ajay srivastava

Rookie (28/08/1964 / new delhi)

On The Dot


Fly high in the sky.
Floating along with wind.
Totally aware of destination.
Birds are flying in a bid to catch target.

Each one of us want to reach of on top.
Thinking and dreaming moving like electric current
Few among us really work hard & follow practical principle.
This is the Only formula to fly high in the sky.

Understanding & define wind.
Making yourself according to wind
Once we float according to wind
Of course keeping in mind our object.

Utilization play important role
Awareness of destination will give
Meaning of all our energy
Lot of energy on different job,
Less energy on a particular job is immaterial.

We are like birds on the sky.
Converting our thinking& dreaming into reality
We should know art of floating according to wind.
in a bid to catch target.
Awareness of our target/object always flow like electric current.
Working hard motto always In our eyes, mind, heart& inner soul.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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