Monday, April 25, 2011

Surah Ar-Rahman with English Translation

Reciter: Mishaaree bin Raashid Al-'Afaasee / Mishary Al-Afasy.

Surat ar-Rahman (Arabic: سورة الرحمن) is the 55th Surah of the Qur'an with 78 ayat. It has the refrain: "Then which of the favours of your Lord will ye deny?"

Ar-Rahman is often regarded as the 'beauty of the Quran', in accordance with a hadith: Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud reported that the Prophet Muhammad said, "Everything has an adornment, and the adornment of the Qur'an is Surah ar Rahman" [Bayhaqi in Shuab al Eiman]

The main theme of the Surah is giving manifestation and fruits to the attribution of Allah's mercy and grace, which is evident right from the beginning, till the very end.

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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Internal Job Opportunities for employees in Band E1/E2/E3/E4

by mail from Burganudeen AbdulRazack, Tidel Park - Chennai to me
Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 7:30 PM
Subject: Internal Job Opportunities for employees in Band E1/E2/E3/E4

by mail from Burganudeen AbdulRazack, Tidel Park - Chennai to me

Everyone likes something new. So will you.

Doesn’t it feel nice to unwrap a gift, or unravel a new challenge? We know it does,
 and that is why we are giving you this unique opportunity. We are looking for
skilled professionals with a passion to explore new horizons. If you feel you
have what it takes, please go through the criteria and send in your resumes to us.

Please check attached document for more details.

Program Management (Band: E2 / E3)

Role: Deputy Manager/Manager | Qualification: MBA

Servers and Storage (Band: E1 / E2)

Role: Lead Engineer/TL (Developer) | Qualification: B.E./B.TECH

TRW Automotive (Band: E1)

Role: SE/Lead Engineer | Qualification:
 B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT/ MBA.

Software Engineer ( C#, ASP.NET ) (Band: E1)

Role: SE | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Sr. Software Engineer ( C#, ASP.NET ) (Band: E1/E2)

Role: SSE/Lead Engineer | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Automation Quality Software Engineer (Band: E1)

Role: SE | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Sr. Automation Quality Software Engineer (Band: E1 / E2)

Role: SSE/Lead Engineer | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Quality Software Engineer (Band: E1)

Role: SE/TESTER | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Subject Matter Expert (Band: E2 / E3)

Role: Lead / Tech Lead | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

SAP HR (Band: E2)

Role: Lead / Tech Lead | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

Information Architecture (Band: E3)

Role: Architect / Sr. Architect | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech

ISV & VPP (Band: E1)

Role: Developer | Qualification: BE/B. Tech/MCA

Java Lead for Retail (Band: E2)         

Role: PL/TL | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT/ MBA.

Sharepoint Developer/Lead for Retail (Band: E1/E2)

Role: LE/PL/TL | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT/ MBA.

Test lead (Onsite) for Retail (Band: E2)   

Role: PL/TL | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT

.NET for TESCO Bangalore (Band: E1 / E2)

Role: SSE / Lead Engineer | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

Project Manager for TESCO Bangalore (Band: E3)

Role: Project Manager/Senior Project Manager  |
Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

DBA for TESCO Bangalore (Band: E2)

Role: Project Manager/Senior Project Manager  |
 Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

SSIC for TESCO Bangalore (Band: E3)

Role: Project Manager/Senior Project Manager  |
Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

Configuration Manager for TESCO Bangalore (Band: E2/ E3)

Role: Technical Lead/SCM |
Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

Onsite SQL Server lead for Retail (Band: E2)

Role: Project Manager/Senior Project Manager  |
Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

SQL Server lead Developers for Retail (Band: E2)

Role: Project Manager/Senior Project Manager  |
 Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

Head – Sales effectiveness (Band: E4)

Role: AGM | Qualification: MBA

Covance (Band: E1/ E2)

Role: Lead Engineer/ Technical Lead |
Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech./GNIIT

Healthcare Pharma (Band: E2)

Role: TL  | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT/ MBA.

