THE GREATEST GIFT

The greatest gift we can receive is to have the chance, just once in our lives, to make a difference

– Stephen Strange

© Marvel’s Doctor Strange

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The one lovely blog award

Hello guys it’s Abhinnshyam and I’m very much delighted to announce I’ve been nominated for my third blog award, the ‘One lovely blog award’ by my dear blogging friend Nishtha Shukla. Thank you so much dear.

I hope I deserve

Rules :

  • Mention and thank the blogger who nominated you and link their blog.
  • Add the One Lovely Blog Award to your post.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Pass this on to as many people as you can (max 15).
  • Include this set of rules.
  • Inform your nominees.

7 facts about me :

  • I’m a sportsman and a sports fanatic
  • I love WWE and football
  • I’ve some egoism in me
  • I’ve a great presence of mind
  • I’m a fan of Harry Potter
  • I’m a experienced musician
  • I love doing all things ‘technology’

Here are my nominations :

I hope I deserve it. Bye bye

Mental visualisation

One of the most overlooked yet the most profound aspect which can determine our success is our mental visualisation. The fact is that when ever we are to embark on a new venture, we often find ourselves obsessively visualizing the outcome. We are too fixated on mentally enjoying the fruits of our labour that we hardly ever let our thoughts fall on the actual labour itself.

What most people don’t realize is that even mentally devouring the fruits of our future achievements actually tricks our subconscious mind and even our body’s physiology. One of the major reasons seemingly intelligent people procrastinate is due to their vivid visualisations of success.

” Many of us visualise success ( or failure or both!) – even if we don’t realise it or believe in the practice. Unfortunately, many of us visualise sucees in a way that can actually lead to procrastination rather than help us to work towards our goals”

The Ganga !! Some facts about the sea goddess

The River Ganges or Ganga is perhaps the holiest river in any religion. Though equally polluted, it bears immense significance to the Hindus. Ganga originates from the Gangotri glacier at Gaumukh in the Indian Himalayas at 4,100 meters above sea level, and flows 2,525 km across northern India before meeting the Bay of Bengal in the east India and Bangladesh. As a river, the Ganga contributes to more than 25 per cent of India’s total water resources.

Besides being a sacred river, Ganga is also worshiped as a deity in Hinduism and respectfully referred to as ‘Gangaji’ or ‘Ganga Maiya’ (Mother Ganga).
The various myths associated with Ganga and staunch Hindu beliefs associated with the river sanctify it as a goddess. Hindus view goddess Ganga as a fair complexioned beautiful woman wearing a white crown with a water lily and a water pot in her hands, and riding her pet crocodile.

Kun Faya Kun

Kun Faya Kun Meaning: The origin is from the arabic words “Kun” which means “to be” or “to exist” & “Faya Kun” means “it is”. So the literal translation of Kun Faya Kun is “Be ,and it is”. The word is not only Arabic but if you do a translation of “be, and it is” in hindi, you’ll get the same “kun Faya Kun” in response. 

Kun Faya Kun is one of the rare songs that had me totally floored from the first moment I heard it. Easily one of AR Rehman’s and Irshad Kamli’s finest works, the beauty of the song is not just in the words or the music but in the complete conceptualization.

The meaning of this song is that God is always there in the world for us. When there’s nothing with us, he was there (जब कहीं पे कुछ नहीं भी नहीं था, वही था ।)

And the god is in all of us but is unknown and inscrutable (वो जो तुझमे समाया, वो जो मुझमे समाया, वही वही माया।)

This song is not for any religion or god, it’s just for that invisible and invincible being that’s present in every second of our life and activities

The special one : Jose Mourinho’s tactical Analysis

As football is concerned, I’m not a certified expert or a coach but I love the game and always look for playing and studying it. So I’ve watched many matches of this manager named Jose Mourinho, who, in my opinion, is the best manager in the world after sir Alex Ferguson and Zinedine Zidane. This man Mourinho just have the tactics like a gamer of FIFA 17 like me. Here are some points that’ll help you understanding this manager tactical life from its Internazionale’s trio to its present reign in Manchester united. 

Never have a back 3 – if you watch the lineup of the team under ‘ the special one’ you’ll come to know that the Portuguese never uses a formation which consists of three defenders instead of two centre backs and two full backs. Whether it’s Chelsea, real Madrid, Manchester united or even Inter Milan (where there’s a default tradition of having a back three), he always have a four man defense line. And keep my bet, he always get success (ex. A treble with inter). I think Mourinho really adapts the FIFA 17 video game in real life

Having some OTG musketeers – well to be honest I didn’t know what to headline this part so I gave it the title. Let me explain. Jose Mourinho always have some players in his mind who he always gets for the team wherever he goes. I mean when he was in Chelsea he had Nemanja Matic and Romelu Lukaku. Then after few years of coaching when he got to Manchester united, he brought these two players just because he and them have an understanding which can only be possessed by a certain blend of manager and players, even if not the best in the world. This is a strategy I always used in career mode

Substitute after an hour – you can’t just force Jose Mourinho to have a substitution before 60+ mins if there’s no injury occured. Well, this is a strategy I’ve been using for long in FIFA 17 the video game. It has a very good use. After an hour, the opposition defenders and midfielders get tired and fatigued and bringing some Pacey (even with poor technique) forwards, wingers and midfielders is always a plus point if you want to snap some goals from the opposition. As it was showed in the 2017-18 premier league season’s match between Manchester united and Swansea city, he brought on three players (two midfielder and one forward) because he knew to make a scoreline from 1-0 to 4-0, you need to have some fresh and Pacey legs.

Happiness : the real meaning

The day when you realise that life isn’t about proving somebody wrong, it’s about getting together and making it right. Never to blame anybody and never to get away from a fight is what leads to a real “life”. The people you know and the people you like, to make them happy and to share their moments of both happiness and misery, makes one’s life truly immortalized. 

As vision in the Avengers said “something isn’t beautiful because it lasts forever”. The Ultron wanted to tell the humans the immortalization is not what someone really needs to remain in the hearts of his known ones. 

Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you