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Stunning is the fact that a novel idea proposed by a person ordinary is initially not liked often by his or her friends any, but suddenly many of them like if the same or similar nature work is espoused or endorsed by a wealthy person of money. Isn't it cunning?


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The quality of a person’s life is the sum total of the character, good or not so good, of the people whom he has inspired and motivated, directly and indirectly, with his living standard and lifestyle.


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Philosophy is not to think deep, but simply speak life’s basics that arise, aware and awaken people who are knowingly or unknowingly in the state of sleep.


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A person speaks about his or her level of COMMON SENSE by showing the depth of reverence towards the kind of people whom he or she likes, but the width of his or her true intelligence is gauged correctly and only by one making in others life the real good difference.


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The worth of a rich and/or famous personality’s QUOTE is just the value that it fetches through LIKE vote or support on being shared online as a THOUGHT with its author shown as an unknown and/or a poor person and, most importantly and only, amongst the people not knowing its original source.


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Wondering as why it has been so far easy to rely more on a person who often says that the world is full of bad people than the people who regularly say that the world is full of good persons.


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The jokes are undeniably liked the most and always more than a sensible thought; so if an online post gets too much LIKE votes and/or shared easily by too many people quickly, then a prudent person can only decode as what it truly is by its nature and who they really are by their character.


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A website starts losing, openly or covertly, its credibility the moment it begins treating with equality in value the people of insensitivity with a person of reliability on its same page activity.


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The crux of the whole issue is that a person may accept someone’s view as the universal fact for own benefits and/or even reject the universal truth as somebody’s opinion if that doesn’t meet up to one’s selfish act.


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World is a land of consultants; ask none ADVICE and get many; ask their ACTION thereupon and get the same task turned down by many.


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There's definitely nothing wrong in having a lot of doubts, but having nothing to doubt a definitely wrong person by a lot of people is.


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The psychology shows that one can do GOOD things to the others, but not so much to make others look BETTER than oneself. So, a person who is being often liked by many or most people in his/her circle has to best and first understand their true intention behind admiration and adulation.


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If an ordinary person’s words have consistently good wisdom weight,then he may have to long wait before most people appreciate and rate him high; because almost all have mindset to often uplift heavy things later and light objects earlier and this has been in vogue or practice since time immemorial.


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A person’s THOUGHT that does not make most people think that the life is miserable, has not been thought really well.


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Wishing every person could see as how s/he appears to be to the people upon sharing their stuff on a social media, so that at least some of them do not dare to bluff others.


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A private organisation may not have sufficient apple or other essential ingredients in its monthly stock, but its top brass will only talk about individual’s performance pie i.e. achievement vs target of apple-pie sales in the meeting.


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People, who have known a person for many days but could never spot or appreciate his hidden talent in the first place, are likely to raise their suspicions on seeing him ever winning laurels in the life’s race.


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The kind of people a person gets in his or her network is only the net work done with his or her kindness.


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A man is at his best when he is simply not like the rest in all his life's test.

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