MS Access Profile USA – Boeing

Role: Developer  | Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech.

Business Development Global Delivery Centre – EBI (Band: E1/ E2/ E3)

Role: Presales/BSG/BMG |  Qualification: B.E., MBA

Quest Diagnostics (Band:E2)

Role: Developer  |
 Qualification: B. E./ B. Tech., M.E./ M. Tech / GNIIT/ MBA.

Windows 7 – 64 bit Code Porting Project (Band:E2)

Role: Senior Technical Engineer | 
Qualification: B.E/B. Tech/Post Graduate

System setup, OS, Networking and SW Licensing (Band: E1/E2)
Role: Lead Engineer/Technical Lead/Senior Technical Lead | 
Qualification: Diploma/B.E/B.Tech./Post Graduate

Last date to apply: Friday, April 29, 2011

Please Note:

§  Please apply only to the respective email IDs mentioned
in the document for each position, mentioning the position applying
 for in the subject line.

§  Eligibility as per IJP criteria. Please take approval from
your ODE SPOC/RM in case you are not eligible for applying.

§  Position(s) open for HCL employees only.

We will get in touch with the shortlisted candidates.

Team HR

For internal circulation only : Internal Communication

Internal Job Opportunities for employees in Band E1/E2/E3/E4/E5

by mail from Burganudeen AbdulRazack, Tidel Park - Chennai

Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2011 7:13 PM
Subject: Internal Job Opportunities for employees in Band E1/E2/E3/E4/E5

The possibilities are limitless at HCL, and here’s one more to add to that list.
 If you are looking at a new challenge to keep you on your toes, look no further. We have a host of exciting opportunities within HCL; go through them, and if you feel you fit the bill, send in your CVs.

Please refer to the attached document for more details

CRM Consultants (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: CRM Consultant Technology: .Net,, SSRS, SQL, OOPS concepts
Microsoft Axapta (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: SE / Lead Engineer/PL Technology: X++, MorphX, Dynamics AX -Axapta 4.0, AX 2009, SQL
CRM Testers (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: CRM Tester Technology: Net,, SSRS, SQL, OOPS concepts.
C++ / SQL Server Resource (Band: E2)
Role: PL/TL Technology: C++ / SQL Server / VB
Large Automotive Customer (Band: E4 / E5)
Role: SPM/GPM/AGM Technology: Java application development, Agile methodologies
Sydney Water Corporation (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: SSE / Technical Lead Technology: ASP (Classic), SQL Server 2008
Allscripts (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: Test Engineer / Lead Test Engineer/ SE/ PL/ APM/ BA  Technology: C#, WinForms , VB.Net, ADO.NET and .Net framework
Program Managers and C#, .NET with Silver light Opening with YAHOO (Band: E1 / E3)
Role: Program Manager / Lead Technology: C#, .Net/  Silverlight
Leads & Tech Leads (Band: E1 / E2 / E3)
Role: SE / Lead Engineer/ Tech lead  Technology: C#, Silverlight, ASP.NET, MS SQL Server/ sharepoint/ C/ Unix/
Sr. Course Developers / Technical Writers – Progress Software (Band: E1 / E2 / E3 / E4)
Role: Sr. Course Developers/ Sr. and Principal Technical Writer  Technology: MS-Office Suite and Adobe Captivate
TRW Automotive (Band: E1)
Role: SSE / Lead Engineer Technology: Drupal, PHP, XML
Quest Diagnostics (Band: E1 / E2)
Role: SE / Lead Engineer / Technical Lead Technology: Java, J2EE, Struts 1.2 / 2.0, AJAX, XML, Hibernate, Spring, Web Services.
Project Manager For Long Term Onsite Technical Coordination in Denmark (Band: E3)
Role: Project / Technical Manager | Technology: Embedded Software

