Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.
by :-Norman Vincent Peale
In this video , a man who has no hands ;gives such a beautiful lesson that we must believe in our self. He talked about his life that when he was a child,his parents told him that although you are little bit different from others but it doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything. They told him that you can do everything whom anybody can do. There might be different ways of doing work but that doesn’t mean that you can’t achieve your goal .Just think positive and focus on your goal then nobody can’t stop to get success in your life
Do you want to be Indian super hero? Then watch this video and follow these real life heroes who paid only 10 rupees and become an example to others in our society. Come ahead and you also be an Ideal for our generation.
Pay only 10 rupees and become the next super hero of India, fight against corruption with RTI – Right To Information. How many of you know about RTI or ever used this powerful right against any thing wrong. We all Indians have the right to know about the working, process, status , functionality etc of Government and can oppose any thing which is not going in right way.
I still cry every night. I still walk in the door calling for you. I still call your phone. I still cant accept the fact that you both have gone. I’m staying strong, not because I want to, but because its all I have now. But if tears could bring you back Mom and Dad, I’d have enough to bring you back a thousand times.
This film is an account of three everyday stories from Mumbai which makes the city so exuberantly cosmopolitan, lucidly resourceful and a great equalizer of our various diversities. Source – Humara Movie
Here’s a Public Service Announcement you just can’t ignore, delivered by a community you just can’t ignore. In a unique initiative by the SeatBelt Crew, a group of transgenders delivered a lesson in safe driving that motorists will carry with them for the rest of their lives.
In India, a woman is sexually assaulted every three minutes and raped every 20 minutes. However, many Indian women are afraid to speak up, fearing retribution from the very same monsters who abused them, and harsh judgement from an insensitive society.
A recent short film by Pooja Batura that&rsquos making waves around the internet is telling them to do exactly the opposite. The film is simply titled &ldquoBol&rdquo and captures the different kinds of sexual abuse an Indian woman suffers from during her lifetime, from child abuse to work place harassment to marital rape. The message is clear and simple, “The more you talk, the less it will happen.”
Sometimes a simple 1 minute video has the potential to deliver a message that can resonate with millions. In our country which has seen a startling number of crimes against women, we could definitely do with more good samaritans. People who don’t respond with silence when they see something wrong take place. This simple short 1 min film shows exactly that.