Motivational legacy ❤

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Think Big 👍

If you think you are too small to make a difference.. Then please try sleeping with a mosquito 💫

#patience #success #thinkbig #motivation #inspiration ✌

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Try, Try and Try ! 

धीरज मत खोओ। हीनता और हताशा तुम्हें शोभा नहीं देती। अपने आत्म-विश्वास को बढ़ाओ, फिर से प्रयास करो, तुम्हें सफलता अवश्य मिलेगी ।


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My Last Apology

Today is my birthday and she is the first one to wishing me… ..

This is dedicated to her…  

 ​I am sorry that I hurt you …you were my best friend…

I still can’t believe that our friendship faced a tragic end…

I owe you an apology…and I guess this is the right time…

I am a Criminal…hurting you was my crime…

never wanted to let you down…never wanted to see you frown….

it’s been a month I am having this feeling and I am so down…

it wasn’t my intentions to make you sad…..

it’s that all the things I did for you went bad….

now you hate me….that was very hard to accept…

I am feeling like burdened…like I have a debt…

Lets be honest.. one month went like a whole year…

I wish I could move life..in Reverse gear…

Punish me…forgive me…that is what I need…

I just want to undo my wrong deed…

I just want you to know…that I still care..

and I want to make …everything clear and Fair…
Please Forgive me…that is all what I can say…

I don’t want to live like this …it’s becoming harder day by day… 

Sorry.. 😞


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Life, Love , Hope !

Infuse your life with action. Don’t wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future. Make your own hope. Make your own love. And whatever your beliefs, honor your creator, not by passively waiting for grace to come down from upon high, but by doing what you can to make grace happen… yourself, right now, right down here on Earth…

Stay here 😊

​The Mother With One Eye

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Fictional story to make you think or cry 

My mother had only one eye. When I was growing up, I hated her for it. I hated the uninvited attention it got me at school. I hated how the other children stared at her and looked away in disgust. My mother worked two jobs to provide for the family, but I was just embarrassed by her and didn’t want to be seen with her.

Every time my mother came to visit me at school, I wanted her to disappear. I felt a surge of hatred towards the woman who made me the laughing stock of the school. In a moment of extreme anger, I even once told my mother I wanted her to die. I was completely unconcerned about her feelings.
As I grew up, I did whatever was in my power to distance myself from my mother. I studied hard and got a job overseas so I wouldn’t have to meet her. I got married and started raising a family of my own. I got busy with my job and family and with providing a comfortable life for my beloved children. I didn’t even think about my mother anymore.
Out of the blue, my mother came to visit one day. Her one-eyed face scared my young children and they started crying. I was angry at my mother for showing up unannounced and I forbid her to ever return to my home and new family life. I yelled and screamed, but my mother quietly apologized and left without saying another word.
An invitation to a high school reunion took me back to my hometown after decades. I could not resist driving past my childhood home and stopping by the old shack. My neighbors told me my mother had passed away and left a letter for me.


“My dear child:


I must begin by apologizing for visiting your home unannounced and frightening your beautiful children. I am also deeply sorry that I was such an embarrassment and source of humiliation to you when you were growing up.


I have learned that you may be coming back to town for your reunion. I may no longer be there when you come, and I think it is time to tell you an incident that happened when you were a young child. You see, my dear child, you were involved in an accident and lost one eye. I was devastated at the thought of my beloved child growing up with only one eye. I wanted you to see the beautiful world in all its glory, so I gave you my eye.


My dear child, I always have and always will love you from the bottom of my heart. I have never regretted my decision to give you my eye, and I am at peace that I was able to give you the ability to enjoy a complete life.
Your loving mother.”