Finding Happiness

Once a group of 50 people was attending a seminar..
Suddenly the speaker stopped and started giving each person a balloon.. Each one was asked to write his\/her name on it using a marker pen.. Then all the balloons were collected and put in another room..

Now these delegates were let in that room and asked to find the balloon which had their name written., within 5 minutes..

Everyone was frantically searching for their name, pushing, colliding with each other, and there was utter chaos..

At the end of 5 minutes, no one could find their own balloon..

Now each one was asked to randomly collect a balloon and give it to the person whose name was written on it. Within minutes everyone had their own balloon..

The speaker began; This is exactly happening in our lives.. Everyone is frantically looking for happiness all around, not knowing where it is.. Our happiness lies in the happiness of other people.. Give them their happiness, you will get your own happiness..

And this is the purpose of human life..

Story Of Bill Gates!

Before Microsoft was born, Bill Gates suffered failure in business. Known today to be one of the wealthiest men in the world, Bill Gates’s upper middle class family is a stark contrast from some of the other successful failures out there that didn’t have well off parents.

However, Bill Gates didn’t rely on his family. His business acumen was second to none. But his first business was indeed a failure. Traf O Data was a partnership between Gates, Paul Gilbert, and Paul Allen. The goal of the business was to create reports for roadway engineers from raw traffic data.

The company did achieve a little bit of success by processing the raw traffic data to generate some income. But the machine that they had built to process the data flopped when they tried to present it to a Seattle County traffic employee. Yet, this business helped to set Gates and his partner Paul Allen up for major success with Microsoft.

Although Gates failed at his first business, it didn’t discourage him from trying again. He didn’t want to give up because the sheer notion of business intrigued him.

He was cleverly able to put together a company that revolutionized the personal computing marketplace. And we all know just how successful that was for him…. ______

Poor Man’s Kindness

Once Swami ji was for a stay in Rajasthan. When people got to know about him they started coming to him. Swami ji was tirelessly answering questions of everyone who was coming to him. This way three days and night passed. Swam Vivekananda ji was so involved in talking to people about spiritual matters that he didn’t even took a break to eat of even drink a sip of water. On third night on his stay after all visitors left, a poor man came to him and said, “Swami ji.. I noticed that you have been answering all people from last two days and night and haven’t even taken a drop of water. This has pained me very much..” Swami ji felt that in form of poor man, God had appeared before him and said, “Will you please give me something to eat??” Poor man was a cobbler by profession and traditionally a person from lower caste were even forbid from coming near to Brahman or Sanyasi. So poor man hesitatingly asked, “Swami ji.. I want to bake and bring some bread for you but I am from lower caste.. How can you eat it if i have already touched it..” Poor man asked, “Swami ji if you allow then i can bring you some ingredient to make food and then you can prepare them as you please..!!” Swami ji replied, “No.. I shall be happy to eat whatever you bring for me to eat..” Poor man was frightened and feared that people for higher caste might punish him for giving food to Sanyasi but he wanted to serve to Swami ji and hurriedly went back home and came back with some freshly baked bread..” Swami ji was moved by the kindness and selfless love of poor man. Swami ji ate that bread and thanked poor man for his kindness. In meantime some high caste gentleman found that a lower class man had offered food to Swami ji and was accepted by him. They went to Swami ji and questioned about it and said that it was wrong of him to accept that food. Swami ji listened to them patiently and replied, “You people made me talk without respite for the past three days but you did not even care to inquire if I had taken any food and rest. You claim you are gentlemen and boast of your high caste..!! what is more shameful, you condemn this man for being of a low caste. Can you overlook the humanity he has just shown and despise him without feeling ashamed?” Gentlemen felt ashamed about their behavior.

