Day with a Difference – 14-Feb-12

Quote of the day

Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. -Arnold Schwarzenegger

Thought of the day – If you Think you have Failed

What is failure to a person depends on their thoughts. Many successful people are familiar with failure as they take them on as lessons to be learned in one’s life. You will not know success if you don’t know what failure is. The failure you faced are experience for you so that you can learn from each lessons that life is trying to teach you and it broadens your knowledge and each step of failure will mold you into a better and successful person.

The next time that you think that you have failed and feel like giving up, then think of Abraham Lincoln.

Age 21: Failed in business
Age 22: Defeated in a legislative race
Age 24: Failed again in business
Age 26: Overcame the death of his sweetheart
Age 27: Had a nervous breakdown
Age 34: Lost a congressional race
Age 45: Lost a senatorial race
Age 47: Failed in an effort to become vice-president
Age 49: Lost another senatorial race
Age 52: Elected the President of the United States

The real FAILURE are those people that GIVE UP.

Word of the day

“Paradox” – Logical statement(s) that lead to a contradiction which defies logic or reason. Two statements, where both can never be true but actually they are.

Example of paradox: A barber shaves all and only those men who do not shave themselves. Does he shave himself?

Joke of the day

TEACHER : Jo, how do you spell "crocodile?"
JOHN : K-R-O-K-O-D-A-I-L"
TEACHER : No, that’s wrong
JOHN : Maybe it’s wrong, but you asked me how I spell it!

Have a great day!

Warm Regards,

Prasanna

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Day with a Difference – 14-Feb-12

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