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Loyalty 

​Loyalty is a very broad term which may be applicable in case of one’s family, locality or the country. A loyal per­son is ready to sacrifice even his own life for the sake of his master, friend, relative or the country. A loyal person bears a moral character, honest outlook, and disciplined manners.

Loyalty can only be the basis of devotion, not the definition of it. 

Loyalty is a characteristic many people should strive to have; it earns the trust and respect of many. A loyal person would never be able to fail someone because they are trustable. 
Loyal persons can become great leaders, great commanders and great administrators in life. Loyalty forms the basis of ideal human character. It is based on sincerity, simplicity and boldness of nature.
” Hold faithfulness and sincerity as first principles.”

Loyalty
Is so hard to find
Because loyalty
Is so hard to do
It’s hard to be true… 

Childhood 

​The happiest time of the person life. When ever we think back some of the good and some of the not so good memories we recall. But still we say that we never feel older when ever recall our childhood memories. As the Tom Stoppard said, 

“if you carry your childhood with you, you never become older”

When you are a child you don’t have many responsibilities. Children depend on their parents who make decision for them, and on adult we are packed with packages of problems and many other responsibilities. That’s why when most of the people think back to the time when they just have to think of school home work, put away their toys or if they will be invited to a birthday party or not, they remember that time of their life to be a very happy and unstressfull time.
Childhood memories are either the fondest ones or the ones that you dread most of all to remember. They carve your soul; they mould your being; their force has an impact greater than other memories. The force of these memories also suggest that the roles of parents and teachers are ever so vital in the life of a small child; adults should see it as their responsibility to find outlets to create great memories for their children.
Memories are a large part of our lives. Without them, life would be meaningless.
So just live you life to the fullest and Remember  those  happy days. 

Freedom

Freedom, what a wonderful word! How much energy there is in it! How much opportunity, dream, even believe that only we ourselves determine our capacity to do something, to achieve new horizons, to acquire new skills.
Children enjoy a certain kind of freedom that adults do not. This is because the adult understands the rules of society while the child does not.
As children grow, however, he or she begins to understand the rules of society and take on the responsibilities. Activities that once seemed easy to engage in become more and more complicated as the child becomes more responsible and starts to internalize the rules of his or her society.
Freedom means the opportunity to think and decide without the interference of any body.
Freedom does not mean doing any thing without any concern for the laws or social customs. Freedom means absence of undue interference from others.
Freedom means one should be free to chose a course of life in accordance with the just norms of the society. Freedom is one of the objectives of our life. This is a natural tendency within each of us.We all want freedom in social, political, economic and cultural life.
Freedom of thought, opinion, creativity and faith are fundamental human rights which are found in the constitutions of numerous acts of international significance. Freedom in this context is not physical, but a spiritual creation, belief, thought and free manifestation.

To be free means to live and earn a living as a free and honest person. To be free means to express your opinion and build your future, freedom is the ability to be true to your own ideas and principles. To be free is the most wonderful thing that humanity can afford to give to you.

Organ donation

We keep on repenting that God hasn’t  given us this or that, Ever thought of thanking  God for he has given us all organs?  5,00,000 people in India die every year waiting for an organ donor. Everyone has to go one day, to the god. Once, You are no more what are you gonna do with your organs? carry them to god? To be very honest, its waste to you once u gone… Kyu na jaate jaate kisi ko zindagi dete jaaye!
Any person above the age of 18 is eligible to become a donor irrespective of the background. Even younger population under 18 can donate with permission from parent or guardian.

Organ donation should be seen as the “gift of life”. I understand that when you are alive you wanr to live your life. But what about after life?
Organ donation does not interfere with funerals, even open casket ones. The body is clothed for burial so there are no visible signs of organ donation. Even if bones are donated there is a rod which is inserted where the bone was removed. With skin donation the skin is removed from areas which are also not visible during the funeral such as the back area. Many also believe that Age, body shape, and health automatically disqualify you from organ donation but this is untrue.

So many people are waiting for a call. A call that will help them gain their life back. Some never get this call saying that a suitable donor has been found, some may never get this call to give them a second chance at life.
Life is all about a second chance guys.

Tissue can be donated within 24 hours of death. Organ donation can save many lives and thus we must step forward for this noble job. Whether you considered doing charity and other noble deeds in lifetime or not, but death is definitely an opportunity when you can contribute to humanity by the act of organ donation.

