Let your curve speak


curve

Curves are the best body shape of a women to show her beauty created by the God to tell entire world that women are the most wonderful & beautiful creation of the GOD.

Women curves are always a part of discussion in different arenas whether it is painting , dress designing , picture perfect , ancient architecture paintings and many more. In India, Indian women wear saree to flaunt their waist curve which attracts their fiance to love her forever.

Many Television ads are also showing women curves by promoting their products like , wax ,  hair removal cream , pregnancy scar removal oil, Relief bams and many more.

I think if God have not created women so beautiful then these cosmetic companies vanished like anything.

But , I think that the most beautiful curve of a women body is her SMILE

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Smile is the only curve which doesn’t require any fairness , slimness or beauty , it itself a beautiful curve which can catch anyone attention if you want.

Let all our curve to speak but the silence of your lip curve will always the most prettiest thing one would have.

Stay Happy & Smiling.

HAPPY DEEPAWALI

 

 

 

 

Festivals- shower your love with wide smile


Festivals

Festivals are the best enjoyment time for Indians as we have many festivals to celebrate with wearing colorful themes and wide smile on our face.

I love to enjoy each & every moment of festivals and want to celebrate the same I do in my childhood.

My main motive to write this article is to tell everyone that God has given us life to enjoy, help & spread happiness & knowledge.People who criticize others never feel real happiness of life because their mind is only in search of that no one can get more happiness than they have.

God has given us hands to help , lips to smile , eyes to blink and heart to love and spread happiness . Hugs doesn’t require any religion , smiles doesn’t require any glory , hands doesn’t require only  money to help. We need to know the exact use of those things which are gifted by God .

Time is less to live , people are much to tease . Raise your love to reach the best as one hug can give you all reliefs.

Enjoy all upcoming festivals and make everyone yours

 

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Finding Smile


Finding Smile

I lost my precious thing for which I was known for i.e SMILE

Whenever you met any person you remember by his /her face with some special features like big Eyes , Beautiful Lips , Fair complexion , Face cut , Voice & Smile.

If you find a smiling face then you always remember that face as smile is the best ornament one can wear.

I lost that smile , don’t know where it went but yes now I don’t have . I rarely smile and sometimes I talk to myself and laugh. Few memories remind me funny things that my friends did. I know that childhood time is the best time one can have in his/her life and I enjoyed my childhood at the best.

I am finding my smile via writing articles , motivate others and watching cute baby animals.

I know now life is not that easy what I lived but yes one day will come when I find my lost smile and I am waiting for that day.

There are very very few people in this world who can make you laugh so respect those people and salute them for being with you.

Your surrounding is the biggest reason of your happiness or sadness  , getting right people is a good luck but not everyone have.

Soon I am used to it but in this way may be I lost myself ……I am on the journey of Finding myself , Finding Smile.

 

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Have less time to Live-Poem


less time to live

Few days left & I am going to die soon………..

My heart wants to beat more but my condition won’t allow

Is my life sucks or my people.

My Eyes want to blink more but my dark-circles won’t allow

Is my tears sucks or my vision.

My hands want to hold you long but strength won’t allow

Is my love sucks or my addiction.

Soon I’ll leave this world with no take-back

Is my innocence sucks or my wisdom.

Love will stay there But I may not present

Is my voice  sucks or my silence.

 

In remembrance of my soul.

 

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Let the bird fly


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I have listen you crippling sadly & seen your dreams to fly

Your cage may not pamper you and so your food

I saw you calling your mates from ground to so high

Your voice may not help you and so your barrier

I have  seen their movements change  in due course

They’re a restless lot , their struggles relentless

 But their desire to fly is boundless

I want to let you free & see you flying

Your heart feel happiness & so your world too.

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Purpose of Life


life purpose

The purpose of Life isn’t to be Happy – it’s to be fulfilled 

What is your Purpose of Life??? …….Ask this question to you on daily basis.

