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Motivational Thoughts-3

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Result of anything comes out from lot of days’ steady,continuous hard working. Never lose hope,continue your hard working.

Don’t waste your time thinking about mistakes but do remember the mistakes and learn the lessons from it. Every mistake carries some lessons.

Thank you for reading. Let us make a beautiful World together. God bless !

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QUOTE-“TOGETHER”

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Copyright © Tanusri Sen

Thank you for reading ! Let us make a beautiful World together ! God Bless this entire Universe !

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Spouses, learn to accommodate each other for happiness in marriage

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In marriage, you must learn to accommodate each other.

If you as husband and wife do not learn to accommodate each other, it will be difficult for you both.

Each of you has faults. You are bound to have differences. You must learn to get on well despite your differences and each other’s faults. Accept your spouse as he or she is. Bear in mind that it is not easy for an adult to change. Hence thinking that you can use anger or other coercive means to push your spouse to change may only create more trouble and leave both of you bitter and frustrated.

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The beauty of Christmas

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Take these flowers as a sign of my love and best wishes this Christmas.

May their beauty bring more beauty and joy to your gentle, lovely heart!

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The Moonlight: John Atkinson Grimshaw

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The “remarkable and imaginative painter” of Victorian Era who is best known for his somber moonlight upon urban landscapes and dockyards through leafless trees or cotton clouds expounded with pallid and augmented silhouettes, light and wet city streets.

Born in Park Street, Leeds on 6 September 1836 to Mary and David Grimshaw, John Atkinson Grimshaw began his working life as a clerk for the Great Northern Railway. It was during the time as a clerk he begun to explore his love for painting. In 1861, at the age of 24, to the dismay of his parents, he abandoned his job to endorse all his time to become a painter. In 1862, only a year later after he had left his job, Grimshaw had his first exhibition under the patronage of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, which was mostly paintings of birds, fruit and blossom focused on still life and…

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