Interesting Short Story ! No offense meant ! I love this Story, this is the funniest thing I’m reading this week! 😂😂😂😂😂😂

Interesting Short Story ! No offense meant !
I love this Story, this is the funniest thing I’m reading this week! 😂😂😂😂😂😂

A woman went shopping. At the cash counter, she opened her purse to pay.

The cashier noticed a TV remote in her purse.

He could not control his curiosity and asked,

“Do you always carry your TV remote with you?😕”

She replied ” No, not always, but my husband refused to accompany me shopping today because of football match, so I took the remote.”

*Moral: Accompany and support your wife in her hobbies…..*🙍🙍🙍🙍🙍🙍🙍

The story continues….😏

The cashier laughed and then returned all the items that lady had purchased.

Shocked at this act, she asked the cashier what he was doing.

He said, “your husband has blocked your credit card……….”😲😲😲😲😲😲

*MORAL: Always respect the hobbies of your husband.*😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒

Story continues….

Wife took out her husband’s credit card from purse and swiped it. Unfortunately he didn’t block his own card.

*Moral: Don’t underestimate the power and wisdom of your WIFE..*

Story continues…

After swiping, the machine indicated, ‘ENTER THE PIN SENT TO YOUR MOBILE PHONE’…….

*Moral: When a man tends to lose, the machine is smart enough to save him!*

Story continues….

She smiled to herself and reached out for the mobile which rang in her purse.

It was her husband’s phone showing the forwarded SMS.

She had taken it with the remote control so he doesn’t call her during her shopping.

She bought her items and returned home happily.

*Moral: Don’t underestimate a desperate woman!*😷😷😷😷😷

Story continues….

On getting home, his car was gone.😈😈😈😈😈

A note was pasted on the door

“Couldn’t find the remote. Gone out with the boys to watch the premiership match. Will be home late. Call me on my phone if you need something”.😇😇😇😇

Damn… He left with the house key too.


*Moral: Don’t try to control your husband.
You will always lose😯😯



*Once, it so happened that Lord Krishna was standing in front of the mirror decorating himself. He was trying on different crowns on his head and putting on some fine jewelry while his charioteer waited outside with the chariot ready. His charioteer waited and waited and thought to himself – usually Krishna comes immediately, today he has still not come. So, out of curiosity he went inside to find out if the program was still on because Krishna was very unpredictable, anytime anything could change. So, the charioteer goes inside and he sees Lord Krishna standing in front of the mirror admiring himself.*
*He politely asked, “My dear Lord, tell me, why are you dressing up so much today. Where are we going?”*
*Lord Krishna said, “I am going to meet Duryodhana.”*
*The charioteer said, “You are dressing up so much to meet Duryodhana?”*
*Lord Krishna then said, “He cannot see my inside, he can only appreciate my outside. So how I am dressed will impress him because he cannot see my inside.”*
*Then the charioteer said, “You are going to Duryodhana? You should not go, he should come to you. This I cannot accept.”*
*Many times, the drivers and assistants give you more advise than needed. He continued to say, “This is not fair. Look at your status and look at him! You are the Lord of the world. You should not go, let him come.”*
*Krishna turned back, looked at him, smiled and said, “Darkness does not come to light, light has to go to darkness.”*
*These few words silenced the charioteer.*

_*🌹Jai Shree Krishna 🌹*_

Meaning / benefits of some Hindu practices

1) Namaskar/Namaste: Joining Palms Together


Namaskar or Namaste is an Indian style of greeting people; it is a way Hindus give respect to others. While joining two palms together, people join the tips of all the fingers together, which further create pressure on points of ears, eyes, and mind. Pressing them together is said to turn on the pressure points which helps us remember that person for a long time. This also ensures that people do not get germs as they don’t shake hands.

2) Wearing Toe Ring

Married Indian women wear silver toe rings on their second toes; a nerve from the second toe is connected to the heart through the uterus. Wearing toe ring strengthens the uterus; this also regulates blood flow and manages menstrual cycle effectively in women’s body. Silver is a good conductor, which absorbs polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body.

