An alliance made with the high and mighty can never be trusted.

This little fable proves my point.

A cow and a she-goat and a long-suffering sheep decided to become the lion’s companions. They went into the forest together and there they caught an extremely large stag which they divided into four portions. Then the lion said, ‘I claim the first portion by right of my title, since I am called the king; the second portion you will give me as your partner; then, because I am strongest, the third portion is mine … and woe betide anyone who dares to touch the fourth!’ In this way the wicked lion carried off all the spoils for himself.

The Lion, the Fox, and the Ass

I often think not to blog general stuff to my blog where IT stuff is blogged, also i figured out that not to keep separate blog for occasional blogging of other stuffs.

well back to the subject…

The Lion, the Fox and the Ass entered into an agreement to assist each other in the chase. Having secured a large booty, the Lion on their return from the forest asked the Ass to allot his due portion to each of the three partners in the treaty. The Ass carefully divided the spoil into three equal shares and modestly requested the two others to make the first choice. The Lion, bursting out into a great rage, devoured the Ass. Then he requested the Fox to do him the favor to make a division. The Fox accumulated all that they had killed into one large heap and left to himself the smallest possible morsel. The Lion said, “Who has taught you, my very excellent fellow, the art of division? You are perfect to a fraction. He replied, “I learned it from the Ass, by witnessing his fate.

Happy is he/she who learns from the misfortunes of others.

original source here

Gathered Postulates Probably

Note: The following axioms / postulates / proverbs whatever its considered as, are collected (will always be) , identified or probably inspired (inspirational) statements that urged me to jot it down and just weird thought of losing the file and securing it else where (blogged) its here.

  • IT: where success fails, and failure succeeds (One of Paul Murphy’s conundra for IT management is that the better you are at doing the job, the less recognition you’ll get for it.)

  • Variety is the spice of life

  • The key to your happiness right now has everything to do with money — but probably not in the way you think. It’s not about getting more — it’s about learning how to better manage what you already have. Re-examine your savings situation and your budget. And if you don’t yet have a budget, start working on one! Break down your expenses, and you’ll quickly see some easy, painless ways to spend less and save a lot more.

  • You’ve got to plan for the future today, and that future should definitely include Microsoft Vista certification!

  • Don’t measure yourself by what you have accomplished, but by what you should have accomplished with your ability. – John Wooden

  • You must do the very thing you think you cannot do. – Eleanor Roosevelt

  • A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him. – Sidney Greenberg

  • Success requires vision, Engineering takes time. In that time markets evolve. Needs and desires change. Technologies emerge. Price points (usually) drop.

  • Life can be tough at times. If you want to succeed in life, you have to learn to persevere, have faith and work with determination.

  • Life is not measured by moments u breath but by the moments that take ur breath away.

  • To become a millionaire you need to work hard, to become a billionaire you need LUCK.

  • Plants need air, water and sunlight to grow. What are three essential items that your mind, body and spirit need to do the same? Think about it, then figure out ways to incorporate them into your life on a regular basis.

  • Using Linux gives me a satisfying sense of “sticking it to the man,” although at times I get the feeling that the person I’m sticking it to ends up being me.

  • A hacker does for love what others would not do for money.

  • No matter how much books you read or how good they are – you will never become a true Ruby hacker until you actually begin to use the acquired knowledge and put it into practice.

  • Learn to be discreet in matters of strategy and planning

  • Don’t sit around waiting for someone else to give you your big break. Stand up, get inspired about something you care about and make it yourself.

  • It takes a lot of hard work and courage to succeed in life.

  • The reality can be a lot different than the fantasy.

  • “Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted”—Italian Proverb

    more in future…..


    • Fortunate are those who can relax and enjoy all that you have worked so hard for.
    • “One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man“.
    • Success is 90% preparation and 10 % perspiration.
    • Tempers fly and tears will follow.
    • The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses. – Carl Sagan
    • The key to success in professional life is dedication and hardwork that cannot be compensated by anything else.
    • A Virus can ruin your computer. Spyware can ruin your life.
    • Cultivate patience if you wish to make it in life. Do not worry if you get a few knocks while in pursuit of your dreams.
    • “Fish and visitors smell in three days.”
    • Truth Happens: “First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.”
    • Don’t be disheartened if things at work do not execute as planned. Life has its extremes and there are so many things, which are beyond our control.
    • Life isn’t about winning and losing — it’s about how much you enjoy playing the game.