Tuesday, May 26, 2009
"To live happily ever after"
I've always loved fairy tales from childhood. The princess stories are my favorite may be because everything in it will be so pretty and beautiful and if we see our lives even it is the same but we fail to recognize it at times.The bad guy of the story makes things more perfect.He does a evil thing to hurt and in turn they become strong.'NO ONE CAN HURT U UNLESS U LET THEM TO'
Though they have to undergo such an agitation but it makes them understand things better and gives them scope for improvement. and it is necessary for the good characters who survive it to move on n that's when they live happily ever after.
so,I believe in MOVING ON and focus on other things life's short live it happily without regrets and get what i want n be everything what i want to be:)
Sunday, May 10, 2009
When you feel sad
Come to me I will embrace you
Your agony will be drained away.
When you feel happy
come to me I will embrace you
your happiness will grow and will be doubled
when u don’t feel anything
come to me I will embrace you
you will know me who I am
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I LOVE PURPLE COLOR. That's my fave color since i was in 7th grade. I dunno why i love that color but i just have major attraction to it.
Later in my high school i learnt that it was known as royal colour as the kings used to wear attire of this color.This color dyes were very expensive as it was very hard to make this and get this color and hence only rich like kings were the one who could afford it.
The word purple has its origin in the word 'purpura' that describes a kind of shell fish
from which purple dye was being produced so that clothes
could be dyed. The word became popular when it started being used to be given colour to ROYAL ATTIRE and thus royalty has also been associated with it.
But nowadays the word is being used to describe a number of things and many of them are phrases and idioms.
The term purple patch is used to describe a period in which somebody is enjoying a spout of success in his life
and when some body uses the word purple heart he is talking about a medal that is given to the armed forces in the US and it has been given to those who have been wounded while in battle.
First-year students at Veterinary school were attending their first Anatomy class, with a real dead pig.
They all gathered around the surgery table with the body covered with a White sheet. The professor started the class by telling them, 'In Veterinary Medicine it is necessary to have two important qualities as a Doctor: The first is that you not be disgusted by anything involving the Animal body'. For an example, the Professor pulled back the sheet, touched his finger in the mouth of the dead pig, withdrew it and put his Finger in his mouth. 'Go ahead and do the same thing,' he told his students.
The students freaked out, hesitated for several minutes. But eventually took turns putting their finger in the mouth of the dead pig and tasted in their mouth.
When everyone finished, the Professor looked at them and said, 'The Second most important quality is observation. I touched with my middle Finger and tasted on my index finger. Now learn to pay attention…
Moral of the story:"LIFE IS TOUGH BUT ITS LOT TOUGHER WHEN YOU'RE STUPID."
Monday, May 4, 2009
MARLEY AND ME
ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
THE DARK KNIGHT
FORGETTING SARA MARSHALL
WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS
SUPER HERO MOVIE
GOOD LUCK CHUCK
I NOW PRONOUNCE YOU CHUCK AND LARRY
BALLS OF FURRY THE NAKED MILE
yours mine and ours
mr.and mrs. smith
the butterfly effect
,10 things i hate about you,
save the last dance,
40 year old vergin,
gingersnap 1 and 2,
john tucker must die,
,mmmm when a stranger calls,
the grudge 1 and 2
,saw 1 2 3
,a walk to remember,
fun with dick and jane
,the ring 1 and 2
the hot chick,
the date movie,
8 legged freaks
over the hedge
,BLADES OF GLORY,
SANTA CLAUSE 1 2 AND 3,
Friday, May 1, 2009
'That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind' said the American astronaut Neil Armstrong, landing on the moon.
The English astrophysicist Fred Hoyle agreed that it was a small step: 'Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards'. But the difficulties of that short journey have been memorably encapsulated by the words of astronaut James Lovell of Apollo 13: 'Houston, we've had a problem', and flight director Gene Krantz's response: 'Failure is not an option'.
The pioneering German rocket engineer Wernher von Braun took a very positive line on colonising space: 'Don't tell me that man doesn't belong out there. Man belongs wherever he wants to go - and he'll do plenty well when he gets there', but the English theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking was more cautious: 'We won't find anywhere as nice as Earth unless we go to another star system'. 'Beautiful! Beautiful! Magnificent desolation' was the reaction of the American astronaut Buzz Aldrin, on landing on the moon.
Astronomy deals in large numbers. 'Space is almost infinite. As a matter of fact, we think it is infinite' said the American Republican politician Dan Quayle. Three hundred years earlier the French scientist Blaise Pascal said 'The eternal silence of these infinite spaces terrifies me'. The same silence inspired the Italian-born American physicist Enrico Fermi to formulate his question on the existence of extra-terrestrials 'But where is everybody?'
But perhaps the most famous quotation on astronomy remains one of the earliest: Galileo's 'But it does move' said, according to tradition, after he had recanted his assertion that the earth moves around the sun.