The Clever Woman

Once upon a time there lived a king. His name was Shahryar. He and his brother Shazaman got married to two evil sisters incidentally. When days passed Shahzaman’s wife cast an evil spell on his husband. So he died of a bad disease. The news reached the king Shahryar. He felt sorry for his brother Shahzaman. So he ordered his brother’s wife to be put to death as a punishment. Just then some holy men came there to see the king and the princess. But the queen humiliated them and punished them. When he heard the news he ordered to execute his wife also. He decided to take revenge on women. So he took an oath himself to marry everyday a girl and kill her the next day itself. From the next day onwards, he married a woman and the next day morning he killed her for some reason. As days passed he continued his oath. So all the women were killed except one. She was one of his minister’s daughters. Her name was Shahitha Banu. She was very clever and a good storyteller. The particular day came for her marriage. As she was intelligent, she worked out a plan in her mind. After the wedding was over both the king and Shahitha Banu were in their room. She asked the king to permit her to tell him a very interesting story to entertain him. The king allowed her to tell the Story. As she planned before she started to tell the story, “Long long ago there was a king XXXXX. He had his son XXXXX…..” The story I continued till late night and till the morning. But the story did not come to an end. Banu stopped for a while and said, “Now it is morning you have court work in the day. So I will continue the story today night”. The king should have killed the queen in the morning. But he wanted to know the continuation of the story as it was very interesting. So he postponed killing her. The next day night also the queen began to tell the story, but she extended the story endlessly. The story continued for several months. As days passed the king became very fond of the queen. So the King decided not to kill her. She had won his heart by her clever stories. The intelligent queen won the king’s heart and made him realize that all women were not wicked. They lived long and ruled their country long.

এমনটা না করলে হয়তো আমি বেঁচে থাকতাম!

~কিছু বলার নেই 😭
~মেয়েটি হয়তো বা কোনো এক প্রতারকের প্রতারণার স্বীকার !
যাই হোক আত্মহত্যা কোনো সমাধান নয়,ভুল করে ফেলছিস বোন।
ভালো থাকিস ওপারে 😢

##আমি একটা কথাই বলবো আমরা যুব সমাজ কি ভালো হতে পারি না।
এক হাতে কখনোই তালি বাজে না এইটা আমরা সবাই জানি।ভাই আপনার যদি এতোই x****করার ইচ্ছে থাকে আপনার গার্লফ্রেন্ড কে কেনো?? আপনি আপনার পরিবারকে বলেন বিয়ে করিয়ে দিতে। তাহলে বেঁচে যায় একটি প্রান বেঁচে যায় অনেক গুলো স্বপ্ন। একটু সুখের জন্য কেনো একটা পরিবারকে সারাজীবনের জন্য কান্না উপহার দেন???
##বোন তোমাদেরকে বলি ভালোবাসা কখনোই শারিরীক সম্পর্ক দিয়ে হয় না। যদি হয়, সেটা তোমার শরীরের উপর শারীরিক চাহিদা মিটানো। শারিরীক সম্পর্ক কখনোই টিকে থাকে না।
##বোন তোমাদেরকে আবারো বলছি, বার বার বলছি, ভালোবাসা টিকাতে গিয়ে কখনো শারীরিক সম্পর্কে জড়িও না, না, না। সে যদি এতোই তোমাকে ভালোবাসে তাহলে তোমার বয়ফ্রেন্ড কে বলো তোমার পরিবারের কাছে বিয়ের প্রস্তাব পাঠাতে।

##তুমি না হয় এক দিন দুই দিন তার সাথে শারিরীক সম্পর্কে জড়াবে তারপর কি হবে জানো..? বার বার তোমাকে ব্লাকমেল করবে, তুমি আমি তো s*** করবে.। ভুলবশত তুমি প্রেগনেন্ট হয়ে যেতে পারো। তখন দেখবে সবাই তোমাকে দোষ দিচ্ছে যেটা আমাদের সব সময় দেখা যায়। ছেলেটি তখন নিজের স্বার্থের কথাই বলবে, নিজেকে বাঁচানোর জন্য,,। তখন তুমি কান্না করবে বসে বসে তাকে ফোন দিয়ে বুঝাবা কি করবো সে বলবে বাচ্চা টা নষ্ট করে দাও।😭😭😭 কি দোষ করেছে বাচ্চা টা যে তোমরা একটু ভুলের জন্য যে কিনা দুনিয়া দেখার আগেই তাকে মেরে ফেলবে। পারবে তুমি একটি জীবন দিতে? কোন অধিকারে তোমার একটু সুখের জন্য তাকে দুনিয়ায় দেখার আগে মেরে ফেলবে?? আছে উত্তর কারোর কাছে?? (থাকলে বলেন প্লিজ)🙏🙏🙏



