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"Allah Way Allah Way, Allah Way Life makes life easier Life makes life easier Everything was left empty At my turn, I feel asleep At my turn, I feel asleep Unrequited love, unheard of Black blood in our veins O heart, our broken, broken, broken, broken, remained only broken Do you think I'm going to sleep on my turn At my turn, I feel asleep Allah Way Allah Way, Allah Way Life like empty, empty, empty pages We have eyes but an ordinary life Life like empty, empty, empty pages We have eyes but an ordinary life Make a friend's feet Jaani's feet remained Jaani's shoes only At my turn, I feel asleep At my turn, I feel asleep I do not own my own needs Manu Aj ..."

Allah Way
Allah Way, Allah Way
Life makes life easier
Life makes life easier
Everything was left empty
At my turn, I feel asleep
At my turn, I feel asleep
Unrequited love, unheard of
Black blood in our veins
O heart, our broken, broken, broken, broken, remained only broken
Do you think I'm going to sleep on my turn
At my turn, I feel asleep

Allah Way
Allah Way, Allah Way
Life like empty, empty, empty pages
We have eyes but an ordinary life
Life like empty, empty, empty pages
We have eyes but an ordinary life
Make a friend's feet
Jaani's feet remained Jaani's shoes only
At my turn, I feel asleep
At my turn, I feel asleep
I do not own my own needs
Manu Aj ...

Jagdeep Chuahan

4 Love

"Perhaps she was just empty. Empty, like the theories of parallel universe. Empty like me. Like you. Like us all."

Perhaps she was just empty.
Empty, like the theories of parallel
universe. Empty like me.
Like you.
Like us all.

He left like clouds, and she waited
like flowers.

Perhaps she was not sad because
length of their forever was shorter
than the spectrum of love she
always dreamt of, and perhaps
she didn't feel the pain when she
saw the reminder of their love
turning into accidents.

Perhaps she was just empty.
Empty, like the theories of parallel
universe. Empty like me.
Like you.
Like us all.
#nojotoenglish
#empty
#rhythm
#forever

30 Love

"An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. May be, time was all we needed and time was all we never had."

An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. 
May be, time was all we needed and time was all 
we never had.

Remember the last time when we were sitting on the same bench but on different ends like the two ends of the road, like the uncertain depth of the ocean, like the poles. no interwined hands, no stories to tell and no poems to blow each other apart. we talked until the pauses between our sentences became longer than the religion of colors we always followed. now, we were left with no paint in our hands, with wailing roses and with torn pages. An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. may be, time was all we needed and time was all we never had.
#nojotoenglish #Poetry #Love #Last

98 Love

"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-4 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life At its various stations Offers something Which is just unique and different Not to be found anywhere else Life with all its splendours To be lived and relished For once you miss something Will never come back again From early childhood To late old age From naughty looks of a child To the full bloom of youth From the agony of mid fifty To the apathy of late eighty Life has its own moments From cradle to the grave Life is a feast Never allow duty tension and anxiety To take the juice out of it Or else be sure You will make a total mess of it copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

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Motivation from Mark Cuban
http://elitedaily.com/life/motivation/quotes-from-billionaire-mark-cuban/727103/


1. “Work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it away from you.”

Life is temporary. Work is temporary. One day, you will be incredibly successful at whatever you choose to do with your life. While that day may be difficult to imagine right now, start fighting for your future.

You may not have a job, internship or college major about which you are crazy, but with everything you do, maintain the mindset that what you have could end or be taken away from you at any time. There will always be someone who is willing to work harder than you, so you should always give your best effort.

This mentality will keep you on your toes and will ultimately help you grow.



2. “It’s not in the dreaming, it’s in the doing.”

Growing up, we are repeatedly told to dream big, to never stop dreaming and to believe in our dreams. However, we are not told enough that dreams are accomplished by taking action.
Dreams are merely thoughts; the doing is more powerful than the dreaming. The doing is what changes the world and impacts people in unforeseen ways.

