Friday, February 28, 2014

“To God: How did you get invented?”

“To God: How did you get invented?”

There’s a charming article in today’s Times by Alex Renton, a non-believer who sends his six-year-old daughter Lulu to a Scottish church primary school.

Her teachers asked her to write the following letter: “To God, How did you get invented?”

The Rentons were taken aback: “We had no idea that a state primary affiliated with a church would do quite so much God,” says her father. He could have told Lulu that, in his opinion, there was no God; or he could have pretended that he was a believer.

He chose to do neither, instead emailing her letter to the Scottish Episcopal Church (no reply), the Presbyterians (ditto) and the Scottish Catholics (a nice but theologically complex answer).
 For good measure, he also sent it to “The head of theology of the Anglican Communion, based at Lambeth Palace” – and this was the response:

Dear Lulu,
Your dad has sent on your letter and asked if I have any answers. It’s a difficult one! But I think God might reply a bit like this –

"Dear Lulu,
Nobody invented me – but lots of people discovered me and were quite surprised.
They discovered me when they looked round at the world and thought it was really beautiful or really mysterious and wondered where it came from.
They discovered me when they were very very quiet on their own and felt a sort of peace and love they hadn’t expected.
Then they invented ideas about me – some of them sensible and some of them not very sensible.
From time to time I sent them some hints – specially in the life of Jesus – to help them get closer to what I’m really like.
But there was nothing and nobody around before me to invent me.
Rather like somebody who writes a story in a book, I started making up the story of the world and eventually invented human beings like you who could ask me awkward questions..!"

And then he’d send you lots of love and sign off.
I know he doesn’t usually write letters, so I have to do the best I can on his behalf. Lots of love from me too.
-Archbishop Rowan 

I think this letter reveals a lot about the Archbishop of Canterbury’s sort of theology.
What the letter also tells us is that the Archbishop took the trouble to write a really thoughtful message – unmistakably his work and not that of a secretary – to a little girl.

“Well done, Rowan!” was the reaction of Alex Renton’s mother, and I agree.

source : Paulo Coelho's Blog

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A wonderful story. I have already read some time ago. It reminds me of another story. A good friend sent me. Unfortunately, I do not know the author ..

Lunch with God

A little boy wanted to meet God. He grabbed some cans of coke and chocolate bars in his rucksack and set out on the road. In a park, he saw an old woman sitting on a bench and watched the pigeons.

The boy sat down beside her and opened his backpack. When he wanted to get a Coke, he saw the hungry look in his neighbor. He took out a chocolate bar and gave it to the woman. Thankfully, she smiled at him – a wonderful smile...! To see that smile again offered her the boy drink a coke. She took it and smiled again, more radiant than before. So the two sat in the park all afternoon, ate candy bars and drinking Coke.

They spoke not a word. As it grew dark, the boy wanted to go home. After a few steps he stopped, walked back and hugged the woman. The gave him for her very best smile.

"What have you done today for beautiful, that you look so happy ": At home, he was asked by his mother.

The boy replied: "I have eaten lunch with God – and she has a wonderful smile..! "

The old woman had gone home where, her son asked her why she looked so happy.

And the old woman replied: "I have eaten lunch with God – and he is much younger than I thought."
I wish you all a wonderful day.

Who Is God?

God is One. God is love. God is you. God is Me. God is the infinite intelligence that pervades all reality. God is the voice that whispers the truth in your heart. God is the eternal mother of 10,000 things. God is the unmanifested father of all eternity.

God is the sun that holds the planets with invisible force. God is the moon that pulls all the oceans into tides and flow. God is all the heavenly bodies that influence our body chemistry. God is the dancing electron at the heart of every body.

Who is God?
God is You. God is me. God is everyone and every body. God is the tiger who kills the deer, God is the deer who nourishes the tiger. God is the grass that feeds the deer. God is the tiger who dies into the earth to nourish the grass. God is all that your eyes can see. God is all that your heart can feel. God is the all around you. God is inside of you.

If you want to see God, look into the eyes of another human being. If you want to hear God, listen to the voice of the birds. If you want to touch God, touch someone you deeply love, someone you are willing to die for because their happiness is your happiness, if you touch that person, you will have touched God. If you want to feel God, feel your deepest driving desires. It is God speaking through you, asking you to take a step forward towards your personal destiny.

When you are lonely, know that God is inside of you, feeling your loneliness. When you are helpless, know that God is inside of you feeling your helplessness. When you cry out for help looking up in the sky, know that God is saying "but I AM YOU, I am inside of you, all you need to do is trust your self, you have the powers right there, all you need to do is believe in it". When you say "God show me your presence", God comes to you in 10,000 bodies talking to you directly, but most of the time we are busy looking at somewhere else hoping god would say something.

Who is God?
God is You. God is me. God is your lover. God is your enemy. God is the father that holds all the universes. God is the mother who manifests in 10,000 things. God is everyone, god is everything. God is all around. That is why god is invisible. Because God... IS!

