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Art of giving

It's very unpleasant to see how diverse our society is.. One section of it has everything from food to clothes, in surplus while the other craves even for a one time meal. This makes me think whether we humans justify humanity by letting this huge gap between us. Of course we cant change things singlehandedly but together we can surely make a difference.I believe in "giving". I like to share whatever I have with others. There is a myth that more we'll acquire things, more satisfied we'll be, but in reality it is totally opposite. You cannot be content by achieving more and more. It'll just set new goals. No matter how rich you become in life, it'll not give you a guarantee happiness. So what gives a guarantee happiness? I think "sharing" does.Businessmen do charities in form of money, that's very kind, but money is not just everything a person requires. For instance, my friend used to visit an old age home weekly. What do you think these oldies at their sixties or seventies look for. Of course it's not money, it's the little attention from others, a little time of yours that makes them happy. Does it cost much? Not at all. Therefore, We should motivate ourselves to indulge more and more in "giving" activities without expecting anything in return. This will give you that much needed joy and happiness. After all, what is the use of money if it cannot put a smile on someone's face. I believe, art of "giving" is definitely the art of living. What do you guys think what gives you satisfaction? Please share your views and experiences.
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my best friend's birthday

It's my bf's birthday and I have written a ooem for her.Here it goes-The day was as usual very busy,Mrs. Singla was teaching how to make algebra easy.Deepak came in with a big smile,And spoke out loud there admitted a new feminine.All the lads started with their style,To see the new girl in a while.You came in the class asking for books,All I remember is your crazy tomboy looks..You greeted me with a casual hi,And I gave the look which you called wry.Days passed, there was not much interaction,Because you know I didn't want any distraction.We both hadn't interest in Akbar's historyI believe that really improved our chemistry.I was slapped for not remembering Newton's law,I couldn't hide the tears you just saw.You consoled me till the very end,There after you became my best friend.Popcorn discussions on the last bench during Hindi period,I miss those days when we were undoubtedly so weird.Kaakoli ma'am showed a lot of anger,But who cares,we were enjoying the splendor.Some morons were jealous,But we took pride,What they didn't know is Grass was actually greener on our side.Time has changed sharply after the school,A cheese burger alone can no longer make us drool.Fine were those days when we used to do bunk,Now without school, life became a junk.Number of meetings have reduced exponentially,Perhaps the cruel time has played its part successfully.But it doesn't really matter how often we meet,Because the bond in between is impossible to split .You are the best thing that has ever happened to me,Please never ever let me go,it's a plea.No one can make me feel the way you do,My bestest friend, happy birthday to you.
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The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong. This is one of the great lines of MAHATMA GANDHI who believed that how wiser you are is a direct measure of how easily you can forgive others. On the eve of his jayanti (anniversary) I want to pay my little tribute to our bapu (endearment for father) who sacrificed his life for giving us something which wouldn't be possible otherwise. It's the much needed freedom.Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi also known as Mahatma (high souled) was born on 2nd October, 1869 in Porbandar village of Gujrat, India. He inspired people to such an extent that we have an ideology named after him i.e Gandhism although he didnot approve of the notion of it. Satya (truth) and ahimsa (nonviolence) are two of it's major weapons. He stated that the most important battle to fight was overcoming his own demons, fears and insecurities. He always urged people to never use violence as violence is something that symbolises cowardice according to him. Simplicity is another major aspect of Gandhism. As he wrote "simple living and high thinking is the best way of life", he did the same by challenging the entire British empire wearing a dhoti throughout his life. He led some of the crucial Indian Independence movements which include famous 400km Dandi March. He also fought for women rights and against untouchability which were then a major concern. Above all, his objective was to achieve Swaraj or self-rule.Today, he may not be present with us but his ideas are. He was the one who taught me that "Truth is God".Happy Birthday baapu..Jai Hind !P.S: I may or may not be wrong with the information given above .P.S.S: suggest correction if there is any error involved.
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