I'm in mood Part-1

I just felt like sharing all this, I'm in mood today :)

Author: gsvirdi
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Date: 12/29/2010 10:30:45 AM
Subject: Re: Falling In Love Quotes
Message: Very nice quotes :)

I would like to make a small correction in one of ur quotes here:
"The worst thing a guy can do is; To make a girl Fall for him when he has no intention of loving her truly."

It's really sad to see that Indian culture is almost dead in youngsters now-a-days, everybody talks of luv, they all know the definition of luv, but... but... but nobody wants to accept the fact that luv demands your:
Unconditional affection,
Attending responsibilities, and
Being committed.

Commitments now-a-day are like a bunch of words, guys will say it just to get close to a gal. Nobody can ever imagine that luv is not at all physical, everybody talks of luv, feelings, emotions of happiness and pain in luv... but they all forget that there are many couples who appear to be eternally happy just bcoz they are in luv.

I'd like to give an example of this: A L&Ten bought a bike, can't afford too much still he can't go lower then Pulsar150 bcoz that bike is bought to show-off (or say attach attention).

One fine day as he was driving to office at the speed of 80.... Zooooooooom went a Yamaha FZ153 (can cross the speed of 120 in 8Sec).

I bet the guy will feel sad, very sad, then he will also accelerate and try to catch that guy. But that sadness will remain somewhere hidden in the heart that he does not possess the best bike in the market.

As expected that guy will not cry, nor he will try to sell this one to buy a better bike, then what will he do? U will agree that the guy will simply try to fool himself by reminding better things about his Pulsar150... on the same time he will try to ignore the fact that his bike is not the fastest one.

True???

Just one question: Why the hell that same guy will not luv his girl in the same way? He will always keep looking for better opportunities and finding a more beautiful one....

Dual standards of Youngsters.... I will again say Indian culture is dying in almost all youngsters now-a-days.

If u also decide to keep the culture and parental teachings alive... then just be Human, I agree nobody will give u Billions of $, nobody will put garland in ur neck, u may never come on TV for this, nor any newspaper will talk about u.

But that self-consciousness.... will always make u smile, happy, and content. Last but not the least.... I will always respect u, no matter wherever u are, no matter if I know u're good or not... I always will respect real "Humans" who are not like irresponsible animals.

Can u pledge to urself and help make our India beautiful... as beautiful as it was centuries ago. Can u keep the education and culture both alive inside ur mind and heart?

I'm trying... from past 10yrs... and I'm happy that I've always done better then what I did yesterday :)

PS: Plz excuse my spellings.....
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