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50 Most Influential Indians 2020 by Fame India Magazine and Asia Post

asiannewsagency - 19 hours ago

New Delhi: The list of ‘50 Most Influential Indians’ compiled by Fame India Magazine and Asia Post is based on a survey of 12,000 respondents across India. With 99.6 percent people voting/giving views in his favour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most influential Indian and a mass leader.


If we ask you to find a platform that has Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren, Kerala CM P. Vijayan,  Mukesh Ambani ,  Ratan Tata & Ravish Kumar together in it, then you may certainly have a tough time in doing it. But we have one for you.  Fame India Magazine and Asia Post  have together compiled a list of ‘50 Most Influential Indians.’


“The list is based on a survey that saw 12,000 respondents take part. These respondents, chosen from across the social, intellectual and professional lines included writers, artists, bureaucrats, senior journalists, social activists and businessmen. The man who has topped the list should not come at all as a surprise because he is not just the most influential Indian in India at this time but probably most influential Indian in the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi. With 99.6 percent people voting/giving views in his favour, he is the most influential Indian and a mass leader,” informed Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor AAFT University of Media And Arts and part of Fame India Selection Board.


Hindi heartland Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been liked by 97 percent of the respondents for his honest image and administrative qualities. Home Minister Amit Shah gets thumbs up from 96.5 percent for his determination, ability to take tough decisions and implement them. India’s well-known industrialist Ratan Tata has secured the fourth position with 95.2 percent votes. Mostly, people chose him on the basis of his social responsibility and astute entrepreneurial abilities. The fifth is Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, the richest man in India. He was chosen by respondents primarily for his contribution towards making the power of the Internet grow deeper in society.


For his efforts towards successfully containing COVID-19 spread in the state, Kerala Chief Minister gets the sixth position. Sri Sri Ravishankar, spiritual leader and messenger of world peace secured the seventh position. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has successfully made to the top 10. Respondents voted him for his clean image and efforts towards self-reliant India in defense manufacturing. The man of all seasons, NSA Ajit Doval, has secured the ninth spot, while Odisha chief minister who enjoys a great connect with common people, Naveen Patnaik comes 10th on the list. PM Modi’s handpicked man PK Mishra, his Principal Secretary is on the 11th position for his managerial skills and effective execution. The young and effective Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Heman Soren, is the 12th, and Delhi CM Arvind  Kejriwal has found the 13th place on the list.


Editorial director of Fame India Magazine, US Sonthalia on the preparation of the list said “There were a total nine heads including personality, impact, vision, image, pro-development outlook and efforts towards upliftment of the society under which we have carried out the survey to select these 50 most influential Indians of 2020. The number of respondents was around 12000 which includes people from the varied field like social work, theatre, cinema, art, journalism, industry, commerce and cooperative. Fame India’s objective behind acknowledgement of such people is to set a high-performance standard for the rest in the society”.


Founder of AAFT Sandeep Marwah said “These 50 Indians are the torch-bearers of the New India that we think of creating. The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand. These people are the living example of it”.


Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister who will always talk of growth, development and is known to be the man of his words, is 14th. For making positive reforms in Railways, Piyush Goel gets the 15th rank. ‘Sushasan Babu’ Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is the 16th for his pro-development governance in the state. Former health minister and BJP’s national president JP Nadda is the 17th, current Health Minister Dr Harshvardhan is the 18th, Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla is the 19th, while Baba Ramdev who has taken ‘swadeshi’ to new heights is the 20th influential man on this list.


NDA secured 37.36 percent votes in 2019 Lok Sabha polls and got 303 seats. While Rahul Gandhi-led UPA got 19.01 percent of the total turnout and managed to take the tally to 52. The brighter side UPA got eight more seats than 2014. Rahul Gandhi, being the face of the largest Opposition party, secured the 21st spot. Isha foundation’s head spiritual leader Sadguru Jaggi Vasudevan is 22nd. Bollywood star Akshay Kumar is 23rd. Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Coal & Mines Pralhad Joshi has started a wave of reforms in the sector and thus gets 24th position, while Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar is 25th on the list.


