False Truth

Can someone help?I can tell you a truth. Never believe poets and writers. They are very apt in playing with words. Words are highly dangerous tool. These so called people ,you have guessed correctly, make a very sublime, sweet ,hot and humid mixture and put some ice cubes to flatter common man and woman. When they see pretty face and chiselled figure ,they floor her with their words. They praise her like anything and when they see someone else they start doing the same. I am not like them. I always praise genuinely. More over I am not a great writer or poet. I am great scribbler. Beautiful Ladies you are fire, you are ice, you are desire, you are music, you are colour, you are fragrance, you are essence of life. You always chirp like birds, move with grace and colour the place. Sail your smile and fill the hearts with life, breath your fragrance in the air and enliven everyone. Believe me you are signature of life. Never believe poets and writers. Only believe me beautiful Ladies. I am a simpleton. I never speak lie and never go near truth. That’s why I am the best blogger. Mind it.

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What is Love

LoveWhat is love?I am trying to find it’sTrue meaning.What is love?I have become old yetI am in search of the meaning ofLoveWhat is love?People say to each otherI love youMan say to womanI love youWoman say n to manI love youMothers say to their childI love youParents say to their childrenI love youChildren say to their parentsI love youGod says I love youThen Why children leave their parentsWhen they need them most?Why men leave their womenWhen they love them more than them?Why husband beat wifeWhen they say I love you?Why they betray each other?Why hearts are broken?Why there are despairPain and suffering?When GOD say I love you all?What is love?I have become oldI am still in search of the meaning ofLove?What is love?Please do enlighten meIf you know?However Happy Valentine day to you all.

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Few words on Happiness

FEW WORDS ON HAPPINESSHappiness is the experience of joy, contentment, or positive well-being, combined with a sense that one’s life is good, meaningful, and worthwhile.In ancient Greek, the word for happiness is a cognate, the word for luck. Hap is the word of Old Norse and Old English for happiness means luck or chance. For Old French heur, giving us bonheur, good fortune or happiness. Gluck is a German word which means both happiness and chance.In all the domains of life, happiness appears to have numerous positive by-products. In becoming happier, we not only boost experiences of joy, contentment, love, pride, and awe but it also improve other aspects of our lives: our energy levels, our immune systems, our engagement with work and with other people, and our physical and mental health. by becoming happier, we bolster our feelings of self-confidence and self-esteem; we come to believe that we are worthy human beings, deserving of respect. if we become happier, we benefit not only ourselves but also our partners, families, communities, and society.Happiness is Good for Health Happiness protects heartLove and happiness never originate in the heart, but it is always good for heart. In a study, happiest participants had a lower heart rate and on follow up after three years (about six beats slower per minute), and had better blood pressure.Over time, these effects can add up to serious differences in heart health. In a 2010 study, researchers invited nearly 2,000 Canadians into the lab to talk about their anger and stress at work. Observers rated them on a scale of one to five for the extent to which they expressed positive emotions like joy, happiness, excitement, enthusiasm, and contentment. Ten years later, the researchers checked in with the participants to see how they were doing—and it turned out that the happier ones were less likely to have developed coronary heart disease. In fact, for each one-point increase in positive emotions they had expressed, their heart disease risk was 22 percent lower.Happiness strengthens immune systemA much earlier experiment found that immune system activity in the same individual goes up and down depending on their happiness. For two months, 30 male dental students took pills containing a harmless blood protein from rabbits, which causes an immune response in humans. They also rated whether they had experienced various positive moods that day. On days when they were happier, participants had a better immune response, as measured by the presence of an antibody in their saliva that defends against foreign substances.Happiness combats stressIn the study mentioned above, where participants rated their happiness more than 30 times in a day, researchers also found associations between happiness and stress. The happiest participants had 23 percent lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol than the least happy, and another indicator of stress—the level of a blood-clotting protein that increases after stress—was 12 times lower.Happy people have fewer aches and painsA 2001 study participants were asked to rate their recent experience of positive emotions, then (five weeks later) how much they had experienced negative symptoms like muscle strain, dizziness, and heartburn since the study began. People who reported the highest levels of positive emotion at the beginning actually became healthier over the course of the study, and ended up healthier than their unhappy counterparts. The fact that their health improved over five weeks and the health of the unhappiest participants declined. Happiness combats disease and disabilityAs adults become elderly, another condition that often afflicts them is frailty, which is characterized by impaired strength, endurance, and balance which puts them at risk of disability and death. In a 2004 study, over 1,550 Mexican Americans ages 65 and older were rated how much self-esteem, hope, happiness, and enjoyment they felt over the past week. After seven years, the participants with more positive emotion ratings were less frail. Researchers also found that happier elderly people of positive emotion were less likely to have a stroke in the subsequent six years; this was particularly true for men.Happiness lengthens our livesIn a 2011 study, almost 4,000 English adults ages 52-79 reported how happy, excited, and content they were multiple times in a single day. Here, happier people were 35 percent less likely to die over the course of about five years than their unhappier counterparts.All that said, health benefits of happiness is still young. It will take time to figure out the exact mechanisms by which happiness influences health, and how factors like social relationships and exercise fit in. But in the meantime, it seems safe to imagine that a happier you will be healthier, too.Last not the least when every country opted for GDP, a tiny Himalyan country Bhutan opted for GDH.Compiled from different sources.

