Thursday, July 26, 2012

Don’t tell a lie...Fix the Fox

Following our past experience about "People are not always what they appear to be" we have come to know about another experience about lying and its demerits. Let's check out what we have learnt - 

Rafael is one of the best advocates in the southeastern Barcelona. In his advocacy career he never failed to get is clients rid of the litigations which were placed against them. With his intelligence and sense of humor he helped all his clients to get rid of all their blames. He made it possible by hook or by crook. The life was awesome to him because he had experienced the best moments in it with his girlfriend Lily. They were about to get married as he remained one of the famous persons in the society.

Monday, July 9, 2012

People are not always what they appear to be.

Once upon a time there lived a simple boy with complex thoughts. His name was Neel and he lived with his parents. He was always told that his cousins were so much faster and modern than him. He was a dull boy for others. He was a kind of introvert for this reason almost everyone did not get together with him.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Replacement is always there.

After the realease of our post about "Importance of Industrialism" we are now sharing our thought about attitudes.

Zoe is the best student in his campus known for performing well in the extra-curricular activities. He has been popular among his friends and teachers within his campus. Because of his multiple talents he has always got the opportunity to participate in all type of extra-curricular activities in his school, college and in his universities.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Industry is the key to success

Fay and Ruth are best friends from very mere age. Their families were well bonded with each other for this reason each of them was always facilitated with all that was provided to other. Gradually they grew up and understood different important things in their life. Though everything was provided to both of them equally but the cognitive knowledge was not equal in between them. When they were aged to be admitted into pre-schools both of them got admitted into the same class.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

In order to sleep well, you need to wake up first!

I have come from a simple living middle class family where there is a bunch of problems already set up in your life. The reason of saying bunch of problems indicates that there might be a solution to a problem but another problem will automatically arrive in front of you before you have resolved the first one. Anyways as I said there are lots of problems those are surrounding my life one of them I have shared with all of you because I am contrasting my problems with a national menace. My stories might seem boring but I always share my experiences only and only those experiences which taught me something.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Impossible is Nothing

I am a graduate student today but I think I could not have survived this much if someone special in my life would not have sacrificed the most favorite thing of his life. The special person I am going to talk about is my father. Let me come from the first scene I remember. In my very mere age my father used to work as a night guard in the embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran which is situated in Dhaka. For which he always was the latest person to return in our locality. During this profession he went through great joyful and comfortable life.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

“Time and Tide wait for none” but “Life is more valuable then time”.

Janu was a pickup van driver living in the Old Dhaka regions. He had a kid who was only four or five years old and lost her mother in a very mere age. Then the driver got remarried with her second wife Shahinoor. By a one year she also got pregnant. Oh! I forgot to tell you that he was an inhabitant of Faridpur (one of the sixty four districts and is supervised under Dhaka division in Bangladesh).

Monday, April 16, 2012

Might is Right: Story on ICC World Cup 2011

I am an inhabitant of Bangladesh. It was really a thrilling and enchanting matter for us that ICC World Cup 2011 will be held in the South Asian countries including the Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India. As I was living a few kilometers away from the Mirpur Stadium at Dhaka therefore I thought a dream of mine will come true. Along with me some other friends of mine also dreamt of watching the ICC World Cup live in the stadium sitting before the players. We were just building castles in the air regarding this event.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Friends in need are friends indeed

Mirza liked to play with computer hardware and software. This is why his relatives call him if they face any computer related problems and he is a fool that always tries to help them even though he is in hurry for personal works. One day his uncle Mr. Farhan’s laptop was not working this is why he called Mirza. As usual he repaired his uncle’s laptop without looking at the time.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Life of an Eaglet

Once upon a time an Eagle has no nest to live. So that she laid her egg in the nest of a Moorfowl in the jungle. The Moorfowl incubated the egg with care. Oneday a little eaglet came out of that egg. It was growing up as a Moorfowl baby. It started behaving like Moorfowl and started crowing like it and it never new how to fly high in the sky. Days were passing by and by...

One day it saw an Eagle was flying in the sky. It was astonished to see, something up in the air and asked so called mother, what was that?

The mother Moorfowl stated " It's an Eagle, an awesome big bird. Though you look like this bird but you were born as a Moorfowl. You can never fly like that bird." 
The Eaglet believed the mother Moorfowl and never tried to fly. The days were passing somehow. The Eaglet was grown up and one day it died. 

The Eaglet was born to fly high in the sky but that truth remained unknown to him!

The Moral of this story is...

"In this world there are lots of people start their life with such extra-ordinary powers, but most of remain unable to proper utilize their power"

You might also love to read this: "Help others but keep limit"
Translated from: Facebook

Monday, January 16, 2012

Help others, but keep a limit!!!

Lord is a student in the National University of Bangladesh. His background of study is Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). He got admitted in this university in the 2008. Now he is in the 7th semester. He had a little knowledge about computer and for what he always showed off his expertise to others. One day a senior lady came to him and asked to help her to prepare her internship report. He thought it would be a great chance to learn how to write internship report. He took the responsibility to prepare it for the senior lady. Surprisingly it took less time for him to prepare the report. The lady disclosed the qualities of Lord in front of her friends and other students in the department. Gradually, he became popular among his classmates. There was another reason behind his fame, which is his punctuality. His teachers as well as other junior students began to seek help from him. He got a little bit busy doing all these things and helping others. In the meanwhile, other classmates were shining in their results. But he was getting detached from his studies and attached with these unnecessary jobs. His CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) was gradually falling down but he did not notice. It was so late, when he understood that his CGPA is much lower in contrast with his classmates. Then he decided he would not show off everywhere and he reduced the frequency of helping others.
The moral of this story is  
Excess show off might mislead you.
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