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I have learned

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Raji Ram

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Dear Alwan Sir,

One little girl used to give me greeting cards prepared by her, when she visits me from the U S of A.

I still cherish them as loving gifts from her! :)
 

renuka

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Dear Talwan ji,

I am replying your post in a humorous manner to keep this thread going.

My answers in bold black:


I've learned.... That the best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person.
Not really..everyone makes the same mistakes just that the elderly learnt to cover up that they ever made mistakes! Senility does not always equal to wisdom!LOL

I've learned.... That when you're in love, it shows.


I've learned....that when you are in love..its shows for a while..then the show comes down to baseline and we are ready for another love and show again!





Alwan
 
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talwan

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Dear Alwan Sir,

One little girl used to give me greeting cards prepared by her, when she visits me from the U S of A.

I still cherish them as loving gifts from her! :)
No 'Sir' please RRji. Mention alwan or if you still insist formal naming mention Alwanji.

Alwan
 

renuka

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once bitten ,twice shy again -they say
Its not really true..I have read that a person who has been tru a particular event in life or committed a mistake has the tendency to actually repeat the same in future and face similar scenarios.

Its more like you cant really straighten a dog's tail.
 
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