Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Vintage Time Tag

hello everyone 
today i have this vintage tag to share with u guys ......

i have a series to tags that i am gonna share soon so this is #1st one

 here are a few pictures 


 This is also the first project for AWAM-" Art With A Meaning" series that i have planned so share.... when ever i make something there is usually a message behind it ....  though i am lazy and dont like writing a lot nor do i have a gift of gab but still will be sharing my thought behind my work






Thought of the Day - (general thought about time)  Now is the time or the time is now.... i believe in living every moment in life and doing what makes me happy.... it really annoys me when i hear people say " i dont have time".... so here is a short story i wanna share that once my teacher told me ....


One day, a professor , conducted an experiment called the jar of rocks.
From under the table that stood between the professor and the listeners, the professor pulled out a big glass jar and gently placed it in front of him. Next, he pulled out from under the table a bag of stones, each the size of a tennis ball, and placed the stones one by one in the jar. He did so until there was no room to add another stone in the jar. Lifting his gaze to the students, the professor asked, “Is the jar full?” The students replied, “Yes”.
The professor paused for a moment, and replied, “Really?”
Once again, he reached under the table and pulled out a bag full of pebbles. Carefully, the professor poured the pebbles in and slightly rattled the jar, allowing the pebbles to slip through the larger stones, until they settled at the bottom. Again, the professor lifted his gaze to his audience and asked, “Is the jar full?”
The students again replied, “Yes”. Now pulling out a bag of sand from under the table. Cautiously, the professor poured the sand into the jar. The sand filled up the spaces between the stones and the pebbles.

So in life we always have time to fit things that actually MATTER to us in .... basically we should stop giving excuse and pretending to be busy because if something matters to us and holds any importance in our life we will always manage our time for it .... and another lesson from this story is that the biggest stone in life are our family, health, goal, in other important things in life and the pebbles and sand are stuff that are lesser important to us... so we should fill our jar with the stones first or at the end there would be no space left for it... 
so we should not postpone sting to a latter day or time and also manage our time well

Challenges 




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