WAKE UP PARENTS

Saw this nice post "Wake up Parents" and couldn't restrict myself from sharing it. Years back, poor illiterate parents produced ♦ Doctors, ♦ Engineers, ♦ Scientists, ♦ Accountants, ♦ Lawyers, ♦ Architects, ♦ Professors.., whom I will refer to as Group 'A'. These Group 'A' Children struggled on their own after Primary 6 or Grade 12, to become notable personalities. Most of them ♦ trekked to school barefooted ♦ went to farms ♦ fetched water a

Claim your free 15GB of OneDrive storage

Claim your free 15GB of OneDrive storage
Microsoft has grudgingly agreed to let current OneDrive users keep their 15GB of free cloud storage and 15GB of free Camera Roll “bonus” storage, rather than dropping you to 5GB as previously stated, but only if you’re aware of the offer and don’t mind a bit of spam. To take advantage of the offer, visit this Microsoft page. Microsoft representatives said the company does not have a supplementary explanatory blog post or statement to add at the present, b

Stop Worrying and Start Living

These are the excerpts from one of my favorite book by Dale Carnegie RULE 1: If you want to avoid worry, do what Sir William Osier did: Live in "day-tight compartments". Don't stew about the future. Just live each day until bedtime. RULE 2: The next time Trouble-with a capital T- comes gunning for you and backs you up in a corner, try the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier: a. Ask yourself, "What is the worst that can possibly happen if I can't solve my

What is the origin of the phrase “thinking outside of the box”?

What is the origin of the phrase “thinking outside of the box”?
There is a famous puzzle. 9 dots arranged in a square, like this Your job is to connect all of the dots using only 4 straight lines without lifting your hand off the paper, crossing each dot only once. The only way to do it is to extend at least one of the lines beyond the perimeter of the "box". This solution never occurs to most people. They see a box, and their thinking is limited by that. Click below to check out the book by Mike Vance. ...

Typing ‘ﷺ’ in MS Word and MS Office Documents

To type ﷺ in MS Word or any MS office Document: (1) Type FDFA. (2) Type ‘Alt+x’. (Hold on to ‘Alt’ key and press ‘x’ key.) As soon as you type ‘Alt+x”, ‘FDFA’ is converted to ﷺ Unicode for ‘ﷺ’ is ‘FDFA’. Below table gives Unicode Values of common Arabic Words/Phrases: Arabic Phrase/Word English Transliteration Unicode ﷲ Allah FDF2 ﷺ Sall Allāhu ʿalay-hi wa-sallam FDFA ﷴ Mohammed FDF4 ﷳ Akbar FDF3 ﷶ Rasool FDF6 ﷻ Jallajalaalahu FDFB ﷹ Sa