~Shafin de Zane


Colourful universe to enjoy...



Thursday, February 27, 2014

MySAR for 28th February


Today’s Trading potentialies (breakout system) for 27th February
Nifty Future above 6281...may reach 6295/6310/6325/6340
Nifty Future below 6255...may reach 6240/6225/6210/6195
Bank Nifty future above 10785...may reach 10825/10855/10890/10935/10970
Bank Nifty future below 10740...may reach 10705/10675/10630/10595/10560
For Positional traders : For those who trade like Investors
Infy in cash can be bought @ around 3808 with sl fo 3790
...may reach 3839 and 3847
ACC in cash can be bought @ around 1084 with sl of 1074
...may reach 1107 and 1115
KotakBank in cash can be bought with support of 676 and 669
...may reach 697 and 703
TataMotors in cash can be bought with support of 393
...may reach 413 and 419
Cipla in cash can be bought with sl of 363
...may reach 389 and 395
SunPharma in cash can be bought with support of 613
...may reach 649 and 656

Weekly Pivot Levels
Nifty (Future)
BankNifty (Future)

Daily MySAR Levels For Future Segment :
Daily MySAR Levels For Cash Segment :

For other Nifty 50 (future) scrips click link :
Do not enter into a trade without referring past data. It will save your trade from catching the running train. 
If  the price of the scrip ran up or down too much during last few days, please please do not take fresh entry either of short or long otherwise it will be considered as catching of  running train and in such cases price in near future may move against expectations resulting into losses. Better wait for breach of MySAR_A level for fresh trade......
Patience pays...........
Presently holding Position :
NF Shrot (6285) (2+ 2L @6180) : covered at 6270, 6155, 6100,6045  
(fully covered) (360 pointed booked) rollover done for Feb. series
BNF long (11010) (2L+2L10710) : covered at 10985, 10610, 10360, 10180 
(fully covered)(1305 points booked)  rollover done for Feb. series
NF Shrot Feb. (6112 + @ 6120) : covered at 6060, 6050  (fully covered)
(Booked 122 points)
BNF long Feb. (10248 + @ 10300) : covered at 10155, 10275 (fully covered)
(Booked 118 points)
NF Long Feb. (6050) : bookd at 6105 (fully booked)
(Booked 55 points)
BNF long Feb. (10250) : booked at 10375 (Fully booked)
(Booked 125 points)
NF Shrot Feb. (6045) : covered at 6005 (fully covered & reversed)
(Booked 40 points)
BNF Short Feb. (10230) : covered at 10135 (covered & reveresed)
(Booked 95 points)
NF Long Feb. (6058+@ 6099+@ 6135) : Booked at 6095,6145,6215,6240 
(Fully booked) (Booked 345 points)
BNF long Feb. (10225+@ 10360+@ 10510) : Booked at 10305, 10590, 10750, 1074 (fully booked)  (Booked 1065 points)

Positional longs in NF (March) at 6271……..carried (1L rollover)
Positonal longs in BNF (March) at 10773…..carried (1L rollover)
Trades triggered on 26th February
1. TechM (F) shorted at 1834……………covered at 1829 (1250 profit)
2. LT (F) long at 1091…………………….booked at 1099 (4000 profit)
3. AxisBank (F) long at 1242…………..booked at 1237 (1250 loss)
4. ACC (F) shorted at 1079…………….covered at 1075 (1000 profit)
5. ACC (F) long at 1087…………………booked at 1095 (2000 profit)
6. JSWSteel (F) shorted at 857………..covered at 852 (2500 profit)
7. M&M (F) long at 951………………….booked at 955 (1000 profit)
8. KotakBank (F) long at 684………….booked at 689 (2500 profit)
9. ICICIBank (F) shorted at 1028………covered at 1032 (1000 loss)
10. HCLTech (F) long at 1555………….booked at 1559 (1000 profit)
11. JSWSteel (F) long at 857…………..booked at 853 (2000 loss)
12. TechM (F) shorted at 1829…………covered at 1821 (2000 profit)
13. RelCap (F) shorted at 315………….covered at 312 (3000 profit)
14. SBI (F) long at 1521…………………booked at 1531 (1250 profit)
15. BNF long at 10690…………………..booked at 10740 (+ 50 points)
16. NF long at 6216………………………booked at 6235 (+ 19 points)

1. Position longs taken at 6058 ……… booked at 6240 (+ 182 points)

2. Positional longs in BNF at 10225…..booked at 10740 (+ 515 points)

3. Positional longs in NF (March) at 6271……..carried

4. Positonal longs in BNF (March) at 10773…..carried

 Following table clarifies today's triggerred trades
Three Thumb Rules :
(1) Always trade only at the levels given.
(2) Keep booking profits without missing a winning opportunity.
(3) And once in profit, trail stop loss to the entry level to protect the capital funds.
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