At the end of the day …. “Most Important Life Lesson for All”!!


~~June 16, 2015~~ 

About Steve Jobs

A child put up for adoption soon after birth, a college dropout who just had a single calligraphy course as his formal education could never have been a millionaire until he is Steve Jobs.

Now this name is synonymous with élan. Jobs preached that no matter what happens in your life, struggles in school or an unsuccessful career path — every aspect will somehow help you down the road.


“Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards,” Jobs said. “So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.

This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.”


Jobs gave an inspiring commencement address at Stanford in 2005.

Though he is not with us anymore, he made sure that he leaves behind a giant company we all know it today as the Apple.


~~Steve Jobs Inspiring Speech~~

Most Important Life Lesson for All

Video Inspiration

~~Published on Feb 3, 2014~~

Here is the Steve jobs inspiring speech which teaches most important life lesson for students, entrepreneurs, teachers, employees and everybody else.


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We ALL are ONE!! 


Words that make me think …. Point of no return!!

~~July 18, 2014~~ 

“Point of no return”

The point of no return is the point beyond which one must continue on one’s current course of action because turning back is physically impossible, prohibitively expensive or dangerous. A particular irreversible action (e.g., setting off an explosion or signing a contract) can be a point of no return, but the point of no return can also be a calculated point during a continuous action (such as in aviation).


I had a very dear friend once in my life a while back. She always spoke of a story she’d heard before … a life lesson , a lesson learned.


You have a glass figurine, an expensive wine goblet, an ornate mirror. You look at it, you admire it and you value it. It’s one of your most valuable and prized possessions. 

By a stroke of luck or an ill-fated moment, it falls to the ground and it shatters into several pieces. You pick it up lovingly and sadly assess the damage. 

Wait! You can put it back together. Get the best glue and painstakingly put every broken piece in its place, like a puzzle. Slowly but surely the item regains its shape. 

However, it will never be the same. It will never look the same. In spite of the back that it’s in one piece, there will always be the imperfection. The fact it there will always be a mark on the margins where it was mended.

It has lost it’s true value. 

It will never be the same again! 



This applies to any type of relationship. 

~~Shattering Glasses~~

~Slow Motion~

~Published on Jan 29, 2014~


We ALL are ONE!!