Last date to apply: Friday, April 22, 2011

Please Note:
§  Please apply only to the respective email IDs mentioned in the document for each position, mentioning the position applying for in the subject line.
§  Eligibility as per IJP criteria. Please take approval from your ODE SPOC/RM in case you are not eligible for applying.
§  Position(s) open for HCL employees only.
 We will get in touch with the shortlisted candidates.
 Team HR

Thursday, April 21, 2011


Honor and Respect of Muslim Women in Islam - Yusuf Estes Part 1/2
Islam is a verb meaning: Surrender (your will to Allah), Submit, Obey, Sincerity, and 'salam' or peace. Islam gives freedom in chioce to believe or not to believe. It says in the Qur'an 2:256 "There is no compulsion in religion." And the accusations which say 'Islam was spread by the sword' it is a rather silly accusation. As explained, Islam requires people to submit willfully to the Creator of the Heavens and the Earth, not to any King, country, or to any race.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

10 Ways to Control your Dreams

Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. The content and purpose of dreams are not yet understood, though they have been a topic of speculation and interest throughout recorded history. The scientific study of dreams is known as oneirology. Throughout history, people have sought meaning in dreams or divination through dreams. Dreams have also been described physiologically as a response to neural processes during sleep; psychologically as reflections of the subconscious; and spiritually as messages from gods, the deceased, predictions of the future, or from the Soul. Many cultures practice dream incubation with the intention of cultivating dreams that are prophetic or contain messages from the divine. Recent studies indicate that dreams could be controlled by a learning response. Just imagine that for an instant. It looks feels and sounds exactly the same as ‘normal’ reality, except that you know that it isn’t. You know that you are perfectly safe; you cannot die or get injured, that is Lucid Dreaming. There are no normal rules and regulations about what you get up to! It is truly your own ‘Individual Virtual Reality’, with a depth of realism far beyond the most sophisticated computer imitation. Let’s see how.

10. Motivation & Set the Intention

Lucid Dreaming is the ability to have vivid self-awareness while dreaming. On entering this scientifically proven state of heightened consciousness, you can experience and control your dreams with surprising richness and intensity. Imagine waking up in your dreams with the ability to do anything, meet anyone, go anywhere… and all in vivid detail with your five senses fully alive. It is an exhilarating experience where all your dreams vividly come true. Everybody has the capacity to learn how to have lucid dreams – it just takes motivation and practice. The more skilled you become at meditation and entering altered states of awareness on demand, the easier it is to go lucid at will. And once you make the decision to become conscious in your dreams, it has the potential to completely change your relationship with your inner self forever.

9. Your Sleep Posture and Relaxation

Close your eyes and lie on your back. Take three deep breaths in and out. Feel your body sinking into the bed, and let go of all the tension in your muscles. Enjoy the feeling of relaxation, and focus on your intention to control your dreams. Allow any thoughts to pass you by, without interacting with them. Keep your body totally relaxed and still. Repeat over in your mind: “One. The next scene will be a dream. Two. The next scene will be a dream. Three…” etc. This will set your intention and keep your mind alert while your body slowly drifts back to sleep.
You can have more success with certain sleep postures over others. Best would be the common fetal position (on side, with knees and elbows tucked in) as well as flat on back. It can be strange to be walking around in a lucid dream one moment, then lying curled up in bed the next. Sometimes you even wake yourself up because you’ve moved your arm in the lucid dream and accidentally triggered real life arm to move and hit the bed. This can be disorienting and cause a sudden shift in awareness from one body to the next, but if you stay still and close  eyes again, you can often return to the same lucid dream from the exact same place you left off.

8. Spontaneous Lucidity

Until you have your first lucid dream, the whole concept may seem too elusive, causing people to give up before they’ve begun. So I thought it would be helpful to define exactly how to enter the lucid dream state. This is the most common kind of lucid dream in beginners. In fact, your first lucid dream was probably caused by spontaneously lucidity. This occurs when you suddenly realize “I’m dreaming!” for no apparent reason. Or perhaps your dream became so strange that your conscious self awareness kicked in. Spontaneous lucidity relies mostly on luck. However, by increasing your self awareness during the day time you can train yourself to recognize the dream state better, and thereby learn how to become lucid in dreams with ease. Through regular meditation and lucid dreaming, you can become a lot more self aware. This helps to recognize the dream state even when it is mimicking real life, because you can pick up on more subtler clues.