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GeniusEverybody is a geniusEverybody has talentCan fish climb treeCan human live like fish in waterCan a musician become a painterCan a painter become a musicianCan an actor climb mount everestEverybody can try and become butCan never become the bestWe are born with specific qualityOcean is very deep So is human from insideMuch more deeper than oceanEverybody is a geniusIf he or she will explore insideAnd examine himselfThey will find themselvesThey will find their true abilityEverybody will become HappyEverybody will excel in their fieldNo one will work everEverybody will enjoy workEverybody is a geniusCan fish climb tree?

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WheneverWhenever I see my face in mirrorMost of the timeI find someone elseThis person in mirror looksDifferent in different timeSometimes he looks wiseSometimes he looks foolishSometimes he looks like a cheatSometimes he appears trustworthyIt is difficult to judge this manSometimes he talks like a saintSometimes he talks like a sinnerWhenever I see myself in mirrorI find someone elseWhen sun sets and darkness prevailSatan posses this manHe talks vulgarHe acts vulgarWhat he doesHe himself don’t knowI try my best to make him understandBut he simply don’t botherWhenever I see myself in mirrorI find someone elseBut sometimes I find myself in mirrorIt assures me of being myselfI try to think positive and goodI find man in mirror is myselfEven when darkness prevailsI remain what I amOnly with kindness and loveI can tell with certaintyMan in mirror and myselfWill always remain the sameWith love compassion prayers andSurrender to GODTo be what we are will require our constant effortOtherwiseMan in mirror will be differentAt different times.

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He calls everyone

I tried to acquire knowledgeI read booksI met peopleI met learned peopleI thought I am a learned personAn illiterate person asked meWhat is knowledgeI couldn’t replyHe asked what is happinessI tried to explain himHe couldn’t understandThen he asked me Are you happyI told him many thingsHe was not satisfiedHave you ever listen yourInner voiceI said many thingsHe was not satisfiedHe asked meHave you ever heard the voice ofSilenceI said how absurd is your questionHe saidBecome illiterate like meUnlearnWhatever you have learntKnowledge binds youFree yourselfYou will learn everythingWe strive to reach atStarting pointEven then we remain runningHe remains callingWe remain runningOnce I was learned like youNow I have unlearnedEverythingI started listening his callNow I hear the sound of silenceNow I feel aliveNow I feel the pulsating lifeAround meHalo of lightMusic of silenceOf earth and skyAnd of my inner selfHe is divineHe is infiniteHe calls everyone

