Monthly Archives: December 2012

Siblings Love

The Greatest use of life is to spend it for something useful–William James Hamdard Dawakhana is natural medicine manufacturer in Pakistan. The owner of the Hamdard Hakeem Saeed was also a philanthropist and publisher of only (in early 50’s and … Continue reading

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What is wrong with People

December 9/10, Severe weather warning during Sunday night and Monday morning in Southern Ontario. Rain, snow, icy condition. Like many days meteorologist were just creating panic. Morning was not as bad as predicted in Burlington. Just little damp, light shower, and dark … Continue reading

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Love for wealth…

Love for wealth and power has an inverse correlation with altruism, empathy, sympathy, and love for people.–Sam Zafar, Nov 18, 2012

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Quality (in Hos…

Quality (in Hospitality operations) is maintaining standards consistently.–Sam Zafar, Suburban Lodges of America, March 2000

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Watch for Pedestrians

Last Friday afternoon, was first snow of the season with wind. It is Difficult to walk in blowing snow with high wind. I had to go to downtown Burlington. I stopped at mandatory stop sign in northbound lane, to make … Continue reading

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The Best Advice I ever Got

My mother said “No one lives this life unscathed” and she was right. Scratch beneath a stranger’s surface and you’re likely to uncover professional setbacks, broken hearts, unspeakable loss, unfulfilled dreams, or worse. Everyone seems to be going but, God … Continue reading

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Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road

WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD? Plato: For the greater good. Karl Marx: It was a historical inevitability. Machiavelli: So that its subjects will view it with admiration, as a chicken which has the daring and courage to boldly … Continue reading

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