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"Thought For The Day जिंदगी में अपनेपन का    पौधा लगाने से  पहले जमीन परख लेना    हर एक मिट्टी की  फितरत में वफा नहीं होती..  16 8 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  24.9k Views 9 mnths ago Image Of The DayAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayWhatsapp Quotes 6 0 0  Page 6   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  22.3k Views 10 mnths ago Whatsapp QuotesFacebook QuotesThought For The DayAaj Ka Suvichar 4 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Thoughts  35.6k Views 10 mnths ago Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Quotes And SayingsAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayFacebook QuotesQuotes And Sayings 10 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  29.3k Views 10 mnths ago Good Morning QuotesWhatsapp QuotesFacebook QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The Day 11 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Girls Quotes images  10.2k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiGood Morning QuotesFacebook QuotesThought For The Day 1 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Radha Krishna images  65.2k Views 10 mnths ago Facebook ImageWhatsapp DpGood Morning Shayari, गुड मॉर्निंग शायरीGood Morning 14 9 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  38.6k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp StatusGood Morning QuotesFacebook StatusNew QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The Day 18 2 0  Page 7   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar in hindi क्रोध हवा का वह झोंका है  जो बुद्धि के दीपक को बुझा देता है  रिश्ते चाहे कितने ही बुरे हो उन्हें   तोड़ना मत क्योंकि पानी चाहे  कतना भी गंदा हो अगर  प्यास नहीं बुझा सकता  पर आग तो बुझा सकता है             19.9k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp QuotesThought For The DayAaj Ka Suvichar 10 1 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  24.9k Views 10 mnths ago Good MorningFacebook QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayGood Morning QuotesNew Quotes 11 1 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Good night images  63.3k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp PhotosFacebook ImageFacebook ShayariNew Shaya"

Thought For The Day

जिंदगी में अपनेपन का

   पौधा लगाने से

 पहले जमीन परख लेना 

  हर एक मिट्टी की 

फितरत में वफा नहीं होती.. 

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क्रोध हवा का वह झोंका है 

जो बुद्धि के दीपक को बुझा देता है

 रिश्ते चाहे कितने ही बुरे हो उन्हें 

 तोड़ना मत क्योंकि पानी चाहे

 कतना भी गंदा हो अगर

 प्यास नहीं बुझा सकता 

पर आग तो बुझा सकता है

           

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GORAKHPUR city of bad boys

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"#Pehlealfaaz I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i cry out loud like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i argue with my friends like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i hug my mum and sleep because I'm afraid like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i look at the stars and talk to them assuming them to b my grandparents like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i wear my dad's shirt for a cool photoshoot like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i fight with my siblings over small issues like a kid I'm grown up & matured But I'm always gonna b the crazy little daughter to my parents..!✨ -Psycho 🍁"

#Pehlealfaaz I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i cry out loud like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i argue with my friends like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i hug my mum and sleep because I'm afraid like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i look at the stars and talk to them assuming them to b my grandparents like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i wear my dad's shirt for a cool photoshoot like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i fight with my siblings over small issues like a kid
I'm grown up & matured 
But I'm always gonna b the crazy little daughter to my parents..!✨

-Psycho 🍁

 

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"this little guiding light of mind I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine Take this little light around the world I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine Take this little light with your smile I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine"

this little guiding light of mind 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine 
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light around the world 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light with your smile 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time 
let it shine

this little guiding light of mind
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light around the world
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light with your smile
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine

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"Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017. Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in... " look at me, am I not your whole world ? am I not your dream, present,past and future ? When I am here ,why are you so sad ? The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears. Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness. These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society. Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event. I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write. A LOOK AT LIFE-43 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY No present to live for, no future to look forward to I was unfolding the pages of life to feel the beautiful moments I lived to know the person I was which is so alien right now. That dilapidated building, my wife's dream, built on my sweat and blood still stands there. The delicately furnished interiors with lots of dirt and filth now laugh at me telling me how wrong and futile I was in dreaming a future that never came by. The broken walls of the house, persian carpets hanging on it with coats of dusts remind me how elegant once they were, how passionately they were decorated like a bride to welcome my son and his newly wed. How beautiful and fulfilling life was the crumbling relics of which now we have, the costly toys and beautiful gadgets lovingly procured for our grand children lying dead in a corner, like us they need someone's touch to come alive again. Recapitulating those glorious days and fascinating moments completely lost I was. Alll of a sudden I felt someone touching my shoulder. She was non else but my wife with a cup of tea passionately looking at me, telling me with a loving smile, 'look at me, am I not your whole world? am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad' copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017"

Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. 

