The Self looks like the world. But this is just an illusion. The Self is everywhere. One. Still. Free. Perfect. The witness of all things, Awareness Without action, clinging or desire.
- Ashtavakra Gita 1:12
His attachments, his homes, can't be found. Through knowing he is unperplexed, has attained the plunge into deathlessness: he's what I call a brahmin. He has gone beyond attachment here for both merit & evil— sorrowless, dustless, & pure: he's what I call a brahmin.
- Dhammapada 411-412, translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Our society is obsessed with sex – it’s too taboo to openly talk about, yet everyone has questions and curiosities. This manner of thinking leads to people coming to their own conclusions, and believing what they’re told without even the ability to ask someone who has the proper knowledge. There exist so many myths and misconceptions about every facet of human sexuality, it would be impossible to compile them all in one place. So let’s start with ten commonly believed links to the size of a man’s genitalia.
This is probably one of the most common methods people try to use to judge the measure of a man. Foot fetishism may play a role in the persistence of this belief, or it may just be the fact that shoe size is one of the most obvious personal measurements everyone knows offhand. Women (and men) come up with convoluted equations in an attempt to find a link between the size of a guy’s feet and the length of his penis. You can divide by 3, in half, or take away as many inches as you like, but in the end you’re no closer to solving the mystery. It’s only a myth, so don’t hang around Foot Locker looking for a pick-up.
Large shopping malls provide a one-stop shopping for anything imaginable. Our list of largest malls in the world is based on the amount of “Gross Leasable Area”.
This is the number of squar feet the property has for revenue-generating activities like retail, dining and amusements. The building boom in Asia, where land is cheap and labor costs are low has produced the largest shopping malls. Only two shopping malls on this list are located outside Asia.
चमनलाल एक स्कूल में इंग्लिश टीचर था . वो बच्चो को क्लास में पढ़ा रहा था
चमनलाल : "बोलो बच्चों गधा "
बच्चे जोर से बोले : "गधा "
चमनलाल : "बोलो बच्चों गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा "
बच्चे जोर से : "गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा "
चमनलाल : "बोलो बच्चों गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं "
बच्चे जोर से : "गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं "
चमनलाल : "बोलो बच्चों गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं और मेरे पीछे सारा देश "
बच्चे जोर : "गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं और मेरे पीछे सारा देश "
तभी स्कूल में छापा पड़ गया और शिक्षा विभाग के इंस्पेक्टर ये सुन लिया और प्रिंसिपल के पास जा कर सफाई मांगी की चमनलाल क्या पढाता है बच्चों को :- गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं और मेरे पीछे सारा देश .
प्रिन्सिप्ल shocked, क्यूंकि चमनलाल इंग्लिश पढ़ाने में मशहूर था . वो जल्दी से चमनलाल की क्लास में गया .
प्रिंसिपल : " चमनलाल जी क्या nonsense पड़ा रहे हो बच्चों को " गधा , गधे के पीछे गधा , गधे के पीछे मैं और मेरे पीछे सारा देश ".
चमनलाल : "ये तो में बच्चों को ASSASSINATION. का मतलब बता रहा था ( ASS ASS I NATION)
Around the world in amazing ways: The stunning pictures that capture life from every corner of our globe shortlisted for prestigious photography award
From beautiful wildlife shots to moving real life portraits, photographers submit the very best of their work
Competition is open to anyone, amateur or professional, and there is still a week left until the deadline for entries
Winners share a $30,000 (£19,000) prize and see their work displayed at London's Somerset House gallery
Roaming elephants, an Ethiopian tribal woman wearing a kaleidoscope of colour and a preening flamingo are just some of the stunning pictures submitted to a prestigious photography awards this year.
From brilliant shots of nature in her element to moving real-life portraits, amateur and professional photographers have sent in their very best work in the hope of winning the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards - and the $30,000 (£19,000) top prize.
But it's not too late to enter. The judges are keen that nobody should miss out on the chance to win, although there only a week to go until the deadline.
Elephants on parade: Amateur photographer Daniela White got up close and personal with this group of very curious young wild Asian elephants
एक लड़की महंगा परफ्यूम लगा कर लिफ्ट में आई। ...और जुगाड़ी बाबा को देखकर बोली- कोबरा परफ्यूम, 6000 रुपए। दूसरी लड़की आई और वह भी जुगाड़ी बाबा कोदेखकर बोली- ब्रूट परफ्यूम 7000 रुपए। अचानक लिफ्ट रुक गई। दोनों लड़कियों ने अपनी-अपनी नाक पकड़ कर बाबा को देखने लगीं। बाबा ने मुस्कुराते हुए कहा- मूली, 15 रुपए किलो !!!!!!!!!!!
Can you spot the 'invisible animal'? Incredible images show nature's disappearing act when predators are near
These animals are trying their utmost to fool predators by blending into landscapes all over the world
They were taken by photographer Art Wolfe over a period of 35 years, for his work 'Vanishing Act'
Whether they are hunters or the hunted, these cunning animals are all masters of disguise who can fool even the most beady-eyed passer by into believing they are not there.
Some hide under lily pads, some dissolve into the bark of a tree while others slip seamlessly into the snow, either to hide from a hungry predator or silently stalk an unwitting prey.
But the one thing from which they cannot hide is the all-seeing camera lens of photographer Art Wolfe.
He has spent over 35 years roaming the deserts of Africa, the rainforests of South America, the mountains of the United States and snow plains of Canada to capture wildlife at its most invisible.
It's white in front of you! A willow ptarmigan in winter plumage, hidden on a brushy slope near Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. The animals are trying their utmost to fool predators but that's not enough to deceive international photographer Art Wolfe
All those who take refuge in me, whatever their birth, race, sex, or caste, will attain the supreme goal; this realization can be attained even by those whom society scorns. Kings and sages too seek this goal with devotion. Therefore, having been born in this transient and forlorn world, give all your love to me.
- Bhagavad Gita
Subhuti asked: "You say, Honored One, that a follower of the way does not need to build up goodness and happiness. Why is that?" The Buddha replied: "Subhuti, a true follower will express goodness and happiness but will not be caught up in the concepts of goodness and happiness. Thats why I say that he does not need to build up goodness and happiness, which would only be concept traps, for goodness and happiness will be there without any idea of them."