Chief Minister of Goa and the suave politician Dr Pramod Sawant is 26th, Punjab Chief Minister and man of action Captain Amrinder Singh is 27th, Minister of State (IC) for Power and Renewables RK Singh is 28th and effective bureaucrat Ajay Bhalla (IAS) is the 29th on the list. The 30th on the list is Health Secretary Priti Sudan (IAS) who has been hitting headlines for all the good reasons of late. Dr Ajay Kumar (IAS), who has been immensely effective as Secretary Defence Manufacturing and Secretary Defence, has secured the 31st spot. India’s first Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, the industrialist Gautam Adani, Pharma giant Cadila’s owner Pankaj Bhai Patel, Sajjan Jindal, Founder of Avenue SuperMarts Radha Krishna Damani, T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar, Industrialist much accessible to common people Anand Mahindra, Sulabh International’s founder Dr Bindeshwar Pathak and IFFCO’s MD & CEO Dr US Awasthi have been placed between 32nd to 40th in the list. Dr Awasthi is the only name from the cooperative sector to have made it to the list.


An IAS officer of 1987 batch (MP cadre) and Managing Director of Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Ltd (TRIFED) Pravir Krishna gets the 41st spot on the list. Krishna has the credit of steering the federation towards profitable avenues. Secretary Biotechnology department Renu Swarup (IAS), ISRO president K Sivan and Director of the National Institute of Virology Priya Abhraham have made it to the 42nd, 43rd and 44th spots in the list, respectively. On the 45th position in the list is PayTM Founder & CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma. Apart from having been featured in the Time Magazine’s list of 100 Most Influential People, Sharma also has India’s digital payment revolution to his credit.


ICMR’s Dr Nivedita Gupta who has played a crucial role in strategic planning to augment the testing capacity for COVID-19 in India is the 46th on the list. AIIMS director Dr Randeep Guleria, Editor-in-Chief of Hindustan newspaper Shashi Shekhar, Magsaysay awardee journalist Ravish Kumar and Founder-Owner of Republic TV Arnab Goswami have secured the 47th, 48th, 49th and 50th spots on the list of most influential Indians 2020, brought to you exclusively by Fame India with Asia post as the research partner supported by AAFT University of Media And Arts.


Sandeep Marwah Chair Hindi Journalism Day on 30th May

asiannewsagency - 1 day ago

New Delhi: The Hindi Journalism Day (Hindi Patrakarita Diwas ) is celebrated every year on May 30 in India to mark the beginning to journalism in Hindi language. This time Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of International Journalism Centre Chair the event designed by RJS Media on web.


“On this date, in 1826, the first Hindi-language newspaper of India “Udant Martand” was published from Calcutta by Pt. Jugal Kishore Shukla. Though, due to financial problems, the newspaper couldn’t publish for long. In 2016, the Hindi Journalism has completed its 190 years in India,” informed U.K. Manna senior journalist Secretary of the organization.


“All praise goes to all those journalists who all are putting their best from print, radio and television departments, in this dangerous time of Corona Virus and informing the country with best of the information possible. They deserve a lot of appreciation and we all must extend our best wishes for their good health,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah.


The country is going though the pain and agony because of Covid 19, I am sure a new guide to humanity will soon transpired out of this distress situation the way Geeta was generated after Mahabharat,” added Dr. Marwah also Chancellor of AAFT University of Media An Arts.


The political, social and economical condition of the country is not upto the mark. The subsidies granted by Government does not include any help and support to media persons and small newspapers. Our sufferings are larger than any other medium and industry,” expressed senior journalist Arvind Kumar Singh from Rajya Sabha Television.


“We have to be confident of our caliber. Our experience will support us and I am sure every thing will revive back after a year or so. We have to bear the pain for one more year,” said Onkeshwar Pandey a well-known Senior Journalist from New Delhi.


