Thursday, October 27, 2011

MaiN aap apni talaash meiN hooN

MaiN aap apni talaash meiN hooN
Mera koi rahnuma nahiN hai
Woh kya dikhayeNge raah mujhko
Jinhe khud apna pataa nahiN hai
Ye inke mandir, ye inki masjid
... Ye zarparastoN ki sajdaagaheN
Agar ye inke khuda ka ghar hai
To inmeiN mera khuda nahiN ha

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Why God allows Pain !!!!!!

A man went to a barbershop to have his hair cut and his beard trimmed. As the barber began to work, they began to have a good conversation. They talked about so many things and various subjects. When they eventually touched on the subject of God, the barber said: 'I don't believe that God exists.'

'Why do you say that?' asked the customer. 'Well, you just have to go out in the street to realize that God doesn't exist. Tell me, if God exists, would there be so many sick people? �Would there be abandoned children?

If God existed, there would be neither suffering nor pain! I can't imagine a loving God who would allow all of these things..' The customer thought for a moment, but didn't respond because he didn't want to start an argument. The barber finished his job and the customer left the shop.

Just after he left the barbershop, he saw a man in the street with long, stringy, dirty hair and an untrimmed beard. He looked dirty and unkempt. The customer turned back and entered the barber shop again and he said to the barber: 'You know what? Barbers do not exist.' 'How can you say that?' asked the surprised barber. 'I am here, and I am a barber. And I just worked on you!' 'No!' the customer exclaimed. 'Barbers don't exist because if they did, there would be no people with dirty long hair and untrimmed beards, like that man outside.'

Ah, but barbers DO exist! That's what happens when people do not come to me.' � 'Exactly!' affirmed the customer. 'That's the point! God, too, DOES exist! He exists in all of us.That's what happens when Fortunate peoples do not go to look to unfortunate peoples for help. That's why there's so much pain and suffering in the world.'


Friday, February 25, 2011


The average human life span is around 80 years. In that time, we can achieve many things – from getting a nice house, a collectable car, or reaching a million dollars, to raising good children, having our own business, or doing some good in the community. Most of this stuff is pretty regular, some good, some not so good – all pretty ordinary.

But for some of us ‘ordinary’ is simply not enough. There’s something missing.

what the hell is a magnum opus

All of the men and women that have gone down in history, to be remembered after they have died for hundreds of years or more, all have one thing in common.

They did something extraordinary.

Some did extraordinary things, some created them. How they did it or how they got there is another story, but nobody can say that Martin Luther King Jr. doesn’t deserve to be remembered for his commendable leadership and world-changing speech or Shakespeare would have been remembered today if it wasn’t for his plays and sonnets that have stood the test of time.

A Magnum opus is defined as ’a great or the greatest work of art‘ a writer or artist can do. But you don’t have to be a writer to achieve something extraordinary. Any of us can do something, all we have to do is realize how much it matters to us that we do something world-changing.

What it could be depends on you. It doesn’t have to be a big change and it doesn’t have to be the best, or the brightest, or the most of anything. You don’t need to make a million bucks or become famous. It just has to mean a lot to you. But don’t underestimate yourself and set your sights too low either, it’s going to be your life’s work after all.

It can be a single object you can make or an aim you want to achieve, or a set of them, it’s up to you.

So in our little lives, if only we could choose just one great thing, to pour our effort, energy and most importantly, limited time into, maybe, just maybe, we can really do it.

Only you can decide what matters to you and how far you will go. Even if you don’t know right now, that’s okay, because if this all sounds pretty amazing to you then you’ve taken the first step. Now ask yourself:

What is your magnum opus?

Whatever you decide, stick with it, because your greatest work is waiting for you.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011



Hi, I m in swaraj express (train) moving towards Surat.
It’s 8 am morning & we are approaching near Ratlam
railway station, I had just opened my HCL notepad &
I noticed that it’s battery was full despite of not charging
it from 3-4 days. What an idea sir ji, if humans can adapt
this technique it will be wonderful, if you wish to live to-
day switch on yourself & in the night just switch off . You
can live on selective days, like on festivals, birthdays &
Off course on honeymoons. You have to work only on
days when you want to charge youself with food & enjoy
the life on selective days , I have heard of power saving
mode in polar bears so why not humans can also change
themselves into switch on switch off machine

