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How to Make Huge Difference to Indian Economy?

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Before 12 months 1 US $ = IND Rs 39
After 12 months, now 1 $ = IND Rs 56.619 Do you think US Economy is booming? No, but Indian Economy is Going Down. Our economy is in your hands...

A cold drink that costs only 70 / 80 paisa toproduce, is sold for Rs.9 and a major chunk of profits from these are sent abroad. This is a serious drain on INDIAN economy.
What you can do about it? 1. Buy only products manufactured by WHOLLY INDIAN COMPANIES. 2.You don't need to give-up your lifestyle. You just need to choose an alternate product. All categories of products are available from


THE WEALTHY MAN AND THE SHOEMAKER There was once a poor shoemaker who was always in a good mood. He was so happy that he sang from morning to night..  There were always children standing at his window and listening to him sing. Next door to him lived a very rich man.  He spent entire nights counting his money, and then went to bed in the morning.  But he could not sleep because of the shoemaker’s singing.  One day he figured out how he could keep the shoemaker from singing. So he invited the shoemaker to come over and see him.  He did. To his great surprise, the rich man gave him a little bag filled with gold coins.  When the shoemaker got back home, he opened the little bag.  Never in his life had he ever seen so much money. He counted it all out carefully, and the children watched him.  It was so much that the shoemaker was afraid to let it out of sight and so he took it along to bed at night. But even there he kept thinking about the money and could not sleep. So then he go…


UNDERSTANDING While on a walk one day, I was surprised to see a man hoeing his garden while sitting in a chair. “What laziness!” I though. But suddenly I saw, leaning against his chair, a pair of crutches. The man was at work despite his handicap. The lesson I learned about snap judgments that day has stayed with me for years now: the crosses people bear are seldom in plain sight.


VIRTUE’S ATTRACTIVENESS Henry has a short story about a lad who was brought up in a village. In school, he used to sit beside a girl and they were fond of each other. He went to the city and fell into evil ways. He became a pickpocket and a petty thief. One day he snatched an old lady’s purse. It was clever work and he was pleased. And then he saw coming down the street the girl whom he used to know, still sweet with the radiance of innocence. Suddenly, he saw himself for the cheap, vile thing he was.  Burning with shame, he leaned his head against the cool iron of a lamp post. “God,” he said, “I wish I could die.” He saw himself.

WAITING FOR GOD TO COME(God is in others)

WAITING FOR GOD TO COME(God hidden in others)
Once, God promised an elderly lady that he would visit her that day. Naturally she was a bit proud about that.  She scrubbed and cleaned and polished and dusted and put everything in order. And then she sat down and waited for God to come. Suddenly someone knocked at the door. In a hurry, she raced to the door, hastily pulled it open and what did she see but just a poor beggar standing outside. “No, not today; for heaven’s sake get along with you.  I’m waiting for God to come any minute now, I can’t be bothered with you.” So she sent the beggar of and closed the door behind him.  After a while there was another knock. This time the lady opened even faster than before.  But what did she see sanding outside? Just some poor old man. “I’m waiting for the good Lord to come.  Sorry, I can’t take care of you today,” With that she slammed the door in his face. Quite a bit later someone again knocked at the door. She opened it and who s…


WE’RE PERSONAL BEFORE GOD A traveler in southern Russia before the Second World War, was taken to see a humble old woman in a little cottage.  The old lady asked the visitor if she was by any chance going to Moscow. The traveler said she was.  “Then” asked the woman, “Would you mind delivering a parcel of home-made toffee to my son? He cannot get anything like it in Moscow.” Her son’s name was Josef Salin.  We do not normally think of him, who was once a dictator of all /Russia, as a man who liked toffee. But his mother did! For her, the labels of greatness did not count.

A Woman's Place

A Woman's PlaceThere is a cute story told about the Governor of Texas, then Mark White. Governor White and his wife were driving through the open Texas countryside one day, out for a relaxing drive and talk The couple happened to be around the area where Mrs. White grew up, and as they pulled into a gas station to fuel up and check out the car, Mark noticed a little nervousness with his wife. He didn't say anything, but when the gas station attendant came out to their car, Mark began to notice what was really going on. Both his wife and the attendant looked surprised to see each other, and they acted with that awkwardness that two people have when they've been close in the past, but weren't anymore. Governor White pretended not to notice this. They finished at the gas station and continued back down the highway. The car fell silent and neither said a word. For a long time they remained silent, and all the while Mrs. White kept looking out the window, staring…

Quotes form sachin tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar -“There are a few players who don't like to think about the game.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“My point of view is that when I am playing cricket I cannot think that this game is less or more important.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“Moment there is contact your sub conscious mind knows whether it's a single or more. It's that fraction of contact that matters.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“I never played with a runner in my entire life, even in schools, because only I know where the ball is going and how hard, when I hit the ball, something my runner will never know about.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“I just want to continue the way I am going.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“I have never tried to compare myself to anyone else.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“I have never believed in comparisons, whether they are about different eras, players or coaches.”

 Sachin Tendulkar -“I believe every era has its significance and the same holds true for players and coaches.”

Real Life Incident: Mother Teresa Gets Saliva from Shop Keeper

Real Life Incident: Mother Teresa Gets Saliva from Shop Keeper:
Mother Teresa was once living in a small house in Calcutta along with some orphans. One day it so happened that there was nothing for the children to eat.  Mother Teresa did not know what to do. 

Mother Teresa called all the children and said, “Come children today we have nothing to eat in the house.  But, if we pray to God he will surely give.” After ten minutes of prayer, Mother Teresa said to the children “Come, now let us go and beg."  So they all went to beg. 

In the neighborhood of Mother Theresa, there was one shop keeper who hated Mother Teresa. Mother went to him and said “Please, give something to eat.”

The person looked at Mother Teresa with anger and spit saliva on Mother Teresa's hand.  Mother gently wiped the saliva to her sari and said, “Thank you for what you have given for me. Will you give something for my children?”

The shop keeper was shocked at the humility of Mother Teresa asked par…

King Bruce and Spider: Learns Courage and Perseverance

King Robert the Bruce of Scotland, pursued after defeat in the battle, hid in a lonely cave.  King Bruce tried to plan the future but was tempted to despair.  King Bruce had lost heart and had decided to give up when his eye was caught by a spider. The insect (Spider) was making carefully and painfully its way up a slender thread to its web in the corner above.  King Bruce watched as it made several unsuccessful attempts and thought as it fell back to the bottom repeatedly how it typified his own efforts.  Then at last the spider made it. King Bruce took courage and persevered and the example of the spider brought its reward.
King Robert the Bruce of Scotland, pursued after defeat in the battle, hid in a lonely cave.  King Bruce tried to plan the future but was tempted to despair.  King Bruce had lost heart and had decided to give up when his eye was caught by a spider. The insect (Spider) was making carefully and painfully its way up a slender thread to its web in the corner above.  K…