Warrier's Collage 21032021

Welcome to Warrier's Daily COLLAGE Sunday March 21, 2021 Fighting Anxiety & Depression: Sarvapriyananda https://youtu.be/vzFtOOVQPmA Surrender Infinite power of surrender: https://thg.page.link/gPFgHZjZQLqqVyro8 (Link Selection: M G Warrier) Good Morning Yesterday world observed Happiness Day Remain happy from today, till the next World Happiness Day M G Warrier M 134 A Interaction 1) V Babusenan Thiruvananthapuram Shri.Ramasubramanian has stated that husband and wife are the two sides of the same coin. It is an indirect and beautiful way of saying that, without 'coin', they can't have coexistence. 2) S K Gupta Panchkula International Day Of Happiness 2021 The United Nations started to celebrate the International Day of Happiness in 2013 but a resolution for the same was passed on July 12, 2012. The theme of International Day of Happiness for this year is “Happiness For All, Forever” which implies the significance of happiness for people all over the world. Yesterday, March 20, 2021 was International Day of Happiness B Friendship Poetry https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poems/friend/short/ Like: Care And Happiness Shishir Published: October 2015 You came as a ray of light, Made my life cheerful and bright, Showering your affection over me So that my face was full of glee. Taking away my complete loneliness And giving me back all the happiness With a Midas touch of your care To keep me away from despair. I'll never leave you midway, And tales of our bond people will say. C Friendship a) Friendship in Ancient Indian Mythology https://www.indiastudychannel.com/resources/161815-Some-famous-examples-of-friends-in-Indian-mythology-and-their-friendship.aspx Excerpts: Why we make friends Every person needs a person whom he will tell all his secret things. He wants a person to say the things that he cannot tell to his father and to his mother and even to his wife. So friend is the person whom he trusts much and whom he can make his true secret helper. So people need friends. There is no selfishness between two friends. So people always long for a person as his true friend. That is why people make friendship with other people. b) Quotes about friendship https://hellogiggles.com/lifestyle/literary-quotes-on-friendship/ Like: There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.” ― Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey Jane Austen was one of the first authors to acknowledge that all good romance is bred on friendship, so it makes sense that she describes friendship just as passionately. Your best friends are those who you love wholeheartedly — and who return your love just as fully. D Changemaker* Manasi Joshi Manasi Girishchandra Joshi (born 11 June 1989) is an Indian para-badminton player, the current World Champion and a changemaker. She started her professional sporting journey in 2015 and at present, she is ranked world no. 2 in women’s singles. Manasi was listed as the Next Generation Leader 2020 by TIME Magazine in October 2020 and she appeared on their Asia cover, making her the first para-athlete in the world and the first Indian athlete to be featured on the magazine’s cover, for being an advocate of rights for people with disabilities. [13] On the occasion of the International Day of Girl Child (11 October 2020), Barbie celebrated Manasi and her achievements by modelling a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll to her likeness to inspire young girls.[14] She has also been recognized by BBC as one of the 100 most inspirational & powerful women across the world in 2020 and was nominated for the BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year award 2020 alongside PV Sindhu, Mary Kom, Vinesh Phogat and Dutee Chand Manasi was born in Rajkot, Gujarat and she was raised in Anushaktinagar, Mumbai. She graduated in Electronics Engineering from University of Mumbai, in 2010. Sports lover, Manasi played sports such as football and badminton through her school and college life. Joshi was six when she started playing badminton with her father, a retired scientist from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and over the years she represented her school, college and corporate at various tournaments. After finishing graduation in 2010, she worked as a software engineer until December 2011, when she met with a road accident while riding her motorbike to work, and her leg had to be amputated. During 2012-2013 after her accident, Manasi started practising yoga, meditation and badminton to regain her fitness. She played badminton as part of her rehabilitation and another para-badminton player urged her to try out for the national team; she was selected for Asian Para-Games 2014 and played her first international tournament in Spain. In 2015, Manasi along with her XD partner won a Silver medal in mixed doubles at the BWF Para Badminton World Championship held in Stoke Mandeville, England. In 2018, she asked Pullela Gopichand to coach her,[19] and enrolled in his badminton academy at Hyderabad. In September 2015, Joshi won a silver medal in mixed doubles at the Para-Badminton World Championship held in Stoke Mandeville, England. In October 2018, she won a bronze medal for India at the Asian Para Games 2018, held in Jakarta, Indonesia. In August 2019, at the Para-Badminton World Championship 2019 in Basel, Switzerland, she beat her countrywoman Parul Parma to win a gold medal. Manasi is based out of Hyderabad, India, and she is currently preparing to qualify in para badminton at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics