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Don’t smoke in the bed, the ashes which fall on the carpet may be yours.
Good luck is the meeting point of your alertness and thousands of opportunities passing by
I shall pass through this world but once. Any good thing that I can do or any kindness I can show to any human being, let me do it now and not defer it for I will not pass this way again.

Mother, I cannot forget the last drop of your affectionate tear rolling down your cheek for me. My heart is bleeding drop-by-drop, hour by hour. To whom shall I go to cry? With tears in my eyes I wish to become dust and dwell eternally under your feet.

My all thoughts and happiness are always with you. I am you, whom I love and you whom I love are i. His is the command and unto him, ye will be brought back.

Like snow upon the desert’s dusty face, lightening a little hour or two is gone.

Yesterday i saw The Recruit. Al Pacino starred in it in a negetive role and did it quite well. Well, the morale of the movie seemed to be "nothing is what it seems". It was a movie based on the CIA and the shrowd of secrecy it operates in. Sons, after they join "The Company" are not told about what their father did when they worked for the CIA and how he died.

Lately i've started looking for morale in every movie i watch and have also started hoping that the movie makers have some secret aim behind making these movies with morale, that they want to make the world a better place to live in and are trying to contribute in what ever way they can. Sometime back i saw a movie called "Behind Enemy Lines". Though it was a good movie, it was one movie in which i couldn't find much of a morale and just plain stupid patriotism and loyality by a commander towards his cadets. Maybe, loyalty was the morale of that movie but in my opinion they failed beautiful…