In our day to day activity everybody is running hard to achieve his dreams, what he want to be in hi life.
He forget his pain & emotions.
He always shows others that he is happy by a smiling and calm face.
A person who always keeps trying to fulfil his dreams, he never fails…
So always keep trying…
Today we are celebrating the festival of colours.Let’s play Holi.
Red for prosperity
Green for Happiness
Blue for Longitivity
Orange for Progress
Pink for Friendship
May you be blessed with all shades of colours of Holi.
An uneducated father with his educated son went on a camping trip. They set-up their tent and fell asleep.
Some hours later, the father woke up his son.
Father- Look up to the sky and tell me what you see.
Son- I see millions of stars.
Father- And what does that tell you?
Son- Astronomically, it tells that there are millions of galaxies and planets.
Father slaps the son hard and says- “Idiot, someone has stolen our tent”
Too much education can spoil our common sense. 😄😄
Imagine a world in which your medicine cabinet notices that you are due for a prescription refill and calls it in. A sensor implanted under your skin detects a fluid buildup in your lungs and alerts your doctor, who decides your heart medication needs an adjustment and contacts the pharmacist to change your dosage. Meanwhile, sensors in your toilet confirm that your body has adjusted well to your other medications but sees indications that you may be a borderline diabetic. Your doctor, given these readings and your family medical history, suggests that you change your diet. Noting that fact, your bathroom scale asks you to punch in a weight-loss goal and starts giving you a regular progress update. Your medical checkup isn’t an annual event—it happens every day, simply as you go about your daily life.
So that, Now a days everybody is looking for wireless technology. People now so much used to it. Even a patient who admitted in a hospital asks to the nurse of a hospital, that why don’t you have wireless treatment ? Why don’t you update ? He doesn’t care about his health.