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017.

Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete

The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in...

" look at me, am I not your whole world ? 
am I not your dream, present,past and future  ?
When I am here ,why are you so sad  ?

The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears. 
Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness. 
These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society. 

Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event. 
I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write.

A LOOK AT LIFE-43
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

No present to live for,
no future to look forward to
I was unfolding the pages of life
to feel the beautiful moments I lived
to know the person I was
which is so alien right now.

That dilapidated building,
my wife's dream,
built on my sweat and blood
still stands there.
The delicately furnished interiors
with lots of dirt and filth now
laugh at me
telling me how wrong and futile I was
in dreaming a future 
that never came by.

The broken walls of the house,
persian carpets hanging on it
with coats of dusts remind me
how elegant once they were,
how passionately they were decorated
like a bride to welcome my son
and his newly wed.

How beautiful and fulfilling life was
the crumbling relics of which now we have,
the costly toys and beautiful gadgets
lovingly procured for our grand children
lying dead in a corner,
like us they need someone's touch
to come alive again.

Recapitulating those glorious days
and fascinating moments
completely lost I was.
Alll of a sudden
I felt someone touching my shoulder.
She was non else but
my wife with a cup of tea
passionately looking at me,
telling me with a loving smile,
'look at me, am I not your whole world?
am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad'

copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017

#Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017.

Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete

The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in...

" look at me, am I not your whole world ?
am I not your dream, present,past and future ?
When I am here ,why are you so sad ?

The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears.
Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness.
These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society.

Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event.
I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write.

A LOOK AT LIFE-43
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

No present to live for,
no future to look forward to
I was unfolding the pages of life
to feel the beautiful moments I lived
to know the person I was
which is so alien right now.

That dilapidated building,
my wife's dream,
built on my sweat and blood
still stands there.
The delicately furnished interiors
with lots of dirt and filth now
laugh at me
telling me how wrong and futile I was
in dreaming a future
that never came by.

The broken walls of the house,
persian carpets hanging on it
with coats of dusts remind me
how elegant once they were,
how passionately they were decorated
like a bride to welcome my son
and his newly wed.

How beautiful and fulfilling life was
the crumbling relics of which now we have,
the costly toys and beautiful gadgets
lovingly procured for our grand children
lying dead in a corner,
like us they need someone's touch
to come alive again.

Recapitulating those glorious days
and fascinating moments
completely lost I was.
Alll of a sudden
I felt someone touching my shoulder.
She was non else but
my wife with a cup of tea
passionately looking at me,
telling me with a loving smile,
'look at me, am I not your whole world?
am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad'

copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017

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How can one develops his or her sense of humor :

1. Ability to laugh at self
 
It's amazing how genuinely funny self-deprecatory jokes can be. If you're a serious brooding person who thinks that you're better than the world, forget this genre. But you'll be losing a lot.
 
2. Being able to take things lightly
 
This is the foundation from which you can take off into the world of humour. If you usually get worked up over every single little thing, chances are you're going to struggle to crack a joke. Let's face it; you'll be in no mood to think of anything funny.
 
3. Enjoy being the cause of laughter
 
Almost every single funny person I've ever met has this trait. There's a certain pride and selflessness that's part of being able to make people laugh. When you get addicted to that 'high', you'll be digging out every opportunity to make people laugh. There're not too many better things in the world than seeing people around you uncontrollably laughing at something funny you said.
 
4. Educate yourself
 
The lesser topics you know, the lesser genres of humour you can explore. There's a reason why all people with a great sense of humour are informed and intelligent. It takes much exposure to the outside world to be able to make most jokes. If you're a quiet, silent guy, who likes to shield himself in the darkness of your room, you won't have too much room to play with. Literally.
 
5. Learn from the experts
 
Watch humorous movies. Watch stand-up comedies. Watch funny soaps. The trick is not to watch with the ulterior motive of trying to learn the art. I always tell people who want to learn English to avoid watching films with that motive in the back of their head. It's when you truly immerse yourself and enjoy something that your mind automatically picks up certain things. This way, the whole exercise also stops seeming like work.
 
