Everyday we get up from bed in a hope of a new light
Everyday we scuffle to make things right
We hope for a new day to come
Increasing our workrate to get out of this scum
The day has past and the night makes it’s way
Death is the only tax which is given to all of us to pay
Citylights has been flooding all over the sky
Into what is untrue and makes our life a lie
We’re just doing what’s in our range
So stop preaching the words because nothing’s gonna change
We say that we’re free and we have some rules
The world has turned in an asylum by all the fools
The earth isn’t existing by problems that we deny
It is breathing till now just by our lie
We like each other only to be stabbed by a knife
We live is not a free but a WIRED LIFE
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
Raisina Hill, often used as a metonym for the seat of the Government of India, is an area of Lutyens’ Delhi, New Delhi, housing India’s most important government buildings, including Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the President of India and the Secretariat building housing the Prime Minister‘s Office and several other important ministries. It is surrounded by other important buildings and structures, including the Parliament of India, Rajpath and India Gate.
In 1911 to transfer the capital of British India from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi, a planning committee was formed, and a site 3 miles (5 km) south of the existing city of Delhi, around Raisina Hill, was chosen for the new administrative centre. A well-drained, healthy area between the Delhi Ridge and the Yamuna River, it provided ample room for expansion.
The Raisina Dialogue
The Raisina Dialogue is an annual conference held in New Delhi, envisioned to be India’s flagship conference of geopolitics and geo-economics.
“We create our own demons”, this quote is one of the truest ever said or heard on the planet. We start with something pure and exciting. But then our ego and mistakes play their parts. Love and hate. Love becomes hate when it is twisted and filled with obsession, betrayal and redemption. Sometimes, we do things, terrible things, in the name of love, which is only the excuse that we made to justify our behavior.
We often put our downfall and unsatisfactiom on the shoulders of others (ex. Our parents) but why don’t we take the blame ourselves. Our pointless blamings, hopes and expectations to others are as useless as “ueue” in “queue“
It would rather be an inspiration rather than a fiendish. To do good is effortless but doing the opposite requires conscious exertion of pain, of trouble.”
We often hear the disputes and confusion surrounding the difference between a wizard and a sorcerer. Many gamers, explorers, fiction lovers and people from different fields are always debating a part of their minds to find out the most ‘BASIC’ difference between the two. So here’s my thought about the most basic difference between a wizard and a sorcerer :
Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters whereas Wizards learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation
1.The term wizard is a term derived from the Anglo-Saxon (Old English) term “wysard,” which means “the wise one.” They are often depicted as beings that do a formal study about spells for them to be able to cast them. While, The term “sorcerer,” by contrast, is of Old French origin “sorcier” which also means the same thing as its other counterpart.
2.Sorcerers are said to be more inherently adept to magic and are considered as natural spell casters.
3.Wizards learn their craft and spells from long hours of studying and meditation.
4.Wizards are often pictured as old magicians with long beards while sorcerers are usually more youthful than the wizards.
5.Based on some popular fantasy games, wizards rely so much on their spell books for them to create magic unlike sorcerers who can cast such out of thin air.
Did you ever heard the famous Bollywood actor Salman Khan’s dialogue saying “never underestimate three things in life, I, me and myself”. Well I didn’t know what was the point of selling the dialogue in an action fight situation but it just hitted my brain today and I thought why not write about it ?
We all know life is finite and too short to waste it on focusing on someone else’s stipulations. I always liked Tony Stark (RDJ in iron man) because he’s a man living for himself, helping others on his conditions (even USA). That’s why I always liked this tendency of living for solely ‘you’ and not living a double faced life because in that way it’ll not help you or even your loved ones.
Tomorrow never comes, that’s why I say we should focus on improving and enjoying our present more than dwelling in the sadness of the past (dwelling in happiness is good) or concerning about the coming future. We should do what we want if it’s right and not harming anyone and not giving regards what anyone else want to see us doing because the LEGEND Michael Phelps has said “if you find a job you love, you don’t have to work even a single day of your life” and that’s true, IT’S DAMN TRUE ! They can take away your all but they can’t take you from yourself
We only live once so we should add life to days not days to life !!
In October 1981, Maurice Fleuret became Director of Music and Dance at minister of cultural Jack Lang’s request, and applied his reflections to the musical practice and its evolution: “the music everywhere and the concert nowhere”. When he discovered, in a 1982 study on the cultural habits of the French, that five million people, one child out of two, played a musical instrument, he began to dream of a way to bring people out on the streets. It first took place in 1982 in Paris as the Fête de la Musique.
Ever since, the festival has become an international phenomenon, celebrated on the same day in more than 700 cities in 120 countries, including China, India, Germany, Italy, Greece, Russia, Australia, Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Canada, the United States, and Japan.
Fête de la Musique’s purpose is to promote music in two ways:
- Amateur and professional musicians are encouraged to perform in the streets, under the slogan “Faites de la musique” (“make music”, a homophone of Fête de la Musique).
- Many free concerts are organized, making all genres of music accessible to the public. Two of the caveats to being sanctioned by the official Fête de la Musique organization in Paris are that all concerts must be free to the public, and all performers donate their time for free. This is true of most participating cities, now, as well.
Despite there being a large tolerance about the performance of music by the general public of amateurs in public areas after usual hours, the noise restrictions still apply, and can cause some establishments to be forbidden to open and broadcast music out of their doors without prior authorization. So the prefectures of police in France can still forbid them to install any audio hardware in the street