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Story of Young Son - The Perspective Understanding

The train has started moving. It is packed with people of all ages, mostly with the working men and women and young college guys and gals. Near the window, seated an old man with his 30 year old son. As the train moves by, the son is overwhelmed with joy as he was thrilled with the scenery outside.. "See dad, the scenery of green trees moving away is very beautiful"
This behaviour from a thirty year old son made the other people feel strange about him. Everyone started murmuring something or other about this son."This guy seems to be a crack..." newly married Anup whispered to his wife. Suddenly it started raining... Rain drops fell on the travellers through the open window. The Thirty year old son, filled with joy "see dad, how beautiful the rain is  ..." Anup's wife got irritated with the rain drops spoiling her new suit. Anup," can't you see its raining, you old man, if your son is not feeling well get him soon to a mental asylum..and don't disturb public henceforth"
The old man hesitated first and then in a low tone replied " we are on the way back from hospital, my son got discharged today morning only, he was a blind by birth, last week only he got his vision, when his mother died she donated her beautiful eyes to him, therefore these rain and nature are new to his eyes... Please forgive us if we caused inconvenience to you."
And he stood up & shifted to the next compartment of the train with his son...........
The things we see may be right from our perspective until we know the truth. But when we know the truth, our reaction to that will hurt us. So try to understand the problem better before taking a harsh action. 

Doxie Scanner - Cool Looking Product

This new scanner is simply adorable which is not meant to sit in an office and work but you can also carry it around on your business trips or work. It is only $129 so anyone can afford that very easily. It has a lightweight, portable design that was build for scanning anywhere. This scanner is a USB power device that has great software. It allows you to scan paper directly from PC, Mac, and web applications like Google, acrobat, and flicker. It has ultra light at 10.9 ounces, it requires only a single connection to scan from a PC, Mac so you don't have to worry about adding another external power supply. They scan documents at full color up to 600dpi (dots per inch) from its technology. Using it is very easy as you need to press Doxie Heart Button and it will start scanning automatically.


Features that are available with every Doxie Scanner are;

  • Color scanning at up to 600dpi
  • Light weight, portable design with case included
  • Doxie Heart Button for scanning and sharing
  • Included software
  • Integration with desktop and web apps
  • Automatic cropping, rotation, contrast, and image cleanup
  • Advanced photo editing
  • Save as PDF, JPEG, or PNG
  • Accessories like Cloud scanning software, USB cable and quick start guide


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Story: Holding Hands

A little girl and her father were crossing a bridge. The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter, "Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don't fall into the river."

The little girl said, "No, Dad. You hold my hand."

"What's the difference?" asked the puzzled father.

"There's a big difference," replied the little girl.

"If I hold your hand and something happens to me, chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens, you will never let my hand go."

In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind, but in its bond. So hold the hand of the person whom you love rather than expecting them to hold yours...

The beauty of life does not depend on how happy you are. But on how happy others can be because of you!!!


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13 Things Not To Share Or Discuss With Your Colleagues

An interesting article. Not Everything is to be followed strictl though. Its upto the reader to decide what is better for him/her. The article is just to draw your attention on sensitive matters.
"It's a social environment as well as a work environment. However, you must
remember while you can be friendly and develop a good rapport, business is
business and friendship is friendship."
Most workers don't realize that what they say has as much impact on their
professional images as what they wear, Lopeke says. People who say too much,
about themselves or others, can be seen as incompetent, unproductive and
unworthy of professional development.

To avoid your next case of verbal diarrhea, here are 13 things to never
share or discuss with your co-workers.

*1. Salary information*What you earn is between you and Human Resources, Solovic says. Disclosure
indicates you aren't capable of keeping a confidence.

*2. Medical history*"Nobody really cares about your aches and pains, your latest operation, your
infertility woes or the contents of your medicine cabinet," Lopeke says. To
your employer, your constant medical issues make you seem like an expensive,
high-risk employee.

*3. Gossip*Whomever you're gossiping with will undoubtedly tell others what you said,
Solovic says. Plus, if a co-worker is gossiping with you, most likely he or
she will gossip about you.

