Monday, March 24, 2014

The Great Silence.

the great silence
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Long time no posts, starting phrase for each post after a long gap. The break we take on regular basis will be common among people for me, I think I should continue this because some of the figures I found out is not matching with those I am having in mind since childhood. But last week I saw a big mould for an usual human/commercial need woo.. It was such an amazing copy of the exact figure with me, I cant explain how I feel the mismatches and the matches.

Read many books, anecdotes, biographies and watched many Interviews. For last 2 years my inspirations are only these along with new environments.
The most haunted one is The Great Silence. The situation will be so boring and the experience will be at its peak. If you get chance to deal with these kind of Unique subjects please follow your own mind and be a disciplined reader.

I have't mentioned anything about this title, excuse me I am also in search for the same...

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Slices of time...

One of the first things we notice about people we meet is their smile. Not only can a smile (or lack thereof) indicate a person’s mood at the time, but it can also affect how they are perceived by others during that ever-important first impression.
 I believe my smile is one of my best features, A genuine smile can instill confidence and trust and give others a feeling of friendliness and warmth; while a smile that is false or unhealthy –looking can give the opposite impression. Having a great smile not only affects how others perceive us, but also how we perceive ourselves. I know too many people who won’t smile in photographs (or skip photographs entirely), or who make conscious efforts not to smile or laugh during interactions with others
A Day Without Laughter is a Day Wasted...

Friday, March 14, 2014

Dubai Dream

and perhaps, nothing really is
Dubai glistens. Impossibly-shiny glass windows gleam across blocks of new high-rises and 350,000 sqm shopping malls. Sprawling man-made lakes glitter in the brilliant sunlight. A 40-minute drive from downtown takes you to a surreal dreamscape filled with golden sand, where friendly camels trot and tourist-hungry campsites stage belly dances by twilight. And of course, the heat. The intense, body-baking heat that rises out of the sand that goes everywhere. Your shoes, your room, the pockets of your jeans. Thanks to some friends living there,Dubai is a strange place – sparse with people and filled with multi-billion dollar dreams. Drive through the city  (it’s laid out in one long line), and you’ll find towering, half-finished buildings left standing as if discarded by a giant child. Nobody walks anywhere because of the heat, so the city in the middle of the afternoon resembles a dusty ghost town. The countless malls are laden with brands from everywhere in the world – burgers from South Africa, Lebanese sharwarma wraps, Italian bags of the softest leather, bakeries from Australia. Stay too long in Dubai – and you’ll feel like you’re wandering about in a hazy dream. Nothing seems quite real. And perhaps, nothing really is.

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