Everybody is changing & I dont feel the same..

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Me.......an ordinary boy getting my own life into lots of things very 7+1 about everything, that's why like to be a listener a quite pessimistic boy, but i am trying to be a optimist i am easily get hurt and very sensitive, but thats not really what i wan i need cares n loves!! A quote for me: Don't try so hard, the best things come when you least expecting them!!! fully agree with this...

Friday, December 31, 2010

Life After Death

Death is true, we all know....... Have you think of some one in you room while you are sleeping... What if he is there and you cant even screem to call for help..

People stays here as energy form.. they are there... preferably in dark.

Afterlife or life after death refers to the continuing existence of the soul and spirit after your physical death. Deceased people are believed to go to a specific region of existence in the next life depending on their religion. They believe they go to Heaven, Hell, Limbo, Purgatory, Sheol, or some other state, place or even condition.

There are some that believe that afterlife is absolutely impossible and that when you die you just disappear and stop existing in any form.

There are two different types of views on the afterlife; one has claimed to be scientific and the other religious views. No matter if your religion is Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, or many pagans believe that the status of afterlife is a reward or punishment for their conduct during life.

With the scientific view of afterlife they say the only reason anyone believes in afterlife is because of the fear or desire to not become nonexistent after we die. That this is only comfort for the loved ones left behind to know that there is life after death. The scientific view only sees the material human body and the material universe around it. They say that “God” and the whole life after death is confined to the brain. The scientists are materialists and shout there is not afterlife and death is the end.

Christianity believes in Jesus and the Bible and that there is
afterlife in heaven or hell. There is a living God that we put our faith and belief in and accept as our personal Savior and spend our eternity, life after death the God in heaven. Then on the other hand if we choose not to accept Jesus as our personal Savior we choose to live our life to please satan and his demons and then our afterlife will be spend in hell.
The Islamic belief in the afterlife is stated in the Quar’an.
They believe that souls will not get to Paradise, which is referred to as jannat or get to Hell, which is called jahannam. These have different levels and the Islams do not get to there until after the Judgment Day. There comfort in the grave depends on their belief in the god, Allah, and hereafter plus their deeds during this life. There are 7 levels for Jannat and 5 levels for Hell.
afterlife belief of the Hindus, Rosicrucians, Spiritists and Wicca is reincarnation, which is the transmigrating of human beings into animals, vegetables or even minerals. They believe in Karma or the consequences of actions taken in previous lives.
Buddhism believes that afterlife is just the process of rebirth into a continuation of the previous life. They believe in karma in the instance that if they died in a peaceful state of mind then they will ripen into a rebirth as a human or god; but if they die in a negative state of mind then they will ripen in rebirth as an animal, ghost or demon.
Even though the human body will decay, there is a long standing belief that death is survivable or there is afterlife. All the major religions are all in agreement in the teaching that humans are immortal and their spirit comes from a divine world and may eventually return there.
This is the great promise and hope which the religions offer to their followers. So where will you go? Is there a Life after Death

The Era for Rock


First bands like Blue Cheer demonstrated the distorted sound, then Iggy Pop and the Stooges brought proto-punk into the equation, then progressive rock bands like King Crimson and Jethro Tull expanded on the idea, and finally, Black Sabbath released the first heavy metal album in 1970,Black Sabbath. Following this, bands merged the Led Zeppelin style of Celtic folk-influenced hard rock with the Gothic horror movie soundtrack-influenced Black Sabbath, and created the first genre rock hybrid which immediately began to typecast itself and drove the creation of underground metal with Motor head.


Heavy metal became popular in the 1970s and got absorbed by the hedonistic, individualistic, pleasure-seeking culture of the time. This produced a type of stadium heavy metalish rock that sold well but lost sight of the artistic ambitions of the genre. At the same time, bands like Motorhead and the Sex Pistols were popularizing the punk sound that had intensified since innovators like MC5, Iggy Pop and Link Wray began experimenting with it in the 1960s. In response, the more alert heavy metal bands added more gothic and neoclassical elements to distinguish themselves from the fray. The fusion of these two threads, hardcore punk and neoclassical heavy metal, produced an explosion of genres, but only two, speed metal and thrash, matured directly.


During the last years of Ronald Reagan's reign, when conservativism reasserted itself against the anomic search for meaning of a generation born into ideals it did not feel the nation upheld, the political conflict between these two forces heated up. Death metal, originally developed for the artistic vision that when death and horror are more real than individual moralization, people rediscover life, flourished, but also found itself under onslaught from gazillions of imitators. With the rise of Suffocation, a speed metal-influenced death metal band, the clones finally had reason to exist and so death metal exited in chorus of "me toos" as black metal rose from its ashes with a new sound and a less-tolerant ideology, just as the Soviet Union collapsed and the United States turned more liberal.


