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February 2, 2011, 11:46 AM
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If you can sub-group it right , you can address it right.

Kurdos : A marketing angle.


en-route success

“If I ever fall an inch before the finish,  look not how little was left, but look how far I have come.”jj10

The Day I Met the Devil !!!

“A warm  day, I sat there sipping my coffee,

As sunlight bounced of  the transparent leaves, while few managed avoiding them,

The fragrance of the coffee filled my senses,

Thats when she walked in her short top and skirt, she looked hot,

I returned to my paper , saw her sit a few tables away,

My glance caught this guy staring at her, from a distance,

He was literally undressing her with his eyes,

He stared at her like she was an object,

The lust in his eyes made me wonder if all men were like this,

I could almost read his thoughts, i saw the devil in him,

What he did next shocked me the most,

He walked away with his folding stick,

That day i met the devil.” jj10

Did Monalisa Smile for you?

” You can create a Masterpiece,but its upto a Masterpiece to find you”jj09


Kurdos:You can work hard a create a Masterpiece by your standards or world standards that’s upto you, but if you want to find a masterpiece, it’s really not upto you only, its upto the masterpiece to reveal itself to the worthy.So dont doubt a Masterpiece and block you thoughts, have patience and let it reveal itself.

“Study a few ordinary painting if you really wanna understand Monalisa”.

Read a few ordinary books before a Master piece finds you…

Understanding paintings.

I looked at a painting it felt nice.

Monday I understood the meaning.

Tuesday I understood what the artist wanted to communicate.

Wednesday I understood why the artist drew the picture.

Thursday I realised the mood a of  generation when it was painted.

Friday made me realise I had not thought about this for myself

Saturday made me feel I had learnt something new about me,

Sunday I was back in Church,I understood the meaning.

The painting looked at me.