*4. Work complaints*Constant complaints about your workload, stress levels or the company will
quickly make you the kind of person who never gets invited to lunch, Solovic
warns. If you don't agree with company policies and procedures, address it
through official channels or move on.

*5. Cost of purchases*The spirit of keeping up with the Joneses is alive and well in the
workplace, Lopeke says, but you don't want others speculating on the
lifestyle you're living –or if you're living beyond your salary bracket.

*6. Intimate details*Don't share intimate (personal/private) details about your personal life. Co-workers can and
will use the information against you, Solovic says.

*7. Politics or religion*"People have strong, passionate views on both topics," Solovic says. You may
alienate a co-worker or be viewed negatively in a way that could impact your
career. If you and your co-workers belong to same religion then it is always nice
to have fruitful discussions. In case you have different regligion, speak for the positive
side of religion only. Never say lose sentences which may harm the image.
*8. Lifestyle changes*Breakups, divorces and baby-making plans should be shared only if there is a
need to know, Lopeke says. Otherwise, others will speak for your
capabilities, desires and limitations on availability, whether there is any
truth to their assumptions or not.

*9. Blogs or social networking profile*What you say in a social networking community or in your personal blog may
be even more damaging than what you say in person, Solovic warns. "Comments
online can be seen by multiple eyes. An outburst of anger when you are
having a bad day … can blow up in your face."

*10. Negative views of colleagues*If you don't agree with a co-worker's lifestyle, wardrobe or professional
abilities, confront that person privately or keep it to yourself, Lopeke
says. The workplace is not the venue for controversy.

*11. Hangovers and wild weekends*It's perfectly fine to have fun during the weekend, but don't talk about
your wild adventures on Monday, Solovic advises. That information can make
you look unprofessional and unreliable.

*12. Personal problems and relationships – in and out of the office*"Failed marriages and volatile romances spell instability to an employer,"
Lopeke says. Office romances lead to gossip and broken hearts, so it's best
to steer clear. "The safest way to play is to follow the rule, 'Never get
your honey where you get your money.'"

*13. Off-color or racially charged comments*You can assume your co-worker wouldn't be offended or would think something
is funny, but you might be wrong, Solovic says. Never take that risk.
Furthermore, even if you know for certain your colleague wouldn't mind your
comment, don't talk about it at work. Others can easily overhear.




Forgiveness   is  letting  go  of  the  pain,

and    accepting   what  has  happened,

because  it   will   not  change...


Forgiveness   is   dismissing  the  blame.

Choices   were  made  that  cause  the hurt;

we   each  could  have  chosen differntly,

but  we  didn't...


Forgiveness   is  looking  at  pain,

learning    the   lessons  it  has  produced,

and   understanding   what   we  have,



Forgiveness   allows  us   to  move  on ,

toward   a  better   understanding  of ,

universal   love   and  our  true  purpose...



Forgiveness   is   knowing   that  love is,

the   answer  to  all  questions   and   that,




Forgiveness   is   starting  over   with   the

knowledge   that   we   have   gained...

It   is   saying; I  forgive   you,

and   I   forgive  myself".


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Story: Small Acts of Kindness matter a lot

One day, a poor boy who was selling goods from door to door to pay his way through school, found he had only one thin dime left, and he was hungry.

He decided he would ask for a meal at the next house. However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the door.
Instead of a meal he asked for a drink of water! She thought he looked hungry so brought him a large glass of milk. He drank it so slowly, and then asked, How much do I owe you?"

You don't owe me anything," she replied. "Mother has taught us never to accept pay for a kindness."
He said, "Then I thank you from my heart."
As Howard Kelly left that house, he not only felt stronger physically, but his faith in God and man was strong also. He had been ready to give up and quit.
Many years later that same young woman became critically ill. The local doctors were baffled. They finally sent her to the big city, where they called in specialists to study her rare disease.
Dr. Howard Kelly was called in for the consultation. When he heard the name of the town she came from, a strange light filled his eyes.
Immediately he rose and went down the hall of the hospital to her room.
Dressed in his doctor's gown he went in to see her. He recognized her at once.

