ram0ram wisdom notes

“I have three precious things which I hold fast and prize.

The first is gentleness;

. Be gentle and you can be bold;

the second is frugality;

be frugal and you can be liberal;

the third is humility,

avoid putting yourself before others

and

you can become a leader among them .” 

-Lao Tzu

(570-490 BC)

 

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sense of where and why?

Good and God’s morning ……..

talking about God ……

one hear following common answers form large and different section of society …..

1. …… not really 

2……. not in a physical God but as some kind of energy yes

3…… I am a Buddhist 

4 ……. some kind of a super power …..may be 

5…… absolutely Atheist 

6…… in totality belive 

7….. spiritual but not ritual ….

8 ….. spiritual but no particular religion 

in my opinion God is neither light nor darkness …….

God is Zero ……

where positive and negative ….. feminine and masculine …… light and darkness …….

appear and disappear  from and for dance divine ….

 to know …..

who I am ?

Clicked this photo in the morning …… as dance divine of light and darkness …….

light moves at 300000 Kilometer per Second and darkness does not move …..

but dance need both ….. and that is beauty ……

also reading a quote from  Eddie Cantor …… and what I learn from it is ……

life is a journey and destination together ……

so have your own question and answers …..

for the solutions  of  life

 love all.

(c) ram0ram 

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path of light 2

Slow down and enjoy life ……..

it is not only the scenery you miss …….

by going too fast ……..

you also miss the  ……

sense of where you are going ……

and

why ?.

Eddie cantor portrait

Eddie Cantor

(January 31, 1892 – October 10, 1964),

born

Edward Israel Iskowitz,  

was

an

American “illustrated song” performer,comedian, dancer, singer, actor and song writer.

Familiar to Broadway, radio, movie

and

early television audiences,

Tennis = love game of God

WTA Brasil Tennis Cup

WTA BRASIL TENNIS CUP

Florianopolis, BRAZIL
Feb 24 – Mar 02

BNP Paribas

2013 BNP PARIBAS OPEN MATCH SCHEDULE

Indian Wells Tennis Garden, Indian Wells, California

March 4 – 17, 2013

WTA Premier Schedule 
March 4-5 – Women’s Qualifying (Free Admission)
March 6-17 – Women’s Main Draw
March 6-16- Women’s Doubles Draw

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Schedule 
March 5-6 – Men’s Qualifying Draw 
(Free Admission on March 5 only)
March 7-17 – Men’s Main Draw
March 8-16 Men’s Doubles Draw 

DAY DATE WTA
Rounds
WTA Tour
ATP
Rounds
ATP Tour
STADIUM
COURT
OUTSIDE
COURTS
DAY EVENING
Mon 4-Mar Qualifying       10:00am
Tue 5-Mar Qualifying Qualifying     10:00am
Wed 6-Mar 1st Rd Qualifying 11:00am   11:00am
Thur 7-Mar 1st Rd 1st Rd 11:00am 7:00pm 11:00am
Fri 8-Mar 2nd Rd 1st Rd 11:00am 7:00pm 11:00am
Sat 9-Mar 2nd Rd 2nd Rd 11:00am 7:00pm 11:00am
Sun 10-Mar 3rd Rd 2nd Rd 11:00am 7:00pm 11:00am
Mon

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Centre Court

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  • Name: BNP Paribas Open
  • Category: ATP World Tour Masters 1000
  • Place: Indian Wells, U.S.A.
  • Date: 07.03.2013-17.03.2013
  • Draw Size: S-96 D-32
  • Surface: Hard
  • Prize Money: $ 4,330,625
  • Centre Court

Tennis Fans Flock To Indian Wells 
The BNP Paribas Open, the first of nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, showcases the best men’s and women’s players at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. With the National 9/11 Flag on display in the first week, the 37th edition of the BNP Paribas Open was the most successful tournament in its history, achieving an attendance milestone of 370,406 fans.

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Tennis Tournament - Sony Ericsson Open - Miami, U.S.A

Sony Open Tennis

  • Name: Sony Open Tennis
  • Category: ATP World Tour Masters 1000
  • Place: Miami, U.S.A.
  • Date: 20.03.2013-31.03.2013
  • Draw Size: S-96 D-32
  • Surface: Hard
  • Prize Money: $ 4,330,625

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Tennis Tournament - Sony Ericsson Open - Miami, U.S.A

A Favourite Among Fans And Players 
The 12-day Sony Open Tennis boasts the participation of the world’s top men’s and women’s players, and has become the place to be seen in Miami. The tournament broke its all-time attendance record in 2012, with 326, 131 fans turning out for the two week…

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KVITOVA

WINS

10 th WTA TITLE

IN

DUBAI

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova won her first title in six months when she beat Sara Errani 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 in the Dubai Championships final on Saturday.

Kvitova also beat the Italian en route to her previous title — her ninth — in New Haven on the eve of the U.S. Open.

Despite her improving game, Kvitova downplayed her latest success.

“I am not thinking like this is a turning point or turning tournament for me,” said Kvitova, who won Wimbledon in 2011. There are “a lot of great players in the top, and that’s hard to beat them. I’m still thinking about my game. That’s the priority for me.”

“She was hitting so strong, making winners everywhere,” Errani said. “I had to change something to try to win the match, and I did in the second…

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OPEN 13 2013

TSONGA DENIES BERDYCH

FOR

MARSEILLE CROWN;

MARSEILLE, France — Jo-Wilfried Tsonga saved a match point before overcoming top-seeded Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic 3-6, 7-6 (6), 6-4 Sunday in the final of the Open 13.

The third-seeded Frenchman won his first title of the season and 10th of his career.

“That means much more than a 10th title,” said Tsonga, who also won the tournament in 2009. “I could feel it coming. I’ve worked hard. It rewards my efforts at the beginning of the season. That’s great. I play better than last year.”

Tsonga hired Roger Rasheed of Australia as coach last October in an effort to improve his game.

“This one was very close, I had very big chances,” said Berdych, who led the Czech Republic to the Davis Cup title last year. “I was unlucky, I wasn’t able to make them. It just happens sometimes.”

 

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