QUOTE OF THE DAY

Quote of the Day : Honey Singh

“The consumer may not be able to buy during the lockdown, but it is a great opportunity for them to consume content, use this time wisely.” Honey Singh, ARM Worldwide The Origins of the Quote Social Media as a strategy is perched on ‘Carpe Diem’. The rapid development of the tool has been escalated by the impending Corona crisis. When […]
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Quote of the Day : Kanika Kapoor

“I’ve been here since 11 am and all I’ve been given is a small bottle of water to drink. I’ve been asking these people to give me something to eat but I’ve only been given two small bananas and an orange that had flies on it. I am so hungry, I haven’t even taken the medicine that I was supposed […]
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Quote of the Day : Salman Khan

“You remember the film dialogue, ‘the one who got scared, died (jo darr gaya samjho woh mar gaya).’ It does not apply here in this situation. We are terrified and bravely, we admit that. Please don’t be brave in this situation. “The one who got afraid saved himself and lives of others around him. Moral of the story – We […]
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Quote of the Day : Narendra Modi

“When the lights will be shut and when everyone will light up diyas and candles, in that light we should take an oath and say that we are not alone. We are not alone. No one is alone. 130 crore Indians are together in this fight.” Narendra Modi The Origins of the Quote As the pandemic crises worsened the world […]
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Quote of the Day : Simon van Booy

“Should you ever feel too lonely…listen for the roar of the sea- for in it are all those who’ve been and all those who are to come.” Simon van Booy, The Coming and Going of Strangers The Origins of the Quote Booy is not only a loved author of children’s books, but also adults and a philosopher.  This erudite scholar […]
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Quote of the Day : Khalil Gibran

“I am forever walking upon these shores,Betwixt the sand and the foam,The high tide will erase my foot prints,And the wind will blow away the foam,But the sea and the shore will remain forever.” Khalil Gibran, Sand and Foam The Origins of the Quote Like his other notable works – Sand and Foam is a collection of poems, aphorisms and […]
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Quote of the Day : William Shakespeare

“Men must endureTheir going hence, even as their coming hither.Ripeness is all.” William Shakespeare, King Lear The Origins of the Quote Of all of Shakespeare’s plays, each of which are popular for their own individuality and the charm, or the pathos that they bring to the fore, King Lear is touched with a sense of irreplaceable loss. Spoken by King […]
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Quote of the Day : Mark Twain

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Mark Twain The Origins of the Quote The distinguishing characteristic of Mark Twain’s writing, especially for the quotes for which he is well known, is their remarkable unpredictability. There is always an unprecedented unpredictability in his writing. He always […]
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Quote of the Day : Rabindranath Tagore

“When you came you cried and everybody smiled with joy; when you go, smile and let the world cry for you.” Rabindranath Tagore The Origins of the Quote Tagore has created and generated a tremendous plethora of work which has stimulated, inspired and fascinated generations. Though his works were published from the 1800’s it is a well-documented fact that this […]
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Quote of the Day : Eve Ensler

“The heart is capable of sacrifice. So is the vagina. The heart is able to forgive and repair. It can change it’s shape to let us in. It can expand to let us out. So can the vagina. It can ache for us and stretch for us, die for us and bleed and bleed us into this difficult, wondrous world. […]
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