Monday, 9 April 2012


How far has the human race progress, as a result of the many great men who have come and gone? 

Many discoveries which have uplifted us; some have brought us pain and sorrow others happiness. As we look down the corridors of time, many things have become visible.  

What is the measure of the man? Does circumstances and time shape him? Or does he shape time through his situation? What will our existence reveal to our world about us? What contributions have we made to our world? Whose lives have we touched? What were the results of that encounter?

If you had been given the privilege to retrace your footprints where would they take you? What would you do differently? Here we find the hidden quotes from many a feet that have walked this earth, many an action that have changed the course of our lives. Many a decision that has cavil a path of destruction and many a way that has led to freedom.

May we experience the thrill and passion for life, that others have felt as they journey this path of life. May we read of their experience slowly and carefully, may it envelop us, and lead us to strive for excellence. Only then will we experience their passion, their hope, and dreams. In these we find aspirations, hope and the fulfilment of many dreams.

Here we find opening lines of famous speeches that have touched many lives….
"Here I stand " Martin Luther -- only you alone will determine your destiny...
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of  Happiness." ---
"Keep this fast in your hearts." ---
“Give me liberty or give me death.”
"Everyday Life marks a new era. Giving way to the last hopes of Mankind." 
"When the hour has struck, revealing the wind of change;"  "Equal and exact justice to all men."   
"Faith and justice towards all Nations;" 
We only pass this way but once, may we find the reason why we were created, in order to fulfil our mission in this life and experience the glorious experience of the life to come.

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