Friday, November 1, 2013

Happy & Precious Diwali 2013 Best Wishes…

Diwali the festival of lights is arguably India’s biggest religious celebration. The Sanskrit word for it, Deepavali, translates into ‘row of lights’. Light symbolizes hope. House, Offices School and entire country are decorated with candles, earthen lamps and fairy lights on this auspicious moonless night. This is the one unifying facet of Diwali across regions. Diwali to the full extent is to celebrate it with your loved ones. It is the best way to forget all your troubles and problems for the time being. It helps in refreshing relations and giving everybody another chance. Overall, the five days of festival are a source of enjoyment for everyone. It is for this very reason that people try to express their love and feelings for each other by sending e-greeting cards to their loved ones.

It is a celebration time and people across the world are busy in enjoying festivals. On this Diwali, you might be getting many gifts and lots of sweets. It is actually time to dance, enjoy and celebrate. On this festival, I also like to give a small gift to you. A gift of self believes a gift to believe in the Power of Your Dreams.

A winner is neither made nor finished in one try this holds true except under one circumstance. That is as long as we don't give up or never try. I am reminded of situation after situation where persistence has won out. My friend, there is no rule that says we have to already be an expert before moving towards our dreams. Life will show us the way towards achievement if we only allow ourselves to remain focused on that which we want to see manifest in our lives. Believe in the power of your dreams even if no one else does because when you make them a reality it won't matter who doubted you.

If you think you are beaten you are;
If you think you dare not, you don't;
If you want to win but think you can't;
It's almost a cinch you won't.
If you think you'll lose you're lost;
For out of the world we find Success begins with a fellow's will;
It's all in a state of mind.
Life's battles don't always go to the stronger and faster man, but sooner or later the man who wins is the man who thinks he can.

On this note, I like to wish you are your family a very happy, fun-filled and love-filled Diwali. Let these celebrations continue day after day...year-after-year. Let there be,

Many reasons in your life to celebrate.
Many moment of joy
Many reasons to smile and laugh
Many occasion of success and victory
Lots of happiness
Lots of love from people around you and particularly from those who are "special to you", "important to you" and are part of your life.

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