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WE NEED TO FIND WORK WHICH IS IN HARMONY WITH OUR INNER SELVES TO BE AT PEACE. ~ RAJESH M.PARIKH, DIRECTOR, PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH, JASLOK HOSPITAL, MUMBAI (BUSINESS WORLD 14 APRIL 2008, page 71)
DENIAL CAN BE THE GREATEST HURDLE THAT LEADERS FACE IN BECOMING SELF-AWARE. ~ MANAB BOSE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – TAMARA CAPITAL ADVISORS, MUMBAI (BUSINESS WORLD 14 APRIL 2008, page 70)
TRY NOT TO BECOME A MAN OF SUCCESS, BUT RATHER TO BECOME A MAN OF VALUE. HE WHO IS CONSIDERED SUCCESSFUL IN OUR DAYS GETS MORE OUT OF LIFE THAN HE PUTS IN. BUT A MAN OF VALUE WILL GIVE MORE THAN HE RECEIVES. ~ ALBERT EINSTEIN
THE VALUES THAT FORM THE BASIS OF TRUE LEADERSHIP ARE DERIVED FROM PERSONAL BELIEFS AND CONVICTIONS. ~ MANAB BOSE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – TAMARA CAPITAL ADVISORS, MUMBAI (BUSINESS WORLD 14 APRIL 2008, page 70)
I DON’T THINK ANY COMPANY IS INTERESTED IN REPEATING THE EXPERIENCE OF BEAR STEARNS. ~ BEN BERRNANKE, US FEDERAL RESERVE (BUSINESS WORLD, 14 APRIL 2008, page 11)
NEVER LET FLOWERS OR FRIENDSHIPS DIE FOR LACK OF ATTENTION.
CARRY A LIST IN YOUR WALLET OF THE MEDICINES YOU AND YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS ARE ALLERGIC TO.
WHEN THE RACE GETS HARD TO RUN, IT MEANS YOU JUST CAN’T TAKE THE PACE. ~ BOB MARLEY (The Times of India, June 30, 2008, page 9)
WHEN TWO PEOPLE DECIDE TO GET DIVORCE, IT ISN’T A SIGN THAT THEY “DON’T UNDERSTAND” ONE ANOTHER, BUT A SIGN THAT THEY HAVE, AT LAST, BEGUN TO. ~ HELEN ROWLAND (The Times of India, June 30, 2008, front page)
THE LAST GLIMMERS OF TIBETAN CULTURE ARE IN DANGER OF BEING EXTINGUISHED BY RESTRICTIONS ON LANGUAGE AND THE BREAKNECK PACE OF DEVELOPMENT. ~ IAN BURUMA (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.28)
THERE IS NO SUCH THING IN NORTH KOREA AS NON-POLITICAL SPORTS OR CULTURE. IAN BURUMA (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.28)
GREAT SPIRITS HAVE ALWAYS ENCOUNTERED VIOLENT OPPOSITION FROM MEDIOCRE MINDS. ~ ALBERT EINSTEIN (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
TILL YOU CHANGE HOW YOU ARE, YOU WILL HAVE WHAT YOU’VE GOT. ~ JIM ROHN (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
SOMETHING PLEASE TELL ME I’M WRONG ABOUT IMPERMANENCE, WRONG THERE IS NO UNBROKEN BELIEVABLE THING ON THIS EARTH. ~ IAN BURUMA (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.28)
ALWAYS LOOK AT WHAT YOU HAVE LEFT. NEVER LOOK AT WHAT YOU HAVE LOST. ~ ROBERT H SCHULLER (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
ALL OF US PERFORM BETTER AND MORE WILLINGLY WHEN WE KNOW WHY WE’RE DOING WHAT WE HAVE BEEN TOLD OR ASKED TO DO. ~ ZIG ZIGLAR (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
BE NOT AFRAID OF LIFE. BELIEVE THAT LIFE IS WORTH LIVING AND YOUR BELIEF WILL HELP CREATE THE FACT. ~ WILLIAM JAMES (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
INTEGRITY IS THE FOUNDATION UPON WHICH ALL OTHER VALUES ARE BUILT. ~ ANONYMOUS (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
MOVE OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE. YOU CAN ONLY GROW IF YOU ARE WILLING TO FEEL AWKWARD AND UNCOMFORTABLE WHEN YOU TRY SOMETHING NEW. ~ BRIAN TRACY (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
WHATEVER LIBERATES OUR SPIRIT WITHOUT GIVING US SELF-CONTROL IS DISASTROUS. ~ GOETHE (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
ABILITY MAY GET YOU TO THE TOP, BUT IT TAKES CHARACTER TO KEEP YOU THERE. ~ STEVIE WONDER (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
FLOWING WATER NEVER GOES STALE, SO JUST KEEP ON FLOWING. ~ BRUCE LEE (The Times of India, New Delhi edition, June 22,2008, page no.27)
RESEARCH THE WEB TO BECOME A MORE INFORMED CUSTOMER BEFORE MAKING ANY SIZABLE PURCHASE.