Dr. Sunil Mittal renowned psychologist very explained the current situation and its effect on mind and body. He requested all the journalist to have patience and take care health and try to keep themselves busy with creative and constructive work.


Aditi Tondon and many others also expressed their views during the session. RJS announced Achievement Award for the main speakers of the Webinar. The journalists from all over India attended the event.


Noida Film City Most Appropriate For Film Productions Post Covid 19

asiannewsagency - 2 days ago

New Delhi: ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry organized a webinar to discus the new opportunity created by Covid 19 for film makers to use Delhi-Noida as the second centre for film productions in India after Mumbai.


“We saw this dream many years back and a film city was created with every possible technique available for pre production, production and post production. Record number of programs including feature films, advertising films, corporate films, television serials, Documentaries and everything to do with news and current affairs have been produced here so far. Noida film city offering every need of the producer, director, cinematographer and post production now. You just have to make your mind to be here with us in Noida,” said Sandeep Marwah founder of film city and president of ICMEI.


“We would like to create Noida Film City as the hub of Hindi and regional cinema which can comfortably include Punjabi Cinema, Haryanvi Cinema, Himachali Cinema, Rajasthani Cinema, Bhojpuri and many other lovable languages from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttrakhand, can also be part of it. We have tried many times but now it is the time to go in a big way,” said Ashok Tyagi Secretary General of ICMEI.


“I am already impressed by the infrastructure, facilities and a massive cooperation from the people when you shoot a feature film here. I have completed my Haryanavi Film and would love to do my next also here,” said Yashpal Sharma Producer Actor from Mumbai.


Renowned faces from the industry Actor Model Anchor Yash Gera, Sudhanshu Pandey, Shweta Padda from Mumbai showed their excitement and approve the idea of coverting Noida Film city into a hub centre for feature films., popular actor from Delhi Shreshtha Banerjee offered her full cooperation in supporting the issue.


Sandeep Marwah informed that feature films like Sahi Kaha Tumne, Aaghat, Nimantran, Prashan, Coffee House, Arial and few more have been produced by Marwah Films And Video Production earlier.


Sandeep Marwah First From Media Industry To The post of Chancellor

asiannewsagency - 3 days ago

New Delhi: Dr. Sandeep Marwah is the first Indian from the most glamorous Media And Entertainment Industry to reach to the highest designation in education of being Chancellor of the University disclosed during his interview with Author Sherry.


Dr. Sandeep Marwah is the founder of Noida Film City, founder of first professional film studio of North India- Marwah Studios, he is the founder Director of first private film school of the country- Asian Academy of Film And Television and now first person from media and Entertainment Industry to be nominated by the Government to the post of the Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts.


“I have been in education since 1993. We started as a boutique institution and in 2003 added the first film degree college to our education group. In 2004 I was nominated as the first Vice Chancellor from Media And Entertainment Industry for University of Media And Arts. Now I have been designated as First Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios.


Author Sherry interviewed Dr. Marwah and made him speak about his school, college and professional life. The interview also covered Dr. Marwah’s seven World Records in Media.



Sandeep Marwah Addressed Architects of India in Webinar

asiannewsagency - 4 days ago

New Delhi: More than 400 architects and designers from all over India and abroad participated in a webinar organized by Surfaces Reporter a well known magazine to discuss workspaces in Post Lockdown World.


“There is going to be a tremendous change in the whole architecture of offices and houses, shops and malls as Covid 19 is now going to stay for some more time. You need to have space for social distancing and probably all large gathering will now shift to webinars and other applications on computers,” said r, Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and founder of Noida Film city as a special invitees in the national conference of Architects.


Sandeep Marwah explained about the film studios, cinema theatres, filmy offices, auditoriums for events, open theatres etc. might need change after lockdown is over.


Anil Khaitan Chairman ASSOSHAM Start up Committee and Chairman Sunil Health Care Limited, Raman Sikka Principal Architect Sikka Associates, Shresth Kashyap Director KNS Architects (P) Ltd, Jimmy Mistry Chairman Della Group, Tateo Nakajima Director Arup London, Sudheera Mure Director Interiors KGD Architect, Kshitij Limaye Executive Director Sankalpan Infrastructure (P) Ltd were also speaker on the occasion.


