|In this section, I am sharing wonderful
information that I have been receiving through email. I
that most of the information circulated through emails
have been reproduced from websites. Still, I am sharing
some of the information that are very good. I try to
search the net and find the origin of the information.
Though I have not been able to provide credits, thanks
to all the contributors.
|| An inventive Russian has figured out how
to turn plastic bottles into string, using
purely mechanical means. After "unraveling" a
single bottle he's left with what appear to be
several yards' worth of filament, which he then
uses to bind things together.
||Two mails re plants/trees not to be grown
around the house
The first mail said
The Goddess of fortune will flee away from
the resident of a house even though he is
leading a princely life - if the following
plants or trees grow in the periphery of such
& the second mail said
Instead of scaring people again in the name
of religion if you can give scientific
reason for not growing such trees it is
better. I have a logical scientific
explanation for a few of these tress not to be
grown in the house.
Read the mails
England-based artist Tony Plant has been
creating what he describes as ethereal work for
more than twenty years. He interacts with the
environment by painting rocks, making tracks
through the snow, and dying water, and he then
leaves the projects behind to be washed away and
erased back into nature. To create each drawing,
Plant spends hours on the coastline, using a
rake to form lines and circles in the sand. The
geometric designs do not last long, very quickly
getting washed away by the waves or walked
across by surfers and beach-goers. Each fleeting
artwork is a site-specific project that the
artist has no control over and he says, "I just
think of them as non-precious things. Some
people get confused about why I do it, when
there's nothing left after the tide has washed
everything away, but I just see it as a new
blank canvas for me to work with."
||Dr.Howard Steingeril, an american scientist,
collected Mantras, Hymns and invocations from
all over the world and tested their strength in
his Physiology Laboratory.. Hindus' Gayathri
Mantra produced 110,000 sound waves per
second.. This was the highest and was found to
be the most powerful hymn in the world. Though
the combination of sound or sound waves of a
particular frequency, the Mantra is claimed
capable of developing specific spritual
potentialities. The Hamburg university
initiated research into the efficacy of the
Gayathri Mantra both on the mental and pysical
plane of CREATION... The GAYATHRI MANTRA is
broadcast daily for 15 minutes from 7 P.M.
onwards over Radio Paramaribo, Surinam, South
America for the past two years, and in
Amsterdam, Holland for the last six months.
||"The FOUR blessed looks:"
1. Look back and thank God.
2. Look forward and trust God.
3. Look around and serve God.
4. Look within and find God!
I asked God, 'How do I get the best out of
God said, 'Face your past without regrets,
handle your present with confidence, and
prepare for the future without fear!'
Without God, our week is: Mournday, Tearsday,
Wasteday, Thirstday, Fightday, Shatterday and
So, allow Him to be with you every day!'
Life is short, so forgive quickly. Believe
slowly. Love truly. Laugh Uncontrollably.
Never regret anything that makes you happy.
Time is like a river. You cannot touch the
same water twice, because the flow that has
passed will never pass again.