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Buddha's Advice to Calm a Disturbed Mind


Once Buddha was walking from one town to another town with a few of his followers.. This was in the initial days. While they were traveling, they happened to pass a lake. They stopped there and Buddha told one of his disciples, "I am thirsty. Do get me some water from that lake there."

The disciple walked up to the lake. When he reached it, he noticed that right at that moment, a bullock cart started crossing through the lake. As a result, the water became very muddy, very turbid. The disciple thought, "How can I give this muddy water to Buddha to drink!"

So he came back and told Buddha, "The water in there is very muddy. I don't think it is fit to drink." After about half an hour, again Buddha asked the same disciple to go back to the lake and get him some water to drink. The disciple obediently went back to the lake.

This time too he found that the lake was muddy. He returned and informed Buddha about the same. After sometime, again Buddha asked the same disciple to go back. The disciple reached the lake to find the lake absolutely clean and clear with pure water in it. The mud had settled down and the water above it looked fit to be had. So he collected some water in a pot and brought it to Buddha.

Buddha looked at the water, and then he looked up at the disciple and said," See what you did to make the water clean. You let it be.... and the mud settled down on its own - and you got clear water. Your mind is also like that! When it is disturbed, just let it be. Give it a little time. It will settle down on its own. You don't have to put in any effort to calm it down. It will happen. It is effortless.

More Interesting Facts:


At the age of 24, I was a Bus Conductor" - Rajnikanth....

"I didn't even complete my University Education" - Bill Gates....

"I was the one who served in Hotels" - Oberoi....

"At my childhood days, I Stitched Shoes" - Abraham Lincoln....

"I worked in a Petrol Pump" - Dhirubhai Ambani....

"I Failed in the 10th Standard" - Sachin Tendulkar....

"Education Drop-Out & initially a Keyboard Player" - A. R. Rahman....

"I used to serve Tea at a Shop to support my Football Training" - Lionel

Life is not about what u couldn't do so far, its about WHAT YOU STILL CAN.

Who was The Laughing Buddha?


Every one must have seen the statue of "Laughing Buddha". He is also called as the "Happy Man".

In actuality he was named Hotei or Pu-Tai is best known as the jolly Laughing Buddha.In China, he is known as the Loving or Friendly One.He is based on an eccentric Chinese Ch'an (Zen) monk who lived over 1,000 years ago and has become a significant part of Buddhist and Shinto culture because of this monk's benevolent nature, he came to be regarded as an incarnation of the bodhisattva who will be Maitreya (the Future Buddha). His large protruding stomach and jolly smile have given him the common designation "Laughing Buddha". 

He was truly a great zen master and legend has a great story which is so inspirational for all of us.

The jolly good saint that he was used to go from one place to the other. He went to the Town Square and soon people gathered around him. He was so funny looking and always smiling that people used to crowd around him.

He would then distribute sweets and small toys to all children who had gathered around him. Then keep his bag down, look to the sky and just start laughing. He used to laugh madly and he was not interested whether other laughed or not. Soon his laughter used to be contagious and all who had gathered would start to laugh.

The whole town used to laugh and laugh. After sometime he would pick the bag, which he had kept down, smile to all, and go to the next town. All his life he did only this action and it was said that many people attained Nirvana, enlightenment just through this process. Hence he was called as the laughing Buddha because Buddha is someone who is enlightened and laughter was his unique method. Never before him or never after him such a simple aspect was used to achieve what all humans strive for-moksha or enlightenment.

He would rarely speak and once when he was asked to describe his method he told, that he gave sweets to children to symbolically that the more you give, the more comes to you. Thereby he unveiled the secret of "Giving with joy". Children are said to be GOD because they represent the GOD Nature, which is always, be in Present time, smiling and joyful, ego less, and most important is without judge mental mind.

The bag represented problems that all humans encounter. We are mistaken that when we have problems, that GOD only gave you a problem and the rest are so happy. The problems appear big because we are associated with it- calling it as "My Problem". Look at a funny phenomenon, if anyone comes to you with any problem of theirs and seek solutions or advice, what you do. You tell them so many solutions so easily as though you are an expert in all the fields in the Universe. However big the others problems are you can solve it so easily, you are a master solver of problems. But then what happens to your own problems. Hmm Hmm it is impossible to find any solution.

This happens only because of your attachment and association with the problem. So laughing Buddha said, simple keep your problem down (symbolically keeping the bag down) means "Disassociate with your Problem", "Separate form it" and yes just Laugh. What else can one do? Think and thank GOD that you only have such a small problem as compared to so many others. Whether you laugh or cry the problem is going to be there right. So why not laugh at it. Therein is the magic and mind you no small magic, it is huge, apply it to realize about the power of laughter.

On laughing your whole internal chemistry changes and thereby the body produces certain enzymes that are only released in a state of laughter. The problem now looks too tiny and as you pick it (symbolically he picks back the bag before going to the next place) the problem is solved.

