was understandably skeptical about the letter, but sent an engineer to check it out anyway. The latter was surprised to be greeted by a successful, obviously well educated man in a fine neighborhood. He had arranged to meet the man just after dinner time, so the two hopped into the car and drove to the ice cream store. It was vanilla ice cream that night and, sure enough, after they came back to the car, it wouldn’t start.
    The engineer returned for three more nights. The first night, the man got chocolate. The car started. The second night, he got strawberry. The car started. The third night he ordered vanilla. The car failed to start.
    Now the engineer, being a logical man, refused to believe that this man’s car was allergic to vanilla ice cream. He arranged, therefore, to continue his visits for as long as it took to solve the problem. And toward this end he began to take notes: he jotted down all sorts of data, time of day, type of gas used, time to drive back and forth, etc. In a short time, he had a clue: The man took less time to buy vanilla than any other flavor. Why? The answer was in the layout of the store.
    Vanilla, being the most popular flavor, was in a separate case at the front of the store for quick pickup. All the other flavors were kept in the back of the store at a different counter where it took considerably longer to find the flavor and get checked out. Now the question for the engineer was why the car wouldn’t start when it took less time.
    Once time became the problem — not the vanilla ice cream — the engineer quickly came up with the answer: vapor lock. It was happening every night, but the extra time taken to get the other flavors allowed the engine to cool down sufficiently to start. When the man got vanilla, the engine was still too hot for the vapor lock to dissipate.
    Moral of the story: 
    Even crazy looking problems are sometimes real and all problems seem to be simple only when we find the solution, with cool thinking.

Wednesday 11 January 2017

An Old man

A Businessman was deep in debt and could not see any way out.

Creditors and Suppliers were demanding payments. He sat in the park, deep in thought, wondering if anything could save his company from bankruptcy.

Suddenly an old man appeared before him and asked,
"I can see that something is troubling you seriously".

After listening patiently the old man said,
"I believe I can help you".
He asked the man his name, wrote out a Cheque and put it into his hands saying,

"Take this money, meet me here exactly one year from today... and you can pay me back at that time".

Then he turned and disappeared as quickly as he had come.

The businessman saw in his hands a cheque for $ 500,000... signed by Warren Buffet, one of the richest men in the world.

"I can erase my worries instantly" he realized.

But instead, the man decided to put the uncashed Cheque in his safe, knowing that it might give him the strength to work out to save his business and to use this only in case of dire emergency.

With changed thinking he negotiated better deals,restructured his business and worked rigorously with full zeal and enthusiasm and got several big deals.

Within few months, he was out of debt and started making money once again.
Exactly one year later he returned to the park with the uncashed cheque.

As agreed, the old man appeared.

But just as the businessman was about to hand him back the cheque and share his success story, a nurse came running up and grabbed the old man.
"I’m so glad I caught him" she cried.
"I hope he hasn’t been bothering you much.
He always escapes from the mental hospital and tells people that he is Warren Buffet",
saying this she took the old man away.

The surprised man just stood there, stunned!
All year long he had been dealing thinking that
he had half a million dollars behind him...

Its not the money, real or imagined that turns our life around.
It is our Self-confidence that gives us the power to achieve anything...

Tuesday 1 December 2015

Check Yourself ...and Cheer her.

A boy, age 7, slipped on the road and fell. 'Everyone' laughed out loud at him.

He started crying out of shame while his eyes were searching for someone. That someone suddenly hugged him tight and wiped his eyes and pouring nose. It was his mother who was cursing 'Everyone' around for laughing at her kid.     

After 33 years, one fine day when, she slipped and fell down on the same road. The reaction from people was unchanged.

The only change was that, this time her eyes were searching for someone and that someone was cursing her standing remotely for embarrassing him in front of 'Everyone'  :( 

Time for you to treat her like a new born baby, She is new to this fast moving and easy forgetting Generation. She spent all her time to answer your silly questions and now she needs your attention more than your GF silly talks.  She deserves more share of your life than any one.

Saturday 14 November 2015

Password @ A Pill for a #Positive Life.

How a Password Changed my Life ... A true story from the Reader’s Digest ...

I was having a great morning until I sat down in front of my office computer. “Your password has expired”, a server message flashed on my screen, with instructions for changing it. Coming up with a new code doesn’t seem like a big deal, unless you work at my company, where we have to change it monthly, using at least one uppercase character, one lower case character, one symbol and one number. Oh and the password can’t be fewer than eight characters. And I can’t use any of the same passwords I’ve used in the past three months.