##আমি হাত জোড় করবে যুব সমাজ এবং বোনদের কাছে কখনোই সম্পর্ক টিকানোর জন্য শারিরীক সম্পর্কে জড়িয়ে নিজের পরিবারকে সমাজের কাছে ছোট করিওনা 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

##তোমার ভালোবাসার চেয়ে তোমার পরিবার আগে।
কারন তোমার মা বাবা তুমি জন্মের আগে তোমাকে না দেখে ভালোবেসেছে। আর তোমার বয়ফ্রেন্ড ২দিন হয় তোমাকে ভালোবাসে!
সুতরাং কোনো কিছু করার আগে পরিবারের কথাটা আগে ভেবো,,,!

ধন্যবাদ সবাইকে এতো কষ্ট করে পড়ার জন্য 💞💞

আর আমার কথায় কেউ কষ্ট পেলে ক্ষমা করে দিবেন প্লিজ। কিছু বলার থাকলে কমেন্ট করুন,,।

The Loss Of Friends

Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. Realizing that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said: “You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning an unborn son and a stillborn son are better than a son who is a dimwit. What good is a barren cow? A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make them fit to be my successors? I turn to you for advice.“ One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the respect of hundreds of his disciples. “He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.“ The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him “Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons into great scholars and I will make you the lord of hundred villages.“ Vishnu Sharman said “Oh, king, listen to my pledge. Hundred villages do not tempt me to vend learning. Count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name.“ The king immediately called his sons and handed them to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he started teaching them the five strategies (Panchatantra). Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted him in six months. Since then, Panchatantra became popular all over the world as children‘s guide in solving problems of life. The Loss of Friends Now begins the Loss of Friends (first of the five strategies) series. These are stories that figure in a dialogue between two jackals named Karataka and Damanaka. Long, long ago, a merchant named Vardhaman lived in a town in the south of India. As he was resting on his bed one day it struck him that money was the axis of the world and that the more he had of it the more he would be powerful. Even enemies seek the friendship of a rich man, he told himself. The old become young if they have riches and the young become old if they do not have wealth. Business is one of the six ways that help man amass wealth. This was his logic. Mobilizing all his wares, Vardhaman set out on an auspicious day for Madhura in search of markets for his goods. He began his travel in a gaily-decorated cart drawn by two bullocks. On the way, tired of the long haul, one of the bullocks named Sanjeevaka collapsed in the middle of a jungle near river Jamuna. But the merchant continued his journey asking some of his servants to take care of the animal. But the servants abandoned the bullock soon after their master had left. Joining him later, they told him that the bullock was dead. In fact, Sanjeevaka was not dead. Feeding on the abundant fresh and tender grass in the forest, he regained strength and began to merrily explore the jungle, dancing and singing in joy. In the same forest lived Pingalaka, the lion. Sanjeevaka, content with his new life in the jungle would waltz and sing uproariously with joy. One day, Pingalaka and other animals were drinking water in the Jamuna when the lion heard the frightening bellow of the bullock. In panic, the lion withdrew into the forest and sat deeply lost in thought and surrounded by other animals. The Loss of Friends Sensing the predicament of their king, two jackals, Karataka and Damanaka, sons of two dismissed ministers, were clueless as to what had happened to their king. “What could have happened to the lord of the forest,“ asked Damanaka. “Why should we poke our nose into affairs that are not our concern? Haven‘t you heard the story of the monkey which pulled out the wedge from the log,“ asked Damanaka. “Sounds interesting. Why don‘t you tell me what happened to the monkey,“ pleaded Damanaka. “Now, listen,“ said Damanaka and began narrating the story of the monkey.