Dream of being a physical therapist; apply to physical therapy school and go from there. Dream of being a politician; get involved in local campaigns and work your way up. Dream of being a writer; apply to Elite Daily and start writing.
We have more control over the “doing” than we give ourselves credit. If you spend all of your time dreaming, you will never grant yourself the opportunity to see what you are truly capable of accomplishing.


3. “Doesn’t matter if the glass is half-empty or half-full. All that matters is that you are the one pouring the water.”
No matter how troublesome life can become, you are in control of your emotions, decisions and outlooks on situations. Try not to dwell on how empty or full your life, or the lives of others, might be. Believing that you have control over how much water is poured into the glass of life is a powerful skill.
How you react to not getting the perfect internship, a friend’s betrayal or a loved one’s death can make the glass seem pretty empty; however, you get to decide how much water is poured.


4. “Wherever I see people doing something the way it’s always been done, the way it’s ‘supposed’ to be done, following the same old trends, well, that’s just a big red flag to me to go look somewhere else.”
Life can get repetitive, consistent and complacent. Falling into a life or workplace of complacency is dangerous. Seek opportunities and take risks that are out of your comfort zone. Work for a company that is constantly changing, growing and evolving.
Surround yourself with people who are bold and do not follow paths already created. Do not be afraid to look at opportunities in life that are different, offbeat or even a little weird.
We are trained to interpret “different” as a negative, when in reality, different jobs and opportunities often provide for the greatest potential for us to thrive as individuals. Life is too short for us to live in fear of being different. Be whom you want to be and don’t worry about the haters.
5. “Every no gets me closer to a yes.”
The word “no” leads many of us to see it as a failure. “No” comes in different forms: the test you just failed, the interview that didn’t lead to a job and the person who tells you “you can’t.” We look at that “no” often enough to never go near it again.
“No” does not mean defeat, however. It is an opportunity to get closer to the “yes” for which you are searching. Do not let the “nos” of life impact your goals.
“Nos” are part of your story, and if you keep working hard, they will lead to many “yeses,” which often turn out to be better than the opportunities for which the “nos” would have provided.

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"Allah Way Allah Way, Allah Way Life makes life easier Life makes life easier Everything was left empty At my turn, I feel asleep At my turn, I feel asleep Unrequited love, unheard of Black blood in our veins O heart, our broken, broken, broken, broken, remained only broken Do you think I'm going to sleep on my turn At my turn, I feel asleep Allah Way Allah Way, Allah Way Life like empty, empty, empty pages We have eyes but an ordinary life Life like empty, empty, empty pages We have eyes but an ordinary life Make a friend's feet Jaani's feet remained Jaani's shoes only At my turn, I feel asleep At my turn, I feel asleep I do not own my own needs Manu Aj ..."

Allah Way
Allah Way, Allah Way
Life makes life easier
Life makes life easier
Everything was left empty
At my turn, I feel asleep
At my turn, I feel asleep
Unrequited love, unheard of
Black blood in our veins
O heart, our broken, broken, broken, broken, remained only broken
Do you think I'm going to sleep on my turn
At my turn, I feel asleep

Allah Way
Allah Way, Allah Way
Life like empty, empty, empty pages
We have eyes but an ordinary life
Life like empty, empty, empty pages
We have eyes but an ordinary life
Make a friend's feet
Jaani's feet remained Jaani's shoes only
At my turn, I feel asleep
At my turn, I feel asleep
I do not own my own needs
Manu Aj ...

Jagdeep Chuahan

4 Love

"Perhaps she was just empty. Empty, like the theories of parallel universe. Empty like me. Like you. Like us all."

Perhaps she was just empty.
Empty, like the theories of parallel
universe. Empty like me.
Like you.
Like us all.

He left like clouds, and she waited
like flowers.

Perhaps she was not sad because
length of their forever was shorter
than the spectrum of love she
always dreamt of, and perhaps
she didn't feel the pain when she
saw the reminder of their love
turning into accidents.

Perhaps she was just empty.
Empty, like the theories of parallel
universe. Empty like me.
Like you.
Like us all.
#nojotoenglish
#empty
#rhythm
#forever

30 Love

"An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. May be, time was all we needed and time was all we never had."

