Mayawati Didi, Varun Baba, And The Murtikaran Of Uttar Pradesh

Sunday, May 23, 2010

You might be aware of the fact that my Didi Mayawati Kumari has spent Rs 2,600 crores on the much-hyped statue project of installing, amongst others, her own statues in the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. All over the world, people have hailed it as an unprecedented event, saying that no other living person has ever done this before. Didi is obviously an extraordinary visionary who has successfully concretized her visions. In the spirit of a true leader, she has given herself back to the society. See how elegant she looks with one hand raised, symbolizing power, and the other hand holding a shoulder bag, representing wealth. I luv my Didi. xoxoxo.

Education, Education, And Education

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Education, Education, and Education
Education is a cause that has grown very close to my heart. I want to do so much for it. My passion surfaced a few months ago when I read that some people, after they had eaten in golden plates, vacationed at exotic locales, invested in shares, gold, property, etc., joined causes to help the underprivileged.

Here I was, without any money, but never short of ideas, itching to do charity in the manner of the above privileged lot. I diligently hunted for a cause, and zeroed in on education, thinking that it would make me look rich and intellectual at the same time, like a combination of Paris Hilton and Arundhati Roy.

Then, I ransacked my brain for a solution to spread education. After discarding half a dozen ideas, I settled on this three-step plan:

My Mommy Is The Best

Saturday, May 8, 2010

My Mommy is the Best!
East or West, my mommy is the best.
She cooks the yummiest food,
And always serves me first,
But gives me a thappad if I don’t finish it all.

East or West, my mommy is the best.
She makes me read and write,
And helps me with my homework,
But gives me a thappad if I ever get a B.

East or West, my mommy is the best.
She takes me to the dance class,
And tells me I'm a prodigy,
But gives me a thappad if I don’t dance for her weird friends.

Endless Itching, Mindless Scratch: 7 Quantum Keys To Life

Monday, May 3, 2010

The Essential Philosophy of Happiness
Endless Itching, Mindless Scratch: 7 Quantum Keys To Life (The Essential Philosophy of Happiness)

Product Details:
Hardcover: 420 pages
Publisher: Givine Center for Well Being of Mind, Body and Soul
Genre: Nonfiction, Self Improvement
Author: Dr. Tea Pakora (M.A.D.)
Language: English
Buy now: $17.95 $00.02

Book Review: Dr. Tea Pakora states in the introduction to his book that before he became a best-selling author, he was himself a great self-help seeker.