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If love knocked your doorBe happyYou are chosenOpen your doorInside youLet love reside insideDance and singYou are chosen oneYou will find everythingChanged aroundYou will findThere is no darknessEverything is illuminatedYou can hear songs in airYou can feel fragrance all aroundLove is root of allCreationFly highYou are chosen oneLove resides in youBuddha was epitome of loveChrist was epitome of loveSo was MohammadSo was BrahmaSearch inside youYou are filled with peaceLet your soul wander in This universeBe calmLove is GODPure loveLove resides in youYou are a chosen oneDo you not feelYour loved one have become PrayerChant love mantraChosen one.

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Life is a Riddle

​Life is a riddle. 

          It is custom made for each of us.

          We remain solving it in our unique way. Some of us solve it quickly and some of us take more time.

          Those who solve their riddle quickly they are tagged as intelligent, those who solve their riddle in more than average time are tagged as dumb head but most of us solve our riddle in an average time are considered mediocre or common people.

           Common people are more in number or I should say we are more in number.

           When we solve first riddle another riddle of game of life pops up. This is the beauty of this game of life.

           We become addicted to this game and start enjoying it. Even we start comparing our proficiency with others. We start boasting for our proficiency and try to show off. We start thinking ourselves best among our peers and in general. This makes us inquisitorial being. Another game of higher and higher saddles goes on popping up making us more and more messed up. 

           This process of game playing goes on until the end of our journey of life, when we cease to exist on this planet called earth.

            Death is a biggest leveller it never discriminates between intelligent, dumb headed or mediocre, rich or poor, beautiful or ugly, happy or sad, young or old, theist or atheist.

              It is a life which discriminates, always, at every step but it teaches us the value of patience, perseverance, humility, humanity, aggressiveness, ability to fight, ability to endure rough weathers and make us humane.

               Those of us do not learn all these things and practice it leads a miserable life. Once we learn and practice these things in life we start loving the best attributes of life and experience its subtleness.

               Love teaches us that losers are always the winner of the game of love. This makes our life a beautiful journey.

              Let us make our journey of life a beautiful journey. Let us strive for it.

Review for reader’s favourite 2016 contest

My book FROZEN MOMENTS has been reviewed by Vernita Naylor for the Readers’ Favorite 2016 Book Award Contest!
Vernita Naylor is a business educator that has for over 13 years provided business development and government contracting education and training services to corporate (B2B) and government (B2G) entities and their stakeholders. Additionally, she has written for American Express, Examiner.com, Random House and their affiliates.

She does a lot of volunteer work for churches and organizations like CASA and Girls, Inc to name a few. She is excited to give back to authors with an honest and professional review of their work.
Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem displays a collection of stories within other stories, showcasing the various elements of human character. Tasleem became inspired by watching the lives of others. If you have ever watched people, whether it’s at the grocery store, on public transportation, shopping, or driving in your car, you will see various forms of communication. Tasleem gives us an example of a humanistic character as shown in the case of the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP). The DSP was hospitalized and riddled with pain, but the main objective of his family, particularly his son, was the location of his land, insurance, money and other things of value. The son did not care as much about the well-being of his father, despite the constant warning of the nurse to let him rest. On the other hand, Tasleem posed a question to consider about the DSP and the son. How did the DSP deal with the less fortunate in his line of duty? How will the son of the DSP fare in his future based upon his actions now?

If you are looking for a book about how choices affect not only you, but those around you, consider Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem. I loved this book and especially the concept of human nature. People watching tells a lot. The concept and the development of Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem have great relevance. However, due to the language dialect, some of the beauty of the message being conveyed may be lost. Overall, I loved the essence of the story, so pick up a copy of Frozen Moments by M. Tasleem to check your humanity barometer.
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कभी जालिम के जुल्म में
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