An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. 
May be, time was all we needed and time was all 
we never had.

Remember the last time when we were sitting on the same bench but on different ends like the two ends of the road, like the uncertain depth of the ocean, like the poles. no interwined hands, no stories to tell and no poems to blow each other apart. we talked until the pauses between our sentences became longer than the religion of colors we always followed. now, we were left with no paint in our hands, with wailing roses and with torn pages. An empty canvas, empty pages and empty us. may be, time was all we needed and time was all we never had.
#nojotoenglish #Poetry #Love #Last

98 Love

"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-4 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life At its various stations Offers something Which is just unique and different Not to be found anywhere else Life with all its splendours To be lived and relished For once you miss something Will never come back again From early childhood To late old age From naughty looks of a child To the full bloom of youth From the agony of mid fifty To the apathy of late eighty Life has its own moments From cradle to the grave Life is a feast Never allow duty tension and anxiety To take the juice out of it Or else be sure You will make a total mess of it copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. 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 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

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Motivation from Mark Cuban
http://elitedaily.com/life/motivation/quotes-from-billionaire-mark-cuban/727103/


1. “Work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it away from you.”

Life is temporary. Work is temporary. One day, you will be incredibly successful at whatever you choose to do with your life. While that day may be difficult to imagine right now, start fighting for your future.

You may not have a job, internship or college major about which you are crazy, but with everything you do, maintain the mindset that what you have could end or be taken away from you at any time. There will always be someone who is willing to work harder than you, so you should always give your best effort.

This mentality will keep you on your toes and will ultimately help you grow.



2. “It’s not in the dreaming, it’s in the doing.”

Growing up, we are repeatedly told to dream big, to never stop dreaming and to believe in our dreams. However, we are not told enough that dreams are accomplished by taking action.
Dreams are merely thoughts; the doing is more powerful than the dreaming. The doing is what changes the world and impacts people in unforeseen ways.

Dream of being a physical therapist; apply to physical therapy school and go from there. Dream of being a politician; get involved in local campaigns and work your way up. Dream of being a writer; apply to Elite Daily and start writing.
We have more control over the “doing” than we give ourselves credit. If you spend all of your time dreaming, you will never grant yourself the opportunity to see what you are truly capable of accomplishing.


3. “Doesn’t matter if the glass is half-empty or half-full. All that matters is that you are the one pouring the water.”
No matter how troublesome life can become, you are in control of your emotions, decisions and outlooks on situations. Try not to dwell on how empty or full your life, or the lives of others, might be. Believing that you have control over how much water is poured into the glass of life is a powerful skill.
How you react to not getting the perfect internship, a friend’s betrayal or a loved one’s death can make the glass seem pretty empty; however, you get to decide how much water is poured.


4. “Wherever I see people doing something the way it’s always been done, the way it’s ‘supposed’ to be done, following the same old trends, well, that’s just a big red flag to me to go look somewhere else.”
Life can get repetitive, consistent and complacent. Falling into a life or workplace of complacency is dangerous. Seek opportunities and take risks that are out of your comfort zone. Work for a company that is constantly changing, growing and evolving.
Surround yourself with people who are bold and do not follow paths already created. Do not be afraid to look at opportunities in life that are different, offbeat or even a little weird.
We are trained to interpret “different” as a negative, when in reality, different jobs and opportunities often provide for the greatest potential for us to thrive as individuals. Life is too short for us to live in fear of being different. Be whom you want to be and don’t worry about the haters.
5. “Every no gets me closer to a yes.”
The word “no” leads many of us to see it as a failure. “No” comes in different forms: the test you just failed, the interview that didn’t lead to a job and the person who tells you “you can’t.” We look at that “no” often enough to never go near it again.
“No” does not mean defeat, however. It is an opportunity to get closer to the “yes” for which you are searching. Do not let the “nos” of life impact your goals.
“Nos” are part of your story, and if you keep working hard, they will lead to many “yeses,” which often turn out to be better than the opportunities for which the “nos” would have provided.

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