to be held in September 2021. The Awards and Recognitions she has earned will make an unending list. Prominent among those are: National award for Best Sportsperson with Disability (female) - 2019 Times of India Sports award for Best para-athlete of the year - 2019 BBC Indian Sportswoman of the Year - 2019 TIME Next Generation Leader - 2020 Gold in women's singles, Para-Badminton World Championship, Basel, Switzerland - 2019 Persons like Manasi Joshi make us proud. Let us spread her story as wide as possible. That is the only way we can repay the debt to her. *Received from V R Chittanandam Source: Internet E Return Journey* This is an article on the internet that has caused many to reflect over their own lives. The author is a retired writer, and she expressed emotion when she was about to go to a nursing home. (Originally written in Chinese) I'm going to a nursing home. I have to. When life gets to where you are no longer able to take care of yourself completely, your children are busy at work and have to take care of their children and have no time to take care of you, this seems to be the only way out. The nursing home is in good condition, with clean single rooms equipped with simple and practical electrical appliances. All kinds of entertainment facilities are complete, the food is fairly delicious, the service is also very good. The environment is also very beautiful, but the price is not cheap. My pension is poorly able to support this. But I have my own house. If I sell it, then money is not a problem. I can spend it on retirement, and the rest will be left as an inheritance for my son. The son understands very well: "Your money and your property should be enjoyed by you, don't worry about us." Now I have to consider preparing to go to a nursing home. As the saying goes: Breaking a family is worth tens of thousands, which refers to many things. Boxes, bags, cabinets, and drawers are filled with all kinds of daily necessities: clothings for all weathers and beddings for all seasons. I like to collect. I have collected a lot of stamps. I have also hundreds of purple clay tea pots. There are many small collections, and such small items as pendants of emerald and walnut amber, and two small yellow croakers. I am.specially fond of books. The bookshelves on the wall are full. There are also dozens of bottles of good foreign wine. There are full sets of household appliances; various cooking utensils, pots and pans, rice, oil, salt, noodles,Flour ,spices, various seasonings, in fact the kitchen is also full. There are also dozens and dozens of photo albums..., looking at the house full of things, I'm worried! The nursing home has only one room with a cabinet, a table, a bed, a sofa, a refrigerator, a washing machine, a TV, an induction cooker and a microwave oven -- all the things I will really need. There is no place to store the wealth that I have accumulated throughout my life. At this moment, I suddenly feel that my so-called wealth is superfluous, and it doesn't belong to me. I just take a look at it, play with it, use it. It actually belongs to this world. The wealth that come in turns are just passing by. Whose palace is the Forbidden City? The Emperor thought it belonged to him, but today it belongs to the people and society. You look at these, you play with these, you use these but you can't take them with you in death. I really want to donate the things in my house, but I can’t get it done. To deal with it has now become a problem. Very few children and grandchildren can appreciate what I have collected. I can imagine what it will be like when my children and grandchildren face with these painstakingly accumulated treasures of mine: all the clothes and bedding will be thrown away; dozens of precious photos will be destroyed; books will be sold as scrap. Collections? If you are not interested, you will dispose of them. The mahogany furniture is not practical and will be sold at a low price. Just like the end of the Red Mansion: only a piece of white left, so clean. Facing with the mountain of clothes, I only picked a few favourites; I only kept a set of pots and pans for kitchen supplies, a few books that are worth reading; a handful of teapots for tea. Bring along my ID card, senior citizen certificate, health insurance card, household register, and of course a bank card. Enough! It's all my belongings! I'm gone. I bid farewell to my neighbours, I knelt down at the door and bowed three times and gave this home back to the world. Yes! In life, you can only sleep in one bed, live in one room. Any more of it is merely for watching and playing! Having lived a lifetime, people finally understand: we don’t really need much. Don’t be shackled by superfluous things to be happy! It's ridiculous to compete for fame and fortune. Life is no more than a bed. For people over 60 years old, shouldnt we think carefully about how to take the last journey in life? Let go of fantasies and baggage, and of those things that can't be eaten, worn, used. Be healthy and be happy *Forward received from Sudha Warrier Mumbai F 1) Jokes https://www.academyofhappylife.com/best-jokes/ 2) Blogs & Links https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/a-smile-can-change-your-life-11713/ G Quotes about Happiness https://www.livehappy.com/lifestyle/10-best-happiness-quotes-all-time?nopaging=1 Like: Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier." —Mother Theresa "Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties." —Helen Keller


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