 He went back to the consultation room determined to do his best to save her life. >From that day he gave special attention to her case.
After a long struggle, the battle was won.
Dr. Kelly requested the business office to pass the final bill to him for approval. He looked at it, and then wrote something on the edge and the bill was sent to her room. She feared to open it, for she was sure it would take the rest of her life to pay for it all. Finally she looked, and something caught her attention on the side of the bill. She read these words…
"Paid in full with one glass of milk" (Signed) Dr. Howard Kelly.
Tears of joy flooded her eyes as her happy heart prayed: "Thank You, God, that Your love has spread broad through human hearts and hands."

There's a saying which goes something like this: Bread cast on the waters comes back to you. The good deed you do today may benefit you or someone you love at the least expected time.  If you never see the deed again at least you will have made the world a better place – And, after all, isn't that what life is all about?

What is 5G Tech?

There might be difference of opinion on this article as 5th Generation has not been properly defined and locked; but still an interesting read. 

Dear All,
Our organization has arranged a contest, having topic "Imagine 5G" and i am participating in it.
Telecom gradation is mostly identified by their bit-rate. 1G was only voice, 2g was 256 Kbps, 3G is 2 Mbps and 4G is 70 Mbps or more..
Will 5G also identified by the same criteria (Bit rate, may be in Gbps or Tbps). My feeling is generating Bitrates only will not benefit but Telcos need Consumer Applications using this large bitrates to make proper Business case and Eco-cycle. Does any have whitepaper of Teclco's roadmap to 5G ?
Please share any details regarding 5G.


I take your point. Increasing the bit rate always can increase the users' satisfaction. But the thing is that in economics, we have the concept of "diminishing marginal utility". Further increasing the bit rate without any other improvements might not raise too much users' satisfaction while it may require huge amount of investment. Therefore, we need some other types of improvements to attract the people to buy the 5G products or subscribe the 5G services.


I haven't read any material about 5G either but I think it's interesting to imagine the future wireless communications. Perhaps, it may involve a better integration with our daily life by allowing more flexible and complex network topology. For instance, more advanced vehicular networks might be crucial to the future vehicles which do not require drivers as well as the road safety. Wireless sensor network may help increasing the efficiency of power consumptions of houses with low deployment cost. I guess by relaxing the constraint of the conventional cellular topology, more interesting applications can be introduced.




Interesting thought and yes, 5G could be defined by services provided or available rather than only speed. As such from a regulatory point of view 5G could be seen as a service rather than a technology (or technologies as is the case with 3G. 4G seems destined to be defined as at least 2 technologies.)


There continues to be push back from national wireless regulators on calling 3G/4G (also known as IMT-2000, IMT-Advanced or after WRC-07 simply IMT) a service. Under the International Radio Regulations a service has a different status than a technology application which is the current regulatory view of 3G/4G. From a technology development perspective being considered a technology application may not seem relevent but from an operator's marketing perspective it could be significant. How would they differentiate their investment in 5G from another operator's enhanced 4G offering?


As the "5G" development process moves along it would be useful to begin work to change the regulatory view of IMT from an application to being a service. Or is simply being considered an "evolved 4G" technology application good enough?


I agree that 5G may be defined as a service and not on the bitrates. In any case, there is also the case that for enhanced bit rates, i.e. for more than what is considered for LTE-Advanced, there would be the need to allocate more radio spectrum. For that matter it would be quite difficult to find out a certain chunk of spectrum that could be enough to provide even more high data rates than what "4G" promises unless some other technologies are discontinued and still then ITU-R must designate that spectrum for an additional technology which takes still considerable time.


Cellular technology migrations from 0G to 4G happened not only based on throughput. Also based on services provided as many of the people mentioned here.