GIVE YOUR EMPLOYEES ALL THE RESPONSIBILITY THEY CAN HANDLE. THEN HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR PERFORMANCE.
TO HELP YOUR CHILDREN BECOME FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE, LET THEM SEE YOU DEMONSTRATING GOOD MONEY MANAGEMENT.
REMEMBER THAT THE MORE YOU LOVE SOMEONE, THE BETTER YOUR MANNERS SHOULD BE.
I DON’T KNOW, I DON’T CARE, AND IT DOESN’T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE! ~ ALBERT EINSTEIN (The Times of India, 22 June, 2008)
WHEN UNSURE OF YOUR RESPONSE, SAY, “LET ME THINK ABOUT THAT.”
I WOULD NEVER DIE FOR MY BELIEFS BECAUSE I MIGHT BE WRONG. ~ BERTRAND RUSSELL (The Times of India, June 21, 2008, page 9)
INVEST IN INFLATION. IT’S THE ONLY THING GOING UP. ~ GEORGE WILL (The Times of India, June 21, 2008, front page)
REMEMBER THAT GOOD IDEAS OFTEN MAKE UP FOR LACK OF EXPERIENCE.
I DON’T LIKE MYSELF, I’M CRAZY ABOUT MYSELF. ~ MAE WEST (The Times of India, June 20, 2008, page 11)
RESPOND TO ALL THE GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS YOU RECEIVE, EVEN IF IT’S JUST A CARD.
EVERY MARRIAGE OF AN INTELLECTUAL WITH THE COMMUNIST PARTY ENDS IN ADULTERY. ~ NICOLAS GOMEZ DAVILA (The Times of India, June 20, 2008, front page)
WE SHOULD ALWAYS BE DISPOSED TO BELIEVE THAT THAT WHICH APPEARS WHITE IS REALLY BLACK, IF THE HIERARCHY OF THE CHURCH SO DECIDES. ~ ST IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA (The Times of India, June 19, 2008, Front Page)
HEAVEN GOES BY FAVOUR, IF IT WENT BY MERIT, YOU WOULD STAY OUT AND YOUR DOG WOULD GO IN. ~ MARK TWAIN (The Times of India, June 19, 2008, Page 12)
TIME HAS A WAY OF TAKING TIME. ~ DAVE MUSTAINE (The Times of India, June 18, 2008, Page 11)
I WASN’T AFFECTED BY INFLATION. I HAD NOTHING TO INFLATE. ~ GERALD BARZAN (The Times of India, June 18, 2008, Front Page)
REMEMBER THAT IF PEOPLE GOSSIP WITH YOU, THEY WILL GOSSIP ABOUT YOU.
I AM FREE OF ALL PREJUDICES. I HATE EVERYONE EQUALLY. ~ W C.FIELDS (The Times of India, June 17, page 7)
NEVER GO TO BED ANGRY…..STAY UP AND PLOT YOUR REVENGE. (The Times of India, June 16, page 9)
I’M ALWAYS ON THE PHONE BECAUSE I’M USUALLY NOT WITH THE PEOPLE I WANT TO BE WITH. ~ NATALIE PORTMAN (The Times of India, June 17, Front page)
DO YOUR JOB AND DO IT RIGHT, LIFE’S A BALL. T V TONIGHT. ~ FRANK ZAPPA (The Times of India, June 14, page 14)
THE ADVANTAGE OF THE RAIN IS THAT, IF YOU HAVE QUICK BIKE, THERE IS NO ADVANTAGE ~ BARRY SHEENE (The Times of India, June 16, Front page)
THE BEST THING ONE CAN DO WHEN IT’S RAINING IS TO LET IT RAIN. ~ H W. LONGFELLOW (The Times of India, June 14, Front page)
I’D LOVE TO SELL OUT COMLETELY. IT’S JUST THAT NOBOBY HAS BEEN WILLING TO BUY. ~ JOHN WALTER (The Times of India, June 12, Front page)
LEARNING TO BE LESS REACTIVE DOESN’T ONLY RELIEVE THE STRESS OF THOSE YOU’RE REACTING TO, IT MAKES YOUR LIFE MUCH LESS STRESSFUL AND MORE PEACEFUL.
THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WISE MAN AND A FOOL WHEN THEY FALL IN LOVE. ~ ANONYMOUS (www.about.com)
ANY TIME NOT SPENT IN LOVE IS WASTED. ~ TORQUATO TASSO (www.about.com)
A MAN FALLS IN LOVE THROUGH HIS EYES; A WOMAN THROUGH HER EARS. ~ WOODROW WYATT (www.about.com)
LOVE COMFORTETH LIKE SUNSHINE AFTER RAIN. ~ WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (www.about.com)
AT THE TOUCH OF LOVE, EVERYONE BECOMES A POET. ~ PLATO (www.about.com)
YOU NEVER LOSE BY LOVING. YOU ALWAYS LOSE BY HOLDING BACK. ~ BARBARA DE ANGELIS (www.about.com)
YOU CALL IT MADNESS, BUT I CALL IT LOVE. ~ DON BYAS (www.about.com)
ALL MANKIND LOVE A LOVER. ~ RALPH WALDO EMERSON (www.about.com)
GATHER THE ROSE OF LOVE WHILST YET IS TIME. ~ EDMUND SPENSER (www.about.com)
TO BE LOVED, BE LOVABLE. ~ OVID (www.about.com
THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS IS FREEDOM, AND THE SECRET OF FREEDOM IS COURAGE. ~ THUCYDIDES (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
TO LOVE DEEPLY IN ONE DIRECTION MAKES US MORE LOVING IN ALL OTHERS. ~ SWETCHINE (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
SOW GOOD SERVISES: SWEET REMEMBRANCES WILL GROW FROM THEM. ~ DE STAEL (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
IT IS THE TEST OF A GOOD RELIGION WHETHER YOU CAN JOKE ABOUT IT. ~ GILBERT K CHESTERTON (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
IT’S NOT WHAT YOU PAY A MAN, BUT WHAT HE COSTS YOU THAT COUNTS. ~ WILL ROGERS (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE IS TO KNOW YOURSELF. ~ THALES (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
HE THAT CAN COMPOSE HIMSELF, IS WISER THAN HE THAT COMPOSES BOOKS. ~ BEN FRANKLIN (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
WHEN WE CLING TO PAIN WE END UP PUNISHING OURSELVES. ~ LEO F BUSCAGLIA (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
POSITIVE ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN NEGATIVE NOTHING. ~ ELBERT HUBBARD (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
WITHOUT DEVIATION FROM THE NORM, PROGRESS IS NOT POSSIBLE. ~ FRANK ZAPPA (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
NOTHING SHOWS A MAN’S CHERACTER MORE THAN WHAT HE LAUGHS AT. ~ GOETHE (The Times of India, Page 27, 15/June/2008)
BE OPEN TO CHANGE, BUT NEVER UNDERESTIMETE THE IMPORTANCE OF TRADITION.
HAVE A PLACE IN YOUR HOME WHERE YOU ALWAYS PUT YOUR MAIL, WALLET, AND KEYS.
DON'T WAIT TO BE ASKED. WHEN YOU SEE A NEED, ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES AND GET TO WORK.
YOU MUST FIND TOUR OWN PATH TO QUIETNESS: IT COULD BE THROUGH PRAYER OR MEDITATION OR ENJOYING NATURE, YOGA, RUNNING, GARDENING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING - NAY WAY THAT YOU FIND TIME TO CONNECT WITH YOUR SPIRIT.
