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(2/2) “I reached Bombay, went to the branch of my institute and asked for a job — they said there was an opening! I went for my interview the next day and got the job…I’ll never forget that moment in my life. The next few months were the most gruelling, yet satisfying. I stayed with 5 roommates in a 100 sq feet room in Dadar, with a food budget of about 75 Rupees a day. I worked until midnight during the week and took almost no weekends off — I was studying side by side, so for those initial years, I would stay up till 3 am studying and then go back to work at 9 am the next day! That December, I met a special woman who gave color to my every dreams — it was like the puzzle of my life was finally complete! From the time that I have met her, she has believed in me more than I believe in myself — she didn’t demand anything … not a honeymoon, jewellery or a big house. She had faith in me, herself and our future — in fact, during our wedding days, I would rush home to study as i was appearing for a Law Exam and not once did she complain — I strongly believe, that with the right woman by your side…you can achieve anything! And we did…at the age of 25 I bought my dream home, but I continued to study and grow. Even when my daughter was born, I could only meet her for some time, before rushing to my class — but it’s all been worth it because I can give her all those things that I grew up without. Those years have helped shape who I am today — I value every penny and more than that understand that I'm here today, because of my education. The only way forward was to give back — which is why I pay for the education of 5 underprivileged children. The journey has been incredible. I went from having 500 Rupees in my pocket, to being the associate director at a Fortune 500 company — because I believed in the hustle, and had unwavering faith that someday, despite my current condition…I would make it.”
What Is the Difference Between a Lunge and a Split Squat?🤔🤔 . . Lunges and split squats share similarities that make the two exercises easy to confuse. To understand the differences between them, focus on the muscles they activate and the form considerations of each. The differences may appear subtle, but the exercises differ significantly. Contrasting the two focuses your workout to support your fitness goals. . . THE REAR LEG IS 🔑 In a lunge and split squat, one leg is forward and in front of you, the other leg is behind you. In a lunge, the rear leg is engaged in the exercise. In a split squat, the rear leg is at rest throughout the exercise -- it is not engaged. This is the key difference between the two exercises. A split squat focuses on the exercise entirely on one leg. The lunge uses both legs at the same time. . . Gym: @totalfitnesscessnock @the_mass_performance_centre . . Repping: 🔴⚫️ @massnutritionaustralia @massnutritioncessnock @massnutritionraymondterrace . . Kicks: @adidas.boost🔥 . . Shoutout: 🙋‍♂️ @fit.huntervalley @fitness_meets_health . . . . . #leadbyexample #keen #diet #exercise #bodybuilding #lunges #motivation #pushinglimits #drive #love #instafit #education #success #instahealth #instafit #instagood #squats #determination #follow #sportsscience #compatition #summeriscoming #educationispower #newcastle #coach #love #themassperformancecentre #donuts #sqauts #instahappy #instagood
Let's go together in the bookstore ☺ My favorite place to be in. 😂 BARNES & NOBLE right here in NYC 🙌 And of course the Business section 🙏 I'm stacking knowledge and books 📚 The more you learn,the more you earn. Successful people CREATED their success, they didn't wait for LUCK... You are the one who finds luck... 😊
Thousands of students marched in London yesterday to demand free education funded by taxing the rich. Hansika Jethnani, one of the organisers, said: “Tuition fees are fundamentally illegitimate. Education is a public good, not a product.” Cabinet members have reportedly been considering a number of education reforms before next Wednesday’s budget announcement, including reinstating maintenance grants and reducing or even abolishing tuition fees. #FreeEdNow Photo: Amer Ghazzal/REX Shutterstock
✨L'instinct ~ qu'il est bon parfois d'oublier tous ses principes pour écouter les besoins de son enfant. Little G est bien malade depuis quelques jours, une maladie infantile pas grave du tout mais très douloureuse. Alors depuis mardi on a mis tous nos principes au placard! Cododo, dessins animés, glaces (seule chose qu'il peut avaler), siestes à la demande, bref d'un point de vue extérieur c'est le grand n'importe quoi à la maison! Mais tout ceci n'est que temporaire et me fait prendre conscience du lâcher prise, de l'importance d'oublier le temps d'un instant toutes les choses apprises, tous nos principes d'éducation bien fondés ou non pour revenir au bon sens; ce bon sens que, en tant que parent, on a tendance à oublier car nous sommes souvent trop attaché à vouloir "bien faire". Le retour à la normale va être un peu compliqué certes, mais cette parenthèse nous a fait prendre conscience de certaines choses toute bête du quotidien. Et pour retrouver ce soleil, ce sourire qui m'avait tant manqué, je me dis que ça vaut bien le coup ❤️ • • #parentalite #monlittleg #lacherprise #education #instafamily #mamanlouve