0G -> PTT, MTS, IMTS -> Only voice (Analog mobile communication system, NOT cellular communication system).
1G -> AMPS, NMT, TACS, etc. -> Only voice, Analog cellular communication, uses simple FM modulation. Uses only FDMA
2G -> GSM ->Mainly voice, less Data (max. 14.4kbps), Circuit switching, Digital cellular communications, uses GMSK moduations. Uses FDMA/TDMA
2.5G -> GPRS -> Only Data, Packet swithching technology, Digital cellular communications, uses GMSK with 4 ceding schemes (CS1 - CS4). Max. 171kbps theoretically. FDMA/TDMA
2.5G+ -> EDGE -> Data only, Packet Switching, Digital Cellular system, uses GMSK, 8PSK with 9 coding schemes (MCS1-MCS9). Max. 473kbps theoretically. FDMA/TDMA
3G -> UMTS -> Voice and Data. Circuit/Packet switching, W-CDMA. Uses BPSK, QPSK, and 16QAM also. Max. 2Mbps
3.5G -> HSUPA/HSDPA -> Data, WCDMA, higher Bandwidth, Uses BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM.
4G -> LTE -> (Now it is replaced by WiMAX as LTE is still under construction). WiMAX -> upto 70Mbps, OFDMA technology, sclable bandwidth upto 20MHz. Uses QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM.


Services also improved from only voice to SMS, MMS, Internet browsing, video conferencing, Mobile TV..


What can be achieved higher than this in 5G with respect to technology, throughput and services?
May be.. Technology point of view, 8x8 MIMO, Adaptive modulations, Cooperative diversity techniques, perfect Link adaptation/Power control algorithms, Incremental redundancy, can be improved. (Everything is available in 4G itself). But this can be fine tuned. Should provide 500Mbps with full mobility (say 300km/h).
Wavelet modulation instead of OFDM modulations can be used in flat fading environment.
Services point of view, video conferencing with fast mobility etc..

Courtesy: LTE-3GPP: linkedin



M Junaid Tahir


10 Tips to Improve Interpersonal Skills

1. Practice Smiling Often. No one wants to be around someone who is always frowning. Maintain a positive, cheerful attitude about work and life.
2. Pay Attention to People. Make eye contact and address people by their first names. Ask them for their opinions and suggestions.
3. Be Generous with Praise and Words of Encouragement. If you let others know that they are appreciated, they will want to give you their best.
4. Keep Your Promises. If you promise something to someone, follow up on it.
5. Treat Everyone Fairly. Do not play favorites and avoid talking about others behind their backs.
6. Pay Close Attention to Your Body Language. This and the tone of your voice have a lot to do with how people feel about you. Think before you speak!
7. Make other's Laugh. Most people are drawn to a person who can make them feel better.
8. Try to See Things from Another Person's View. Empathy is about being able to put yourself in someone else's shoes and understanding how they feel.
9. Keep an Open Mind. Remember there is always room for discussion and compromise.
10. Don't Complain. There is nothing worse than a chronic whiner. Try to focus on helping other people solve their problems and it will be remembered

The Strength of a Man

The strength of a man isn't in the deep tone of his voice.
It's in the gentle words he whispers.

The strength of a man isn't how many buddies he has.
It's how good a buddy he is with his kids. 

The strength of a man isn't in how respected he is at work.
It's in how respected he is at home. 

The strength of a man isn't in how hard he hits.
It's in how tender he touches.

The strength of a man isn't in the weight he can lift.
It's in the burdens he can carry....
The strength of a man isn't seen in the width of his shoulders.
It's seen in the width of his arms that circle you.


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Interesting Questions and Answers


1. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with Loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in 1 years. Which room is safest for him?

2. A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 Minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be?

3. There are two plastic jugs filled with water. How could you put all of This water into a barrel, without using the jugs or any dividers, and
still tell which water came from which jug?

4. What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray when You Throw it away ?

5. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, or Sunday?

6. This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it.

It Looks so plain you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact, Nothing Is wrong with it! It is unusual though. Study it, and think about it, But You still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you Might Find out.


1. The third. Lions that haven't eaten one year are dead.

2. The woman was a photographer. She shot a picture of her husband, Developed it, and hung it up to dry .

3. Freeze them first. Take them out of the jugs and put the ice in the Barrel. You will be able to tell which water came from which jug.

