Monday, January 25, 2010

Why people don't stay?!?

What do you think John does not do right? What is he missing when he is doing the programs?

See the answer here

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Where is God?

A story via Children's land

This is a story of the famous (late) Indian Scientist Dr. Hargobind Khorana and his son…

Dr Khorana had, with complicated logic, proved to his eminent peers that God does not exist. Firm in this belief, and wanting to hammer it home, he put up a sign to this effect over the door to his house: “GOD IS NOWHERE”!

His little son returned from school and proudly told his father that he could now manage to read sentences. Dr Khorana promptly asked his son to read the statement above the main door. The little boy looked hard at the line and began: GOD – IS – NOW – HERE…

It is said that, contrary to all logic, Dr Khorana’s belief had changed!

Long live the innocence of children, and may it infect all mankind!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

New Year Resolution

No matter what happens in the project,

Whatever may be the pressure, deadlines, tensions!!

I’ll maintain this spirit…

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

My daddy is an astronaut

The teacher in class is asking the children what their fathers' jobs were. When his turn came, little Johnny says: "My daddy is an astronaut. He has been several times on the Moon and has analysed many samples of soil collected from the Moon surface."

After class, the teacher asks Johnny to stay a bit later than his classmates and asks him again "Is your dad really an astronaut?"

"No, he's not", little Johnny replies, "but if I'd told you that he was a sahaja yogi, that he works with realised children, that they meditate together every day, reaching amazing states of joy and inner peace, and that he has participated in many pujas with Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, who is the Incarnation of Adi Shakti, would you have believed me?"

translated from Humor Sahaja

Yogis vs. Non Yogis

Disclaimer: This joke was not created by us

How different I am?