6. Enjoy conversations and experiment
 
Face it, you can't say a joke if you don't enjoy conversations. Learn to be open-minded, and talk and listen to people. The more you talk, the better you'll get at it. Similarly, the more you joke, the more you'll discover your area of strength. Experiment. Try various genres. Word play, sarcasm, slapstick ... you'll figure out based on people's reactions what your strength is. The more you play, the better you'll get. Also, remember: There aren't too many things in the world that you cannot joke about.

7. Timing: Strike when the time is right. You need to know when is the opportune moment to unleash the humor Kraken. 

8. Quick thinking and Wordplay: "Most important part of English language are punctuations. They are the ones which differentiate 'I helped Uncle Jack, off a horse' from 'I helped Uncle jack off a horse'".

 

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"Thought For The Day जिंदगी में अपनेपन का    पौधा लगाने से  पहले जमीन परख लेना    हर एक मिट्टी की  फितरत में वफा नहीं होती..  16 8 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  24.9k Views 9 mnths ago Image Of The DayAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayWhatsapp Quotes 6 0 0  Page 6   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  22.3k Views 10 mnths ago Whatsapp QuotesFacebook QuotesThought For The DayAaj Ka Suvichar 4 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam Thoughts  35.6k Views 10 mnths ago Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Quotes And SayingsAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayFacebook QuotesQuotes And Sayings 10 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  29.3k Views 10 mnths ago Good Morning QuotesWhatsapp QuotesFacebook QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The Day 11 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Girls Quotes images  10.2k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiGood Morning QuotesFacebook QuotesThought For The Day 1 0 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Radha Krishna images  65.2k Views 10 mnths ago Facebook ImageWhatsapp DpGood Morning Shayari, गुड मॉर्निंग शायरीGood Morning 14 9 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  38.6k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp StatusGood Morning QuotesFacebook StatusNew QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The Day 18 2 0  Page 7   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar in hindi क्रोध हवा का वह झोंका है  जो बुद्धि के दीपक को बुझा देता है  रिश्ते चाहे कितने ही बुरे हो उन्हें   तोड़ना मत क्योंकि पानी चाहे  कतना भी गंदा हो अगर  प्यास नहीं बुझा सकता  पर आग तो बुझा सकता है             19.9k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp QuotesThought For The DayAaj Ka Suvichar 10 1 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Aaj ka suvichar images  24.9k Views 10 mnths ago Good MorningFacebook QuotesAaj Ka SuvicharThought For The DayGood Morning QuotesNew Quotes 11 1 0   W3Mirchi Team Shayari, Slogans, Jokes, Quotes & Funny Images  Good night images  63.3k Views 10 mnths ago Quotes In HindiWhatsapp PhotosFacebook ImageFacebook ShayariNew Shaya"

Thought For The Day

जिंदगी में अपनेपन का

   पौधा लगाने से

 पहले जमीन परख लेना 

  हर एक मिट्टी की 

फितरत में वफा नहीं होती.. 

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Aaj ka suvichar in hindi

क्रोध हवा का वह झोंका है 

जो बुद्धि के दीपक को बुझा देता है

 रिश्ते चाहे कितने ही बुरे हो उन्हें 

 तोड़ना मत क्योंकि पानी चाहे

 कतना भी गंदा हो अगर

 प्यास नहीं बुझा सकता 

पर आग तो बुझा सकता है

           

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GORAKHPUR city of bad boys

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"#Pehlealfaaz I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i cry out loud like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i argue with my friends like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i hug my mum and sleep because I'm afraid like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i look at the stars and talk to them assuming them to b my grandparents like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i wear my dad's shirt for a cool photoshoot like a kid I'm grown up & matured but sometimes i fight with my siblings over small issues like a kid I'm grown up & matured But I'm always gonna b the crazy little daughter to my parents..!✨ -Psycho 🍁"

#Pehlealfaaz I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i cry out loud like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i argue with my friends like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i hug my mum and sleep because I'm afraid like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i look at the stars and talk to them assuming them to b my grandparents like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i wear my dad's shirt for a cool photoshoot like a kid
I'm grown up & matured
but sometimes i fight with my siblings over small issues like a kid
I'm grown up & matured 
But I'm always gonna b the crazy little daughter to my parents..!✨

