After a long wait, Nifty50 hit the 10,000 mark on a closing basis today viz  on Wednesday 26Julb2017;for the first time. This came a day ahead of the expiry of July futures and options contracts. The index witnessed a breakout above its three-month old ascending channel on the daily chart. 


Serve , even if it hurts.

One of the great ironies of life is tha, t one who serves , almost always benefits more than , he or she who is served another.

What you give out to the world is miniscule portion compared to what the universe bestows you with

So the best and easy way to cheer yourself up is just to try to cheer somebody else up, as often as possible

Therefore be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody, ( not nobody)

You will get more than what you give, (whatever it may be) so choose wisely and serve abundantly


People can do not just whatever they want but each and everything they they could desire and dream of, if only they just set their heart to it, and just never give up, and just go out there and do it, with determination dedication and deadly devlish devotion in focusing their energies and channeling their strengths and talents towards their ambitious goal…


Optimism is a magnet that bring joy and peace to you.  If you look at life in a positive fashion, good things and good people and good experiences are bound tobe drawn to you.

You will be blind to undesirable events as the good outweighs the do called bad incidents

Keeping busy by posively thinking of wonderful possobiliries and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself as you appreciate and embrace good things and learn to neglect or ignore no do happy situations


Comfort vs courage

Integrity is choosing courage over comfort; choosing what is right over what is fun, fast, or easy; and choosing to practice our values rather than simply professing them.

Brené Brown


In Leading Change, James O’Toole explains that people resist change primarily because they bristle at the idea of having the will of others imposed upon them. They then concoct moral justifi cations to defend their positions.

Psychologist Jonathan Haidt has noted, the mind looks for ways to make sense of what the gut has already decided

10 May, 2017 21:57

“If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” -Albert Einstein

I read a lot of Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein to my son these days. Often times, I leave these books speaking in rhyme or moved to write a child-like poem. I have learned that some messages are actually better communicated through this type of poetry. The above quote inspired the following poem, which speaks to the negative impact unrealistic expectations can have. Too often, the expectations people possess and experience cause unnecessary psychological harm.

“Fish Can’t Climb”

A fish can’t climb, a bee can’t swim,
So why might you assume they’re dim?
Snakes can’t walk or clap their hands,
No matter what their parents demand.

A hippo or elephant may look in the mirror,
Hoping they’ll see a little bit clearer,
Shedding tears over chubby reflections,
Because the skinny ones meet them with pure rejection