Such a great zen master was Hotei or Laughing Buddha. So next time you look at the statue of "laughing Buddha" associate with that great teaching he gave all of us, the power of laughter. Each time you see the Laughing Buddha and if it reminds you to laugh, a great work has been done.

Whole life Hotei lived in Laughter. And when the time came to pass away, he knew he had to give up his life at an appropriate time. He called his disciples and said that after he passes away, they should immediately burn his body. The disciples were surprised because there was no tradition of burning in Zen. But they followed the master wishes. And as they lit fire to his body, "Fire Works and Crackers" started flying all over.

Hotei was so great that just before he died he hid a lot of crackers and rockets in his clothes.So there also he created such laughter by the suddenness of the situation.So Hotei not only lived in laughter all through his life, he also died in laughter.

Let us all learn from the great zen master that "It is our birth right to laugh" and "No matter what happens we should come back to laughter".

Interesting facts around the World


  • The moon actually has mirrors on it. They were left there by astronauts who wanted to bounce laser beams off them, so that the distance to the moon can be measured.
  • The most abundant metal in the Earth's crust is aluminum.
  • The most collect calls are made on father's day.
  • The most common blood type in the world is Type O. The rarest, Type A-H, has been found in less than a dozen people since the type was discovered.
  • The most common disease in the world is tooth - decay.
  • The most common injury in bowling is a sore thumb.
  • The most common street name in the United States is Second Street. First Street isn't first because many times the designation is replaced with the name Main Street.
  • The most expensive book or manuscript ever sold at an auction was The Codex Hammer, a notebook belonging to Leonardo da Vinci. It sold for $30.8 million.
  • The most expensive movie memorabilia ever sold at an auction was Clark Gable's Academy Award for It Happened One Night. It sold for$607,500 on December 15, 1996.
  • The most expensive painting ever sold at auction was Portrait of Dr. Gachet by Vincent van Gogh. On May 15, 1990, Ryoei Saito paid $75 million for it. He followed up that spending spree by paying the second-highest price ever, $71 million for Au Moulin de la Galette by PierreAuguste Renoir, just two days later.

Lakshmi Mittal, Luxury Homes


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Billionaire Lakshmi Mittal, recently on the outskirts of London, a £ 30 million (about Rs 220 crore.) Eco-friendly mansion in Surrey, announced plans to build. Modern house so 'green' the entire 340-acre property is negative, as reported by HT Carbon is touted to be.
It will cost Mittal richest man in Europe - millions of people for indoor / outdoor swimming pool, croquet lawn, a basement art gallery and an environmentally sound home that will be heated by a large biomass fuel boilers and solar panels with 10-bedroom mansion,making.
Mittal's house but it only made the news. His real estate property portfolio consists of several notes:

1. Scotland's most expensive home

In January, this year, we told you that was to build a luxury home in Scotland Mittal. Mittal down a £ 4 million to its new home, about 15 million pounds (about Rs.109 crore) worth of property that Scotland's most expensive house is moved. Mittal's mansion in one of the most elite neighborhoods, close to the Gleneagles golf course in Perthshire county.This luxury villa, six bedrooms and two kitchens. Wallpaper and furniture are from Ralph Lauren Home Collection. Wooden floors and tiles have been brought from Germany for a super-luxe bathroom may be worth 80,000 pounds (about Rs 58 lakh.) Estimates.

2. Billionaire Homes

Line is the billionaire Mittal bought his first super-luxury home, aka Kensington Palace Gardens in 2004 pounds (about Rs 400 crore) from Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone to 57million. Known as the Taj Mittal, the world's most expensive private home appraisal today with 250 million pounds, said. Mansion mine that supplied the Taj Mahal is the use of imported marble. It has 12 bedrooms, a Turkish bath, a large ballroom, a rare bejeweled swimming pool, an oak paneled picture gallery, and has parking for 20 cars.

3. Britain's most expensive home

In 2008, Mittal went £ 117million (Rs 800 crore approx.) For a comfortably furnished property 6 Palace Greens, who was also an important art collection is purchased, the UK's most expensive time to buy property. This four-story house has five bedrooms and an extensive servants quarter SUITES. It was built in the early 1900s red brick and Portland stone, and +13,000 sqft measures which he gifted his son Aditya Mittal.

4. Billionaire property on line 3

A few months after buying Britain's most expensive house, No. 9 Palace Greens, who formerly Filipino embassy Vanisha Mittal Mittal for his daughter and 70 million pounds (about Rs 500 million) expenses.

5. A house in Delhi

In 2005, Mittal $ 7.5 million (about Rs. 31 million.) For the exclusive neighborhood of New Delhi in a colonial bungalow, No 22, Aurangzeb Road, the other millionaire bought the Birla family, as as well as the military likes.

Indonesia also reportedly billionaire homes in Trinidad, bringing the total number to eight.

How you want to wait for BUS, Part 2


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Amazing Wedding Cards


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How you want to wait for BUS...?



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15 feet Monster Crocodile


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