lostgirlfromheartstrings

lostgirlfromheartstrings Lives in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India

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"Tumse pyaar kya kr baithe.. Hum to aine se aise chipak baithe, jaise ki wo loha aur hum chumbak ho.!!"

Tumse pyaar kya kr baithe..
Hum to aine se aise chipak baithe, 
jaise ki wo loha aur hum chumbak ho.!!

#NojotoMeme

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"The would-be father was walking to and fro in front of the operation theatre while the would-be mother was lying on a bed inside the operation theatre. **After few minutes, Their baby's unheard cries in heaven brought a smile on their faces, For all they wanted was a boy and she turned out to be a girl.."

The would-be father was walking to and fro in front of the operation theatre while the would-be mother was lying on a bed inside the operation theatre.


**After few minutes,

Their baby's unheard cries in heaven brought a smile on their faces, 
For all they wanted was a boy and she turned out to be a girl..

#Galti #FathersDay #Pain #girl

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""Abhi mujhme kahi baaki h thodi si zindagi" Tere laut aane ki aas m h yeh zindagi, Tujhse hi h meri bandagi, Tere intzaar m katrahi meri yeh zindagi, Abhi mujhme kahi baaki h thodi si zindagi"

"Abhi mujhme kahi baaki h thodi si zindagi"


Tere laut aane ki aas m h yeh zindagi,
Tujhse hi h meri bandagi,
Tere intzaar m katrahi meri yeh zindagi,
Abhi mujhme kahi baaki h thodi si zindagi

#songs #sonunigam #agneepath #songsweek

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"DREAM A grade 5 teacher asked her class to tell about their dreams. While some wanted to be doctors, some replied engineers and so on when a girl stood up and said, "I want my own happy family". Hearing this, the class burst into laughter. No wonder none of them knew about her hardships of being lonely only child of separated parents."

DREAM

A grade 5 teacher asked her class to tell about their dreams. While some wanted to be doctors, some replied engineers and so on when a girl stood up and said, "I want my own happy family". Hearing this, the class burst into laughter. 


No wonder none of them knew about her hardships of being lonely only child of separated parents.

Dream

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"On this occasion of children’s day, I would like to share with you all a memory of mine: I was a student of class 4 at that time. I transferred to a new school for some personal reasons. Till then I belonged to a state board school, but then got transferred to a CBSE missionary school. Though boards didn’t matter too much at that stage, but the system was different. I used to feel little displaced or awkward for there was a strict rule of English speaking in and around campus and I was poor at it. Even the classes held were in total English and I lagged back in academics too (though not much). The main experience was I remember giving a class test in general knowledge subject in which I scored 7/10 and the passing marks were 8. As a punishment, I had to get my test papers signed by my parents. I got a scolding at home, “you must have studied hard”. This was all my uncle said. It hurt me so bad (in a positive way), that I got motivated and prepared so hard that I got into top 3 in my next test. This is best motivational childhood memory of mine that motivates me every time I feel down. #NojotoQuote"

On this occasion of children’s day, I would like to share with you all a memory of mine:

I was a student of class 4 at that time. I transferred to a new school for some personal reasons. Till then I belonged to a state board school, but then got transferred to a CBSE missionary school. Though boards didn’t matter too much at that stage, but the system was different. I used to feel little displaced or awkward for there was a strict rule of English speaking in and around campus and I was poor at it. Even the classes held were in total English and I lagged back in academics too (though not much). 

The main experience was I remember giving a class test in general knowledge subject in which I scored 7/10 and the passing marks were 8. As a punishment, I had to get my test papers signed by my parents. I got a scolding at home, “you must have studied hard”. This was all my uncle said. It hurt me so bad (in a positive way), that I got motivated and prepared so hard that I got into top 3 in my next test.

This is best motivational childhood memory of mine that motivates me every time I feel down. #NojotoQuote

childhood memories
On this occasion of children’s day, I would like to share with you all a memory of mine:
I was a student of class 4 at that time. I transferred to a new school for some personal reasons. Till then I belonged to a state board school, but then got transferred to a CBSE missionary school. Though boards didn’t matter too much at that stage, but the system was different. I used to feel little displaced or awkward for there was a strict rule of English speaking in and around campus and I was poor at it. Even the classes held were in total English and I lagged back in academics too (though not much).
The main experience was I remember giving a class test in general knowledge subject in which I scored 7/10 and the passing marks were 8. As a punishment, I had to get my test papers signed by my parents. I got a scolding at home, “you must have studied hard”. This was all my uncle said. It hurt me so bad (in a positive way), that I got motivated and prepared so hard that I got into top 3 in my next test.
This is best motivational childhood memory of mine that motivates me every time I feel down.

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