Thursday, April 5, 2012



   Techie reads it as World Wide Web/World Without Windows.
Sports people assumes it as World Wide Wrestling.
Etymology reads it as Word Within the Word.
Harry Potter Fans guess it as Weasley's Wizarding Wheezes.
What, when and Where in Chat language.

But here my WWW refers to What Women Wants :) 

Do you believe cheerfulness blooms out when our life partner gifts us a Diamond Necklace? :D 
Or when he requests the salesperson to pack the costliest outfit in the shop? :))
Or when he takes his partner to 7 days 8 nights Mauritius excursion?? /hmm


The real happiness lies when our life partner acts as a wiper when we cry. When they perceive the tears behind an artificial smile. When they hold our forehead during an unbearable headache!A call during work hours to check about lunch intake. A tiny sms stating he will be late to domicile (in case)

Was this an over expectation? If so, SORRY!!!

Even solutions can be discovered to complex Maths problems. But unable to hit-upon the reason how the same blunder/Circumstances when our life-partner does becomes correct and becomes a Big crime/Sin when we do?!

Monday, April 2, 2012

What is that?

Watch this touching video clip, which shows a conversation between a father and son.

Father and son are sitting on a bench. Suddenly a sparrow lands across them. The old Father asks son, “What is that?” to which the son replies “A Sparrow” and looks back into his newspaper. After sometime his father again asks him “What is that”. A little annoyed, son replies “I just told you father, its a sparrow”.
Then, the sparrow flies to the other side and sits there. The father repeats his question “what is that?”. This time, son replies “A sparrow father, a sparrow…s-p-a-r-r-o-w……” and when again the father repeats his question, son is filled with anger and says “Why are you doing this Father? How many times I told you its a sparrow!!!”

Father gets up and goes into the house to take his old dairy. He comes back and asks his son to read a passage from the dairy, which goes like this “Today my youngest son, who a few days ago turned three, was sitting with me at the park when a sparrow sat in front of us. My son asked me 21 times what it was and I answered all 21 times that it was a sparrow. I hugged him every single time he asked me the same question again and again without getting mad, feeling affection for my innocent little boy.”

This is really a good video. I couldn’t help crying after watching it. Really meaningful, if only people of today could learn of the patience of this loving father. Its sad to think that often we are so succumbed to impulse like the son in this video.
A simple, yet very meaningful, with the message very clearly put forward