The event was moderated by Vertica Dvivedi the Editor in Chief of Surfaces Reporter Magazine and founder WADE Asia.



Been a minute.

jasonviva - 5 days ago

I don't know if anyone even uses this site anymore. Browsing through this site, it's interesting to see profiles that haven't been updated in years. Fridae is like a snapshot in time, storing all our low-resolution photos, long before smartphones and Grindr and instant sex starting taking over. I miss the slow chase of these kinds of sites, slowly peeling away layers, gazing at a profile photo, thinking whether you'd like to meet and get to know someone before bedding them, or maybe not even sexual thoughts at all...but who am I kidding? It always comes down to sex, doesn't it?



Sandeep Marwah Speaker at Management Education And Research Institute

asiannewsagency - 5 days ago

New Delhi: Renowned media person Dr. Sandeep Marwah was the special invitee at Management Education And Research Institute Delhi to address the students of Communication, Design and management during this period of lockdown to motivate for better living.


“This is a special time you can have a wonderful bonding with your family. Get into the roots of your family tree and learn how your patents have worked hard to get you to this position. It is an opportunity to pay your gratitude to the nature for all that you have been served with,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios.


In answer to the questions asked by students Dr. Sandeep Marwah narrated his story of success, formation of Noida Film City, Marwah Studios and now AAFT University. He explained that there is no alternate to hard work. All problems can be tackled with love and with pleasing nature. Only strong determination can get to you your goals.


The program was devised by Dr. Dilip Kumar of MERI and conducted by Dr. Vipin Gaur General Secretary of News Paper Association of India.


Sandeep Marwah Addressed New Group of SheConnects

asiannewsagency - 6 days ago

New Delhi: “No doubt life is full of troubles, hindrances, obstacles, pains but only those get success who molds his thinking to the positive side of life. Corona virus has made every thing stand still but we all still have to live within given circumstances. If a man cannot understand the beauty of life, it is probably because life never understood the beauty in him. Do not let your difficulties fill you with anxiety, after all it is only in the darkest nights that stars shine more brightly,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah addressing the new members of SheConnects.


“Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties. Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence,” added Dr. Marwah while giving some wonderful examples from his own life.


Anju Handa President of She Connects conducted the program. A talk was followed by question answer session. Later Sandeep Marwah invited all the ladies to be part of Radio Noida 107.4Fm where they can talk about their life experiences and success stories.


Sandeep Marwah on The Jury of Bhartiya Chitra Sadhna Film Festival

asiannewsagency - 1 week ago

New Delhi: Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios, a well known name in film and television Industry, has been nominated as the jury for Lockdown Mobile Movie Making Competition by Bhartiya Chitra Sadhna.


Bharatiya Chitra Sadhana encourages films that promote progressiveness of Indian society with timeless philosophy, Bhartiya values & modern evolvements. To facilitate & promote such films and film-makers, since 2016 it is organizing Chitra Bharati Film Festival at different cities of India.


This time the subjects were related to Covid 19. Large numbers of films have been received, the winning films will be projected in a separate function.


“I had the pleasure to see all the films which were received by the festival in three different categories. The results are ready to announce. I must appreciate the involvement of so many young film makers in this subject,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah.


Atul Gangwar Head Delhi University Film Appreciation Society, Dr. Rakesh Yogi Professor with Makhanlal Chaturvedi University, Yadu Vijayakrishnan Parmeshwaran renowned Cinema Photographer, Parijat Kaul Consultant at Prasar Bharati Broadcasting Corporation of India and Rati Dhillion educationist are other members of the jury. Arun Kumar a theatre personality and Trustee Bhartiya Chitra Sadhna coordinated the event.


