Saturday, October 18, 2008

listen to mye heart

Listen to my heart,
 can you hear it sing,
 Come back to me
 and forgive everything.

If I know what love is, 
it is because of you.
Since love grows within you,
 so beauty grows.
 For love is the beauty of the soul.

love is a fire
it warm your hearth,
love is a fire.
it burn your heart.

love last for eternity,
it confound all notion of time
efface all memory of a beginning,
all fear of an end.

Listen to my heart,
 can you hear it sing,
 Come back to me
 and forgive everything.

                             RISHABH SHUKLA
                             BTECH 2ND YEAR

Friday, October 17, 2008

आज का दिन बहुत खास गुजरा कुछ तनहा मगर कुछ ..............

Thursday, October 16, 2008

good luck on exams...

well, it's exam time, and I just wanna wish you all good luck on exams... as for me, I too have to face these exams, and I don't feel like cramming for it. So I'm just gonna go in there with an open mind, and hopefully I'll do fine. By the way, it's DIP which is pretty straight forward,
I don't like those questions in which you have to yell whatever you have mugged up whole last night..... but again good luck to ya'll...

and to the people that are too young to take exams means first year, just wait, be calm n cool and to the people who are out of college, lucky ones...

Vikas Bajpai

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

I Dream To Become A Great Man

I was born as a poor boy and grew up in the street without the care, guidance and supervision of my beloved parents. I have experienced an empty stomach, being almost naked, existing without permanent shelter and without proper education.

As a young man, with deprived and some sad experiences of life, I started to think of innovation and dream for my future. I dream to become famous, I dream to become a great man!

Yes, I to dream to become a great man, a great man with power and authority; a great man like Abraham Lincoln, Brian Tracy, Benjamin Franklin, Dave Higgins, John Maxwell, Manuel Quezon, Martin Luther King Jr., Og Mandino, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill.

Yes, I dream to become a great man because I want to have a change and improvement, a change and improvement to my beloved country, a change and improvement to the lives of the needy.

I thought to become a great man was to have power and authority, power and authority over the lives of the people, power and authority to become their lord and master.

But now I realize that to become a great man, it is not to become the lord of their lives, instead the lord of good example.

I also realized that to become a great man it is not to become the master of their lives, instead a master of change in helping to improve their way of living.

Now, with these precious thoughts that are still fresh in my mind, I am thankful to my beloved Creator for helping me to realize this.

Another thing is that to become a great man, is to change and improve first myself. Not be a self-centered, lord and master to others, instead a lord and master of my own self.

I realize that by changing my own self, I can gradually change my own destiny. I realize that by changing my own self, I can gradually brighten up my future.

Lo! Today I will live as if it is my last. I will improve my character, my skills, my talents and myself. I will serve and help others with love and care and I will become great!

Yes, I will become a great man if I will think about the good of others before myself. For only in serving, helping, loving, and sharing the blessings from Above, I can finally win the hearts, favors and support from my beloved human being. And my name will be hailed forever in the pyramid and pages of history!


" Encourage someone today. Be an Angel to somebody today. Be a Blessing to those who deserve it and those who do not, because you may never know whose life you are turning around. Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see."

Don't Wait Until You Retire To Do What You Love

Are You Doing What You Love Each and Every Day?

It is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day stress of everyday life: deadlines to meet, schedules to keep, unexpected expenses, conflicts to resolve, illness of loved ones, to name a few. Amidst all this, it is easy to for me to lose sight of why I do what I do - my purpose for being.

I discovered my passion and my purpose over seven years ago. It was the catalyst for starting my business, The Center for Balanced Living in 1996. It is what led me to my purpose, which is to empower you to live out your dreams with ease and abundance.

Sometimes I get caught up in the external factors and forget to focus on what is really important. It is then that I must remind myself why I am here. It is a grounding place for me. I teach my clients to look to their life for their passions and purpose. That is certainly where mine came from and I have found it to be true for many others.

A lot of different threads weave through my story, but the most obvious and first I can remember centered around my life while I was growing up, and most specifically my dad. I'd like to share that story with you now.

I always had the impression my dad was unhappy. Actually, miserable is more the way I would describe him. He was mostly unhappy about his jobs… all of them that I can remember.

I vividly remember my dad coming home from work, with his shoulders hunched over and his head hanging low. He would walk right past a mosaic picture of horses pulling a carriage through the snow. Looking exhausted and sad, he would sit down at the kitchen table and say to my mom, "Charlie (that's what he called her), I can't take it anymore. I want to quit my job!"