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Friday, April 15, 2011

AHA Issues Congenital Heart Disease Guidelines CME/CE

  1. At what age does the ACC-AHA recommend transition of care for adolescents with CHD? 
    Answer: 12 years
    The recent "ACC/AHA Guidelines on the Management of Adults with Congenital Heart Disease" recommend that the transition process start at age 12 years to prepare the patient for transfer to adult care. The timing should be guided by emotional development and maturity level, the adolescent should be engaged to share fears and concerns, and the pediatric cardiologist should work with the adolescent on the plan.
  2. Which of the following factors is least likely to be considered high risk for a patient with CHD preparing for noncardiac surgery?
    Answer: Prosthetic valve
    High-risk patients include those with pulmonary hypertension, cyanotic CHD, New York Heart Association class III or IV, severe ventricular dysfunction with an ejection fraction of less than 35%, and severe left-sided heart obstructive lesion. Moderate-risk patients include those with a prosthetic valve, intracardiac shunt, moderate left-sided heart obstructive lesion, and moderate left ventricular dysfunction.
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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Damascus "The eye of the whole east"

The eye of the whole east"

"The silent gardens blurred green with river mist, in whose setting shimmered the city, beautiful as ever, like a pearl in the morning sun"T.E. Lawrence
Damascus is known to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. There is firm evidence that in the third millennium BC, Damascus was a population center of a civilization that was considerably prosperous and economically influential. The earliest reference to the city was found in the archaeological site of Ebla in 1975; where the word "Damaski" was found on one of the clay tablets. Some historians believe that the city actually dates back to the seventh millennium BC.
Controversial explanations have been made to guess the etymological origin of the name of the Syrian capital city. Some hold that “damashaq” means the fast-moving camel and the name was given because the building of the city was completed swiftly.   Others believe it was named after Damashaq the great grandson of Sam son of Noah,   who built the city.
 Still others presume that the Romans called it “Dumuskus” which means the double musk.   Or perhaps the name was taken from Hermes son in Greek mythology   that came over to Syria. In Aramean the name might have been derived from Dermask   or dersauk as (E deim) means land and (mask) means (red) in Syrian.
 Whatever the etymological origin of the word, Damascus remains, as ever "the eye of the whole east" as the Roman Julianus described the greatness of the city.
 Under the Roman it was a chief town, and later the fortress of Bilad-Al-Sham, and the passage to Mecca, the pavilion of all Muslims and God’s paradise on earth have never seen anything so extensive as its orchard, as good as its fruits and so plentiful as its water.
It is said the water is so abundant that  a fountain can be found in every house.
 Some historical sources say that the name of Damashaq (Damascus) is  derived from the Aramaic word (dam shaq) which means a town built on  the rock where the blood of Mash, the fourth son of Aram Bin Sam Bin Noah,  flowed soon after a heavy blow by his brother Aws deeply cut Mash’s head.  The fight between the two brothers broke out when they could not come into  agreement on the name of the new town, some historians had different illustrations  with regard to the name of (Dimashaq).
The old city of Damascus still preserves its graphical and historical aspects,   the high wall, which protects the old city of Damascus, is crystal clear until today.
Geographically, Damascus is situated in the southwestern corner of Syria. It is built at the foot of a buttress of the Anti-Lebanon, Mount Kassioun, and at the border of a fertile plain, the Ghouta. It is situated just a two-hour drive away from the Lebanese capital Beirut and the Jordanian border, and about the same from the temporary Israeli border at the Golan Heights. The villages of Maaloula and Seidnaya are less than an hour away, and so is the Mosque of Al Sayidah Zeinab.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

My message

My message

 Today, i just want to forward an important message to Muslims who want to settle in FRANCE. Unfortunately, i was born and grow in FRANCE. In this country, we can observed with the time that Muslims are not really welcome. Few months ago, the french government forbidden the wearing of the niqab(cover the full face).
              Next year, they prepared a second banning of the bhurka ...
       If they do that, they will probably forbidden the wearing of the Hijab !!!!! 

