I Wish that I Could Cause the Sun
To Warm the World with Love
Remove the Clouds a Moment
To Reveal the Stars Above.
I Wish that I Could Wipe that Tear
From the Corner Of your Eye
Bring Happiness For Your Sorrow
Bring a Smile For Your Sigh.
I Wish that I Could Better Things
Put Hope Within Your Heart
Make Today the Best you’ve Had
Right From Its Very Start
I Wish that I Were Able
To Make Your Dreams Come True
I wish I Could – I Wish I Could
Do All These Things For You !!
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You means a lot to me. I’m sorry if my action hurt you. Though my memory may bring it back, Won’t you please try to put it away?
I came to ur city, but can’t reach ur heart,
I had always wanted my life, to be ur part.
I have been destiny’s child, going where life took me,
Yet you were the only person, whom I want to see.
I sit outside your door, hoping you would come out,
To see what I have become, in your love’s.
Waiting for you to invite me into your life,
And be your friend, lover and life.
I know, in your love, I have become hungry and foolish,
And there is not much in life that I wish.
May be a normal job n own some money,
But should have a plenty of time to spend with you…………..
Diwali or the Festival of light is celebrated all over India, it signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.
Diwali is known for its lighting-up every corner of the house with diyas and candles. Filling the house with light and opening the doors and windows also signifies, welcoming the goddess Lakshmi to the house especially during the puja hours.
People use to decorated their houses with diyas and candles for the festival, although traditionally ‘earthen lamps’ lit with oil and cotton wicks are also widely used. For outdoor decorations, colorful strings of electric lights and rows of diyas adorn their houses.
People make beautiful Rangoli in India involving a lot of fun, creativity and hard work. Rangolis are paintings made on the floor with either colorful sawdust, flowers, rice-grains or chalk. The designs are mainly symbolic of the festival such as footprints of goddess Lakshmi, floral patterns, shankh and geometric patterns made by joining dots and lines.
But today things are changing, the way Diwali was celebrated before. During my schooldays we use see sweets use to be exchange, people use to buy gift for others……. But now people don’t exchange sweets or gift, but one thing which have not yet change is the use of firecrackers 2 celebrate Diwali………
In India we like 2 adopt new culture, fashion, or whatever it may be……. So this Diwali, I thought of doing something new, so i told myself no more crackers, instead I bought a gift for mother with that money……..
Be Safe n Say no 2 Crackers………….
I would like to thank Sandhya Mam http://indfused.wordpress.com/
4 nominating me for the Liebster Award! It really a great honour 4 me to be nominated. Once again Thank you very much………
Here are my 11 random facts about me –
- I m a guy, with lovable nature.
- I like 2 do things which I like.
- Drawing is my hobby.
- I like travelling, n search new places.
- I m good in expressing my feelings in words
- I love reading Books……..
- I spend quality time with my friends n family
- I m damn serious towards relationship.
- I lov music, but nevr tried singing…..
- Lastly I m a techno freak!!
- Itz impossible to tell everything about me…
THE RULES FOR ACCEPTING THE AWARD ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Post the award on your blog.
Thank the blogger who presented this award and link back to their blog.
Write 11 random facts about yourself.
Nominate 11 bloggers who you feel deserve this award and who have less than 200 followers.
Answer 11 questions posted by the presenter and ask your nominees 11 questions.
Following are the 11 bloggers I am honored to nominate-
Here are my 11 answers to your questions –
- Relaxed n peaceful
- Cracking joke on friends
- Spring Valley Tezpur
- Just a few close ones
Well here are my eleven questions for the nominees:
- Why did you start your blog?
- Your favorite novel and author?
- 3 things that you cannot imagine leaving without?
- Do u keep a diary/journal & if so, why?
- What is ur purpose of life?
- What ur hobby?
- What’s your favourite colour?
- What three positive words describe you or want to be known as?
- Name one thing that hate about yourself and you want to change?
- The most precious gift you even got???
- One piece of advice you’d like to give me ?
I was wrong…..
Please forgive me, and let’s start a new.
You means a lot to me.
I’m so sorry my blunder hurt you.
Though your memory may bring it back up,
Won’t you please try to put it away?
I’ll be tactful and sensitive now;
I’ll think of your needs every day.
Let’s go on with our lives as we were;
I’d take it all back if I could.
Let’s focus on positive things;
What we have is important and good.
Well…today I was invited 2 my school “Sacred Heart” which is celebrating its Silver Jubilee function. It is almost 9 years that I m officially visiting my school, although I had been there a couple of times in between.
It feels great to be part of the silver jubilee function of my school. Let me take you back to the year 1993 when I joined this school for LKG (lower kindergarten). The school started with a building with just a handful of students…..
I don’t remember much about my early day, but I can say that it was a unique experience some good some bad!…. After joining the school, I continued all the way for 12 long years till 2005 till my 10th standard…I can say that I grew up along with the school!
I know that it was “Teacher’s day” a month ago. On this occasion, I would like to thank all my teachers, the Principal and resource persons right from day 1 till 2005 in this school and to all those in the other institutions I went to, for their encouragement and support.
I am glad to have contributed my bit to the school.
One more thing I wanted to talk was about an ‘alumni meet’. It would be good to have an alumni group or website or ‘alumni meet’ probably once in a year or twice in a year, where we could all get together, share our experience and thoughts; and interact actively with the school…….
I think that’s all I wanted to say. I Thank you for inviting me.
Special Thanks to Sister Christopher (Principal),
Mufty Sir, Madhumita Mam, Geeta Mam, Asim Sir