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Friday, February 28, 2014

Thanks to Jeffrey Beall

Dear Jeffrey,
With your kind permission, I have duplicated your work on my blog. I have also directly imported your profile details to bridge curious learners with you, should there be any queries regarding the Predator Publishers.
Thank you once again for your incredible labor.

To my readers:  Be aware of the Predator Publishers. This is one of the noblest job done by Mr. Jeffrey Beall, a librarian at Auraria Library, University of Colorado. 

Teaching Foreign Students

As a part of my study, I went with my friends to teach in one of the International schools in Thailand today.
Established by Dr. Chin Chinsettawong, Associate Judge of The Central Labor Court of Thailand, Sunflower Trilingual School is approximately one and half hour drive from the Mahidol University. The school aims to be a community learning center and prepares the children in developing their physical, emotional, intellectual and social maturity. The children are encouraged to develop and use English and Chinese languages besides their native Thai. 
Teaching students in a school that follows a curriculum of an international parity is really enriching. The students are always open, restless, bold and courageous. And surprisingly, hesitations and fear from a teacher is a forgotten story for all of them.    

Thursday, February 20, 2014

A humble message to a Servant Leader

Your Majesty,
The King of the Kingdom of Bhutan

With utmost reverence and sincere prayers, I join the entire nation to humbly offer my heartfelt wishes on Your Majesty’s 34th Birth Anniversary.
I am extremely honored to be a humble citizen of the Kingdom of Bhutan. If there is one thing that I can boast about my country, Your Majesty, it would be about my Monarch, a living God present in a human form.

Friday, February 14, 2014

I can't REMEMBER to FORGET you

I can feebly recall this line of melody carved with those beautiful sketch pens at the feet of my diary a long time ago. It read:

“Everyone says you only fall in love once, but that’s not true, because every time I see you, I fall in love all over again- Anonymous”.

A nice collection!

Love to me, is like one feather of an infectious psychosomatic syndrome. Because from the day I started to drink it, I remain intoxicated hitherto. And as the time fleet, its cells ignite to multiply and capture every compartment of the four chambers of my little heart. Now that my heart is totally drenched with the blood of love, it is sensitive to the pain of withdrawals and separations.

History has it that, the legendary poets like John Keats, Oscar Wild, Lord Byron, Robert Browning and Matthew Arnold have died young from this disease. Their poems speak with a heavily ruined emotional spirits contaminated with the poison of love. It is so remorseful that their time died without any discovery of medication for love. And even at this century or more to come, I feel no human can discover a drug to eliminate the pain caused due to love.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Liebster Award Nomination by Sonam Tenzin

Don't worry when you are not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognition.

1. Who inspired you to blog?
I like scribbling anything, anytime, anywhere. This smell of my interest was smelt by many of my teachers back then in the school. Even as a Science student, I took a lead role in many activities that demanded linguistic capacities.
Having won the third place in National Essay Competition for Secondary Level in 2002, it further escalated my curiosity into writing.  My profile to work as a student editor in the school and college magazines massaged my muscles to walk even further.
Many times I wrote something and those something got lost many times. It forced me to eye for a place where I can dump it and bulldoze sometime in the future.
But then, it was in only 2012 that a male teacher could give birth to a blog with my weakest idea through a massive exploration.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

My life again

Almost every time of the day
I see people come and say
Life is a song-sing it with gay
And in return it has something to pay.

But this piece of truth is always gray

Because to me it never come to play 
Or offered something even in delay
So I have a complain longer than an essay
That even if I start from the halfway
The length will be okay
Though readers might find me astray
Seeing the words I portray
Not realizing I am in dismay
Where my heart has started to decay
With these life's kind of betray

Friday, February 7, 2014

My Life

Life has never been so kind
Although I always try to find
A reason to make my mind
With happiness to bind.

But as worst as being blind
Like seeing nothing whats front and behind
Happiness is always declined
Rather with lots of cruelty, it is always fined.

This is my life in short, defined
That I find in this way designed
Nothing helped me to get refined
with scores of pain unconfined.

"Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated"- Confucious
ally simple, but we insist on making it complicated.


After repeated separations, my life is

You shouldn't have come here,
Not because I hate you dear
But that separation which I can't bear
Makes every bit of my heart tear
And now you are not near
I am growing with a fear
That I may fail to gear
And resume my works to reappear

Like good stories you used to hear
Now it mayn't happen as it is clear
Because I have to begin again from nowhere,
Some from here and others from there
And craft other good stories to share
A story not about our affair
But about our life, whether it treats us fair
And answer each line of our prayer
Why is my life so cruel? 
People say life is precious and rare
That we must always take care
I hate to see them trying to declare
Because my life always have a snare
That eat away all of my flair
And that’s the time where I swear
With lots of anger, rubbing my hair
‘Life sucks, I am not ashamed to blare

"Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor" - Sholom Aleichem


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