3) Throwing Coins Into A River


This practice is normally found in many countries apart from India. But there is science behind this tradition; in ancient times, people used the currency of copper. This metal is vital for our body; by throwing copper coins in the water, people used to consume copper through the drinking water obtained from the river.

4) Tilak/KumKum On The Forehead


There is a small spot between the two eyebrows on the forehead; this spot is considered a major nerve point in our body. The red Tika or Tilak is considered as energy-saver; applying kumkum between the eyebrows is believed to keep energy in the body and control different levels of concentration. When we apply kumkum in the middle of the forehead, we automatically press Adnya-chakra; this energises the blood supply to our facial muscles.

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5) Why Do Temples Have Bells?


Ring of bells clears our mind and helps us stay focused on our worship. The bells are made of special technique; the sound of these bells creates a unity in the left and right portions in our brains. When we ring the bell, the echo of sound lasts for a minimum of 7 seconds; during these 7 seconds, our body activates all the seven healing centres. This removes all negative thoughts from our mind.

6) Why We Start With Spice and End With Sweet?


Our meals start off with spice and end with some sweet. According to science, spice activates the digestive juices and acids to boost our digestive system efficiently; sweets contain carbohydrates that bring down the digestive process. Therefore, sweets are always served at the end of meals.

7) Why Do We Applying Mehendi/Henna On The Hand And Feet?

Mehendi has medicinal qualities; since our Indian weddings include many stressful events and rituals, brides sometimes feel a headache, stress and fevers too. Mehndi can avert stress with its cool medicinal values; therefore, brides and grooms apply mehndi on hands and feet.

8) Sitting On The Floor and Eating


Indians and many people from eastern countries sit in “Sukhasan” position during lunch and dinner. Sukhasan is one of the important Asanas in Yog; in this position, we sit cross-legged. This posture immediately brings a sense of calm and helps in digestion; our brain automatically receives a signal to prepare our stomach for digestion.

9) Why You Should Not Sleep With Your Head Towards North?


Our body includes magnetic field and Earth is a giant magnet. When we sleep by keeping our head towards north, body’s magnetic field gets completely uneven to the Earth’s Magnetic field. That creates problems connected to blood pressure and our heart requires working harder to beat this irregularity of Magnetic fields. Another reason is that human body has a great deal of iron in our blood. When we sleep by keeping our head towards North, iron from the whole body starts to assemble in the brain. This can create a headache, Alzheimer’s Disease, Cognitive Decline, Parkinson disease and brain degeneration.

10) Why We Pierce Ear?


Ear piercing can boost our intellect, power of thinking and decision-making faculties. It is believed that more we talk, more our energies get drained; piercing ears can restrain our speech; this also prevents our insolent behaviour. The practice also frees our ear-channels from disorders. This tradition is now accepted everywhere across the globe.

11) Surya Namaskar


Hindus worship all natural phenomena; the sun is worshipped as the god of energy. Hindus chant prayers to Sun by offering water; during this practice, we look at the Sun rays through the water. This is good for eyes as it improves vision. Moreover, we tend to get up early in the morning and complete all morning rituals in the morning. Making the most of the sunlight is also the reason behind this tradition.

12) Why Do We Fast?

As per Ayurveda, Indian treatise on medicine and herbs, the basic cause of any ailment is the growth of toxic materials in the stomach. Fasting helps us cleanse that toxics gathered in our digestive system; moreover, our digestive system needs rest from daily activities. Fasting gives that rest to our entire digestive system and organs in the body. Thus, fast of the entire day is good for health; however, we should take lemon juice at regular intervals to maintain energy in our body.

13) Why Do We Touch Feet of Our Elders?


Cosmic energy flows in our body from one end to another; it is connected between two minds and hearts. It is this energy that is transferred through handshakes and hugs; moreover, the cosmic energy gathers at our fingertips, and therefore, when we touch feet of our elderly, it is transferred to the one who touches the feet. In this manner, fingers of hands become receptor and fingers of feet become a giver of energy.

