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Three sentences for getting SUCCESS: a) know more than other b) work more than other c) expect less than other

Nowhere did I say success was being rich, you should read comments before making statements ...for me success is being happy and content and living a rewarding life..

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JD 26 days ago

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My opinion was not aimed at your view. The general perception is that rich people are successful. Your definition of success is great. I appreciate.

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ezhil 25 days ago

Three sentences for getting SUCCESS: a) know more than other b) work more than other c) expect less than other

Luck makes you successful .....

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JD 26 days ago

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Becoming a multimillionaire is not a success.This materialistic world considers rich people successful and lists top ten rich people in the world. This is sheer nonsense. Successful person is one who earns legally and who helps others in need.All the others are cheats. The pity is that these cheats get patronage from politicians.Look at the case of Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and many such so called successful
Indians who robbed people's money from banks and escaped to foreign countries.
What is success?
The definition for success should be rationally defined.

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ezhil 26 days ago

Three sentences for getting SUCCESS: a) know more than other b) work more than other c) expect less than other

This success formula is for a dishonest society. In those Shakespearean days life was probably highly primitive. Most of the success guidelines were made considering the undesirable social situation that existed then. Now we must endeavor to move towards the creation of a just society in which such advises might become irrelevant

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ezhil 27 days ago

In cinema they show all kinds of emotions such as romance, affection, rivalry, violence, murder, comedy , betrayal all in just 2-3 hours. Will it not affect the psychology of people specially children? Let some psychologists answer this question.

Is it morally, socially, psychologically correct to subject people to so many type of emotions in a short span of 2-3 hours. Let us confine our debate on this point. Let us not deviate. Movies are the invention of the misguided. The great invention , camera is terribly misused by people with unnatural orientation to make money. In the process they completely fail to realise the adverse effects on society. Such people understand money better than the society. What else we can expect from such people? The governments should exercise more control over this media. Because it brings more revenue to the exchequer governments cannot allow the misuse of cinema to the detriment of society. This is a serious issue little understood by the political and materialistic class.
Stories are better read than seen. Graphic depiction of stories are antisocial activities.Humans do not need this experience for their normal life. It is thrust on people.

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ezhil 2 months ago

In cinema they show all kinds of emotions such as romance, affection, rivalry, violence, murder, comedy , betrayal all in just 2-3 hours. Will it not affect the psychology of people specially children? Let some psychologists answer this question.

I watched Superman fly, and not once have I tried it. I watched a coyote try to drop an anvil on a road runners head. Even children know the difference between reality and fantasy.

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Flrdsgns 2 months ago

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There are children who try to imitate cinema stunts. But more importantly people who see scenes in which all unsocial things are vividly shown can certainly have a negative impact. Children may get desensitized to crimes because of repeated exposure in movies.

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ezhil 2 months ago

In cinema they show all kinds of emotions such as romance, affection, rivalry, violence, murder, comedy , betrayal all in just 2-3 hours. Will it not affect the psychology of people specially children? Let some psychologists answer this question.

You really think we generally experience emotions one at a time? Not unless you are only experiencing one thing at a time. EG: You literally can't eat and talk at the same time.

Scientifically ... research has shown that there is no direct link between movies/video games and how people act. They may be contributing factors - but that means there are other forces at play, as well.

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Walt_OReagun 2 months ago

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The kind of addiction people develop to cinema shows that it does affect people.There are instances of robbers citing cinema for their modus operandi of their act. Vulnerable sections will certainly become prey to wrong things shown. Why should we allow cinema to be a contributing factor? Simply because there are other factors, we need not have one more factor in the form of cinema to cause bad effects on people.

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ezhil 2 months ago

In cinema they show all kinds of emotions such as romance, affection, rivalry, violence, murder, comedy , betrayal all in just 2-3 hours. Will it not affect the psychology of people specially children? Let some psychologists answer this question.

I'm not a psychologist but I play one on Amirite: Yes! All movies should, therefore, be like Disney cartoons!

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Chuck_Tom 2 months ago

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Please understand that movies are made primarily not to entertain but to make huge money.Attracting people and their patronage is prime goal of movie makers. Therefore the strategy adopted to make a movie will go against the interest of the people.Cinema people are ones who do not care a bit about the consequences on the society. Do we need cinema in the first place to lead a healthy life on this earth?

