Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Two beautiful kittens up for adoption!

#adoption #kittens #Pune #Maharashtra

Meet Nutter Butter and Oreo! They are 2 adorable and affectionate boys that are desperately looking for a kind family to adopt them together. They will not be separated. 
They were abandoned on the street, but have been lovingly nursed back to perfect health by their foster mom. They are vaccinated, sterilized, de-wormed, and so very healthy and loving with everyone and each other.

These sweet little cookies are completely bonded and are looking for a forever home where they can live happily together forever!

If you want twice the happiness and twice the love, these 2 are for you!!!

Please open your home and heart to love and happiness today! To adopt them, send an SMS with your name to 8600919960. I'll call you back. Adoption formalities are compulsory. They will be give only to people living in Pune city. Thanks.

 Nutter Butter

 Nutter Butter & Oreo

 Oreo


 Nutter Sleeping in Washing machine! :D


Lucky needs a home!



#adoption #Indie #Pune #Maharashtra 
Lucky is a 3 months old sweet bundle of joy eagerly waiting for a loving family. She is vaccinated.
Lucky was rescued by a senior lady who can't care for her anymore and wants to find a good family for her.

To adopt Lucky, please send an SMS to 8600919960
Thanks. Adoption formality is compulsory.




Friday, September 28, 2012

Saturday, August 18, 2012

African quote


Every morning in Africa, a Gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a Lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest Gazelle or it will starve to death.

It doesn't matter whether you are a Lion or a Gazelle... when the sun comes up, you'd better be running.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Dance at your own Pace!

When I started belly dancing it was a dream come true. I wanted to learn this form of dancing all my life! And here I was in a class with an experienced belly dance teacher trying to learn the first few steps. I can remember that day like it was yesterday. And I can remember everything I felt. First it was so much joy and then slowly when we started dancing it was fear. 

Fear of failure. 

I was so afraid - What if I couldn't do this? What If I made a fool of myself ? I knew that I had nothing to prove to anyone but what If I couldn't do something I dreamt of all of my life. This looked so hard, why am I challenging myself with something so tough... All the love for belly dancing looked as if it was evaporating in those moments. I tried hard to learn each step and kept practicing till I got it right. And still I felt so afraid that I won't be able to cope with the next higher step or the next movement. Many times the fear made me forget the steps. I started becoming nervous and yet there was this part of my so happy to be there - belly dancing! 

It took months for me to understand my love for belly dancing and face my fear of learning --- its truly been a wonderful journey so far. The real moment of truth for me came the day I realised that I didn't do this to compete with anyone. I was learning because I had this strong love for learning this dance form and If I was going to let all my fears scare me away then I was such an idiot. I didn't deserve to learn. That one moment changed all that turbulence I felt inside me. 

Today , I feel free when I dance. I feel joy and I find freedom in the dance steps . I am not the greatest dancer yet ;-), but I know I am good. I feel happy with my progress and my teacher encourages me. 
I dance at my own pace! :)

I feel learning anything new is always like this. The more we grow, the more fears we have. Isn't that why children learn so fast while the adults struggle? We have to learn to face our fears of failure to move ahead if we really wish to learn something.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Empty Vessel

It’s an empty vessel 
~Author unknown




A young farmer was covered with sweat as he paddled his boat up the river. He was going upstream to deliver his produce to the village and he was in a hurry. It was a hot day and he wanted to make his delivery and get home before dark. As he looked ahead, he spotted another vessel, heading rapidly downstream towards his boat. It was coming at a good pace too. This farmer rowed furiously to get out of the way, but it did not seem to help.
He yelled at the other vessel, “Change direction, you idiot! You are going to hit me. The river is wide. Change your course". His screaming was of no use. The other vessel hit his boat with a big loud thud. He was enraged as he stood up and cried out to the other vessel. “Stupid! How could you manage to hit my boat in the middle of this wide river? What is wrong with you? "
 
And as he looked at the other vessel he realized that there was no one in the other boat. He was screaming at an empty vessel that had broken free of its moorings and was going downstream with the current.
The lesson is very simple. 

There is never anyone in the other boat.
 
When we are angry we are screaming at an empty vessel.
 
All of us know people who drive us crazy, whom we hate to the core with passion. We may have spent countless hours reliving the moments when this person was unfair, unappreciative or inconsiderate to us. Even remembering this person pumps up our blood pressure.
 
The best way of dealing with people like this is to not let them make us angry. Getting angry doesn’t help in improving the situation and life is too short to waste on feeling bad or staying with grudges.
Next time when there is a surge of anger in you, just remember this.
 
There is never anyone in the other boat. It’s an empty vessel always.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Nice guys?

It's not the "nice" guy who brings about real social change. "Nice" guys look nice because they're conforming. It's the "bad" guys, who only look nice a hundred years later, that are the real Dynamic force in social evolution.



Source:
Pirsig, Robert M., Lila. An inquiry into morals. New York (Bantam Books) 1991, 161

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