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Kadhal

oru thuli visham,
oru thuli inbam,
oru thuli thunbam,
oru thuli verumai,
oru thuli yekkam,
oru thuli nadpu,
oru thuli pagaimai,
athan peyar kathal…

Vazhkai paadam

mazhaiyin tural,
mannin vaasam,
malalaiyin sinangal,
taayin anbu,
nadpin azham,
kadhalin inbam,
pirivin thunbam,
ellam vazhkaiyin paadame

7 Reasons Women Lose Their Hair

Let me make one thing clear:
women, if
you are experiencing hair loss, please
know that you are not alone!

Women’s hair can thin for a variety of
reasons, and yet the topic is still far
less openly discussed than male hair
loss. In many cases, though, the causes
are diagnosable and treatable, making
it particularly important that women
discuss hair loss with their doctors.
First, let’s consider some common
factors that can cause and contribute
to hair loss:

Low iron levels: Iron deficiency, with
or without anemia, can lead to hair
loss. Do not simply start taking an
iron supplement without having your
iron checked by a physician because too
much iron can also lead to health
problems.
Thyroid disorders: Both an overactive
and an underactive thyroid can lead to
hair loss.
Low estrogen levels: Many women
experience hair loss during and after
menopause, when estrogen levels begin
to drop. Other hormonal changes —
changes in oral contraceptive use, for
example — can also trigger hair loss.
Post-pregnancy hormonal changes:
Similarly, new moms may find that
they’re shedding a lot of hair in the
first one to six months after delivery,
when their estrogen levels return to
normal. Actually, what seems like
excessive hair loss is really hair’s
natural growth cycle regulating itself,
as high hormone levels tend to keep
women from losing normal amounts of
hair during pregnancy.
Telogen effluvium: This is the general
term for sudden, temporary hair loss as
a result of recent stress or surgery,
which typically occurs around two
months after the causative event or
illness. (It may also be used to
describe sudden hair loss as a result
of other factors on this list, such as
post-pregnancy hormonal changes.)
Medications: Many medications may lead
to hair loss. If this is a concern,
talk to your doctor about potential
alternatives
High levels of vitamin A or selenium:
There is rarely any reason to take more
of these nutrients than you’d find in a
good multivitamin.
Several recent studies of men have
found that smoking also seems to
increase hair loss. I don’t know of any
similar studies in women, but one thing
is clear: Smoking is harmful for a
multitude of reasons, whether or not
increased hair loss is among them!

The best plan of action for anyone
experiencing hair loss is to determine
the Read the rest of this entry »

Our Karma

Karma means “action” or any
action that
brings a reaction that binds us to the
material world. Although the idea of
karma is generally associated with
Eastern philosophy, many people in the
West are also coming to understand that
karma is a natural principle, like time
or gravity, and no less inescapable.
For
every action there is a reaction. If we
cause pain and suffering to other
living
beings, we must endure pain and
suffering in return, both individually
and collectively.

We reap what we saw, in this life and
the next, for nature has her own
justice. No one can escape the law of
karma, except those who understand how
it works.

To understand how karma can cause war,
for example, let’s take an illustration
from the Vedas. Sometimes a fire is
started in a bamboo forest when the
trees rub together. The real cause of
the fire is not the trees but the wind
that moves them. The trees are only the
instruments. In the same way two
nations
are not the real causes of the friction
that may exist between them, the real
cause is the karma generated by the
world’s supposedly innocent citizens.

According to the law of karma, the
neighborhood supermarket or hamburger
stand has more to do with the threat of
war than anything else does. We recoil
with horror at the prospects of nuclear
war while we permit equally horrifying
massacres every day inside the world’s
automated slaughterhouses.

The person who eats an animal may
say “I
haven’t killed anything” but when
buying
neatly packaged meat at the superstore
you are paying someone else to kill for
you, then both of you bring upon
yourselves the reactions of karma.

Can it be anything but hypocritical to
march for peace and then go to
McDonald’s for a hamburger or go home
to
grill a steak or have ‘Chicken tikka or
chicken biriyani’? This is the very
duplicity that George Bernard Shaw
condemned:

We are living graves of murdered beasts
Slaughtered to satisfy our appetites
We never pause to wonder at our feasts
If animals like men could possibly have
rights.
We pray on Sunday that we may have
light,
To guide our footsteps on the paths we
tread.
We are sick of war; we do not want to
fight,
And we gorge ourselves upon the dead.

Ahimsa allows the animal to live a
natural evolutionary progress. However
if it is killed it will need to return
to live out the rest of its life in
that
same species.

Those who understand the laws of karma
know that peace will not come from
marches and petitions, but rather from
a campaign to educate people about the
consequences of murdering innocent
animals not to mention unborn children.

God is the life giver and only he
decided when to take it back……

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Thinking out of the Box @ Jokes

Q. How can you drop a raw egg onto a
concrete floor without cracking it?

A. Concrete floors are very hard to
crack!

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Q. If it took eight men ten hours to
build a wall, how long would it take
four men to build it?

A. No time at all it is already built.

**********
Q. If you had three apples and four
oranges in one hand and four apples
and three oranges in the other hand,
what would you have?
A. Very large hands. (Good one)

**********
Q. How can you lift an elephant with
one hand?
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How Love Hurts

You told me that you loved me, you
told me that you always will.
Then one night as I sit home waiting
for you to call I heard that you Read the rest of this entry »

telephone call joke .

**’Hello?’**

**’Hi honey.**
**This is Daddy.**
**Is Mommy near the phone?’**

**’No, Daddy.**
**She’s upstairs in the bedroom with
Uncle Paul.’**

**After a brief pause,**

**Daddy says,**
**’But honey, you haven’t got an Uncle
Paul.’**

**’Oh yes I do, and he’s upstairs in
the room with Mommy,**
**Right now.’**

Brief Pause.

**’Uh, okay then, this is what I want
you to do.**
**Put the phone down on the table, run
upstairs**
**And knock on the bedroom door and
shout to Mommy**
**That Daddy’s car just pulled into
the driveway.’**

**’Okay, Daddy, Just a minute.’**

**A few minutes later**
**The little girl comes back to the
phone.**

**’I did it, Daddy.’**

**’And what happened, honey?’ **

‘Well, Mommy got all scared, jumped
out of bed with Read the rest of this entry »

Reason Why Never Visit A 5* Hotel

Question : “What would you like to
have ..Fruit juice, Soda, Tea,
Chocolate, Milo, or Coffee?”

Answer: “tea please”

Question : ” Ceylon tea, Herbal tea,
Bush tea, Honey bush tea, Ice tea or
green tea ?”

Answer : “Ceylon tea ”

Question : “How would you like it ?
black or white ?”

Answer: “white”

Question: “Milk, Whitener, or
Condensed milk ?”

Answer: “With milk ”

Question: “Goat milk, Camel milk or
cow milk”

Answer: “With cow milk please.

Question: ” Milk from Freeze land cow
or Afrikaner cow?”

Answer: ” Um, I’ll take it black. ”

Question: ” Would you like it with
sweetener, sugar or honey?”

Answer: “With sugar”

Question: ” Beet sugar or cane sugar ?”

Answer: “Cane sugar ”

Question:” White , brown or yellow
sugar ?”

Answer: “Forget about tea just give me
a glass of water instead.”

Question: “Mineral water or still
water ? ”

Answer: “Mineral water”

Question: “Flavored or non-flavored ?”

Answer: “I’ll rather die of thirst