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ezhil 2 months ago

Spread the love and peace XD

THE PANACEA Life sans love is a farce For love is the essence of life Love is the only cementing force Of man kind to rid all strife The beast - pursuit of money in haste Tramples humanism with ease The dragons - religion and caste Mutilate love and peace Shun those Satans, the barriers For social and political harmony And shower on all love sincere To tame the fire of disharmony.

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ezhil 2 months ago

**Assessing people good; judging people bad.** //Amirite?//

What is the purpose of assessing when you do not want to judge

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ezhil 2 months ago

Load the software LOVE in kid's minds; lest they grow up as human robots

Children cannot develop properly on their own.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You're impossible to please. disgusting? Man, you seriously need to chill the **** out.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Thanks, I cannot think like you, agreed. I am in a different plane altogether

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

As long as Guinness remains a viable business, I assume there is a market for what they offer. Neither Guinness nor the recordholders are bothering me. If they are bothering you...I would suggest that is a personal problem.

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Bozette 4 months ago

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I am happy that you have accepted that Guinness is a business.Records of business people cannot vouch for the genuineness of it. Nothing is a personal. Every thing on earth has something to do with others. Le us not simply ignore this fact.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

We all do things that are of no value to anyone but ourselves. Provided what others do is of no harm to me, it's none of my business.

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Bozette 4 months ago

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All of us may do some things which are of no use to others but we don't claim Guinness Record certificate for such acts.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

But it's very funny; I'm sure that you will laugh. You should watch it, believe me. I still laugh after watching it many times.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Even the Charlie Chaplin comedies make me feel that they are for children and not for mature adults. The acts in such films appear awkward and disgusting for me.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

It's the way in which people sugarcoat the things that they say and do based on what is considered to be acceptable by the liberals. For instance: it used to be acceptable to call the person who delivered the mail the "mailman." So as not to hurt the feelings of the female mail carrier, we are urged to just call them mail carriers. Any trade with the word "man" in it is thus changed. It's complicated and covers many areas besides, such as sexual identity, race, religion or lack thereof.
It's foolish.

here is wikipedia's explanation:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P...al_correctness

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Let us talk about the original view about the world records which are often silly and just gimmicks, not having any relevance or use. Populist stunts and feats may bring some amusement but cannot be considered as great human endeavors worthy of mention.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Load the software LOVE in kid's minds; lest they grow up as human robots

Couldn’t have said it better!

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Masha 4 months ago

In response to “Couldn’t have said it better!

Thanks for your excellent comments.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I guess. Might as well call things what they are. It sure beats the Hell out of political correctness.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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What is your political correctness?

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

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I don't have time to watch your video, You can write whatever you want to convey

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You should probably stop smoking cat shit.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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I feel sad that I have to deal with people like you. Being an open forum any Tom, **** and Harry can enter the discussion.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I'm all for the legalization of weed but you've got to practice moderation dude.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Let us not hesitate to call an ** **

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Quit yer damn sniveling. You're just jealous.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

In response to “Quit yer damn sniveling. You're just jealous.

I am not a competitor for all those so called great records. Why should be jealous? Let us not glorify mean acts as records which will send a wrong signal to our children.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Using sports as a means to glory or wealth is no different than using other means towards those ends. It's not for me, but neither is it my place to dictate to others.

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Bozette 4 months ago

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No one wants to dictate to others on how to earn their bread and fame. But the point lost here is the fact that all these records and the so called achievements are useful to no one other than the achiever. It speaks about their level.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You are completely out of your mind.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Thanks.

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Who gives a shit? Only you.
If they can earn a living by setting World's record it's absolutely none of your damn business.

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JerryHendrickson 4 months ago

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Setting a world record, which is no use to others, for a living is not a dignified way of living. Very very mean!

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ezhil 4 months ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I don't have a problem with what people want to do while wasting their time. If they want to make the biggest donut in the world, fine. If they want to buy the Guinness Book of World Records, that's fine too. Personally, I don't have an interest in making huge donuts or reading the book. :)

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Will_Janitor 4 months ago

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We should not become complacent that all is well. We should analyse what is happening around us because every activity will have some bearing on every other person.

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ezhil 4 months ago

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