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SOUL MATE 💕 💕
Loving someone and having them love you back is the most precious thing in the world
Love is not an equation
it is not a contract
and it is not a happy ending
Love is the slate under the chalk
the ground that buildings rise
and the oxygen in the air
It is the place you come back to,
no matter where your headed



#amity#love#truelove #lovequote
#relationship #togetherness #eternal
#family #friends #couple
#husband #wife #mother #father #children
#soulmate



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Geek Question of the Day: It's time to check in on everyone's reading this month with our regularly scheduled question; What book(s) are you currently reading and what recently read books/stories would you recommend to your fellow geeks? As always, anything goes. #gqotd

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5 things Americans think about Indians – Which needs to be changed      
What do you think a typical Indian might think about Americans or America? Fancy life, technologically sound, financially stable and lot more. Okie let us turn the plates now, what you think a typical American would think about Indians? One thing is to be admitted, Americans aren’t interested on Indians as we they were interested on them. Indians are in those pursuit of dollars and show lot of enthusiasm to know much about the country and sometimes won’t mind in exaggerating too. Americans aren’t like that. So this portrays they know very less about our country. So what is the deal in knowing what do they actually think about us? Well it is fun to know isn’t it? It is weird to know that many Americans know about India by watching Hollywood movies. Thanks to Indiana Jones, Slum-dog millionaire and other movies. So let us know what Americans actually thinks about Indians and India
All Indians play with Snakes
Jeez! They also think that India is a country of snakes. Well, India homes many reptiles and many species of snakes. The climatic conditions of the country favors for the reptiles and snakes survival. India has many snake catchers but it doesn’t mean that every Indian plays with snakes. Even Indians scare for snakes and reportedly the number of snakes is being decreased in the country.
Indians don’t have time sense
They feel that Indian’s doesn’t follow IST but have their own time standard. We agree that trains in our country run late but we aren’t. We are those few countries who follows the time lines strict. The late was in older times where there were some hurdles in terms of traffic and transportation which kept them late. This generation Indians are very prompt at time.
India is a country of rapes and women harassment
Thanks to the International media which pictures India as a country of rapes and corners the women empowerment programs taking up by government and NGOs. One has to agree that the women harassment is not obsolete in the country but these days the toll has been reduced. Women are fighting back for their rights and there was a lot of awareness in citizens which could promise us for women empowerment very soon.
 All Indians know Yoga
We hardly know that. Yoga is a property of India which could relax you and keep both your body and mind at peace. Yoga being belong to India necessarily doesn’t mean that every Indian know that. To be precise very few practice that and we don’t mind in not taking up the yoga. Do we? No right!
 Indians follow hypocrisy between life and religion
Americans believe that Indians are too religionists and they bond their lives with religion. They also think that they preach philosophy but don’t respect other religions. Well the truth is that this fact is old school thing. Indians are so matured these days. They know how to manage their lives and religion without mixing them. India is a secular country, so do you still think that India would be termed so if the people aren’t respecting other religions?? Million dollar question isn’t it
It is time for all Indians to break these stereotypes and show that Indians are not less to anyone. !!
 
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MAIN STREET IN OSAKA COLORED IN FERRARI RED
 
From F1 demonstration to a Parade of 100 Ferraris

On a clear and beautiful morning last Sunday, more than 450,000 enthusiastic Ferrari owners and fans gathered together in Osaka for the Midousuji Wonder Street event to enjoy the world of Ferrari.

The event, organized on the main street of Osaka at Midousuji, started with an F1 demonstration run by Japanese professional racing driver Shinji Nakano. The Ferrari F2003GA ran beautifully, passing thrilled and cheering Ferrari tifosi.

The highlight of the event was the spectacular parade and display of 100 Ferrari supercars, including a beautiful collection of limited and classic Ferraris such as 5 LaFerrari’s, 13 Dino’s, one Enzo Ferrari and one Ferrari 750 Monza, resulting in the main street of Osaka to be awash in a sea of Ferrari red.

Owners, their families, friends and fans witnessed this historical moment of the Prancing Horse, making it definitely one of the most memorable experiences of the day.
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In the Sebring World Final of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Final, Patrick Kujala (PRO), Corey Lewis (PRO-AM), Ryan Ockey (AM), Jake Rattenbury and Brandon Gdovic (Gallardo PRO-AM and AM) are crowned champions

LBST WF Patrick Kujala

More than 65 cars, five different winners and five titles awarded. The third edition of the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Final, in Sebring, Florida, produced exciting races with top-quality drivers enhancing the considerable level reached by the series in the debut year of the Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo.

Patrick Kujala was crowned the 2015 PRO Champion after an intense finale. The Finn, racing with Bonaldi Motorsport, managed two error-free races that granted him the double after the title won in the European Super Trofeo. Kujala won Race One and ended up second in Race Two behind Patric Niederhauser.

The Raton Racing Swiss driver, twice on pole, ruled Race Two from flag to flag. But his teammate Alberto Di Folco suffered a puncture while racing second behind Niederhauser.

The Antonelli Motorsport duo of Daniel Zampieri and Loris Spinelli managed a second- and third-place finish, achieving second place in the PRO Class ahead of Richard Antinucci and Edoardo Piscopo (Beverly Hills/O'Gara Motorsport).
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