Showing posts from May, 2012

You Said It

Shakespeare .."Coins always make sound, but currency notes are always silent. So when your value increases, keep yourself calm and silent" John Keats. . "It is very easy to defeat someone, But it is very hard to win someone"   Einstein .. "I am thankful to all those who said NO to me. It is Because of them I did it myself.." Shakespeare ."Never play with the feelings of others, because you may win the game but the risk is that you will surely loose the person for life time".   Abraham Lincoln . "If friendship is your weakest point, then you are the strongest person in the world" Shakespeare .."Laughing faces do not mean that there is absence of sorrow! But it means that they have the ability to deal with it". Willian Arthur .."Opportunities are like sunrises, If you wait too long you can miss them". Napoleon .. "The world suffers a lot. Not because of the violence of bad people, But because of the silen

Toothpaste and Forwarded Emails

I still receive forwarded email once in a while though I would admit that with the ever increasing popularity of social networking sites, this has remarkably gone down. A few months back I received an email with the subject as 15  Brilliant  Uses of Toothpaste. And that declared that  toothpaste's cleaning capabilities work wonders on many things besides our teeth. The same ingredients that help polish our pearly whites can also soothe some common ailments, make household items sparkle, and even get rid of stains and pungent smells.   I am glad that I did not delete this mail without reading it as opposed to my usual action with such mails. As I glanced through, a few of the uses mentioned caught my attention and particularly the one at number 11 in the list. Recently my daughter's DVD of Barbie movies stopped working and she was visibly unhappy. I  remembered this email. Nobody at home had any faith at this remedy but Voila! it worked. This over used DVD got an extra