Today, 24th February had been a greatest day in Indian Cricket industry. We had witnessed a huge record breaking performances.Runs were falling like heavy rains. But above all the miracles it was the Innings played by our very own Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar 200 (not out). No body could ever imagine to touch that score in One day matches. It is like making an entire teams score by an single player.
I was not aware of the match being played today, came to know about it when i reached college by mistake. And as Sachin reached 180 mark it began to heating up in the class. Our favorite professor Mr. Kutty sir was teaching us something on which nobody was paying attention.
As he crossed 184 his own record we celebrated on small voice. Next was Saeed Anwars 194 and when cross that mark too, It had really heated up and entire class was fired up. One of our Friend Mr. Pinkel Mistry was telling sir about match updates to sir and even professor was enjoying with us by showing us some of the arial shots that he must have been played during his child hood.
After 194 it was feeling like taking ages to complete that mark of 200 we were eagerly waiting for and praying for. In the next end Indian Skipper Mr. M.S. Dhoni was hitting the ball all around the ground for boundaries and sixes but we were not enjoying that “Upar se cursing him that ki sala Sachin ko strike nahi de raha!!!!” And finally it was last over and when sachin came on strike for 199 4 balls were remaining and everyone struck up for a moment and the moment he scored that 200th run. All started screaming nobody was even felt that we were in college and it can be a troublesome matter.
That is the way we enjoy cricket and abhi to ye apne “Tendlya” ki baat thi yar. He made each and every indian proud by standing first in international cricket and preaching to a mark to which no one can ever dream to reach.
God Bless the God!!! We will always remember you for all the treats you have given you for each and every Indian all world wide!!!
Six principles in making people like you:
1. Become genuinely interested in other people.
I think we’ve all met someone that pretend to be interested in you but you can sense that they really aren’t. There doesn’t seem to be anything genuine about these types of people. We tend to label them ‘phoney.’ This is probably one case where fake it until you make won’t work. So, how do you become genuinely interested in other people? You’ll want to ask them questions. Learn what they do, what they like. Everyone likes to talk about him or herself. Get them to talk about their dreams!
Not much to add, here. When you walk into a room with a smile on your face, you might as well be carrying a people magnet.
3. Use a person´s name.
Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language. Just like in the old romantic movies: “Oh, John… John!” “Oh, Mary, dear Mary!”
4. Be a good listener.
Encourage others to talk about themselves. When you do this with a sincere and genuine interest in the other person you cannot fail to encourage that person to feel appreciated and valued. This is a key trait of anyone who has mastered people skills.
5. Talk in terms of the other person’s interests.
Again, this principle stresses making time to listen to others to find out what is of interest to them. Let their interests guide the direction of the conversation and you will enjoy a solid rapport that encourages friendship.
6. Make the other person feel important – and do it sincerely.
This cannot be faked for long. Look for the good in others and respect other viewpoints, beliefs and lifestyles. Even ones that do not make sense to you. This flexibility is important if you are to respect the other person.
Some important theological questions can best be answered by
thinking of God as a computer programmer:
Q: Did God really create the world in seven days?
A: He did it in six days and nights while living on cola and
candy bars. On the seventh day he went home and found out his
girlfriend had left him.
Q: What causes God to intervene in earthly affairs?
A: If a critical error occurs, the system pages him automatically
and he logs on from home to try to bring it up. Otherwise, things
can wait until tomorrow.
Q: How come the Age of Miracles ended?
A: That was the development phase of the project. Now we’re in the
Q: Who is Satan?
A: Satan is an MIS director who takes credit for more powers than he
actually possesses, so nonprogrammers become scared of him. God
thinks he’s irritating but irrelevant.