4. The answer is Charcoal.

5. Sure you can: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow!

6 . The letter "e," which is the most common letter in the English Language, Does not appear once in the long paragraph ...


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16 habits of highly creative people

If they work for them, they can work for you too!

"There is no use trying," said Alice. "One can't believe impossible things." "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." - Lewis Carroll

Many people believe that creativity is inborn and only a chosen few are creative. While it is true that creativity is inborn, it is not true that only a chosen few are creative.

Everyone is born creative. In the process of growing up, educating yourself and adapting yourself to your environment, you slowly add blocks to your creativity and forget that you had it in the first place.

The difference between a creative person and a person who is not so creative is not in the creativity that they were born with but in the creativity that they have lost.

How can you enhance your creative ability? One possible way is to observe the habits of creative people, identify the ones that you feel will work for you and then make a plan to cultivate them.

Here are 16 habits of creative people. If you cultivate some of them, you will feel an increase in your level of creativity. In the process, you will also feel tickled by life!

1. Creative people are full of curiosity.

Creative people are wonderstruck. They are tickled by the newness of every moment. They have lots of questions. They keep asking what, why, when, where and how.

A questioning mind is an open mind. It is not a knowing mind. Only an open mind can be creative. A knowing mind can never be creative.

A questioning stance sensitizes the mind in a very special way and it is able to sense what would have been missed otherwise.

2. Creative people are problem-friendly.

When there is a problem, some people can be seen wringing up their hands. Their first reaction is to look for someone to blame. Being faced with a problem becomes a problem. Such people can be called problem-averse.

Creative people, on the other hand, are problem-friendly. They just roll up their sleeves when faced with a problem. They see problems as opportunities to improve the quality of life. Being faced with a problem is never a problem.

You get dirty and take a bath every day. You get tired and relax every day. Similarly, you have problems that need to be solved every day. Life is a fascinating rhythm of problems and solutions.

To be problem-averse is to be life-averse. To be problem-friendly is to be life-friendly. Problems come into your life to convey some message. If you run away from them, you miss the message.

3. Creative people value their ideas.

Creative people realize the value of an idea. They do not take any chance with something so important. They carry a small notepad to note down ideas whenever they occur. (I usually type it in my mobile/laptop whichever available.)

Many times, just because they have a notepad and are looking for ideas to jot down, they can spot ideas which they would have otherwise missed.

4. Creative people embrace challenges.

Creative people thrive on challenges. They have a gleam in their eyes as soon as they sniff one. Challenges bring the best out of them – reason enough to welcome them.

5. Creative people are full of enthusiasm.

Creative people are enthusiastic about their goals. This enthusiasm works as fuel for their journey, propelling them to their goals.

6. Creative people are persistent.

Creative people know it well that people may initially respond to their new ideas like the immune system responds to a virus. They'll try to reject the idea in a number of ways.

Creative people are not surprised or frustrated because of this. Nor do they take it personally. They understand it takes time for a new idea to be accepted. In fact, the more creative the idea, the longer it takes for it to be appreciated.

7. Creative people are perennially dissatisfied.

Creative people are acutely aware of their dissatisfactions and unfulfilled desires. However, this awareness does not frustrate them. As a matter of fact, they use this awareness as a stimulus to realize their dreams.

8. Creative people are optimists.

Creative people generally have a deeply held belief that most, if not all, problems can be solved. No challenge is too big to be overcome.

This doesn't mean they are always happy and never depressed. They do have their bad moments but they don't generally get stumped by a challenge.

9. Creative people make positive Judgment.

A new idea is delicate. It can be killed by a sneer or a yawn. It can be stabbed to death by a quip and worried to death by a right man's brow – a businessman Charles Brower

The ability to hold off on judging or critiquing an idea is important in the process of creativity. Often great ideas start as crazy ones - if critique is applied too early the idea will be killed and never developed into something useful and useable.

This doesn't mean there is no room for critique or judgment in the creative process but there is a time and place for it and creative people recognize that.

10. Creative people go for the big kill.

Creative people realize that the first idea is just the starting point. It is in the process of fleshing it out that some magical cross-connections happen and the original 'normal' idea turns into a killer idea.

