What Your Back to School Personality Says About You
You are fairly driven, but the big win always seems a bit beyond your reach. You lack intense passion.
You are most likely to succeed if you are working with other talented people. You thrive on a team.
Your greatest skill is organization. You are good at laying out a plan and making sure it gets followed.
Your biggest stumbling block in life is worrying about what other people think of you. Their opinions matter even less than you think.
The number one thing you're thankful for is your friends and family.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Saturday, July 04, 2009
With this post of mine, i heartily thank the authors of 9 most inpsiring books in my life.
Ordering is purely based on FIFO principle; for i strongly believe that reading any masterpiece is like meeting another form of God; a unique and truly loved experience devoid of any kind of comparisons!
Principal Madam handed me a token of appreciation for standing first in 2nd std...Oh God, i still have those memories so fresh in my mind!
Later I loved how Gulliver often ended up surviving in contrasting situations during his exciting voyage. The 8-year old child in me obviously loved the Lilliputian tale the most!!
This book was gifted to me by my dear father around 1.5 years back. I have performed many of the suggested yogasanas but still dont get time to follow yoga on a regular basis.
"Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they're yours."
8. The Kite Runner -Khaled Hosseini
I had seen this novel in the favorite list of many; though started 1.5 years back, finished this novel just a month back!
Looks like Khaled is a truly gifted writer who could pen down the painful consequences of poverty and lack of education so marvelously. The name of the novel looks so apt at the end; No wonder this novel surfaces many of the realities of big time struggling countries.