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Learning about Life from Ad Slogans… Part 3

When we watch television we normally avoid watching Advertisements. However, if you watch the advertisement carefully and listen there slogans, many of the Ad slogan gives us Learning about life. We can apply those little slogans in our life and we can surely improve our life.

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Learning about Life from Ad Slogans…Part 1

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Learning about Life from Ad Slogans… Part 2

1. Airtel   : Express Yourself

We must learn to express ourselves. Most of the time we have many things to say, but we fail to express ourselves. This could be because of lack of self – confidence, thinking that what other will say.

Please keep in mind that “ To gain knowledge, we must learn to ask the right questions; and to get answers, we must act, not wait for answers to occur to us.”

 2. LIC: Zindagi ke Saath bhi, zindagi ke baad bhi

We must live such a life that people remember us during our life as well as after our life got over.

3. Airtel– Kyun ki har ek friend jaruri hota hai

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4. Head & Shoulders: You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

Nothing is impossible… Triple century in ODI…

It was 24th February 2010, India vs South Africa 2nd One Day International (Overall ODI no 2962) of the tour of India by South Africa at Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.

Toss: Kallis has called heads, it’s a tail. Dhoni says India will bat.

Sehwag and Tendulkar to open. Sehwag to face Dale Steyn from over the wicket.

The two on-field umpires are Ian Gould and SK Tarapore. They are walking out on to the field along with the players. The man behind the television is SS Hazare.

At the end of 49th Over Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was on 199* and India was on 385/3. India have a mammoth score and while Dhoni’s making hay at the other end, the crowd has its eyes set on just one thing…..

M S Dhoni was on strike for the last over of the inning.

Charl Langeveldt to bowl the final over ….

1st Ball to MS Dhoni … Langeveldt to Dhoni, SIX, but Dhoni’s holding them up, full and wide and it was all wrist this time, just a jab at it sails over the wide long-off boundary, into the stands again.

2nd Ball to MS Dhoni … 1 run, swings it away wide of deep midwicket, every chance of a second as Amla dives to his left but Tendulkar and Dhoni agree mutually to just stick to a single.

And now, Tendulkar’s batting on 199…

3rd Ball of Charl Laneveldt over …. Langeveldt to Tendulkar, 1 run, single to reach the first double-hundred in ODIs, steered behind point, takes off his helmet and waves to the crowd, which is on its feet, so are his team-mates in the dressing room, Tendulkar’s soaking all the adulation.

And that impossible is achieved…..