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ALL YOU NEED IS A PINCH OF INSPIRATION

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INSPIRATION

is everywhere ANDoften in unexpected PLACES you just have to keep your eyes

OPEN


If the stories of your mother read to you in your childhood have inspired you and helped you shape your mind in some ways then... ...turn the pages for more some inspiration and affection!!


INTRODUCT I O N Co u r a g e Acce p ta n ce Affe ctio n

A child’s first steps into a new world are always shaky. But the affection he recieves from evryone around him gives him the courage to move ahead fearlessly. This affection and aaceptance stays with us even when we are grow -up and helps us face new things throughout


Mowgli was lost by his parents in the Indian jungle during a tiger attack, he was adopted by the wolves Mother (Raksha) and Father Wolf, who called him Mowgli the Frog because of his furlessness. Shere Khan the tiger demanded that they give him the baby but the wolves refused. Mowgli grew up with the pack, hunting with his brother wolves. Bagheera befriended Mowgli, partly because Mowgli, being a human, had the power of dominion over beasts: Bagheera could not withstand Mowgli’s gaze. Also, as Bagheera often mentioned, he was “raised in the King’s cages at Oodeypore” from a cub, and thus knew the ways of man. Baloo the bear, teacher of wolves, had the thankless task of educating Mowgli in The Law of the Jungle.

A CHILD HOLDS NO BOUNDARIES WHEN OFFERED AFFECTION A wolf accustomed to moving his own cubs can, if necessary, mouth an egg without breaking it, and though Father Wolf’s jaws closed right on the child’s back not a tooth even scratched the skin, as he laid it down among the little cubs beside the mother.

It is uncertain if Mowgli was in reality the returned Nathoo or not. while Messua would like to believe that her son has returned, she herself realised that this was unlikely.While herding buffalo for the village Mowgli learns that the tiger was still planning to kill him, so with the aid of two wolves he trapped Shere Khan in a ravine, where the buffalo trampled him. The tiger died and Mowgli sets to skin him. Seeing this, a jealous hunter goaded the villagers into persecuting Mowgli and his adopted parents as witches. Mowgli ran back to the jungle with Shere Khan’s hide but soon learns that the villagers were planning to kill Messua and her husband, so he rescued them and sent elephants,buffalo and others.


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I LEARNED THAT COURAGE WAS NOT THE ABSENCE OF FEAR, BUT THE TRIUMPH OVER IT. THE BRAVE MAN IS NOT WHO DOES NOT FEEL AFRAID, BUT HE WHO CONQUERS THAT FEAR.


THE BARE NECESSITIES OF LIFE WILL COME TO YOU IF ONLY SOMEONE GIVES YOU THAT PINCH OF AFFECTION. The first two stories starring Mowgli show him being raised by the Wolves and his mentors, Bagheera and Baloo. Together, they teach him to survive, and Baloo makes him learn all the “Master-Words” so that he can communicate to any creature in the jungle. And what does this get Mowgli? It gets him expelled from the Wolf Pack. See, most of the wolves aren’t that bright, and they let themselves be manipulated by Shere Khan into voting Mowgli off the island—err, out of the jungle. So Mowgli goes to live with other humans. He cries when he leaves the jungle: “I do not know what this is. Am I dying, Bagheera?”, he weeps. Animals, like big boys and baseball players, don’t cry, so this show of human emotion is strange for Mowgli. Mowgli is an outsider in the world of man, too, though—the kid just can’t catch a break. He has to learn the rules of man and their language, because the villagers think he is “as silly and dumb” with them “as a man would be in the Jungle. Of course, they mean dumb as in silent, not stupid; Mowgli is far from stupid. The villagers on the other hand are just as bright as the wolves, so they kick Mowgli out as well after he kills Shere Khan and defies the village’s top hunter.After being rejected by both his tribes, Mowgli ventures into the jungle basically by himself, and must survive as a true lone wolf. Shere Khan continued to regard.


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The law of the Jungle, which never orders anything without reason, forbids every beast to eat man. The reason for this is that man-killing means sooner or later that men will come with guns and set the grass alight, and hundreds of men will scour the jungle for the killer with gongs and rockets and torches. Then, everybody in the jungle suffers.