PASSING THOUGHTS ( Part 2 ) 17.7.2009

My imagination to start online scieence magazine doesn’t
took shape in Delhi , so 15 days after writing previous page
I left Delhi & on one of my friend’s suggestion moved to
Surat. It was good as well as bad experience. Good because
I got a new mkting assignment & residence within 2 days , bad
because I got dissatisfied & left it within 1 week. Then I got
another project but it was a loss venture for owners so there
was no choice but to leave.. I got irritated & started my event
plans. I pitched one company to sponsor the event , they
sponsored it & insisted to organise many educational events
for their newly launched institute in BARODA , RAJKOT &
AHMEDABAD. For entire June month I roamed Baroda , Raj-
Kot & Ahmedabad & organized several seminars. At one
point on their insistence I moved with full family to Rajkot for
their new institute, Even Shilpa (my wife) partiicipated more
actively in this venture. But they ditched me on final payment &
still requested to continue the services, I had never seen
such a besharm client, either I loo k like a big fool or they
thought themselves more clever. I quit & left Rajkot.
Now I m 30 yrs old (13th july was my birthday) living in Surat.
After 2 days coming from Rajkot on 12th july morning , I was
reading a book on scientist Galilieo’s pendulum work. Suddenly
I observed a uniqe law of free falling bodies, I wrote it &
searched for siimlar observations in Internet. After searching
I convinced myself that it was an original discovery , no
scientist had ever noticed this law before me.
Now I m planning to go Delhi for PATENT & after that I will
publish my theory & also send it to all prominent scientists and
If I got some success & recognition then definetly my life will
turn entirely towards my real passion , science & philosophy.
Some success or recognition is required because then I don’t
have to do odd jobs for my living. After writing this page I will
call to the patent office for appointent & meeting….

Sunday, January 9, 2011

PASSING THOUGHTS ( Part 1 ) 20.3.2009 ,

I m approximately 29 years old now. Doing nothing just
wasting my life … actually every one is wasting his or
her life. Every body is in search of something ,something
what , they don’t know! Some times they name the
search money ….fame….success…power. But actually
no one gets the destination. Firstly because they want
something & searching for some other thing , secondly
if they got it they won’t satisfied. Dissatisfaction is nothing
but nature’s way of diverting you towards a more com-
plex struggle , I don’t want to be in a continuous struggle
though I can’t escape it , but at least I can think not to
invite it . I had started my education as a regular Indian
boy in Dumka… a small town ( now in jharhand) . My
mother died when I was only 6 months old , my upbringing
was done by my paternal aunt. My father was Judicial
magistrate in patna. After 12th in 1999 I came to Delhi for
further education in fashion technology. I got married in
2000 & started my career as event producer & manager.
With my share of struggle I got some success in it, I produ-
ced one event in Banglore & even planned to settle there ,
but my mind got changed & I started working as a business
consultant in 2005. As a consultant I shifted my base to
Mumbai & received good response. Mumbai was more
Crowdy so I shifted to aurangabad a small but good town
in maharashtra. Till 2007 I was much in demand , many
good businessmen,s & politicians were taking my services.
Then I got a offer to join as a general manager in a good
educational institution of Jhansi. I was getting good
salary as well as facilities. I worked there till 2009 January.
Again I got bored of jhansi & Ramshree ( the educational –
group) so I decided to quit & start online science magazine
in Delhi. Now I m in Delhi & again searching….. I don’t
know what?
Today I thought to just sit & think what I wanted to do in this

After some brainstorming I came to a conclusion,
I want to be a………..
The list was so long so I decided not to do anything , just
sit & see the life passing…… beautifully . Though I can
still think to work as a philosopher , scientist , magazine
publisher & wildlife conservationist.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Curious mind

Ccurious mind is essential for human growth , but i think success is most misunderstood word. We lives in a world where every body is only concerned about future , so every actions related to future growth is considered good, but any thing for your present satisfaction is considered waste of time & money. Curiousity lives in that corner of mind which doesn't survive on material foods, it needs new informations as feedings. It is like a greedy man who wants more & more money , who may or may not use his money in his life time but the monetary profits gives him amazing satisfaction.
Thats what i want to say , curious mind gives you amazing satisfaction when you feeds it with new informations, either through books, travelling, meeting new peoples or by experiments. It can be helpful for future growth , but it's motive is present sattisfaction.