Life and Philosophy
The human mind is the most incredible computer it would be possible to imagine. Yet no one knows where it is! Scientists have made detailed studies of the brain, but have been unable to locate where the mind is.
Our brain is composed of some 14 trillion brain cells! A very few people are making use of perhaps less than 10% of their mental capability. Most of us are probably using nearer 1%. So the potential we have is virtually unlimited.
One thing that we all need is a friend … or two, or three. Too many times we think of someone as a friend when they’re really just an acquaintance. True friends have qualities that acquaintances do not. Can one or two people have all these qualities? Sure. I would say that if you find someone who exhibits all of them, you’ve found a true friend, maybe even a soul-mate.
Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit. –Aristotle
I believe there are 7 types of friends we all need. I am lucky to have found all.
You’ve heard the cliche, success is a journey, not a destination. In many cases, I agree. There is more fun in the chasing than in the catching. To illustrate this I have a small story - A person went fishing with his friend and caught a big fish. He was thrilled and scrambled around to find a camera to take a picture. When the person bent over to let the fish go, his friend said, “What are you doing?
Below is an article posted on silicon-India, regarding three young Indian talents who have created apps which is actually a smart information retrieval system application currently available for i-phone, i-pad, and Android. These three Indian talents Archana Patchirajan, Puneet Mehta and Sonpreet Bhatia actually own a company called "MyCityWay".What feels gr8 is that they are all Indian and my idea was worth millions of dollars but what feels bad is that someone else had owned your idea. Well, congrats to young entrepreneurs and wish their idea goes long way up.
This is a beautiful ancient verse of wisdom. Everything originates from thoughts. An idea takes shape from thoughts. After scrutiny and deliberation, it becomes an act. When several acts take place a character is formed. In the long run, one's destiny evolves from such a character. That is the power of thought.