         Everyday, in my prayers i asked to ALLAH(swt) : "settle me as soon as possible in INDIA ". Why INDIA : there is all my family, we can practise ISLAM without problem...  Wear bhurka and cover our face face without problem.
The big changement on me :

_ I'm always cool ( i can be angry very very rarely)
_ 100% happy
_ Feel more better
_ Become more modest
_ Even if doctors don't know what i have (knee problem wich no one saw it before), I don't take it serious, i just think : "ALLAH(swt) know the best for us ...

           Just try to read the QURAN and pray regularly you will see the changement yourself : you will be cool, tolerant, etc. Then you will thank ALLAH(swt) for this changement !!!!

         Something in your life will make trust on ISLAM, and something else will make you strong on your faith(ISLAM)

Insha'allah i'm going to try to wear the bhurka ...
Yours M.Shameena

Read more : Me and Islam as a western girl !!(my true story) 

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Pomegranate Juice Reduces Inflammation, Tissue Damage and Infections, Study Suggests

Pomegranates are rich in vitamins B and C, and many other antioxidants. Pomegranate juice has three times the amount of polyphenols than are found in green tea. These polyphenols are antioxidants that have been proven to protect against cancer, heart disease and lower blood pressure. A new study now suggests that the pomegranate can ward off a number of complications in kidney disease patients on dialysis, including reduced inflammation and other complications associated with kidney disease, according to a paper being presented at the American Society of Nephrology's 43rd Annual Meeting and Scientific Exposition in Denver, CO.

Quit blaming Ulema and start to write your own destiny

By Abdul Hannan Siwani Nadvi for
As the age of research work, quality education and divine power that had been empowering Muslims to face the challenges of every era moved out from them all over the world, another tendency has grown very rapidly among Muslims. It is the tendency to push the blame on the Ulema, holding them accountable for every failure, pointing fingers towards some specific Islamic laws, declaring the syllabus being taught in Madrasas and religious institutions as outdated and terming Madrasas as a symbol of old age – which is seen especially in the Muslim community in India.
The Sachar Commission report makes the air clear about Madrasas - the percentage of Muslims who approach Madrasas for education is only 4, even the financial condition of Madrasas, teachers and students who study there is not much better. As it is known to all Muslims, Madrasas, except for some, have no good infrastructure due to very bad financial conditions as they are run solely by donations from Muslims. In such an atmosphere, is it just to expect the 4% to solve all the problems of Muslims, the problems being plenty?
Laziness, dullness, distancing themselves from hard work, selecting short-cut ways to make money, wasting time in watching films and TV programs, or taking part in unnecessary works and making themselves busy in nonsense subjects, or trying to get awards and fame by making comments against the Ulema – indeed all these paved the way for majority of Muslims to put the Ulema on target so that the latter can cover their failure and no one would blame them for the deteriorating situation of Muslims in India.
Pushing the blame on Ulema and pointing the finger towards Madrasas is a very easy task, but conceding our own faults and mistakes is very hard work for most of us. Do we forget what our behavior with the Ulema and Madrasas are? How do the Madrasa people get donations and how do they collect it from every Muslim so that they can arrange a free education to poor Muslims in Madrasas?
Is collecting donations an easy work? When the representatives of Madrasas knock the doors of Muslim homes and ask some donation for Madrasas, during the month of Ramzan or in normal days, what do most of us do? Why do we misbehave with them? Why do we treat them as if they were beggars? Even my own personal experience is very harsh; very few people treat them with respect and dignity, most of us close the door before them, some of us make excuses. Some of us ask them to come after two hours and when the representatives come after two hours, they are said there is nobody in the home and asked to come the next day. When these representatives come again, we do not open the door, or they are told from the window to go away and never to come. Some of us tell them we are against Madrasas, hence we will not give any donation. And if some agree to pay the donation, they give just 10 rupees or 5 rupees or 20 or 30 rupees. And these representatives of Madrasas, despite this misbehavior, go from door to door, room to room, house to house, knock every door to collect 5 or 10 or 20 or 50 rupees. Some of us drive them off, some of us use abusive language against them, some advise them to leave the Madrasas, some of us say to them “you cheat the people” but no one asks them, ‘please come in my home, have a tea, have some cold water’, or ‘please have lunch with us today or tomorrow’. Most of us throw hundreds of questions on them for giving just 10 or 20 rupees, such as ‘where are you from?’ ‘Who are you?’ ‘Give details of the madrasa,’ etc. And at last, unwillingly, grudgingly and resentfully we agree to give a mere 10 or 20 rupees; while thousands rupees are being spent in purchasing an item just because our children like it.