Africa Day Celebrated on 25th May on Line

asiannewsagency - 1 week ago

New Delhi: “We are grass root workers and our job is to execute and support the vision of our Prime Minister to have best of the relations with all the countries of Africa,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of ICMEI and Patron to Indian Council For Human Relations on the occasion of celebration of Africa Day which falls on 25th May.


“We have announced 54 scholarships for the deserving students from all the countries of Africa to come and study at AAFT University of Media And Arts. We have also sectioned and provided space and time on our Radio Station- Radio Noida 107.4Fm and MSTV to highlight all these countries and our relations,” added Dr. Marwah Chairing large number of Indo African Associations.


Needless to say Sandeep Marwah has already been to Nigeria, Egypt and Senegal on a state visit and been appointed as consultant for starting a film school in these countries. Dr. Marwah is now the International Patron to Actors Guild Nigeria, Chair to Indo African Students ‘s Association in India and has conducted large number of programs for the country like Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, Sudan, South Africa, Senegal, Rwanda, Lesotho, Ghana, Gambia, Gabon, Comoros and others as Chair for their cultural forums.


Marwah Studios has attracted delegates from almost 45 out of 54 Nations of Africa though different festivals and international summits. International Film And Television Research Centre of Marwah Studios could also involve all the 54 African countries in Cinema, Fashion and journalism Research.


The Chief guest of the occasion was MP and Former Union Minister for Tourism Government of India k Alphonse who spoke about our strong and healthy relations with African countries., H.E. Maj. Gen. Chris S. Eze High Commissioner of Nigeria, H.E. Dr. G.M. Chipare Ambassador of Zimbabwe and H.E. Mrs Jdith K.K. Kan’goma Kapijimpanga Ambassador of Zambia also expressed on the subject of Africa Day. They all remembered and paid their gratitude to Mahatma Gandhi.


Mahaveer Singavi Joint Secretary MEA, Consul General of Comoros K.L.Ganju, H.E. Josphine Patricia – Ehya Charge d’ Affairs of Gabon, Hervee D. Coulibally Minister council Burkina Faso, S.S. Malhotra Honorary Consul of Lesotho, Abdul Hussain IFS Council General of Uganda in Bangladesh, Jorge E. Castro IRS, Jayaprakash, K.V. Rajan former Ambassador to Nepal, Wg cdr Praful Bakshi, Rajat Kapoor founder Indian diaspora club and Subhash Goyal of Stic Travels were present there.


The event was Chaired by Aruna Oswal, Initiate by k L Malhotra, coordinated and conducted by Gaurav Gupta who also read the message of Ambassador of Eritrea the Dean of African diplomats in India.


ICMEI Celebrated World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

asiannewsagency - 1 week ago

New Delhi: “Cultural events cancelled, cultural institutions closed, community cultural practices suspended, empty UNESCO World Heritage sites, heightened risk of looting of cultural sites and poaching at natural sites, artists unable to make ends meet and the cultural tourism sector greatly affected. The impact of COVID-19 on the cultural sector is being felt around the world,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah president of Marwah Studios and Patron to IFUNA- Indian Federation of United Nations Associations in a meeting with cultural heads of different schools on line.


“This impact is social, economic and political – it affects the fundamental right of access to culture, the social rights of artists and creative professionals, and the protection of a diversity of cultural expressions,” Dr. Marwah added also known as Global Cultural Minister.


During this time of mass confinement, billions of people are turning to culture as a source of comfort, well-being and connection. There has been a surge in the creation of, and access to, cultural content online – from virtual visits to museums and galleries, streaming of films and even community choirs via social media – showing its fundamental role as a source of resilience for communities. Major crises throughout history have often given rise to a renaissance of culture and an explosion of new forms of creativity, so vital for human progress.


Three-quarters of the world’s major conflicts have a cultural dimension. Bridging the gap between cultures is urgent and necessary for peace, stability and development.


“Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only with respect to economic growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life. This is captured in the culture conventions, which provide a solid basis for the promotion of cultural diversity. Cultural diversity is thus an asset that is indispensable for poverty reduction and the achievement of sustainable development,” expressed Dr. Sandeep Marwah forcefully.