14) Why Do We Worship Peepal Tree?


Normally, trees produce oxygen during the day and emit carbon dioxide during the night; but very few of us know that Peepal tree produces oxygen during day and night. And therefore, our ancestors started worshiping Peepal tree.

15) Why Married Women Apply Sindoor or Vermillion?

There is a physiological reason behind Sindoor application by married women. Sindoor is made of turmeric-lime and metal mercury; mercury not only controls blood pressure but also ignites physical passion. This could be the reason why widows are not allowed to apply Sindoor. For better results, Sindoor is applied right up to the pituitary gland, which produces hormones that influence growth and sensual development. Mercury is also believed to remove stress and strain.

16) Why Do We Worship Tulsi Plant?

Tulsi is considered as a mother by Hindus; Tulsi, which is Basil in botany, has many medicinal properties. Basil is antibiotic, which increases immunity if taken every day. It is believed that if a person consumes basil every day, he or she can live a long and healthy life as the plant prevents diseases and stabilizes health. Moreover, the fragrance of Tulsi averts mosquitoes and other insects; it is also believed that snakes do not tread near Tulsi plant, and therefore, ancient people used to plant Tulsi near their houses.

17) Why Do We Worship Idol?

As per modern psychology, man shapes his thoughts as per the object he sees. Man’s thinking changes according to the objects he sees. Idolatry was observed in ancient India so that people can absorb the shape of idols in their minds and thereby concentrate; this is the way to gain spiritual energy without losing concentration. An idol in the temple can help increase concentration while offering prayers.

18) Why Do Indian Women Wear Bangles?

The wrist is the most energetic part of human body, and hence, it generates a lot of energy; women wear bangles around their wrists. During many household chores, wrists come into contact with bangles and create friction, thus increases blood circulation. Moreover, the electricity passing out through the outer skin is again reverted to one’s own body because of the ring-shaped bangles, which has no ends to pass the energy outside but to send it back to the body.

19) Why Should We Visit Temple?

Magnetic and electric waves are constantly passing under the earth; when we build a temple, architects and engineers select a piece of land where these waves are available in plenty. The chief idol is placed in the centre of the temple; this place is also known as Garbhagriha or Moolsthana. The temple is built around once the idol is placed (Pran Pratistha).
The idol is placed where magnetic waves are highly active. During the placement of idol, we bury some copper plates beneath the idol; the plates are inscribed with Vedic scripts; these copper plates absorb magnetic waves from the earth and radiate it to the surroundings. So if a person regularly visits a temple and walks around the idol clockwise, his/her body absorbs the magnetic waves. People who regularly visit temple receive this positive energy and live a healthy life.

20) Why Do We Apply Haldi?


Haldi or turmeric is a natural herb; it is the best anti-septic given by Mother Nature. Its application on the body ensures that all germs on the skin will be killed. Moreover, turmeric absorbs all dirt from the skin and provides radiance to the skin. To give moisture to the skin, people also add oil to the turmeric.

21) Reason Behind Holy Fire at Wedding

Holy fireworks as a natural cleanser; it removes negative energy from the environment and fills the air with positivity. Moreover, the fire is fuelled with different kinds of wood, ghee, rice and other herbs. The smoke produced by the fire purifies the air by killing insects. This creates a positive impact on the health of people who attend the marriage. The couple gets more benefit as they are close to the fire.

22) Logical Reason behind the Toran Decoration

Fresh green leaves filter the air and make the surrounding neat and clean; a hygienic atmosphere is necessary for an auspicious occasion like a wedding. Mango leaves are believed to add more elegance to the decoration, and therefore, people tie torans made of mango leaves at the entrance of their residences.

23) Chanting the ‘Om’ Mantra

Chanting Om Kar is believed to reduce blood pressure and control heart rates. If OM is pronounced after taking a deep breath, it improves the sense of alertness and thus, concentration.

