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Very touching & inspirational

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the inspirational post reminds me of the story of the man on a tough passage along the rough sands of the desert: he was happy God was with him, he could see two sets of foot prints on his track, one his own, the other God's. on a particularly difficult length of the strenuous wading, only one set of foot prints, was visible, so he complained to God at the end of the ordeal, when all was well, 'God, i am happy i made it: but, in the most difficult times, You deserted me, O God, i could see only one set of foot prints, my own'. God smiled and said, "I am glad you made it,son: in the difficult parts, the foot prints you saw, were mine: I carried you, son, to make it possible for you!"
 
I do not remember a book recommended by a member for two hours reading with a story around a character called

Damayanthi who hails from chennai and later shifted to Mumbai. Can anybody let me know where I can find the said

thread. I am interested in buying the book. Many thanks.

PC RAMABADRAN
 
I do not remember a book recommended by a member for two hours reading with a story around a character called

Damayanthi who hails from chennai and later shifted to Mumbai. Can anybody let me know where I can find the said

thread. I am interested in buying the book. Many thanks.

PC RAMABADRAN

keep the change by Nirupama Subramaniam
 
I do not remember a book recommended by a member for two hours reading with a story around a character called

Damayanthi who hails from chennai and later shifted to Mumbai. Can anybody let me know where I can find the said

thread. I am interested in buying the book. Many thanks.

PC RAMABADRAN

see here.
 
Thank you Sangom sir. Memory is fading due to old age. I would grab this book at the earliest.

PC RAMABARAN

PC, please do not attribute old age to fading memory. you are only as old as you think you are. age is just numbers, and like wine, we age good with time :)

os.. grab the book asap though
 
Thank you Kunjuppu sir I follow what you say. However, when you are getting older there is qualitative loss of memory.

I experience this at times. It may be that when you are overpowered by occasional depression you do feel that you have

a faint memory. Thank you once again for gingering me up.

PC RAMABADRAN
 
Getting older

Do not regret growing older.It is a priviledge denied to Many
------------------Unknown Author
 

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