-Psycho 🍁

 

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"this little guiding light of mind I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine Take this little light around the world I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine Take this little light with your smile I am grown up let it shine let it shine all the time let it shine"

this little guiding light of mind 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine 
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light around the world 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light with your smile 
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time 
let it shine

this little guiding light of mind
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light around the world
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine
Take this little light with your smile
I am grown up let it shine
let it shine
all the time
let it shine

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"Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017. Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in... " look at me, am I not your whole world ? am I not your dream, present,past and future ? When I am here ,why are you so sad ? The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears. Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness. These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society. Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event. I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write. A LOOK AT LIFE-43 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY No present to live for, no future to look forward to I was unfolding the pages of life to feel the beautiful moments I lived to know the person I was which is so alien right now. That dilapidated building, my wife's dream, built on my sweat and blood still stands there. The delicately furnished interiors with lots of dirt and filth now laugh at me telling me how wrong and futile I was in dreaming a future that never came by. The broken walls of the house, persian carpets hanging on it with coats of dusts remind me how elegant once they were, how passionately they were decorated like a bride to welcome my son and his newly wed. How beautiful and fulfilling life was the crumbling relics of which now we have, the costly toys and beautiful gadgets lovingly procured for our grand children lying dead in a corner, like us they need someone's touch to come alive again. Recapitulating those glorious days and fascinating moments completely lost I was. Alll of a sudden I felt someone touching my shoulder. She was non else but my wife with a cup of tea passionately looking at me, telling me with a loving smile, 'look at me, am I not your whole world? am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad' copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017"

Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. 

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017.

Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete

The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in...

" look at me, am I not your whole world ? 
am I not your dream, present,past and future  ?
When I am here ,why are you so sad  ?

The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears. 
Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness. 
These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society. 

Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event. 
I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write.

A LOOK AT LIFE-43
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

No present to live for,
no future to look forward to
I was unfolding the pages of life
to feel the beautiful moments I lived
to know the person I was
which is so alien right now.

That dilapidated building,
my wife's dream,
built on my sweat and blood
still stands there.
The delicately furnished interiors
with lots of dirt and filth now
laugh at me
telling me how wrong and futile I was
in dreaming a future 
that never came by.

The broken walls of the house,
persian carpets hanging on it
with coats of dusts remind me
how elegant once they were,
how passionately they were decorated
like a bride to welcome my son
and his newly wed.

How beautiful and fulfilling life was
the crumbling relics of which now we have,
the costly toys and beautiful gadgets
lovingly procured for our grand children
lying dead in a corner,
like us they need someone's touch
to come alive again.

Recapitulating those glorious days
and fascinating moments
completely lost I was.
Alll of a sudden
I felt someone touching my shoulder.
She was non else but
my wife with a cup of tea
passionately looking at me,
telling me with a loving smile,
'look at me, am I not your whole world?
am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad'

copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017

#Thanks and gratitude Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literay critic for your fabulous analysis of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE -43'.Infact your brilliant interpretation of the poem made it look more beautiful and complete

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -43"is a poem that sheds light on the alienation and isolation experienced by old parents in the evening of their life due to them being abandoned by their grown up children,this is a horrendous prospect,many old parents today stare at day in and day out in our society of changing value system and a total lack of concern for the geriatric population.Here in the poem,the old parents have nothing to count upon because their hopes and expectations with respect to their children looking after them in their old age are misplaced and belied to a large extent.The parents bring up children thinking and hoping that these children will be of help to them in the final stage of their life,that is now discounted completely.The parents earn everything for the sake of the children,but at the end,the children are ungrateful to their parents.The reasons behind the old parents getting stifled in their home environment at old age can be attributed to two flaws of upbringing of their children by them(a)the children are burdened with the task of fulfilling the aspirations of their parents instead of them being asked to chase their dreams in life and(b)often children are told to concentrate upon the process of making money instead giving them advices by their parents regarding the pursuance of the principles such as truth,love,brotherhood,tolerance and compassion in their lives.Such crazy pursuit of money creates an atmosphere of use and throw culture leading to this objectionable state of affairs in the life of the old parents.At the end of the day,the old parents have each other for company,here in the poem the husband/wife combination reconciles to their situation or fate with total resignation and finds solace in each others arms.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil,The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 16th September 2017.

