One of d best msg on corporate life: In the past few years,
1. I learnt to operate 3 critical machines * Scanner * Printer * Xerox Machine
2. I learnt to use 3 High End Software: * Microsoft Word * Microsoft Excel * Microsoft PowerPoint
3. I learnt to use 3 great short cuts:-* Ctrl+C * Ctrl+V * Ctrl+S
4. I learnt to say three very imp words for professional life:-* Yes sir * Ok sir. * I'll Just Do That sir
5. When I really wanted to quit, I learnt to: -* Wake Up early * Sleep late * Continue to Work
6. I learnt to: -* Face Monday * Fight For 5 Days * Wait For Friday
7. I learnt to give reasons to family frnds and relatives for not making * Phone Calls * Messages * Mails
8. I learnt to celebrate these things far away from loved ones:-* Birthday * New Year * Festivals
9. In last one year, People say:-* You Learnt... * You Earned... * You Enjoyed...
10. But when I compare me with my self... * I just Sustained... * I just Tolerated... * I just Survived... for bucks
11. I have survived:-* For convenience of my Family... * To avoid blame of Society... * To get tag of Employment...
12. When I already knew that I have got the wrong train. * I learnt to Rejoice... * To be Happy... * To Smile..
I learnt that corporate life and dreams can never meet.. Because when they meet, both will lose their meaning..
It is true that Kevin Carter won a Pulitzer Prize for his famous photograph. It is also true that Carter left the scene after taking the photograph without helping the child. However, it is too simplistic to suggest that he committed suicide as a direct result of his experience with this child as implied in the message. It is also unfair to judge his actions without having some understanding of the man's state of mine along with the terrible conditions in Sudan at the time the photograph was taken.
TASWEER WO SHAHKAAR THI LAAKHON MEI BIK GAI,
JIS MEI BAGAIR ROTI K BACHA PARESHAAN THA......
As sad as this is it makes you grateful and appreciative of the way we live and the things we have. It just proves no matter how bad things seem there is always someone suffering more than we will ever know.
Have a close look at both of the photographs & read the messages below them. Forwarding this message to as many people as you can won't fulfil a wish; nor deleting it will cause any misfortune; but its our moral duty to be concerned...towards humanity
" PULITZER PRIZE " winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan famine.
The picture depicts a famine stricken child crawling towards an United Nations food camp, located a kilometer away.
The vulture is waiting for the child to die so that it can eat it. This picture shocked the whole world. No one knows what happened to the child, including the photographer Kevin Carter who left the place as soon as the photograph was taken.
Three months later he committed suicide due to depression.
This was found in his diary,
Dear God, I promise I will never waste my food no matter how bad it can taste and how full I may be. I pray that He will protect this little boy, guide and deliver him away from his misery. I pray that we will be more sensitive towards the world around us and not be blinded by our own selfish nature and interests. I hope this picture will always serve as a reminder to us that how fortunate we are and that we must never ever take things for granted.