Reading between the lines above, Lord Krishna’s theory of ‘Karma’, as it is referred to in modern day jargon, dignified actions not by consequence but by performance.
Usually, this attitude appears pretty cute and cool. After all, who
wants our young people to be subservient, low self-esteemed and
unconfident? That’s so damn boring! We want our guys to be bubbling
with passion and the ‘can do’ spirit.
“I can’t see any way out of this, Shweta. The gallery just isn’t bringing in enough to keep us afloat.” Jenice plopped into the leather arm chair opposite the great maple desk. Her employer’s normally sparkling blue eyes now looked more like a pond reflecting stormy clouds.
A thoughtless comment, unintentional, but it was hurtful like so many she had been offered since the accident. Running her hand through her short dark hair, her fingers found the scar on her scalp.
Akshat Saxena in Guinness Records for Most Fingers and ToesAs most parents, the child’s mom Amrita Saxena was just happy to have a healthy baby. Akshat Saxena is her first child. The mom said, “I was so happy to see my baby as it was our first child. But later, when I saw his fingers, I was shocked and surprised.”
Now, the point is why can’t the premier, private/semi-government/government institutes and universities that accept CAT, XAT, MAT, SNAP, etc scores have a centralised process?
“I’ve to refurbish the interiors of John & King gallery in West London next week. The firm will recommend my name for lifetime-membership of Royal Society of Architects if they like my work,” Bashrat would say.
First you have to understand that they are two different search engines. The first one which is called Gothic Google Goth has many variations, it can be the regular site but only with darkest theme or it can actually bring you some weird results from the dark side of life, which is much cooler and surprising. Mystery Google Seeker will give you the last results that the person looked for before you used it
The house I lived in as a child was vast and airy and though it faced the main road we were blissfully unaffected by it because of a row of trees acting as a divider. The breeze was always a degree cooler and every change of season offered a new view to relish.