THEY’D LOWER THE TAXES AND GET RID OF THE SMOG AND CLEAN UP TRAFFIC MESS, I REALLY BELIEVE I’D SETTLE HERE UNTIL THE NEXT EATHQUAKE. ~ GROUCHO MARX (The Times of India, June 11, 2008, front page)
KNOW YOUR LIMITATIONS AND BE CONTENT WITH THEM, TOO MUCH AMBITION RESULTS IN PROMOTION TO A JOB YOU CAN’T DO. ~ DAVID BRENT (The Times of India, June 10, 2008, page no.11)
THERE ARE WORSE THINGS IN LIFE THAN DEATH. HAVE YOU EVER SPENT AN EVENING WITH AN INSURANCE SALESMAN? ~ WOODT ALLEN (The Times of India, June 10, 2008, front page)
LEARN ALL YOU CAN ABOUT YOUR COMPETITION.
AM I AS I SEEM? OH NO ~ BILLY CORGAN (The Times of India, June 11, 2008, page no.11)
THE PARADOX IS, THAT IT’S MUCH EASIER TO IMAGINE THE END OF ALL LIFE ON EARTH THAN A MUCH MORE MODEST RADICAL CHANGE IN CAPITALISM.~ SLAVOJ ZIZEK (The Times of India, page – 28, June 8, 2008)
WHAT I HATE ABOUT THESE LIBERAL , PSEUDO-LEFT, BEAUTIFUL SOUL ACADEMICS IS THAT THEY ARE DOING FULLY AWARE THAT SOMEBODY ELSE WILL DO THE JOB FOR THEM. ~ SLAVOJ ZIZEK (The Times of India, page – 28, June 8, 2008)
WORRY NEVER ROBS TOMORROW OF ITS SORROW, IT ONLY SAPS TODAY OF ITS JOY. ~ LEO BUSCAGLIA (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
MY WHOLE ECONOMY OF WRITING IS IN FACT BASED ON AN OBSESSIONAL RITUAL TO AVOID THE ACTUAL ACT OF WRITING. ~ SLAVOJ ZIZEK (The Times of India, page – 28, June 8, 2008)
FRIENDS MAY COME AND GO, BUT ENEMIES ACCUMULATE. ~ THOMAS JONES (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
ACTION MAY NOT ALWAYS BRING HAPPINESS; BUT THERE IS NO HAPPINESS WITHOUT ACTION. ~ BENJAMIN DISRAELI (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
HOW ON EARTH ARE YOUEVER GOING TO EXPLAIN IN TERMS OF CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS SO IMPOARTANT A BIOLOGICAL PHENOMENON AS FIRST LOVE ? ~ ALBERT EINSTEIN (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE MISSED, YOU HAVE GAINED SOMETHING ELSE, AND FOR EVERYTHING YOU GAIN, YOU LOSE SOMETHING ELSE. ~ RALPH WALDO EMERSON (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
LOVE AND KINDNESS ARE NEVERWASTED. THEY ALWAYS MAKE A DIFFERENCE. THEY BLESS THE ONE WHO RECEIVES THEM, AND THEY BLESS YOU, THE GIVER. ~ BARBARA DE ANGELIS (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
EXPERIENCE IS THE NAME EVERY ONE GIVES TO THEIR MISTAKES. ~ OSCAR WILDE (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
LAUGHTER IS THE SHORTEST DISTANCE BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE. ~ VICTOR BORGE (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8,2008)
THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF FAILURES – THOSE WHO THOUGHT AND NEVER DID, AND THOSE WHO DID AND NEVER THOUGHT. ~ LAURENCE J.PETER (The Times of India, Page – 27, June 8, 2008)
REALITY LEAVES A LOT TO THE IMAGINATION ~ JOHN LENNON (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 8, 2008)
WHY DO WE PAY PSYCHOTHERRAPY WHEN MASSAGES COST HALF AS MUCH ? ~ JASON LOVE (The Times of India, Front Page, June 9, 2008)
EVEN IF YOU ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK, YOU’LL GET RUN OVER IF YOU JUST SIT THERE ~ WILL ROGERS (The Times of India, Page – 9, June 9, 2008)
VOLUNTEER TO HELP ORGANIZE YOUR NEXT CLASS REUNION .
FOR SAFETY’S SAKE, ALWAYS HAVE YOUR KEY IN YOUR HAND BEFORE YOU REACH YOUR CAR, OFFICE, OR HOUSE.
IN ORDER TO FEEL CONTENT, WE MUST FIND A WAY TO MERGE OUR SPIRITUAL SELVES INTO OUR MATERIAL WORLD. WE ARE, AFTER ALL, SPERITUAL BEINGS HAVING HUMAN EXPERIENCE.