너희들이 나만큼 인생에 대해 알게 되면 강박적인 사랑의 힘을 과 소평가하진 않을 게다.


RAKSHA

Father Wolf: [hearing Shere Khan roar] That fool! To begin a night’s work with that noise. Does Shere Kahn think that... Mother Wolf: Shh! It is neither buck nor bullock that he hunts tonight - it is man. Father Wolf: Man? Not man on our hunting ground! Mother Wolf: [seeing Mowgli for the first time] How little. How naked and how bold! So this is a man’s cub. Father Wolf: He is altogether without a hair, and I could kill him with a touch of my paw. Mother Wolf: But see? He looks up, and is not afraid.

Father Wolf: Shere Khan does us great honor. What does Shere Khan need? Shere Khan: My quarry - the Man’s Cub. It’s parents escaped me - give him to me! Tabaqui the Jackal: It is his. Give it to him. Father Wolf: The wolves are a free people. They take orders from the head of the pack, and not from any striped cattle killer. The Man’s Cub is ours, to kill if we choose. Shere Khan: You choose and you do not choose! Tabaqui the Jackal: What is this talk of choosing, O master?

Shere Khan: Am I to stand nosing into your dog’s den for my fair dues? Tabaqui the Jackal: Fair dues! Shere Khan: It is I, Shere Khan who speaks! Mother Wolf: And it is I, Raksha the demon who answer. The Man’s Cub is mine - mine to me! He shall not be killed. He shall live to run with the pack, and to hunt with the pack! And in the end, look you, hunter of little naked cubs, frog eater, he shall hunt you. Now get hence, back to your starved cattle, branded beast of the jungle! Go!


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AND HE GREW AND GREW STRONG AS A BOY MUST GROW WHO DOES NOT KNOW THAT HE IS LEARNING ANY LESSONS, AND WHO HAS NOTHING IN THE WORLD TO THINK OF EXCEPT THINGS TO EAT


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Imagine living in a strange place surrounded by strange creatures..seems difficult right? But not so unusual for most of us who grew up watching Mowgli live with wild animals. He taught us that it is possible to survive without the comforts that humans enjoy today. All you need is affectionate friends and ofcourse some BARE NECESSITIES! ;)


BARE NECESSITIES

Look for the bare necessities The simple bare necessities Forget about your worries and your strife I mean the bare necessities Old Mother Nature’s recipes That bring the bare necessities of life Wherever I wander, wherever I roam I couldn’t be fonder of my big home The bees are buzzin’ in the tree To make some honey just for me When you look under the rocks and plants And take a glance at the fancy ants Then maybe try a few

The bare necessities of life will come to you They’ll come to you! Look for the bare necessities The simple bare necessities Forget about your worries and your strife I mean the bare necessities That’s why a bear can rest at ease With just the bare necessities of life


THEY WILL COME TO YOU

Now when you pick a paw-paw Or a prickly pear And you prick a raw paw Next time beware Don’t pick the prickly pear by the paw When you pick a pear Try to use the claw But you don’t need to use the claw When you pick a pear of the big paw-paw Have I given you a clue ? The bare necessities of life will come to you They’ll come to you!

Oh, man, this is really ... So just try and relax, yeah cool it Fall apart in my backyard ‘Cause let me tell you something little britches If you act like that bee acts, uh uh You’re working too hard And don’t spend your time lookin’ around For something you want that can’t be found When you find out you can live without it And go along not thinkin’ about it I’ll tell you something true

The bare necessities of life will come to you Look for the bare necessities The simple bare necessities Forget about your worries and your strife (yeah, man!) I mean the bare necessities That’s why a bear can rest at ease With just the bare necessities of life (yeah!) With just the bare necessities of life (yeah, man!)


