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Showing posts from January, 2018

How Lawn Tennis Helped Me To Keep Fit

  Well, this is in no way a new topic, but this is how I became successful in reducing my weight and keeping fit; just thought of sharing it. I don’t call myself a fitness freak or enthusiast but I used to do push ups since my school days, inspired by someone or something that I don’t even remember now. I was quite fit, but since last 10 years I started putting of a lot of weight. I once reached 70 KG I remember and that’s a lot of weight for my height (I’m in no way tall). I had probably put up that much weight due to nature of my work, no time for fitness regime, good food made by wife after marriage etc. When I realized that I’m over weight (if not obese) I started doing my olden day push ups. But they just made some of my muscles stronger with almost no affect on the weight. Then I joined a gym and religiously followed the instructions. I didn’t really see any changes and as per advices from my friends and colleagues I went to about 4 gyms in 3 years. Still benefits were not notic

Thinking Practically About Relationships

  When I say the entire world runs on the principle of ‘give and take’, many become emotional and oppose it. Some try to give some hollow arguments like it’s love that keeps people bonded, at least within families. I don’t disagree either, it’s love and other needs that also helps in keeping people together, but, if you don’t listen to them, they won’t listen to you either. Tell me just one relationship in the world where one just gives and other just takes?? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction applies here too. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not talking about any individuals, I’m talking about the roles that individuals play. While most parents are selfless, there could be some who are selfish too; same goes for all other relations. While they are primarily selfless as parents, they may be selfish in some other role, isn’t it? So, it’s not about individual, it’s about the roles rather. I think a mother is the only one in the world who is the closest to a giver who doesn’t want a