The day provides us with an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the values of cultural diversity and to advance the four goals of the UNESCO Support sustainable systems of governance for culture, Achieve a balanced flow of cultural goods and services and increase mobility of artists and cultural professionals, Integrate culture in sustainable development frameworks, Promote human rights and fundamental freedoms.


Dying Young.

AshleyJo - 1 week ago


One of the many Qs pertaining to death that have always gone unanswered is Why do ppl die young? And they all seem to be at a very happy stage of their lives or abt to embark on yet another significant phase of life's journey.

The first wake I attended was that of a JC mate who passed on when he was abt to go on to yr 2. He was an athletic guy and collapsed one fine day at home while not doing sports. I was not close to him but I remember vividly the sadness I felt when I witnessed how his parents & younger sis cried for him while sending him off during the funeral. It was then that I had an inkling of death not being as dreadful and painful to the dead than it is to the living.

It came as a bad surprise when E informed me of J's sudden death last week. To think that I last saw J just a few mths back when he was looking perfectly fine and he's not even 60 after all, I can't help but question the mystery of life & death once again. I'm not close to J at all and neither is E to him but we both feel a certain loss the fact that we used to be part of a community. But when E further shared that she last saw J a few mths back too at the wake of F, I was overcome with sadness and shock. F always reminds me of mum.....both are energetic and feisty, strong women, both have a loving & doting husband, both are mothers to a son & a daughter, both like Sean Connery and were beginning to enjoy grandparenthood when they were afflicted by illness. And they both died young and at the same age.

I wonder how C is coping with F's untimely demise especially when both of them have always been loving just like my folks. Whenever C used to revel in repeating to others his 1st date with F, I would love to finish the story on his behalf with my animated gesture of announcing the title of the movie they watched during their 1st date at the old Lido and each time I finished the story for them, F & C would be so amused by my antics and my photographic memory. Now the movie title can no longer create laughter because the memory of Sean Connery being The Man With The Golden Gun is going to be one of the many beautiful yet heart-wrenching memories to be buried along with F....

Can I ever discern the mystery of God?


Media And Entertainment Industry Back on Its Feet- Sandeep Marwah

asiannewsagency - 1 week ago

New Delhi: A webinar was organized by International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry to discuss the effects of lockdown and planning to open the different segments of industry in next few days.


“Media and Entertainment Industry is the sixth biggest industry in the country with almost turn over of Rs 2,35,000 crores. Around 10 million workers are working in this industry. M& E also supports another ten million people of associated industry like hospitality, Tourism, travel, transport, engineering, fashion & design etc. ,” initiated Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of ICMEI at a webinar with the topic ‘M&E Industry Back on Its Feet’.


“M&E includes Print, Radio, Television, Cinema, New Media, Events, Music and Theme Parks. The worst effected is the cinema when 10,000 theatres are closed and 1.5 crore customers are feeling let down every day. The industry has   occurred a loss of Rs 6000 crores in these 60 days,” added Dr. Marwah.


“I extend my heartiest thanks to few very nice people of the industry who all have gone out of way to support lakhs of daily wages workers of the industry. The migration of these workers means much delay in opening the gates of cinema. The industry cannot function without their support,” said B.N. Tewari President FWICE- Federation of Western India Cine Employees.


“We are thankful to all the media persons who all have been working in the most risky environment and working for television and new media and making M&E industry move further,” We are anxiously waiting for the decision to get into the job but ample precautions now have to be taken at the time of shooting. New changes have to be brought down right from writing to production,”said Virendra Saxena renowned theatre, film and TV artist.”


Indian film industry also has to live with Carona and it has to start with new norms. We, as an industry, have been supporting Government in every issue, Now Government should take care of needy today. We are sure we all will be out of it very soon,” said Gajendra Chauhan renowned actor and former Chairperson FTII Pune.


Ashok Tyagi paid vote of thanks and requested all to be on their toes to start the shootings and completion of last films. Only enthusiasm is the key to success. The session was followed question answers.



