Sunday, 18 January 2015

I never liked Flying in a Helicopters

I never liked Flying in a Helicopters 
because there's  Fair Probability 
that the bottom part will get going 
around as fast as the top part

Wednesday, 3 July 2013



This is the story of a journey, a journey called 'Life' and in the end it helped me reach my destination.

You saw the far reaching sky,
and your dreams expanded till horizon.
You saw the towering tree
and your spirits sore high.
You saw the Uninterrupted flow of the river,
and left all your hurdles behind.
You saw the wavering wind flowing without any barriers,
and unfastened the fetter around you.

You saw the tiny petals,
and humbleness became the epitome of your character.
Amidst darkness, you saw light twinkling at a distance,
and brought to life the spark 'hidden' within you.
You saw the elegant and gorgeous beauty of the peacock,
and realized the dazzling humanly beauty within you.

You saw a bird talking to air,
and let your imagination flow.

You saw the swaying and rustling crops,
and let yourself free to dance along.

You saw the fresh blooming bud,
and rejuvenated your soul.
You saw cobwebs on the walls of historic monuments,
and learned to never give up.

You saw the insurmountable mountains,
and got invincible courage.
You saw the snow-covered peaks,
and erased all the unpleasant memories from your heart.
You saw the portrait of Mother Teresa,
and the world got another helping hand forever.

You saw a crow sitting on the roof,
But visitors never came,
And you decided to always be truthful.
It is these small things that make you realize the almighty within you.
I saw 'You', and became 'Myself'.

You've LIVED to Learn and watching you, I've LEARNED to LIVE.

Arushi Jain 

Monday, 1 July 2013

The Optimistic Creed

To be so strong that nothing can perturb your peace of mind.
To bring happiness and prosperity to every soul you care about.

To make all your friends realize that innate beauty which shrouds every human soul.

To look at the sunny side of everything and 
To be just as spirited about others' success as about your own. 

To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and greet every living creature with a smile.

To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you're left with no time to criticize others.

To forego the past and press on the greater opportunity awaiting your doorstep.

To be too large for worries, too noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence of any trouble. 

Arushi Jain