And I can remember my mom, who was looking after our security and well-being in the best way she knew how, saying, "Just hang in there Mac. Stick it out! We need the money!" And I can remember thinking, 'Yeah! Hang in there! We need the money!' We didn't have much money in those days.

This story repeated itself year after year, as my dad persevered. The last two years of his career were literally a countdown to retirement at age 65. My dad retired at age 65. Two years later, he did some introspective thinking at the prompting of his daughter.

At age 67, my dad declared himself an artist. I can still remember the moment he told me. My eyes got teary as I recalled the beautiful, mosaic picture on their living-room wall.

You see my dad made that mosaic picture, but I never saw him working on it. He created it before I was born. It was a beautiful mosaic, made of thousands of small hand-cut tiles.

My dad had always been an artist but had suppressed that talent for most of his life while he strove to earn a living for his family. He worked in the garment industry in New York, and then the carpet industry in Florida.

I often wonder what would have been possible if my dad had worked out a way to utilize his artistic abilities in his jobs. He had always been a good employee; he might have been a happy one too.

For a while my dad was happier than I had ever seen him. He carved wood etchings and gave them away as gifts. He traveled to places he had never seen. He also made more money in his investments than he did at his jobs. I am glad he had that short time period when he was happy.

Unfortunately, it wasn't too long before my dad's health started to decline. Eventually, he lost patience and could no longer focus on his artwork. His health began to deteriorate and he passed away on September 9, 2003. He was 76 years old.

My dad waited until he retired to do what he loved. It was a small window in the whole continuum of his life. That is why, more than ever, I strongly urge people to move forward now -- don't wait until you retire to do what you love.

We all tend to live as if we have forever, but really, who knows our time allotment? Are you doing what you love to do? If not, what is one action step you can take today to move you forward?

Do you know your purpose in life? If so, take the time today to get re-grounded in it. If not, take the time to reflect on what you want to contribute in this lifetime. Consider hiring a coach to help you discover it

Blogs and Diary writing.........

Blogs have been around for what…10 years now? Blogs actually started way before the Internet ever existed and if you used to write or still do write in a diary, you’re technically blogging. If you’re unfamiliar with what a diary is, it’s basically a small little book for your to jot down your daily life encounters. You be writing in the diary about how you met a girl or boy at school or how you failed a class. These daily notes are what reminds you of what happened during that time and is usually kept for years. As you reach your adulthood, you most likely have forgotten about it because writing in diaries were a thing in the past. Once you find your childhood diary, it’s the thing that brings back a lot of memories and flashbacks, but I can now say that writing in a diary just isn’t a childhood thing anymore.

It’s the 21st century now and written diaries are old news because with Internet, there are blogs. A blog is basically a web log or in other words, a place for you to rant and keep track of your memories. When blogs came out, a lot of people took advantage of the Internet to give a new feel to diary writing.

There are still a lot of online blog diaries that are being used by people to keep track of things, but the only problem is nothing is private anymore. A diary used to be a well kept notebook or notepad that was secretly hidden. There aren’t a lot of diary writers that actually tell their friends that they utilize a diary to keep track of things because the majority of the time, the notes in the diary are very personal.

My Quote 4 all busy people-

"Find sometime for the dear ones in your life, else one day you will find time, but not the dear ones to share it........"

Vikas Bajpai
CS Final Year

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Recession: No need to worry

The world seems to be in a topsy-turvy state right now, with banks folding left, right and centre, or else being propped up uncomfortably by national governments.

The knock-on effects of the 'credit crunch' are hard to predict, but one thing that's certain is that sadly a lot more jobs are going to be lost in the coming months.

I'm no economist, but I'd like to offer my 2c worth here on how writers can best survive and even prosper in these tough times. In particular, I'd like to offer two pieces of practical advice...

The first is to diversify. In times of recession (which is where the world seems to be headed right now) no business is safe. And in the publishing world, many are already feeling the pinch as people cut back on 'luxuries' such as books.

So it must make sense to have a variety of sources of income. If books are your main writing interest, then, consider trying your hand at articles and short stories as well. Conversely, if you're mainly an article writer, why not look at other options as well, e.g. writing an e-book and selling it on the Internet?

In my view, every writer should have a broad portfolio of projects. This might, for example, include books, articles, short stories, Internet writing, comedy writing, TV scriptwriting, advertising copywriting, and so on. That way, if a particular market vanishes or a regular client goes to the wall, you still have plenty of other irons in the fire.

