You will Miss my Writing!!! ” An Author’s Predict”

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Nothing in this world is constant except change.

An author is the one who is writing for their readers insanely. He never think about the good or the bad article he will write , he always try to write the best thing he has in his mind. An author cannot make happy to his all readers by his articles but yes he can tell you the truth which you are going to experience in your life by his writing.

An author is the one who has/will experience of all the ups & downs so that he can narrate you the best by his writing.

“You may love it or not but he will never stop”

He will never stop writing his own words because his readers are waiting , waiting to listen or to read the new & latest facts of life.

An Author never let you down , he will understand your requirements, live your problems , experience them and then write a solution . You will always get the best of your author as he is never biased and he will give you the exact reason of doing what he is saying.

He may not ever write for you but do remember his writing. His writing will make him alive forever in people.

You will miss my writing when I will not able to write , do remember all the day & nights you read my articles and felt relaxed , all the pages of articles that made your day happy. Remember me in your heart . One day you will get what you want , the much you give the much you receive and your all problems get resolve , its my predict !!!!!..Remember me when I will not able to write , said by an Author.

Friends that all from An Author’s side to tell our readers that we want to be alive forever in your hearts.

Being an Artist.


An artist has the power to recreate anything in their life by their nature of art.They offer a sanctuary of Beauty to this ugly world.

We all have an artist hiding inside us who can create a beautiful world around. We just need to poke it to awake it & to ping it.

An artist is not paid for his Labor but for his vision , James Whistler.A great lines said by the author .

Your work will only be appreciated when your vision is right and true.You have to focus on your vision & make a desire to draw it in its actual form.An art has the power to speak , to illuminate , to reveal , to educate , inspire & motivate.

Being an artist one should not stop dreaming , analyzing & creating as these 3 are the USP  based on which one can become a great artist.

Art of an artist itself communicate the whole story of an artist same as our good doing itself tell about our nature to others.We always try to wake up our inside child to make our mind more creative and function.

For my wonderful artists …Keep it up and create a beautiful world from your Art around you.

Dreams “Your efforts make them real”


Dreams are part of our life , we all dreams every-night while sleeping and sometimes we do day-dreaming too.

Dreams are what????? Someone want to say that you can do it and who is this someone this is your inner soul who want you to do what you dreaming.

Dreams are the imaginary creation of our mind and we have to poke our-self to accomplish those creations.Dreams are the clue given by our mind that we have the capability to do things which we dream.

Every dream has some relation with our present , past & future.Dreams want to tell us that whether this is going to happen in future or may be it was your past. Dreams want to talk to your inner soul and sometimes these dreams will actually take the form of reality in your life.

Dreams are more real then reality itself, they are closer to the self….Gao Jingjian.

Dream must have some connection with your practical life, suppose if you slept and dreamt that your life is full of joy and when awake then find yourself serving others then don’t get stressed , it means that your service is your joy and then you will realize the true meaning of your dream. Dream will not show you the exact situation ,it will only give you a hint of life how to live it.

Dream are your creation, respect your creativity.

15 Life-Changing Inventions That Were Created By Mistake. Mistakes are good for learning.

The slinky

Inventor: Richard Jones, a naval engineer

What he was trying to make: A meter designed to monitor power on naval battleships

How it was created: Jones was working with tension springs when one of them fell to the ground. The spring kept bouncing from place to place after it hit the ground, and the slinky was born.


Inventor: Sir Alexander Fleming, a scientist

What he was trying to make: Ironically, Fleming was searching for a “wonder drug” that could cure diseases. However, it wasn’t until Fleming threw away his experiments that he found what he was looking for.

How it was created: Fleming noticed that a contaminated Petri dish he had discarded contained a mold that was dissolving all the bacteria around it. When he grew the mold by itself, he learned that it contained a powerful antibiotic, penicillin.

Chocolate-chip cookies

Inventor: Ruth Wakefield, Owner of the Toll House Inn

What she was trying to make: Regular chocolate cookies

How it was created: While mixing a batch of cookies, Wakefield discovered she was out of baker’s chocolate. As a substitute she broke sweetened chocolate into small pieces and added them to the cookie dough. She expected the chocolate to melt, making chocolate cookies, but the little bits stuck.