Suddenly I was furious. What didn’t make it any better was that I was deeply depressed after my recent divorce. Disbelief over what she had done to me was what I thought all day.

That didn’t mean anything to the empty field with the pulsating cursor, waiting for me to type a password that I have to re-enter many times – for the next 30 days. I remembered a tip I’d heard from my former boss. He’d said, “I’m going to use a password that is going to change my life”. I couldn’t focus on getting things done in my current mood. There was clear indication that I needed to regain control over my life, but I couldn’t heed them. My password became the indicator. My password reminded me that I shouldn’t let myself be a victim of my recent breakup and that I was strong enough to do something about it.

I made my password – F0rgive@her. I had to type this password several times every day, each time my computer would lock. Each time I came back from lunch I wrote forgive her. The simple action changed the way I looked at my ex-wife. That constant reminder of reconciliation led me to accept the way things happened and helped me deal with my depression. As one month wore on, I felt a slow healing began to take place. By the time the server prompted me to change my password following month, I felt free.

The next time I had to change my password I thought about the next thing that I had to get done. My password became Quit@smoking4ever .

It motivated me to follow my goal and I was able to quit smoking.

One month later, my password became Save4trip@europe, and in three months I was able to visit Europe.

Seeing how reminders helped me materialize my goals kept me motivated and excited. While its sometimes difficult to come up with your next goal, keeping at it brings great results.

After a few months my password was 

lifeis#beauT1ful !!!

Life is going to change again.

Everyone has a Story in Life.

A 20 year old boy seeing out from the train’s window shouted… “Dad, look the trees are going behind!” Dad smiled and a young couple sitting nearby, looked at the 20 year old’s childish behavior with pity, suddenly he again exclaimed…

“Dad, look the clouds are running with us!” The couple couldn’t resist and said to the old man… “Why don’t you take your son to a good doctor?” The old man smiled and said…“I did and we are just coming from the hospital, my son was blind from birth, he just got his eyes today.

Every single person on the planet has a story. Don’t judge people before you truly know them. The truth might surprise you.

Wednesday 4 November 2015

Money from Around the World.

“Money is not the most important thing in the world. Love is. Fortunately, We all love Money.”