Bluemolar - 1 week ago

Psst!... My Love,

You are such a BIG inspiration in my life! I love you. Den❤️


Become a total human person📍

Bluemolar - 1 week ago

I'm not totally impressed by your titles nor the money in your bank accounts. Oh yes they are beautiful, but those things are merely accessories.

I am absolutely impressed by how you treat with respect and dignity those people who cannot give you any benefit, nor can fight you back. This shows your core - your own humanity. That pure soul that was not corrupted by the evils which you have encountered along the way. Instead of corrupting you, your soul used those experiences to make you a better person.

If you are rotten from within, no amount of accessory can ever make you genuinely impressive. On the contrary, if you are a person with genuine compassion, then the accessories of riches and fame will merely be highlighting that beautiful soul of yours which radiates so brilliantly. With or without accessories, YOU ARE AN ABSOLUTELY IMPRESSIVE HUMAN BEING.

Aim to succeed in life, but make sure never to also forget to aim to be a better human being. Yes, put "become a better human being" in your life-goals. This is absolutely important, yet so many people forget so much so that when they have already achieved their goals, they have become like living corpses accessorized by their earthly achievements. They have become mere shadows of the humans they were before they have lost touch with what is most important.

Never forget that the most important life-goal is to become a better version of yourself, inside and outside. Become a total human person. Succeed in your material journey, but succeed also in your spiritual journey. Otherwise, what is the sense of having the entire world, when you have lost your soul?

Start with compassion.



When you help, just HELP📌

Bluemolar - 1 week ago

Try to think of it... You are homeless, so poor that you could not buy your own food. Somebody comes to you and gives you food but a camera sticks right at your face, yes you are now on facebook live and instagram live! For a piece of food or some relief package, the entire world saw how desolate you are. Imagine that feeling.

What am I trying to say? When you help, just help. Don't humiliate others under the cloak of your charitable pretenses. Help from compassion and not from your bloated ego. 

Help without making the others feel like they owe you. 

Help others not to make yourself feel high and the other low. Be truly compassionate. Compassion seeks nothing in return. I know of some truly great people who are gifted with true compassion.

"The sun does not say to the earth 'you owe me.' It just gives."



Be proud❇️

Bluemolar - 1 week ago

Never be ashamed of your job no matter how others think it's ordinary. Never be ashamed of your source of income because the people who judge your source of income won't feed you when you go broke. Be proud of whatever you are doing to feed yourself and your family so long as it is legal and just. There is a serious mental problem with people who judge others' job. Don't mind them. They suffer greatly in their own mental hell even though they live in their so-called palatial homes.




nobusik - 2 weeks ago








Which is which❓

Bluemolar - 2 weeks ago

Walking alone does not mean that you are lost.

Remember that It is better to be a lone lion than a popular sheep.

When it is the right time, a lion creates his pride - his own kingdom. 

A sheep unmindfully goes wherever the herd goes his whole life.

Read that again.



Chilled inside out [20/05/2020]

Carie1123 - 2 weeks ago

It feels good when we are back on track. We could see rainbows and sunshine in most of the things and just be in a chilled mood most of the time. It is not easy, when you are in a bad situation, you just get absorbed and soaked deeper into it. 
Time, patience and understanding is crucial time like that. That is when i have to remind myself again, please do not make hasty decision based on emotion (especially when you are down/upset). Please just stay calm and rational. Decide things when in calm and rational condition.
When the storm is gone, we'll see clear blue sky again. That is when you are thankful you made the right decision. Even if you doubt your decision, do not blame yourself, please. What is done, is done. What will be, will be. Be strong to take the responsibility of any decision/ actions made. If it cannot be corrected, leave it. 
Let's walk with people who choose to be in your life. Those who make effort to participate in our journey. Whether you are in your darkest moments or in your happiest, these are the people who wants to hold your hands and cry with you or be happy for you. 

^_^ let your bad experiences make you an even more loving and caring person 

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