Potato chips

Inventor: George Crum, a chef at the Carey Moon Lake House in Saratoga Springs

What they were trying to make: A plate of fried potato

How it was created: One day a customer sent back his plate of potatoes many times and kept asking for them to be more fried and thinner. Crum lost his temper, sliced the potatoes insanely thin and fried them until they were hard as a rock. To the chef’s surprise, the customer loved them and wanted more!

The Pacemaker

Inventor: John Hopps, an electrical engineer

What he was trying to make: Hopps was conducting research on hypothermia and was trying to use radio frequency heating to restore body temperature.

How it was created: During his experiment he realized if a heart stopped beating due to cooling, it could be started again by artificial stimulation. This realization led to the pacemaker.

Silly Putty

Inventor: James Wright, an engineer at General Electric

What he was trying to make: During World War II, The United States Government needed rubber airplane tires, boots for soldiers, etc. Wright was trying to make a rubber substitute out of silicon, since it was a widely available material.

How it was created: During a test on silicon oil, Wright added boric acid to the substance. The result was a gooey mess that bounced. Although no one could find any real use for it, it became a fun toy!

Microwave ovens

Inventor: Percy Spencer, an engineer with the Raytheon Corporation

What he was trying to make: The engineer was conducting a radar-related research project with a new vacuum tube

How it was created: Spencer realized that the candy bar in his pocket began to melt during his experiments. He then put popcorn into the machine, and when it started to pop, he knew he had a revolutionary device on his hands.

Saccharin (an artificial sweetener)

Inventor: Constantine Fahlberg, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University

What he was trying to make:Fahlberg was investigating the oxidation of o-toluenesulfonamide, whatever that means!

How it was created: Fahlberg’s discovery happened because he forgot to wash his hands. He had spilled a chemical on his hands in the lab that caused his bread to taste very sweet. The researcher immediately requested a patent and mass-produced his product.


Inventor: An unknown cook in China

What he was trying to make: According to legend, the cook was simply experimenting in the kitchen.

How it was created: A cook accidentally mixed together charcoal, sulfur, and saltpeter – common kitchen items 2000 years ago. When the mixture was compressed in a bamboo tube (why the cook did that we have no idea), it exploded.


Inventor: Patsy Sherman, a chemist for 3M

What she was trying to make: Sherman was assigned to work on a project to develop a rubber material that would not deteriorate from exposure to jet aircraft fuels.

How it was created: She accidentally dropped the mixture she was experimenting with on her shoe. While the while the rest of her shoe became dirty and stained, one spot remained bright and clean. She retraced her steps and identified the stain resistant compound, known today as scotchguard.

Corn Flakes

Inventor: The Kellogg brothers, John and Will

What they were trying to make: A pot of boiled grain

How it was created: The brothers accidentally left a pot of boiled grain on the stove for several days. The mixture turned moldy but the product that emerged was dry and thick. Through experimentation they eliminated the mold part and created corn flakes.

LSD as a drug

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Inventor: Albert Hofmann, a chemist

What he was trying to make: He was researchinglysergic acid derivatives in a laboratory in Basel, Switzerland

How it was created: Hofmann unintentionally swallowed a small amount of LSD while researching its properties and had the first acid trip in history.

Ink-Jet printers

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Inventor:  A Canon engineer

How it was created: After resting his hot iron on his pen by accident, ink was ejected from the pens point a few moments later. This principle led to the creation of the inkjet printer.

Post-it notes

Inventor: Spencer Silver, a researcher in 3M Laboratories

What he was trying to make: A strong adhesive

How it was created: While working away, Silver created an adhesive that was actually weaker than what already existed. It stuck to objects but could be pulled off easily without leaving a mark. Years later a colleague spread the substance on little pieces of paper to mark his place in his choir hymn book, and the idea was born.


Inventor: Wilhem Roentgen, an eccentric physicist

What he was trying to make: He was interested in investigating the properties of cathodic ray tubes.

How it was created: When shining light through the tubes he noted fluorescent papers in his lab were illuminated even though his machine had an opaque cover.

Friends sometimes our mistake teach us alot and even this world too….So keep doing mistakes….Mistakes are good to learn something.