11. Creative people are prepared to stick it out.

Creative people who actually see their ideas come to fruition have the ability to stick with their ideas and see them through - even when the going gets tough. This is what sets them apart from others. Stick-ability is the key.

12. Creative people do not fall in love with an idea.

Creative people recognize how dangerous it is to fall in love with an idea. Falling in love with an idea means stopping more ideas from coming to their mind. They love the process of coming up with ideas, not necessarily the idea.

13. Creative people recognize the environment in which they are most creative.

Creative people do most of their thinking in an environment which is most conducive to their creativity. If they are unable to influence their physical environment, they recreate their 'favourite' creative environment in their minds.

14. Creative people are good at reframing any situation.

Reframes are a different way of looking at things. Being able to reframe experiences and situations is a very powerful skill.

Reframing allows you to look at a situation from a different angle. It is like another camera angle in a football match. And a different view has the power to change your entire perception of the situation.

Reframing can breathe new life into dead situations. It can motivate demoralized teams. It helps you to spot opportunities that you would have otherwise missed.

15. Creative people are friends with the unexpected.

Creative people have the knack of expecting the unexpected and finding connections between unrelated things. It is this special quality of mind that evokes serendipitous events in their lives.

Having honed the art of making happy discoveries, they are able to evoke serendipity more often than others.

16. Creative people are not afraid of failures.

Creative people realize that the energy that creates great ideas also creates errors. They know that failure is not really the opposite of success.

In fact, both failure and success are on the same side of the spectrum because both are the result of an attempt made. Creative people look at failure as a stopover on way to success, just a step away from it.
Ref: tickedbylife

Emotions Management - A Very Good Message

When someone is doing something or is about to do something, in a way we don't want it to be done and when we are not able to accept it, we become angry.   
However, when someone is doing something or is about to do something, in a way we don't want it to be done – and we are able to accept it – We remain tolerant.
When someone has something which we don't have, or someone is able to produce the results which we are not able to produce – and we are not able to accept it – we become jealous.   
When someone has something which we don't have or someone is able to produce the results which we are not able to produce and we are able to accept it we get inspired.
When Someone is present in our thoughts, but if not physically present and we are not able to accept it – We say 'I am missing you'.   
When someone is present in our thoughts, but not physically present – and we are able to accept it – We say 'I am thinking of you'.
Then emotional equation is quite simple.
Something + Acceptance         =  Positive Emotion
Something + Non Acceptance  =  Negative Emotion
So, it is not 'Something' or 'someone' who is making us feel positive or negative, but it is our 'acceptance' or 'non acceptance' of something or someone, which is making us feel positive or negative.    
It isn't the world but the quality of our response to the world (acceptance or non acceptance) that determines the quality of our emotions.
Next time we feel disturbed with a negative emotion, instead of asking who or what is disturbing us, we will examine who or what we are resisting (not accepting) that is causing this disturbance in us. We will replace resistance (non acceptance) with acceptance, and the negative emotion will turn into a positive one.
Emotional management begins by stopping to blame that 'something' or 'someone' and starting to take the responsibility to respond to life with 'acceptance' .


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Story: The House of 1000 Mirrors

There was place known as the House of 1000 Mirrors.

A small, happy little dog learned of this place and decided to visit. When he arrived, he bounced happily up the stairs to the doorway of the house.

He looked through the doorway with his ears lifted high and his tail wagging as fast as it could. To his great surprise, he found himself staring at 1000 other happy little dogs with their tails wagging just as fast as his. He smiled a great smile, and was answered with 1000 great smiles just as warm and friendly. As he left the House, he thought to himself, "This is a wonderful place. I will come back and visit it often."

In this same village, another little dog, who was not quite as happy as the first one, decided to visit the house. He slowly climbed the stairs and hung his head low as he looked into the door.

When he saw the 1000 unfriendly looking dogs staring back at him, he growled at them and was horrified to see 1000 little dogs growling back at him. As he left, he thought to himself, "That is a horrible place, and I will never go back there again."

All the faces in the world are mirrors. What kind of reflections do you see in the faces of the people you meet?


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