And, of course, there is no reason why you can't have some non-writing-related sidelines as well. When I started out as a full-time freelance writer, many moons ago, I also sold copyright-free artwork packs by mail order. That business eventually died as electronic clip-art became the norm, but in my early days I was very grateful for the extra income it provided. Nowadays, the Internet offers lots of potential sideline-earning opportunities - check out my Pseudotube site and my Squidoo Lens which explains about it, for example.

Moving on, my second piece of advice is to invest in the best and safest place you possibly can: yourself!

In uncertain times, you need to build up your palette of skills, to increase your employability (if you're seeking a job) or offer a wider range of services (if you work for yourself). Learning new skills can also provide a means for earning extra cash in its own right.

So it's important to invest some time - and, yes, money as well - in developing your skills. A writer seeking to diversify might want to build (or improve) their skills in other areas of writing, such as comedy writing, self-publishing, TV or movie scriptwriting, copywriting, travel writing, and so on. If you're interested in any of these, by the way, you could do a lot worse than check out WCCL's WriteStreet website.

It's also worth developing skills in related areas, e.g. HTML and website design. These days I do a lot of work writing content for company websites. While I'm never going to be an expert web designer, I know enough HTML to insert formatting codes, check hyperlinks, and so on. Allying this with my writing skills has helped to generate a lot of extra work for me. There are courses you can take at many local colleges, or by distance learning, or online. One free resource for learning HTML I highly recommend is PageTutor.

But whatever method you choose, the returns from investing in yourself can be far greater than any stock market investment, and with far less risk. I think that the twin methods of diversifying and investing in yourself should be at the heart of every writer's strategy for surviving the current economic crisis.

Vikas Bajpai
CS Final Year

From the Author's desk:::::

“Diary-writing isn’t wholly good for one … It leads to living for one’s diary instead of living for the fun of living as ordinary people do”. James Agate 1877-1947, British drama critic and novelist.

Regardless of the fact that diary-writing can be part of the fun of living, the observation is certainly appropriate, since when dealing with actions or passions in life our challenge is always the right measure, and even if we sometimes (or often) wallow in them (our passions etc.) it is good we keep this well in mind.

"Early-morning diary-writing. Again."

Dear Diary:

My shoulder's definitely about to die. But I've got a microphone on my computer now! I've always wanted to know what I sound like singing so I'm going to try that today, once Bro left. I found such a lovely song whilst shopping yesterday. I'd heard it so many times before and I was like "wow. Turns out it's actually their one song that everybody knows. Except me, I had heard it loads but wasn't sure what it was. Although I feel bad randomly asking people to lend me stuff. I've never done that before.

aveen Market! It was great. I bought two shirts, one blue frilly one and one stripy. The stripy one's not so great, I mainly bought it as a bit of retail therapy. Got a grey jumper and a pair of jeans. The greyness of the jumper reminds me of lovely things. I don't even know why. That one Monday in the park, especially. But, best of all, I bought The Pigeon Detectives album Mr. Green. It's one of the better CDs I've ever bought.

I have a weird spot on the back of my leg and it's itching. Lovely. singing.

Monday, October 13, 2008

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मूल मंत्र

बने रहो पगला , काम करेगा अगला!

बने रहो लुल्ल , सैलरी पाओ फुल !

मत लो टेंशन , नही तो फॅमिली पायेगी पेंशन !

काम से दरो नही , काम को करो नही !

काम करो या करो , काम की फीक्र जरूर करो !

....और फीकर करो करो , जीक्र जरूर करो !

Vikas Bajpai
CS Final Year

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Should we reject the American way of life?

Give your views in context of this topic in the form of your comments:::::::::

With its rise to the position of “hyperpower,” the global reach of the United States of America has become beyond doubt.


Moving towards the American way of life necessarily means the slow decay of individual national cultural identities.No culture in the world can survive in unchanging. In order to survive, the cultures of the world have always - and must always - adapted to new conditions and realities.

From the Author's Desk::::::::

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blood guns and diamond

Recently i start mye next project on a story....
so i think soon it will be published in mye blog "" 
well apart of writing stories i have added 5 more paragraphs in my diary.

plot of this story is terrorism in a country somalia and story has 2 important and main characters
"Ethan" & "Nadeem"....
Nadeem is a blacklist citizen of somalia and Ethan is a european smuggler
and Ethan help Nadeem to save his son from terrorist....
the main part of this story-line is a"DIAMOND".......
so wait coming soon......