If you can't dance, the floor must be curved! This is an old saying I heard many times when I was a child. I liked it then and I still like it now. Whenever I fail, I remember that saying and try to figure out my incompetency!
- Hey, are you White?
- Oh Lord! Why? Does it matter?
- Not really. Then again, if Santa comes in Black and White, I want to know about you as well. Capish? May be I want you to be Indian! Hee hee hee….
-hee hee hee…very funny! Do you want me to wear a lungi then?
-Why not? You eat Curry-Chicken, don’t you? May be you should be Indian looking Jesus!
We were coming from a business trip. Two young women and I were on our way home after finishing a week long training session. It was awesome! Not the trip – I am talking about the training! A lots of hope, packed with a lot of worries, and a humongous plan for next two months to see the fruits of hard work in next few months. I was excited! I had reason to be excited. It was a resurrection for me in terms of my business life! And heartfelt thanks to a gentleman for making it happen! I also realized that ‘wisdom’ is a function of education, experience, and age when he made a decision approving my business deal by changing it! I truly realized what a good decision that was in next few months.
I am beginning to see a link between myself and Einstein’s theory of relativity, and how these two things are also in direct relation to not only quantum entanglement, but to all things everywhere.
I am a positive person in general, and I notice that the people and things I surround myself with also seem to radiate with good intention and joy. This can be seen throughout my entire house on a grand scale, like one of my roommates or my cat, or down to the pencil I write with, or the pillow I rest my head upon. Why shouldn’t these people and things radiate with joy? After all, if they didn’t make me happy, then I wouldn’t have them in my life. People who are generally fun find their way into my life because we attract one another like a magnet. ‘Like attracts like.’
Take a tube of toothpaste — half-full or half-empty, does not matter, as long as it's not full! Now spread the paste this way: on the left (an inch) keep nothing, then spread thin to the right until you reach the mouth of the tube, about an inch to have most of the paste. This is how the wealth is spread in the US today.