Thanks and gratitude to my adorable friend and eminent poet Tulsi Shrestha for his wonderful analysis and words of appreciation which made the poem complete

The most beautiful lines of your creation where soul of spirt embodied there in...

" look at me, am I not your whole world ?
am I not your dream, present,past and future ?
When I am here ,why are you so sad ?

The empathetic expression really moved me and my cheeks stained with tears.
Most of old aged parents have been facing such a painful situation and their grown up sons never try to listen scream of their grief and loneliness.
These lines do reflect and echo bitter reality of modern society.

Salute for your creativity and articulation skill to ensure emotional sensitivity in each word and event.
I adore you my dear friend for your unique exceptional write.

A LOOK AT LIFE-43
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

No present to live for,
no future to look forward to
I was unfolding the pages of life
to feel the beautiful moments I lived
to know the person I was
which is so alien right now.

That dilapidated building,
my wife's dream,
built on my sweat and blood
still stands there.
The delicately furnished interiors
with lots of dirt and filth now
laugh at me
telling me how wrong and futile I was
in dreaming a future
that never came by.

The broken walls of the house,
persian carpets hanging on it
with coats of dusts remind me
how elegant once they were,
how passionately they were decorated
like a bride to welcome my son
and his newly wed.

How beautiful and fulfilling life was
the crumbling relics of which now we have,
the costly toys and beautiful gadgets
lovingly procured for our grand children
lying dead in a corner,
like us they need someone's touch
to come alive again.

Recapitulating those glorious days
and fascinating moments
completely lost I was.
Alll of a sudden
I felt someone touching my shoulder.
She was non else but
my wife with a cup of tea
passionately looking at me,
telling me with a loving smile,
'look at me, am I not your whole world?
am I not your dream, present, past and future? when I am here, why are you so sad'

copyright@smrutiranjan 15.9.2017

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How can one develops his or her sense of humor :

1. Ability to laugh at self
 
It's amazing how genuinely funny self-deprecatory jokes can be. If you're a serious brooding person who thinks that you're better than the world, forget this genre. But you'll be losing a lot.
 
2. Being able to take things lightly
 
This is the foundation from which you can take off into the world of humour. If you usually get worked up over every single little thing, chances are you're going to struggle to crack a joke. Let's face it; you'll be in no mood to think of anything funny.
 
3. Enjoy being the cause of laughter
 
Almost every single funny person I've ever met has this trait. There's a certain pride and selflessness that's part of being able to make people laugh. When you get addicted to that 'high', you'll be digging out every opportunity to make people laugh. There're not too many better things in the world than seeing people around you uncontrollably laughing at something funny you said.
 
4. Educate yourself
 
The lesser topics you know, the lesser genres of humour you can explore. There's a reason why all people with a great sense of humour are informed and intelligent. It takes much exposure to the outside world to be able to make most jokes. If you're a quiet, silent guy, who likes to shield himself in the darkness of your room, you won't have too much room to play with. Literally.
 
5. Learn from the experts
 
Watch humorous movies. Watch stand-up comedies. Watch funny soaps. The trick is not to watch with the ulterior motive of trying to learn the art. I always tell people who want to learn English to avoid watching films with that motive in the back of their head. It's when you truly immerse yourself and enjoy something that your mind automatically picks up certain things. This way, the whole exercise also stops seeming like work.
 
6. Enjoy conversations and experiment
 
Face it, you can't say a joke if you don't enjoy conversations. Learn to be open-minded, and talk and listen to people. The more you talk, the better you'll get at it. Similarly, the more you joke, the more you'll discover your area of strength. Experiment. Try various genres. Word play, sarcasm, slapstick ... you'll figure out based on people's reactions what your strength is. The more you play, the better you'll get. Also, remember: There aren't too many things in the world that you cannot joke about.

7. Timing: Strike when the time is right. You need to know when is the opportune moment to unleash the humor Kraken. 

8. Quick thinking and Wordplay: "Most important part of English language are punctuations. They are the ones which differentiate 'I helped Uncle Jack, off a horse' from 'I helped Uncle jack off a horse'".

 

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