Afghanistan Money (AFA)
Albania Money (ALL)Algeria Money (DZD)American Samoa Money (USD)Andorra Money (EUR)Angola Money (AOA)Anguilla Money (XCD)Antarctica MoneyAntigua and Barbuda Money (XCD)Argentina Money (ARS)Armenia Money (AMD)Aruba Money (AWG)Australia Money (AUD)Austria Money (EUR)Azerbaijan Money (AZM)Bahrain Money (BHD)Bangladesh Money (BDT)Barbados Money (BBD)Belarus Money (BYB/BYR)Belgium Money (EUR)Belize Money (BZD)Benin Money (XOF)Bermuda Money (BMD)Bhutan Money (BTN; INR)Bolivia Money (BOB)Bosnia and Herzegovina Money (BAM)Botswana Money (BWP)Brazil Money (BRL)
British Virgin Islands Money (USD)Brunei Money (BND)Bulgaria Money (BGN)Burkina Faso Money (XOF)Burma Money (MMK)Burundi Money (BIF)Cambodia Money (KHR)Cameroon Money (XAF)Canada Money (CAD)Cape Verde Money (CVE)Cayman Islands Money (KYD)Central African Republic Money (XAF)Chad Money (XAF)Chile Money (CLP)China Money (CNY)Christmas Island Money (AUD)
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Money (AUD)Colombia Money (COP)Comoros Money (KMF)Cook Islands Money (NZD)
Costa Rica Money (CRC)Cote d’Ivoire Money (XOF)Croatia Money (HRK)Cuba Money (CUP)Cyprus Money (CYP; )Czech Republic Money (CZK)Democratic Republic of the Congo Money (CDF)Denmark Money (DKK)
Djibouti Money (DJF)Dominica Money (XCD)Dominican Republic Money (DOP)East Timor Money (IDR)Ecuador Money (USD)Egypt Money (EGP)El Salvador Money (USD)Equatorial Guinea Money (XAF)Eritrea Money (ERN)Estonia Money (EEK)Ethiopia Money (ETB)Falkland Islands Money (FKP)Faroe Islands Money (DKK)Fiji Money (FJD)Finland Money (EUR)France Money (EUR)French Guiana Money (EUR)French Polynesia Money (XPF)Gabon Money (XAF)
Georgia Money (GEL)Germany Money (EUR)Ghana Money (GHC)Gibraltar Money (GIP)Greece Money (EUR)Greenland Money (DKK)Grenada Money (XCD)Guadeloupe Money (EUR)Guam Money (USD)Guatemala Money (GTQ; USD)Guernsey Money (GBP)Guinea Money (GNF)Guinea-Bissau Money (XOF)Guyana Money (GYD)Haiti Money (HTG)Holy See Money (EUR)Honduras Money (HNL)Hong Kong Money (HKD)Hungary Money (HUF)Iceland Money (ISK)India Money (INR)Indonesia Money (IDR)Iran Money (IRR)Iraq Money (NID)Ireland Money (EUR)Israel Money (ILS)Italy Money (EUR)Jamaica Money (JMD)
Japan Money (JPY)Jersey Money (GBP)Jordan Money (JOD)Kazakhstan Money (KZT)Kenya Money (KES)Kiribati Money (AUD)North Korea Money (KPW)South Korea Money (KRW)
Kuwait Money (KD)Kyrgyzstan MoneyLaos Money (LAK)Latvia Money (LVL)Lebanon Money (LBP)Lesotho Money (LSL; ZAR)Liberia Money (LRD)Libya Money (LYD)Liechtenstein Money (CHF)Lithuania Money (LTL)Luxembourg Money (EUR)Macau Money (MOP)Macedonia Money (MKD)Madagascar Money (MGF)Malawi Money (MWK)Malaysia Money (MYR)Maldives Money (MVR)Mali Money (XOF)Malta Money (Eur)Isle of Man Money (GBP)Marshall Islands Money (USD)Martinique Money (EUR)Mauritania Money (MRO)Mauritius Money (MUR)Mayotte Money (EUR)Mexico Money (MXN)Micronesia Money (USD)Moldova Money (MDL)Monaco Money (EUR)Mongolia Money (MNT)
Montserrat Money (XCD)Morocco Money (MAD)Mozambique Money (MZM)Namibia Money (NAD; ZAR)Nauru Money (AUD)Nepal Money (NPR)Netherlands Money (EUR)Netherlands Antilles Money (ANG)New Caledonia Money (XPF)New Zealand Money (NZD)Nicaragua Money (NIO)Niger Money (XOF)Nigeria Money (NGN)Niue Money (NZD)Norfolk Island Money (AUD)Northern Mariana Islands Money (USD)Norway Money (NOK)Oman Money (OMR)Pakistan Money (PKR)Palau Money (USD)Panama Money (PAB; USD)Papua New Guinea Money (PGK)Paraguay Money (PYG)Peru Money (PEN)Philippines Money (PHP)Pitcairn Islands Money (NZD)Poland Money (PLN)Portugal Money (EUR)Puerto Rico Money (USD)Qatar Money (QAR)
Reunion Money (EUR)Romania Money (RON)Russia Money (RUR)Rwanda Money (RWF)Saint Helena Money (SHP)Saint Kitts and Nevis Money (XCD)Saint Lucia Money (XCD)Saint Pierre and Miquelon Money (EUR)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Money (XCD)Samoa Money (SAT)San Marino Money (EUR)Sao Tome and Principe Money (STD)Saudi Arabia Money (SAR)Senegal Money (XOF)
Seychelles Money (SCR)Sierra Leone Money (SLL)Singapore Money (SGD)Slovakia Money (SKK)Slovenia Money (EUR)Solomon Islands Money (SBD)Somalia Money (SOS)South Africa Money (ZAR)
Spain Money (EUR)Sri Lanka Money (LKR)Sudan Money (SDD)Suriname Money (SRD)Svalbard Money (NOK)Swaziland Money (SZL)Sweden Money (SEK)Switzerland Money (CHF)Syria Money (SYP)Taiwan Money (TWD)Tajikistan Money (somon)Tanzania Money (TZS)Thailand Money (THB)The Bahamas Money (BSD)The Gambia Money (GMD)Togo Money (XOF)Tokelau Money (NZD)Tonga Money (TOP)Trinidad and Tobago Money (TTD)Tunisia Money (TND)Turkey Money (YTL)Turkmenistan Money (TMM)Turks and Caicos Islands Money (USD)Tuvalu Money (AUD)Uganda Money (UGX)Ukraine Money (UAH)United Arab Emirates Money (AED)United Kingdom Money (GBP)United States of America Money (USD)Uruguay Money (UYU)Uzbekistan Money (UZS)Vanuatu Money (VUV)Venezuela Money (VEB)Vietnam Money (VND)Virgin Islands Money (USD)
Wallis and Futuna Money (XPF)Western Sahara Money (MAD)Yemen Money (YER)Zambia Money (ZMK)Zimbabwe Money (ZWD)