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No one else is responsible for your misery. It is just you who have forgotten how vast and beautiful you are.
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Thank you very much for his comments.  I read the book in telugu 3 days back and I am fortunate enough to see and hear Sri M.   It is my pleasure and I am grateful to Sai baba of Shirdi to give me an opportunity to know about Shri M and hear him.   I hope definitely BABA will make the arrangements to meet Shri M. I am thankful to Dr.Hemanathbabu who has initiated me to read the book.  May Sai bless him
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Hand Feed Birds


Red-bellied nuthatchYour backyard birds can be landing on your shoulder and taking food from your hand this winter. With a little encouragement, some birds will accept you as a natural part of their environment—perhaps even as a friend. It's not difficult to win the trust of the guests at your feeders. Here's how to do it.

Begin by filling your feeders at the same time every day, preferably in the early morning, when birds actively seek food. Include a few chopped walnuts or pecans, which many birds relish, where the birds can get at them immediately. Certain birds will catch on and show up soon after you visit the feeder.

On a cold morning, stand or sit quietly for a few minutes about 10 to 15 feet away from the feeder after you put out the food. It's OK to talk, and in fact the birds will learn to associate your voice with food, but avoid sudden movements.

Black-capped ChickadeeAfter a bit of scolding and a few false starts, a bird will come to the feeder. Wow! Jackpot! The first bird gets the treats all to itself. Most likely a chickadee, nuthatch, or titmouse will be your first taker. It's the nature of these inquisitive species to investigate novel food opportunities. Soon others also will come.

Be consistent

Do the same thing on the following days, but stand a foot closer each time. If you don't try to close the gap too quickly, the birds will accept your presence. It's OK to skip a day, or even a week, but the oftener you repeat, the faster the birds will get used to you.

Once the birds are coming to the feeder while you stand right next to it, put your open hand on or next to the feeder. It's OK to wear gloves, provided they're always the same color. When the birds have become comfortable eating near your hand, remove all the food from the feeder and offer the nut pieces on your palm. Be patient. One of the birds will land on the feeder and take a piece of nut from your hand. It may even hop onto your fingers.

red-breasted nuthatchThe first bird that I won over in this way was a female red-breasted nuthatch. She landed as easily as if my bare hand were part of a tree. I will never forget how delightfully her tiny toes prickled my skin. The little bird looked up at my eyes. Pregnant seconds passed, the two of us gauging one another. Then she turned her attention to the nuts on my palm. She picked up and dropped several pieces, until she found the one that pleased her best and flew off with it. She tucked it under some loose bark of a tree for safekeeping and came back for another.

The thrill of success Diane Porter

Moments after the female accepted food from my hand, a male red-breasted nuthatch did the same thing. Before winter's end, I also hand fed a tufted titmouse, several black-capped chickadees, and a downy woodpecker. When I went outside, birds would often come near in the trees and watch me. If I held out a hand, usually a nuthatch or chickadee would land on it to see what I had to offer. Gradually I expanded the area in which the birds would come to me, until it included most of the backyard.

The best time for making progress in this project is early on a cold, sunny morning, especially after an ice storm, which seals away much natural food. Birds will be especially eager at those times to get what you're offering. So bundle up, put on warm socks and boots, and go outside. It's a pleasant exercise. As you wait peacefully, you may see the birds in new ways and observe things you never noticed before.

Start any time of the year. I've hand tamed birds in Southern California who've never seen snow. But I think it goes faster and easier in winter. Whenever it happens, it will be summer in your heart

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26th June 2014  - today I heard   the bhajan at full length and I feel I am a blessed soul.  Who ever here this is a blessed soul and may Swami Samartha bless the singers and the people involved in making this.
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You are free. You are the infinite space. The craving to be free is itself another bondage.
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Omsairam,  Its a very wonderful chanting i ever heard.  May Amol Bawdekar sing so many with the blessings of Sai.  May Ganesh Jadhav writes and composes many more numbers with the help of sai.   I thought we all sat in Dwarakamai and chanted this bhajan.  May Sai bless one and all.
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Omsairam,  Its a very wonderful chanting i ever heard.  May Amol Bawdekar sing so many with the blessings of Sai.  May Ganesh Jadhav writes and composes many more numbers with the help of sai.   I thought we all sat in Dwarakamai and chanted this bhajan.  May Sai bless one and all.
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Why Puppies Like Babies

Introducing dogs and babies properly means your puppy and baby can become great friends. Dogs with babies have positive benefits besides furry love. New studies show that infants that grow up with pets have a much less chance of developing allergies to dogs as they grow up. But clueless pups—and active infants—also have the potential to terrorize or hurt one another. When you expect a new baby (or a visiting infant, perhaps a new grandchild over the Christmas holidays?), prepare your puppy in advance to make sure interactions stay happy.

Most pups are curious about infants because they have so many interesting smells—milk, baby food, poop, what’s not to love? Confident adult dogs often are very tolerant of babies because they recognize that they’re not grown up.

But clueless puppies have no experience with infants or toddlers, which can prove scary if they chase your pet, pull his tail, and make weird high-pitched noises. Babies that crawl may mimic prey behavior in their sounds and actions. Wary pooches may switch into play-aggression or become defensive and try to drive away the scary creature with growls or bites. Neither option is good.

Children also are on the puppy’s level where all of his most prized possessions are at risk. Your new baby won’t know any better than to play with dog toys, climb into the puppy bed or explore the food bowl. It’s a natural behavior for dogs to protect such things, and react with aggression when your infant doesn’t understand the pup’s clearly communicated growls or other body warnings.
Before Baby Comes Home

Expectant moms have nine months to prepare before the infant comes home. Planning ahead of time ensures that new routines, furniture and even some of the smells become familiar to your dogs by the time the baby arrives. Here are ways to help your puppy accept the coming changes.

Let Puppies Explore.
Allow your pets to investigate the redecorated nursery. This is especially true if the pup previously had free access to the room, because banning your puppy may cause behavior issues when they’re left out. Think about puppy-proofing the room so baby toys as well as the diaper pail is out of dog-munching range.

Manage Access.
Install a baby gate in the doorway so your pet can see into the room and be a part of the joy but is kept out when you can’t supervise his actions.

Practice Crying.
Fussy babies sound similar to prey so it can be upsetting for some dogs to hear this. Record infant cries and play back to your pup to acclimate him to the sounds. Your puppy may ignore the sound or act curious, and reward either behavior with calm praise.

Offer Positive Associations.
Give the puppy special treats when he acts in a calm way near the baby’s areas.

Dab On Baby Smells.
Begin wearing baby powder or lotion weeks in advance so your pup associates the scent with a beloved and safe human he already knows.

Adjust Your Schedule.
A new baby throws routine out the window. Prepare your pup so he’s already adjusted to the new timeline, and be sure to include special DOG TIME so he won’t feel totally neglected. While you’re understandably happy, excited (and exhausted!) with a new baby in the house, excluding pets from your joy only confuses them at best.

Give An Advance Sniff.
When the baby finally arrives, bring home something scented with the infant so that your pup has an advance introduction. Bring home a tee shirt or baby blanket.

“Sock” Your Dogs.
No, I don’t mean to hit the puppy. But for nervous pups that might act fearful, use a bit of the Comfort Zone with DAP and spritz on baby socks. That way the footwear contains the canine “no fear” pheromones that helps keep puppies calm. Then have the baby wear the socks, and voila! Your baby now smells like something safe so your dog more readily recognizes the infant as a safe and acceptable member of the household.

Source: http://puppies.about.com/od/Training/a/Puppy-To-Baby-Introductions.htm

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