WE DON'T DRIVE CARS UNTIL THEY RUN OUT OF OIL OR GAS; WE MAINTAIN THEM SO THEY DON'T CONK OUT ON US. IN A SIMILAR WAY, WE NEED TO AVOID TAKING ON MORE AND MORE STREE UNTIL WE REACH THE BREAKING POINT FROM ALL THE PRESSURE.
SOMETIMES I ALMOST FEEL JUST LIKE A HUMAN BEING. ~ ELVIS COSTELLO (The Times of India, June 5, 2008, page no.09)
Today is "WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY" – June 5, 2008
YOUR BODY IS BUILT FOR WALKING. ~ GARY YANKER (The Times of India, June 5, 2008, front page)
DON’T BE TOO QUICK TO JUDGE.
THE ONLY MAN WHO MAKES NO MISTAKES IS THE MAN WHO NEVER DOES ANYTHING. ~ THEODORE ROOSEVELT (The Times of India, June 4, 2008, Page no.9)
I WOULDN’T RECOMMEND SEX, DRUGS OR INSANITY FOR EVERYONE, BUT THEY’VE ALWAYS WORKED FOR ME. ~ HUNTER S.THOMPSON (The Times of India, June 4, 2008, Front page)
REMEMBER, NOTHING IS BARGAIN IF YOU DON’T NEED IT. ~ ANONYMOUS
I HATE EVERYTHING. THE WORLD OWES ME. ~ BILLY JOE ARMSTRONG (The Times of India, page no.11, June 3, 2008)
MORDERN TECHNOLOGY OWES ECOLOGY AN APOLOGY. ~ ALAN M EDDISON (The Times of India, front page, June 3, 2008)
WHEN YOUR CHILDREN JOIN SPORTS TEAM, MAKE SURE THEY UNDERSTAND THAT THEY HAVE MADE A COMMITMENT TO FINISH THE SEASON. ~ ANONYMOUS
GRATITUDE IS THE FAIREST BLOSSOM WHICH SPRINGS FROM THE SOUL. ~ HENRY WARD BEECHER (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
BEFORE EVERY MATCH, I HAVE A POSITIVE SELF-TALK. I TELL MYSELF THAT I AM THE BEST, AND NO ONE CAN BEAT ME. ~ SHIKHAR DHAWAN (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.27)
I COUNT HIM BRAVER WHO OVERCOMES HIS DISIRES THAN ONE HIS ENEMIES, FOR THE HARDEST VICTORY IS OVER SELF. ~ ARISTOTLE (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
WHEN ONE DOOR CLOSES, ANOTHER OPENS: BUT WE OFTEN LOOK SO LONG AND SO REGRETFULLY UPON THE CLOSED DOOR THAT WE DO NOT SEE THE ONE WHICH HAS OPENED FOR US. ~ ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
THE WISE MAN IN THE STORM PRAYS GOD, NOT FOR SAFETY FROM DANGER, BUT FOR DELIVERANCE FROM FEAR. ~ RALPH WALDO EMERSON (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
THE SUCCESSFUL PERSON MAKES A HABIT OF DOING WHAT THE FAILNG PERSON DOSEN’T LIKE TO DO. ~ THOMAS A.EDISON (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
THE BEST WAY TO CHEER YOURSELF UP IS TO TRY TO CHEER SOMEBODY ELSE UP. ~ MARK TWAIN (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
TO BRING UP A CHILD IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO, TRAVEL THAT WAY YOURSELF ONCE IN A WHILE. ~ JOSH BILLINGS (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
USE WHAT TALENTS YU HAVE. THE WOODS WOULD BE SILENT IF NO BIRDS SANG THERE EXCEPT THOSE THAT SONG BEST. ~ HENRY VAN DYKE (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
HE WHO WANTS A ROSE MUST RESPECT THE THORN. ~ ANONYMOUS (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
ALL YOU NEED IN THIS LIFE IS IGNORANCE AND CONFIDENCE, AND THEN THE SUCCESS IS SURE. ~ MARK TWAIN (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 02/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
MAN IS A GENIUS WHEN HE IS DREAMING. ~ AKIRA KUROSAWA (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 01/06/08, PAGE NO.09)
THE TRILL IS IN THE CHASE, NOT THE QUARRY. ~ PROVERB (THE TIMES OF INDIA, DATED 02/06/08, FRONT PAGE)