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A man was sick and tired of going to work every day while his wife stayed at home. He wanted her to see what he went through each day, so he prayed :-

“Dear Lord, I go to work every day and put in 8 hours of hard work, while my wife merely stays at home. I want her to know what I go through, so please create a trade in our bodies”. God, in His infinite wisdom, granted the man’s wish.

A Masterpiece!

What an incredible talent and patience!

What A Man Did With This Tree Trunk Will Blow Your Mind

One tree, four years of work and an indescribable amount of talent: that’s what it took to create this incredible masterpiece. A famous Chinese wood carver chopped down a single tree and tirelessly worked on it for over four years to make this piece. Your jaw will hit the floor when you see what he created.

Massive Stick Sculptures By Patrick Dougherty
Using nothing more than locally gathered twigs and saplings, artist Patrick Dougherty creates monumental stick sculptures that resemble everything from huge palaces and castles to (seemingly) habitable nests and cocoons. Over a career that spans more than three decades, Dougherty has made over 200 of these site-specific sculptures that, with the help of volunteers, each take at least three weeks to make.

A Story Of A Boy And The Servant

There was a boy who used to be a servant for a rich family. They provided him accommodation, food and everyday some money for tea or snacks. This boy after finishing his morning works used to go to tea stall nearby and spend sometime drinking tea, eating and talking to regular customers. One day he was out to tea stall as usual. There was one beggar newly arrived and stayed put near tea stall. This boy found some kind of attraction towards this beggar. May be sympathy? He bought a tea and some snacks for the beggar and sat near him talking. While leaving he gave beggar whatever money left with him.

Sculptures Under The Sea

A real-life Atlantis: British artist creates stunning sculpture city under the sea off Mexico

Jason deCaires Taylor has unveiled his latest sculptures at the Museo Subacuatico de Arte in Cancun, Mexico
The eerie new pieces include the submerged heads of the anchors on an American television news show
He’s previously caused a splash in the art world by creating a real life city of Atlantis, sinking a life-size sculpture of a Volkswagen Beetle and even a house.

10 Conflict Resolution Tips

One of the most common and frustrating impediments to worker productivity is conflict between employees. Unresolved conflict can strain relationships, create tension and negativity, and dampen morale. Whether engaged in a heated debate, a disagreement, or an outright feud, take a strategic approach to resolving the problem. You’ll be most effective if you avoid making these common mistakes.

10 Analogies for a Great Leader

By Junaid Tahir

Leaders of required to posses several supreme personality traits such as competence, commitment,courage, focus, generosity, passion, responsibility, vision, problem solving attitude and self-discipline. Below analogies are given for the leaders for their self audits which constitute for the transformation from ‘effectiveness to greatness’ as per Stephen R Covey’s book “The 8thHabit”:

 Landmarks Painted On Sunglass

Artist creates hyper-realistic paintings of famous landmarks reflected in the lenses of tourists’ sunglasses

  • Artist Simon Hennessy creates incredible artworks in painstaking detail
  • He charges up to £22,000 for each painting and can take up to seven months per piece
  • They often feature landmarks – from Skegness to New York – reflected in model

How to Analyze Thoughts

Quality of thoughts determines the level of peace of mind. Negative thoughts result in negative acts which in turn causes distraction in emotions, unstable behavior, frequent mood swings, family complications, lack of trustworthiness, financial mistakes, professional brawls and so on. Healthy thoughts result in more positive outcomes, 

The Honey Hunters Of Nepal

Honey hunting is one of the many activities that form part of the ancient culture of numerous civilizations. Scientists have estimated through rock painting documentation that honey hunting was practiced as far back as 13 000 BC. In Nepal, honey hunting has been practiced for thousands of years and is a vital part of the Nepali culture.

Scientists Generate Electricity from Foods….

Back to Light is a creatively scientific series by photographer Caleb Charland that explores the naturally electrifying power of ordinary objects like fruits and loose change. The images in the series features a number of materials, including consumables readily found in one’s pantry, generating enough power to light lamps and LED lights.