Saturday, August 4, 2012

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Hi Good day ppl !
  Here is another funny Whats that pic post. I had been to Pune on a shopping spree in Feb. As Pune is famous for Dagdusheth Ganpati, Tulsi baug, Laxmi market, Sinhagad, ... one of the thing it is famous for is its funny, witty, blunt notices/warnings/notifications all around Pune called Puneri Patya.
  Got this funny but blunt one at this road side stall selling toys. Read the short & curt notice in the center of the display.


Click to enlarge. Translated in English it means, If any item is touched, Rs 10 will be charged (for non buyers & window shoppers) :) Only in Pune will you find this :D

For lot more of funny, weird pics & their stories, read them here:

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Bye.Tc. Have a great weekend & a productive week ahead :)

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Excerpt-The Road to Happiness

Hi Good day !

This is from the SimpleTruths website newsletter I get daily.

The Road to Happiness What will it take for you to be happy?

Benjamin Franklin pointed out that, "The U.S. Constitution doesn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up to it yourself." 


A lot of us pin our happiness to external factors...if only we had more money...or a better house...or whatever your latest "want" is, but your happiness has been...and always will be... right inside yourself.

That concept is liberating because it finally puts you in charge of your own happiness.
An excerpt from
The Road to Happiness by Mac Anderson and BJ Gallagher.

 When I travel on business, I like to talk to the taxi drivers who take me from the airport to my hotel, or to a convention center, or to a restaurant. Taxi drivers are often immigrants with interesting personal histories and unusual cultural backgrounds. I ask them how long they've been in America, how they chose which city to live in, and what they like best about where they live. Of course, I also ask them for advice on good local restaurants and any special attractions they'd recommend to a visitor.

I've had some great experiences on my travels, thanks to the advice of taxi drivers! On one trip about ten years ago, I was making conversation with the taxi driver, asking him my usual questions about how he came to live where he lived.

Then I asked him a hypothetical question: "If you could live anywhere in the world—and if money was no object—where would you live?"

Without hesitating even for a second, he replied, "I live in my heart. So it really doesn't matter where my body lives. If I am happy inside, then I live in paradise, no matter where my residence is."

 I felt humbled and a little foolish for my question. Of course he was right—happiness is an inside job. He had reminded me of something I already knew, but had forgotten. If you can't find happiness inside yourself, you'll never find it in the outside world, no matter where you move. Wherever you go, there you are. You take yourself with you. I am grateful for the wisdom of that taxi driver. And I'm grateful for all the wisdom others have shared with me about how to be happy.
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So people, like someone said Love yourself first to be able to love anyone else.

Have a great week ahead ! Love yourself, love each moment of your life :)

Bye. tc

Monday, July 30, 2012

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Hi Good day !
  Mahim, should be given the name- old automobiles & lovers paradise. Along every other lane or alley you will see some kind of vintage or unique automobile or bikes. There are cars, enfield bikes, bullet bikes,... around small garages or old houses.
  On an afternoon stroll spotted this one. Its a Mercedes-Benz 220D. I am no automobile expert to recognize the model & type. So please excuse if there are any mistakes. I would love to get more info about this, though.
 Check an earlier post about a unique scooter in Mahim Whats that pic-11




Mercedes-Benz is a multinational division of the German manufacturer Daimler AG. Its headquarters are in Germany.The name first appeared in 1926 under Daimler-Benz, widely regarded as the first automobile.

Look carefully, it says 220D with the distinctive Mercedes logo :)

Bright color for a sedan
I should make a series of Mahim related posts. Interesting, retro kinda of place it is.

If you would like to add to this info, Please post as comments.
Thank you in advance.

Bye. Tc. Have a fantastic week ahead ! :)

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