Students of a Delhi madrasa.

Power of Influencing Others and Gaining their Confidence

"Invite (all) to the Way of thy Lord with wisdom and beautiful preaching; ….
My interest in this topic has taken many years.  I have been looking in books of psychology and psychoanalysis for the effective ways to influence others positively. Who is not of us who does not deal with others and wish to leave a good effect on them? And who of us who does not wish to gain the trust of those around him and give a positive impression of his character?  But what is the way to achieve that?
My brothers in Allah! I have found several techniques that man can use in his daily life and during his dealings with community. He will influence others positively and gain not only their confidence but their love.  These techniques were introduced by Dale Carnegie, the most famous American writer and who was considered to be the best writer of the past century. He introduced these techniques as a result of tests conducted for more than thirty years.
What drew my attention was that what the writer introduced was exactly what the Quran had introduced!!  He says in his book "How to Win Friends and Influence People":
The First Way: Avoid Arguments
The best way to win others and influence them is to avoid arguments! Try to shorten talk to the minimal possible, because arguments weaken trust and thus the power of your influence on others wanes.

Saturday, April 2, 2011


(please click the earth image to see more about universe)


There was a young man who went overseas to study for a quite a long time.  When he returned, he asked his parents to find him a religious scholar or any expert who could answer his 3 Questions.  Finally, his parents were able to find a Muslim scholar.

Young Man:
Who are you? Can you answer my Questions?
I am one of Allah’s (SWT) slaves and Insha Allah (God Willing), I will be able to answer your Questions.
Young Man:
Are you sure? A lot of Professors and experts were not able to answer my questions.
I will try my best, with the help of Allah (Subhanahu Wata’ala).

Young Man Says:

I have 3 Questions:
Question # 1
Does God Exist? 
If so, show me his shape

Friday, April 1, 2011

Book of LIFE.....

You  are about to open  –

Are  we Obsessed with acquiring…



Prestige  ???

 When  we die,

all  our Money, Power, Property…

All  Possessions pass on…

To  belong to somebody else  !

 What  remains ?

In  the sands of time  …

Not  much !

 Only memories remain,

in the minds  of those people

that we have  helped !

 What  would you wish to  leave behind you …?

Beautiful  remembrances

of  happy times !  

Pages  you wish you could  tear out forever...?  

 Today  you have been given  a grand opportunity

To  re-write with a fresh  sheet –

Make  your own script ...

It’s  up to you to choose  the colors –

Even  in adversity, you can  add soft pastels of  serenity....

 If  you knew you had  only one more day  to live –

How  would you use this  precious time ???

 Would  you now be able  to appreciate the golden  rays of the sun…  the gentle breeze?

–  a page that you will treasure.

 Enjoy  this new day ! 

–  Take inventory of all the good things in your life

Live each hour with cheer.

 Love  and affection for the  special people in your  life

– all the things you never did

before  it’s too late …

 People  we sometimes take for  granted

– tell them how you feel !

Offer  a helping hand…

 Live  each day, as if  there was no tomorrow  !

Be  Happy

Give  Thanks




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