Donate an organ
Make a difference in the world
Donate life.

मौत जिंदगी का रास्ता होती है,
किसी के लिए गम, किसी के लिए ख़ुशी होती है…
दौलत शोहरत की कहानी ये नहीं है,
बात है इस ज़माने की, पुरानी नहीं है…

मत उलझ मेरे शब्दों के जाल में,
जज्बात मेरे, दुनिया-दारी से बहुत परे है…
जिन्दा न भी रहूँ मै, और बाकी थोड़ी सी ज़िन्दगी है,
मौत के बाद भी जिंदा रहु मै, लालच मन में कुछ ऐसी है…

कैसे होगा ये ख्वाब पूरा, तेरे मन में सवाल ये है,
जवाब मत खोज मुझमे कही, जवाब एक तू है…
जाऊं जब मै इस दुनिया से, दान करने मुझे अपने अंग सभी है,
पूरी कर दू मै जरूरत उसकी, हां जरुरत किसी को मेरे अंगो की है…

न खुदा को कोई जरुरत इनकी है,
ना ही मुझे इन अंगों को स्वर्ग ले के जाना है…
हाँ खुदा ने बख्शी खुदाई मुझे है,
किसी के ज़िन्दगी के सपने, संवारने मुझे है…

खोया तू अल्फाजों में जो है,
ठहरा हुआ इन जज्बात में तू है…
अब सोचना उस दुनिया के बारे मे है,
मेरी, सांसे बाकी नहीं इस दुनिया में अब है…

हैं मेरे ख्वाब, किसी और की आँखों में सजते अब है,
किसी और की ज़िन्दगी को रोशन मेरी आँखों ने किया है…
थी कगार पे मौत के मै, फिर भी जिंदा मुझे उसने रखा है,
जो अंग, कल थे मेरे, आज किसी को सांसे वो दे रहे है…

अब जाना स्वार्थ क्या है,
न भी रहूँ कल मै, खुशियाँ सबको मेरे अंग बिखेर रहे है…
आज जाना खुशी क्या है,
जब लबो पे मुस्कान न होते हुए भी, मेरे रूह खुश है…

Happiness 

Happiness. It is not measurable, profitable, nor tradable. Yet, above all else in the world, it is what people seek. They want to have happiness, and want to know they have a lot of it. But happiness, like air or water, is a hard thing to grasp in one’s hand. It is intangible. So how does one know if they have it? Is it just a feeling? And if someone does not feel happy, how can they go about achieving that feeling?

Happiness is not measured by material wealth. A new car or television, a waterskiing boat or a three-level house does not equate to joyful feelings. They are status symbols, surely, and ones that make others assume a person is happy, but they do not guarantee a happy life. The clichéd phrase, “money can’t buy happiness,” is heard often… because it is true. People who have wealth can be unhappy, just as the poor can be living on cloud nine. Possessions can be gained and lost, and with that comes fear. And fear rarely leads to happiness.

So if it isn’t ‘stuff’ that achieves happiness, then

 

what can? Well, goals can. People need to have a sense of purpose.

So people can be happy if they have something to strive for and something to laugh about. But is that it? Can people with goals and a sense of humor still be unhappy? Well, yes. After all, the final key to happiness is the decision to actually be happy. Human nature can see negative energy anywhere. People can fixate on problems instead of solutions. So at the end of the day, “happiness depends upon ourselves.” (Aristotle). As Lincoln said, “Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.”

Being happy with who you are and what you have, is a decision that has to be consciously made. Goals can help lead to happiness. Finding laughter in life is important. But at the end of the day, a person needs to make a choice about happiness. They need to agree they want it, deserve it, and have it.

First blog post

Well, today (10.08.2016) I start this journey of writing. I’ll do my best to provide you with real facts and figures. It feels great to write.!  

In my first post, I start with a positive  attitude. 

I write about Happiness. 

 Success at the expense of everything else, for example, leads to the opposite of happiness. Life requires balance. And people that understand that there is a balance to work and play, strife and joy, are more in tune with the universe and, therefore, better able to achieve happiness. Life with a dose of humor is more pleasant. Comedians, compared to any other profession, live the longest because they understand that laughter adds the spice to life, and makes daily progress worth the minor tribulations.
Happy reading.

Om shanti.