Majority of people will definitely answer ….Its happiness ” Their purpose to stay Happy”. If you dig deeper into what they mean, they’ll tell that they want to feel good and comfortable and be at ease. On the surface, that sounds innocent enough, but the reality is that this pursuit of happiness is actually the cause of much of our misery. The notion that pleasure and contentment are the solution to all of life’s problems, and that once you acquire these states you have everything you need, is misguided at best and dangerous at worst.

There is more to life than happiness.

Why not happiness?

I consider myself a reasonably happy person. On most days, there is a general baseline that I don’t deviate too far away from for too long. I’m quite fortunate in many ways, and I’m more than grateful for that. I have enough. I don’t need to be filthy rich. I don’t care for fame. I’ve come to terms with the fact that comparing myself to others is a waste of time, and I don’t want to get stuck chasing hedonistic temptations for the rest of my life. There is nothing more that I realistically need.

Yet, I write. And when I write, I want it to be good, and I want people to read it. I have my general ambitions, and there are things I want to accomplish. I work quite hard, and it’s not always fun. But if I’m already content, why? Because I know that if I didn’t have any sort of desire for something more, then I would cease to feel content.

The reason is simple. The cause of my happiness isn’t that I have enough, but it’s that I have worked to get to a point where I have enough. It’s not that I woke one morning not caring what someone thinks or deciding that hedonistic pleasures weren’t important, it’s that I spent a lot of time thinking those things were important, suffered for it, and then worked to make them unimportant. The difference is subtle, but critical.

My happiness isn’t a product of me getting what I want. It’s the byproduct of the different challenges I have proactively overcome to earn what I want. It’s the expectations I have met or readjusted over time. I need something to work at to get it. If I stopped pursing things tomorrow, my lingering happiness would escape. Over time, it would cease to mean anything, and I wouldn’t be able to refuel it by simply wishing for more.

Due to its fleeting nature, happiness alone isn’t enough.

Is struggle always bad?

In many ways, humans can be characterized as biological algorithms. It’s not an entirely perfect analogy, but it works quite well to explain our behavior. We respond to stressors in our environment, which is the input, by manipulating ourselves through a process as to give us an edge that presents itself in the form of an output. Over the long-term, how well we do this determines our ability to thrive.

In the modern world, we have a lot of choice in terms of the exposure that we want to give ourselves to these stressors. Most of us could easily go through life trying to avoid significant challenges that arise in our environment, but that requires a form of escapism, and it’s not necessarily a healthy thing. You may be able to temporarily avoid a fight with your partner or to remove yourself from the desire to work towards a goal, but eventually, something will give. At some point, discomfort invites itself.

While happiness is best defined as a state of being content, we didn’t actually evolve to be content. We evolved to strive and to struggle and to compete, so by nature, we don’t get rewarded for being consistently happy.

Although some parts of society have taken these characteristics to their extreme in how they incentivize the systems and corporations around us, this intrinsic want for more isn’t something we can just shut off. We need to be better and to make progress and to feel more than just enough. This means chasing some ambition, taking on pain, and exposing ourselves to slight variances in emotional states. Doing these things in extremes isn’t the solution, but deviating away from a comfortable median is what actually allows us to maintain a baseline that we can refer to as happiness.

Without struggling against something, enough would cease to be enough.

What’s your story?

Happiness isn’t obtained. It’s earned. It’s not the product. It’s the byproduct. For this reason, the idea that some serene state of bliss can be sustained with pleasure and contentment, although seductive, is misguided. Over the long-term, it takes more than that. It takes a sense of striving. Gratitude is important, to be sure, and so is being well-adjusted enough to not seek out extrinsic motivators to provide a solution, but these things alone will only take you so far. The real secret is to live a story.

It’s to create a narrative that appropriately incentivizes you to choose a level of discomfort and suffering necessary for sustaining a deeper fulfillment. That will actually keep you in motion. That’s what makes the difference.

If you take care of the story, happiness doesn’t need to be enough. You get something better. You get sustained fulfillment.

 

Beautiful Article written by Zat Rana, We thank you for giving us such a logical meaning to live with a correct Purpose of Life.