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Fountain Head By Ayn Rand: Feed me more-A book written ahead of times

Al Pacino's Inspirational Speech

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PepsiCo: Memoir of summer training assault, faults and funny vaults

Survivor - Burning heart (Rocky IV) HQ

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Burning heart

Two worlds collide, rival nations
It's a primitive clash, venting years of frustrations
Bravely we hope against all hope, there is so much at stake
Seems our freedom's up against the ropes
Does the crowd understand?
Is it a East vs. West, or man against man
Can any nation stand alone?

In the burning heart, just about to burst
There's a quest for answers, an unquenchable thirst
In the darkest night, rising like a spire
In the burning heart, the unmistakable fire, in the burning heart

In the warrior's code, there's no surrender
Though his body says stop, his spirit cries never
Deep in our soul a quiet ember
Knows it's you against you
the paradox that drives us on
It's a battle of wills, in the heat of attack
It's the passion that kills
The victory is yours alone

In the burning heart, just about to burst
There's a quest for answers, an unquenchable thirst
In the darkest night, rising like a spire
In the burning heart, the unmistakable f…

Poor Little Rich Slum—Rashmi Bansal: No Silicon Valley, No Princeton University its all About Dharavi my friend

Famous Quotes by me:-

Words of Wisdom by me. Will keep this space updated.

1. A man must take onus for his friends,women, fart and decisions. Be proud of your choice!! It represents who your are.
2. Stay young Stay Raw.
3. Real in school, raw in college, rundee in jobs: human life cycle
4. If you like a girl go and  tell her. Don't miss the chance. If you don't ,you will say http://gugiboss.com/enquiry-form-on-product-detail-page-woo-commerce/

Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms: My take

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I was walking on Sukhna lake, Chandigarhone day with my friends RD and AS .As we were talking about life, love and chicks as usual. Suddenly the intellectual monk in RD came alive and he enlightened us with a person called Sir. Ken Robinson and one off his top ten speeches of TED where he says that current education system is focused on industrial revolution and is junk. This statement made a impact in my mind. I came home, got involved in the mundane stuff. One day my subconscious mind told me to watch the TED Video. I goggled it, I saw it and decided that it should be on my blog. So here it is. From the very moment video starts it will grab your attention. A plain white canvas with screeching sound of pen and wonderful imagination. I loved the moment when he says that the education system divides people broadly into 2 category successful and unsuccessful the latter being fellows who are not good in academics and they think forever in their life that if I had studied well in my schoo…

WWE Summerslam 2012 Music Video

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funny video


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funny video :)

The Other Wes Moore:One name and two fates Do you have the answer??

“When it is time for you to leave this school, leave your job, or even leave this earth, you make sure you have worked hard to make sure it mattered you were even here.” 
I was thinking deep when I finished reading this book. I tried to answer the question but I couldn’t figure out the right answer. I wonder whether there is a right answer or not. 
Flashback: 
A month back I was strolling in my workplace. I took it as excuse as I was tired by sitting and wanted to take doses of vitamin she. So as a predator I hunted in the wild jungle and my eyes socket were looking for a pretty prey who can  recharge my eye balls who were tired by looking at the dull computer screen for long time. During this strategic planning I met another hunter, Kunal Pundir and I stated doing some chit-shit chat with him. He told me there is a book called The other Wes Moore: One name and two fates and gave me a brief introduction about it. I watched the rating on Amazon and I thought lets go for it. The other reas…

Priceless Dilbert Principle: Change, budgeting, ISO 9000 and other Fads

I first posted about Dilbert around 1.5 year back @ http://goo.gl/mHVKP on my blog.  Time flied like a Phantom Fart ,no one knew where it came from but left a smell which fades away slowly. I wrote it  back in college where I pulled out the innocent looking book from library shelve with title The Joy of Work: Dilbert’s Guide to Finding Happiness at the Expense of Your Co-Workers and now I am trying to write about my thoughts on his other book  The Dilbert Principle. Wait before going further let me try to explain why I respect Dilbert. I have quoted 2 snippets from the book below:-
Somewhere between the hallucinations of senior management and the cold reality of the market lies something called a business plan. There are two major steps to building a business plan:-
Gather InformationIgnore ItTotal work equation
Real Work+ Appearance of Work=Total Work
Bruuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!
The simplicity in which Scott Adams, author of Dilbert stitches stupidities of workplace which is totally oppos…

Maroon 5 - She Will Be Loved

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I like the rhyme!!

The Unforgiving Minute: Encore Encore-

“If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run - Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, And - which is more - you'll be a Man my son!” -Rudyard Kipling
In my previous posts (http://tinyurl.com/8y8gdyf) I have expressed my inclination towards war literature.  But my urge to read more about it never finishes. So once I saw rating of this Epic written by CRAIG M. MULLANEY on Amazon I was interested to get my hands on it. A hard bounded edition over 370 pages is indeed a saga of virtue, valor and victory \0/.
Craig’s story is honest to the core and redefines the true spirit of courage and leadership.  It shows the camaraderie between men living in toughest of conditions which forms the basis of brotherhood and “Hand grenade effect” (http://tinyurl.com/8y8gdyf).
Entire book is divided into three parts “Students”, “Soldier” and “Veteran”  and each takes you towards the preparation of author for the ultimate litmus test “the unforgiving …