Species :- Bookworm

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Kingdom: Animalia

Height: Ranges between 5″ – 6″.

Build: Thin and easily vulnerable to any kind of attack. Delicate species so please handle with care.

Weight: Since they are thin, it ranges from 30-60 kg.

Identification Marks: Easy to recognize as they wear thick glasses. Evolution haven’t affected their eyesight which should have improved by adaptation. When not wearing glasses, can be identified by dark circles around eyes.

Class: Always full attendance. Normally sits in front row.

Color: Varies. Becomes Pink or faint Red when in contact with the member of opposite sex.

Location: Other than class they can be found in the nearest library or their favorite food center which is often called “The Book Store”. Now due to the advancement in technology they are also found in front of Computer eating virtual version of their food called e-books.

Living area: Their living area is often called as Lab or Library. Typically you’ll find it filled with their favorite food (The books…).

Characteristics: Highly emotional and totally unsocial. They don’t speak much and lack one of the beautiful characteristics of their major species called smile. But if they take part in any social activity they become the cause of humor. Their dressing sense is “horrible” as termed by the major species. Clothes are loose and always go against the trend. Their wardrobe is filled of books rather than clothes.

If found, please try to socialize them.
Issued in public interest by International Bookworm Society.

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The Power of Gas

The long awaited dream of man to fly comes true. Man always under-estimated the power of gas. Someday he had to realize that power. that day is here. Three cheers to technology.

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Tongue Is Faster Than Mind

Human body is an unsolved mystery as it is formed of some mysterious parts. More importantly there is lot of variety in these parts and hence everyone is unique person. Even the identical twins are not identical. Each of them are unique. There is at least one part which doesn’t turn out to be similar.

Just like our eyes, nose, ears, skin the fifth part which aids in our knowledge is our tongue. Without this we want be able to speak. We want be able to taste. Just eating doesn’t help. When you get pleasure of eating, it doubles effectiveness of whatever you are eating. There won’t be any hotels and restaurants if tongue doesn’t function the way it is now. Thanks to the evolution.

Get the F*** out of here you son of a bi**h. Surprised!!! Every good thing has it’s bad points as well. So does our tongue. It helps you to taste the best things in the world. That surely relives you and makes you happy. It keeps you away from the bad taste. Before you take anything inside it passes through the tongue. That’s because tongue knows what’s good and what’s bad. It warns you if you are about to intake junk. What do you do? You ignore it’s warning let that junk be a part of yourself.

The result shows up on your tongue. You spit out some rubbish like what I said a few lines back. Especially when you are angry. Anger is a condition in which the tongue works faster than the mind. Till you realize what you have said, It’s already late. Arrow is released and you can stop it. I cannot force, I cannot preach you to control your anger. Instead I’ll point you to Giraffe. A normal Giraffe has a 18-20 inches long tongue. What he uses it for? To pick up leaves from the thorny trees. What we do?

Don’t ask for a longer tongue. Then you won’t be human.
Till you have a tongue…
Think Nonsense…

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Judgement and Experience

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“Good judgment comes from experience & often experience comes from bad judgment”

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What Does Your Instinct Say?

Whatever we do and whatever we don’t, It’s our decisions which paint the picture of our future. Decisions are often very difficult. There are times when you are unable to decide. There are times when you have to take a quick decision. No time to think and there is no situation like “unable to decide“. In such situation, humans have mysterious and spontaneous reactions to the situation. We call it our instinct. Someone inside you (Not in your clothes) guides you to mark a way ahead. Your role is to listen to this “Someone” inside.

Very often we listen to what others say. Parents excluded because hardly any child listen to their parents. If you do, then your parents are lucky. So the “others” include your friends mostly who themselves are in a situation where they cannot take any decision. But they influence you to take yours. The results of this…. No guessing needed.

Why don’t you listen to the inner self? The instincts which always guide you to a safe path for the journey. Take example of childrens. While studying, they know what they are capable of. But if the parents are Lawyers, Doctors, Engineers then often they want their childrens to be the same. They don’t give a chance to their child to express himself. You don’t listen to them, but you are forced to. As I said earlier we have instincts which guide us. We don’t need anyone else to decide about us. Good instincts usually tell you what to do long before your head has figured it out.

It’s your life, It’s your destiny and not theirs. This doesn’t mean that ignore everyone else and do whatever you want. Listen to them but don’t let your decision fluctuate as you get advice one after another. The final decision should be yours and it should be influenced by your instinct.

Remember, Your mind knows only some things. Your inner voice, your instinct, knows everything. If you listen to what you know instinctively, it will always lead you down the right path.

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