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Saturday, November 15, 2014
Nothing great can come unless we work for it. Dreams can never become reality without hard work.
“Fortune approaches him who is industrious. It is the weak minded who says ‘fate gives’ No acts are done by mere desires’ they are only done by mere diligence. The deer does not enter the mouth of a sleeping lion. Men obtain the desire fruit by personal efforts, while those mounting in manliness spark of destiny only. Neither the lazy nor those who depends solely on destiny fulfill their objective. Therefore one should persist in self efforts by all means. These are the words of scriptures.
“Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety nine percent of perspiration, “says Thomas Alva edition.
There are many stories of success. Among them was a world renewed speaker, Demosthenes. How could he achieve that? He has a strong desire to become a powerful speaker.
It was not an easy task for him. He had a stammer, added to that he was not able to speak long sentences at a stretch due to stage fear, a feeble voice and many such difficulties. But he could succeed only through hard work. As per the doctor advice he placed beads of flint on his tongue and tried to utter words clearly and loudly. He would stand before the sea and deliver speeches in a loud voice. He spent almost 15 hours a day studying books of various interests and became a reservoir of knowledge.
The perfect his manners and gestures, he would stand before a life size mirror and deliver his speeches, bolting the room from inside. Hard work and sincere efforts ultimately resulted in success, and he became a powerful and effective public speaker.
Let us have a high dream and work hard to manifest that hidden power within. By constant efforts success is bound to come.“To succeed, you must have tremendous perseverance, tremendous will. I will drink the ocean, says the preserving soul, at my will mountains will crumble up,. Have that sort of energy, that sort of will, work hard and you will reach the goal.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
There are two types of people: realistic and idealistic. Both are needed for the betterment of society. Idealistic people need to develop a little practical wisdom to execute their ideas according to changing circumstances and should be a little liberal to accept slight modification & adjustment in the practical field to work out there plans successfully. But if they stick to their ideology without realizing practical difficulties, if they never try to listen to the people who are experts in execution because of their practical experience and working skill, and are unwilling to accept any advice from anybody, they can be called over confidence people.
For example, he who has never got into a plane trying to occupy the seat of the pilot, or one who has never held a gun is ready to go to battle field or a person terribly afraid of water trying to cross the ocean by swimming. What happened to the great warrior Abhimanyu though a courageous, heroic and bold but a bit over confidant? He knew how to enter into the labyrinth but did not know how to come out of it. He thought that somehow he would be able to manage. His over-confidence cost him his life. Duryodhana also committed the same mistake, He knew the strength of Pandavas, whom sir Krishna himself was protecting. Over confidant Duryodhana underestimated the strength of his opponents and lost everything.
Again there are people of tremendous capacities to perform wonders but who are not aware their own strength. They always undermine their abilities and try to avoid the task. All they need is the little motivation, reminder and inspiration. The moment you awaken that giant within them they will do wonders.
Mahavir hanuman had all power and strength within him to cross the ocean but he was not aware of that. When Jambavan reminded him of his strength, his confidence was awakened and he reached Ceylon jumping across the ocean in search of Mother Sita.
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Saturday, June 28, 2014
Founded in 1914 and affiliated to FIFA since 1923, the Confederaçao Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) boasts a staggering list of honours: five FIFA World Cups™, eight Copa Americas, four FIFA Under-20 World Cups, three FIFA Under-17 World Cups, two FIFA Confederations Cups, four FIFA Futsal World Cups, three FIFA Beach Soccer World Cups and dozens of continental trophies. Few federations have left anything like the same mark on international football.
In fact, the only sour note for the country that produced Pele came in the final of 'their' 1950 FIFA World Cup. Watched by 174,000 stunned supporters packed into the mythical Maracana stadium, the Seleçao let the fourth edition of the Jules Rimet Cup slip from their grasp in a 2-1 defeat to Uruguay.
Football occupies pride of place in Brazil, and although Brazilians are also passionate about volleyball, basketball, tennis, formula-one and other motor sports, only the legendary Ayrton Senna is revered in quite the same way as the country's most famous exponents of 'the beautiful game'.
Chief among them is O Rei, Pele, whose name is almost synonymous with Brazilian sport itself, but a whole raft of unique talents have worn the Seleção shirt with distinction down the years: Leonidas, Garrincha, Didi, Vava, Zagallo, Tostão, Zico, Jairzinho, Carlos Alberto, Socrates, Bebeto, Romario, Cafu, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos. The list of players who have etched their names into the collective memory is quite literally breathtaking.
Brazilian football continues to produce exceptional new talents, and these days it is superstars Ronaldinho (Ronaldo de Assis Moreira) and Kaka (Ricardo Izecson Santos Leite) who are thrilling football-lovers the world over.
It is often said that the first European explorer to set foot in the country was Spaniard Vicente Yanez Pinzon, who supposedly landed near the site of modern-day Recife on 26 January 1500. Officially, however, it is Portuguese Pedro Alvares Cabral who is regarded as the discoverer of Brazil. His fleet, in search of the Indias, sailed into the South of modern-day Bahia on 22 April 1500. Since 1530, the Portuguese Crown implemented a colonising policy that lasted centuries and ended when Dom Pedro I declared the country's independence on 7 September 1822.
After 1822, Brazil was governed by an imperial dynasty until a military revolt led by Marshal Manuel Deodoro da Fonseca forced Emperor Dom Pedro II to abdicate in November 1889. The country became a republic and, despite a long period of instability and even military dictatorship between 1964 and 1985, it now enjoys the fruits of democracy.
Current President Dilma Rousseff has held the post since her inauguration on 1 January 2011.
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