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Unclassified Intelligence

27 Aug 2013


 


“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.”
― Mother Teresa


  





07 May 2013



“Humor is almost always anger with its make-up on.” ― Stephen King, Bag of Bones







22 April 2013




“With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose.” ― Wayne W. Dyer



21 April 2013







“We all owe death a life.” ― Salman Rushdie, Midnight's Children



20 April 2013




“We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.” ― Carlos Castaneda







19 April 2013


“Critics should find meaningful work.” ― John Grisham





18 April 2013



“We can never know what to want, because, living only one life, we can neither compare it with our previous lives nor perfect it in our lives to come.” ― Milan Kundera


17 April 2013




“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” ― Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

Comments

sarath said…
Can you please tell me what is this "Unclassified Intelligence"?
Anu Lal said…
"Unclassified Intelligence" is the Intelligence that is no longer locked among persons or intricate and verbose tomes in the libraries of arrogant universities. This is my humble attempt to take the light of wisdom around, wherever I can.

I hope that helped, my dear friend!

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