24) Why Gayathri Mantra Is Chanted In Prayers?

Chanting Gayatri mantra produces almost 110,000 different kinds of waves per second. Researchers have confirmed many scientific potentialities of Gayatri mantra. It boosts our health immensely if we chant Gayatri mantra 90 minutes before the sunrise. This could be the reason why Radio station at Paramaribo (part of South America) broadcasts this mantra from 7 PM onwards every day.

Read with patience-USED vs LOVED

🍀 Read with patience 🍀




While a man was polishing his new car, his 6 yr old son picked up a stone and scratched lines on the side of the car.

In anger, the man took the child’s hand and hit it many times;

not realising he was using a wrench.

At the hospital, the child lost all his fingers due to multiple fractures.

When the child saw his father..
with painful eyes he asked,

‘Dad when will my fingers grow back?’

The man was so hurt and speechless;

he went back to his car and kicked it a lot of times.

Devastated by his own actions…..

sitting in front of that car he looked at the scratches;

the child had written ‘LOVE YOU DAD’.

The next day that man committed suicide. . .

Anger and Love have no limits;

choose the latter to have a beautiful, lovely life…..

Things are to be used and people are to be loved.

But the problem in today’s world is that,
People are used and things are loved

Let’s be careful to keep this thought in mind:

Things are to be used,but People are to be loved.

Watch your thoughts; they become words.

Watch your words; they become actions.

Watch your actions; they become habits.

Watch your habits they become character

Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.

God bless you.

Do u know the relationship between your two eyes?

They blink together, move together, cry together, see things together & sleep

Even though they never see each other

Foods that are banned abroad but not in India

*Foods that are banned abroad but not in India*

*Asian honey*
Beware of all the bogus claims by honey ( advertorials because Europe had banned Asian honey following reports about it containing antibiotics and heavy metals. Regardless of this, US companies continue to import Asian honey illegally from China and export it to India for sale.

French authorities have discarded ketchup for its cultural threat to French cooking. ( They believe it masks the taste of foods that children are eating and have banned it in primary schools in France.

*Red Bull*
France and Denmark banned it and it remains banned in Lithuania ( for people under the age of 18. The energy drink is said to contribute to heart problems, depression, hypertension and convulsions.

*Jelly sweets*
Indian Food Authorities may deem jelly sweets good for consumption, ( but the truth is, they are made of a thickening agent called konjac, which causes choking hazard. UK and other parts of Europe don’t import it, however, the sweets are widely available in Japan and the Far East.

*Unpasteurised milk*
The presence of harmful microbes and germs in unpasteurised ( milk led to its ban in almost all of the USA and Canada. It is easily available in India even when it can make you severely ill.

*Kinder Joy*
Next time you’re in the States, don’t try buying a Kinder egg. ( This popular treat is barred from import by US Customs and Border Protection because it contains a “non-nutritive object embedded in it”. It can pose a choking hazard.



Sunday reflection — Your Time Zone.

Sunday reflection
Your Time Zone.

New York is 3 hours ahead of California, but it does not make California slow.

Someone graduated at the age of 22,
but waited 5 years before securing a good job!

Someone became a CEO at 25, and died at 50.

While another became a CEO at 50, and lived to 90 years.

Someone is still single, while someone else got married.
Obama retires at 55, but Trump starts at 70.

Absolutely everyone in this world works based on their Time Zone.
People around you might seem to go ahead of you, some might seem to be behind you.
But everyone is running their own RACE, in their own TIME.

Don’t envy them or mock them. They are in their TIME ZONE, and you are in yours!
Life is about waiting for the right moment to act. So, RELAX.
You’re not LATE.
You’re not EARLY.
You are very much ON TIME, and in your TIME ZONE DESTINY set up for you.

So don’t rush to get somewhere and don’t be sad if things turn out to be slow. In God’s hands time is a tool. He makes all things beautiful in His time.

Enjoy your time Zone !

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