Death metal became a field of Suffocation clones, and bands increasingly turned toward either going "technical" to distinguish themselves, or assimilating themselves into mainstream styles like rock (Asphyx - God Cries), jazz (Pestilence - Spheres), funk (Mordred - In this Life) and punk (Pyrexia - Hatredangeranddisgust). At the same time, black metal rolled onto the verge of what would be the most popular style of metal to come from the underground, mainly because its primitive riffs and nocturnal melodies were part lullabye and part nightmare, apppropriate for an audience that was both aware of the decay of civilization but too disorganized to do anything about it. As soon as its popularity grew, especially with the release of that template for black metal from The Abyss, The Other Side, black metal too became inundated in imitators, although some late forming bands and middle era albums by classic bands helped flesh out its style and bring it to maturation.


Since 1997, very little of vitality has occurred in metal. Black metal bands continue the style, either by attempting to expand traditionalism or "new" combinations made of black metal plus any number of already extant genres (some of the former are bad, all of the latter are stupid). Death metal continues with some absorption by metalcore and emo, which has created a queasily hybrid style that few fans of the older material want to hear, and many newer fans find too mixed for their tastes. What has radically expanded are the continuation of speed metal and neoclassical heavy metal, power metal, and the skipped generation descendant of thrash, metalcore, which reverses the thrash pattern by putting hardcore riffs into metal-style songs. The sub-genres are converging again by becoming more similar, which may enable newer acts to get more distance from convention and find a style in which writing makes sense.


Heavy metal music, born fighting, rose out of popular music in opposition to both the dominant culture and the rock counter culture heritage was equal parts the heavy guitar rock that replaced the blues, progressive rock and the neoclassical sounds of horror movie music. Its name, composed of "heavy" meaning epic and having emotional weight outside the individual, and metal, meaning the gritty mechanical truth of reality, signified its sound and message: a wake up call to hippies and bourgeois listeners alike that reality is not the simplified, individualistic, pleasure-seeking consumerist illusion.


Tuesday, December 28, 2010

TASTY tasty........ WOW wow.....

4 cups of Love

2 cups of Loyalty

3 cups of Forgiveness
1 cup of Friendship
5 spoons of Hope
2 spoons of Tenderness
4 quarts of Faith
1 barrel of Laughter

Take Love and Loyalty, mix it thoroughly with Faith.
Blend it with Tenderness, Kindness & Understanding.
Sprinkle abundantly with Laughter.
Bake it with Sunshine.
Serve daily with Generous helpings.

Thursday, December 23, 2010


What to do ?
WEAR or EAT…………..
You Decide

Jockey comes at 65 rupees, Onion costs 80 rupees/kg.
India's food price inflation has returned to double-digits, fuelled by surging onion prices, official data showed Thursday, adding to pressure on the scandal-hit Congress government.
Food inflation jumped close to three percentage points to 12.13 percent for the week ending December 11 from the same period a year earlier, according to commerce ministry figures.
The government, wary of the potential political fallout from soaring onion prices, has gone on a virtual war footing to bring down the cost of the vegetable, an Indian dietary staple and known as the "poor man's food."
"I am afraid there has been some upward movement of food items," Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee told reporters, adding "one of the reasons may be the high price of onions for which we have already taken steps."
Prices of onions jumped more than 33 percent from a year earlier while fruit, eggs, meat and fish leapt 20 percent. Prices of other vegetables climbed 16 percent.
The government, already on the defensive over a multi-billion-dollar telecom corruption scandal, has eliminated customs duty on onions as part of its moves to cut prices of the vegetable.
Onions are being trucked in from neighbouring Pakistan, where they cost a fifth of the price, in a bid to cool domestic prices.
The Congress party government, which fears a backlash from the "aam admi" ("common man"), which is its main voter-support base, has also asked state-run cooperative stores to sell onions at wholesale rates in a bid to ease prices.
Policymakers had forecast food prices would ease thanks to a plentiful monsoon. However unusual rains in some parts of the country damaged some crops, contributing to the price leap.
Prices of onions, for instance, have soared due to unseasonal rains in the western state of Maharashtra which is a key supplier of the vegetable.
The government has been feeling the heat over inflation as the opposition Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party has seized on the issue to galvanise its fortunes.
Overall headline inflation stands at 7.48 percent, still above the central bank's comfort zone of around 5.5 percent for this financial year to March 2011.