Treasure Island

rehana moammadi

(9 jan 1982 / hydrabad)

The bests


The best teacher is experience

The best doctor is time

The best student is attempt

The best book is life

The best lesson is patience

The best hobby is service

The best religion is humanity

The best insurarce is good deed

The best sport is duty

The best relation is love

The best dress is smile

The best medician is laughter

The best solution is love

The best habit is busy

The best live is forgiveness

The best life is people love you and never forget you

The best person is having kind heart and good mind

The best life is to get respect by others

The best future bless of your family and friends

The best child always care the parent

The best dead people not forgot you.you are always with them and the hearts

The best person do some think to this world

The best father they chilren have a bright future

The best parent give to child happyness not for a day long life

The best son he not forgot his duty to care they parent

The best daughter always proud their parents

The best elder sister is like a mother

The best elder brother is like a father.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 15, 2005

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