Saturday, August 30, 2014

40 Tips For a Better Life.


40 Tips For a Better Life.

Life is made up of good and bad lessons we accumulate along the way. In order to understand it, we must separate it into a few domains, each with its own lessons to teach us. This list of good advice was given by a group of people from all ages. So here are 40 great tips for a great life!

1. Drink a lot of water

2. Eat your breakfast like kings, lunch like princes, and dinner like beggars

3. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less foods made in factories

4. Live your life according to the TEE princpile: Truth, Empathy and Energy.

5. Make time for contemplation and/or prayer

6. Involve more game playing in your life

7. Read more books than you read last year

8. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes a day

9. Invest at least 7 hours of sleep every sleep

10. Take 10-30 minutes to walk somewhere each day. Smile while you walk.


11. Don't compare your lives to those of others. You have no idea what their journey really looks like.

12. Don't waste time on negative thoughts or things you cannot change. Instead divert your energy to a positive moment in the present.

13. Don't exaggerate in your actions, keep yourself in check.

14. You don't have to win EVERY argument. Agree to disagree. 

15. Don't waste your energy gossipping.

16. Dream more while you're awake.

17. Envy is a waste of time. You may already have all you need, but if not, envy won't get it for you.

18. Forget past events and don't remind your partners of their past mistakes. It will ruin your present happiness.

19. Life's too short to hate people. Don't hate in vain.

20. Make peace with your past, or it will destroy you at present.

21. No one is responsible for your happiness but you.

22. Realize that life is a school and you're here to learn. Problems are just a part of learning, but the lesson they teach will be with you for life.

23. Smile more. Laugh more.

24. Don't take yourselves so seriously, no one else will!

25. Call your family often.

26. Every day give something good to another.

27. Forgive everyone, for everything.

28. Spend time with people over 80 and under 6 - it will teach you a lot.

29. Try to make at least 3 people smile, every day.

30. What other people think of you is none of your concern.

31. Your work won't take care of you when you're sick. Your family and friends will. Don't cut ties.


32. Do the right thing. It pays in the long term.

33. Get rid of anything that isn't useful, beautiful or brings you enjoyment.

35. Forgiveness heals all wounds.

36. No matter how good or bad the current situation is, it'll change.

37. The best is yet to come.

38. When you wake up alive in the morning, don't take it for granted - embrace it.

39. The secret of secrets in your heart is that you CAN be happy - so be happy.

40. Never forget to enjoy the time you have, the moment you are in, and the people that share these things with you!

The Commericial Rulers of Pakistan

It is business that has taken Showbaz to China and Nawaz to Turkey. Now no one should doubt their priorities.  DIN NEWS is an indian collaboration through another MIR. Din news,ABTAK and Capital TV are subsidiaries of Indian TV Channels.  Khuram 


Pakistan: ruler’s conflicting National and Business interests 

Posted: 9:09 pm, July 1, 2014 by admin "The London Post"
By Sabena Siddiqi

The Sharif’s business interests in India have resulted in extra-ordinary negative repercussions for Pakistan’s security. Businessmen close to them are also pursuing Indian businesses with gusto not caring about fair or foul. There are various business ventures being initiated by the business-friendly party currently in government and its friends, which break security norms and are most definitely not in Pakistan’s interest.

Mian Muhammad Mansha being one of them, declared Pakistan’s richest man by Forbes World 2013, his worth is $2.6 billion. Nishat Group, a subsidiary of Mian Muhammad Mansha,s business conglomerate is currently trying to bring in Indian investment for Pakistan’s controversial media industry .

As if Mir Shakilur Rehman,s Geo and Aman ki Asha stint et al weren’t enough for Pakistanis , Nishat group is making efforts to establish Indian holdings in Pakistani media. The game is being started with collaboration with M/S Krian Media Ltd owned by a certain Mr Yezdi Dhanjishan Daruwala. Nowadays engineers from M/S Krian Media intend to get multiple entry visas for discussions with Nishat Group.

Shahid Malik former High Commissioner of Pakistan to India is now Director of Mansha Group, it is rumoured these days that he is trying to get the current Pakistani High Commissioner in India to grant the required visas immediately sans interviews. Another rumour is doing the rounds that the Prime Minister’s son Hasan Nawaz has also backed this visa deal. The visa in question is the EPR , a multiple entry visa and totally inadvisable. We all know how difficult it is to get an Indian visa for Pakistanis, then only certain cities are within limits, why should Pakistan make any visas easy for Indians and that also without even an interview?

Any new business coming in from India should be in Pakistan’s interests and not a ploy to destroy our cultural foundations and identity. Sonia Gandhi once talked about Pakistan’s ‘cultural invasion ‘ which actually meant secularising us and decreasing Islam’s importance here so that Pakistan can ‘blend back’ into India. It was a ridiculous idea but the whole Geo modus operandi underlined this theory, the Aman ki Asha spin only benefited Indians and Pakistanis were thought to be stupid enough to be lured in with song and dance.

Anyway, why does the current party in power want to provide Indians so much space to influence young minds in Pakistan? If Indian movies and drama are anything to go by , their media can only promote loose morals and nudity plus a lot of Hinduism /Hindutva ideology. Pakistanis do not need Indian media houses forced on them by the Nawaz government and friends. India is our neighbour and business with it should not clash with our culture and societal norms. Where will our ideology, two nation theory, Jinnah and Pakistan’s existence as an Islamic republic stand if interpreted by Indian media backed up by India’s Research & Analysis Wing?

Sultan Lakhani is again one of Pakistan’s richest men, he has vast business interests in India, mainly he is the partner of most Indian Brands, from Titan to Tetley Tea. Tetley Tea and Titan watches are both Indian companies sold in Pakistan by Sultan Lakhani. Not a co-incidence that Lakhani owns Century Publications which owns the newspaper Express Tribune, there are various Express channels as well which must have helped to further Indian interests. Be it print media or news media , Indians want a foothold in Pakistan by hook or by crook.

Recently, the controversial Arsalan Iftikhar, son of ex-CJ Iftikhar Choudhry has been provided the chance to lure in foreign and local investors to the huge gold and copper mines in Rekodiq Balochistan. He was hardly an epitome of honesty, nor did he have the credentials to be made Director, Bureau of Investment for Baluchistan , a province rich in mineral resources. It is a known fact that Pakistan’s enemies want to deny us Baluchistan as it can greatly improve Pakistan’s economy and Arsalan Iftikhar definitely did not deserve such an important post as has been provided for him by the current government.

It is very disappointing that this government is following in the footsteps of Rehman Malik, the erstwhile Interior Minister for the PPP government. He had facilitated the Americans to an unusual extent, eventually he was suspected of having brought in scores of CIA and maybe ‘Blackwater ‘ agents, he had also very graciously issued arms permits for lethal weapons foreigners should not be allowed to carry in Pakistan. Now it seems that the Sharif government is too eager to please India etc for the sake of business interests and soon Pakistan could be flooded with RAW operatives in disguise. An army operation is underway in North Waziristan which is imperative for peace in Pakistan, in war-time bringing in flocks of Indians to further destabilise the situation is sheer lunacy.