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All that is told here happened some time before Mowgli was turned out of the Seeonee Wolf Pack, or revenged himself on Shere Khan the tiger. It was in the days when Baloo was teaching him the Law of the Jungle. The big, serious, old brown bear was delighted to have so quick a pupil, for the young wolves will only learn as much of the Law of the Jungle as applies to their own pack and tribe, and run away as soon as they can repeat the Hunting Verse—”Feet that make no noise; eyes that can see in the dark; ears that can hear the winds in their lairs, and sharp white teeth, all these things are the marks of our brothers except Tabaqui the Jackal and the Hyaena whom we hate.” But Mowgli, as a man-cub, had to learn a great deal more than this. Sometimes Bagheera the Black Panther would come lounging through the jungle to see how his pet was getting on, and would purr with his head against a tree while Mowgli recited the day’s lesson to Baloo. The boy could climb almost as well as he could swim, and swim almost as well as he could run. So Baloo, the Teacher of the Law, taught him the Wood and Water Laws: how to tell a rotten branch from a sound one; how to speak politely to the wild bees when he

A MAN-TRAINED BOY WOULD HAVE BEEN BADLY BRUISED, FOR THE FALL WAS A GOOD FIFTEEN FEET, BUT MOWGLI FELL AS BALOO HAD TAUGHT HIM TO FALL, AND LANDED ON HIS FEET.


came upon a hive of them fifty feet above ground; what to say to Mang the Bat when he disturbed him in the branches at midday; and how to warn the water-snakes in the pools before he splashed down among them. None of the Jungle People like being disturbed, and all are very ready to fly at an intruder. Then, too, Mowgli was taught the Strangers’ Hunting Call, which must be repeated aloud till it is answered, whenever one of the Jungle-People hunts outside his own grounds. It means, translated, “Give me leave to hunt here because I am hungry.” And the answer is, “Hunt then for food, but not for pleasure.” All this will show you how much Mowgli had to learn by heart, and he grew very tired of saying the same thing over a hundred times. But, as Baloo said to Bagheera, one day when Mowgli had been cuffed and run off in a temper, “A man’s cub is a man’s cub, and he must learn all the Law of the Jungle.” “But think how small he is,” said the Black Panther, who would have spoiled Mowgli if he had had his own way. “How can his little head carry all thy long talk?” “Is there anything in the jungle too little to be killed? No. That is why I teach him these things, and that is


A FRIENDS LOVE NEVER ENDS


친구란 무엇인가? 두 개의 몸에 깃든 하나의 영혼이다.

Thou art of the Jungle and not of the Jungle. And I am only a black panther. But I love thee, Little Brother.” Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book


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LAW Hie r a r ch y Hu m a n Kin g


Now that you are grown up you have LAWS LAWS LAWS to be followed everytime everywhere! But remeber even a boy who lived in the jungle had to obey certain rules. These very LAWS of life are the one’s that help you choose the right path. Do you have any LAWS you made to govern yourself?


THE LAW OF THE JUNGLE, WHICH NEVER ORDERS ANYTHING WITHOUT A REASON, FORBIDS EVERY BEAST TO EAT MAN EXCEPT WHEN HE IS KILLING TO SHOW HIS CHILDREN HOW TO KILL.


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The Law of the Jungle, which never orders anything without a reason, forbids every beast to eat Man except when he is killing to show his children how to kill, and then he must hunt outside the hunting grounds of his pack or tribe. The real reason for this is that man-killing means, sooner or later, the arrival of white men on elephants, with guns, and hundreds of brown men with gongs and rockets and torches. Then everybody in the jungle suffers. The reason the beasts give among themselves is that Man is the weakest and most defenseless of all living things, and it is unsportsmanlike to touch him. They say too—and it is true—that man-eaters become mangy, and lose their teeth.

The Law of the Jungle lays down very clearly that any wolf may, when he marries, withdraw from the Pack he belongs to. But as soon as his cubs are old enough to stand on their feet he must bring them to the Pack Council, which is generally held once a month at full moon, in order that the other wolves may identify them. After that inspection the cubs are free to run where they please, and until they have killed their first buck no excuse is accepted if a grown wolf of the Pack kills one of them. The punishment is death where the murderer can be found; and if you think for a minute you will see that this must be so.

The Law of the Jungle lays down that if there is any dispute as to the right of a cub to be accepted by the Pack, he must be spoken for by at least two members of the Pack who are not his father and mother. The Law of the Jungle says that if there is a doubt which is not a killing matter in regard to a new cub, the life of that cub may be bought at a price. And the Law does not say who may or may not pay that price. Am I right?”


BALOO TEACHES MOWGLI THE LAWS

내일은 우리가 어제로부터 무엇인가 배웠기를 바란다.


All that is told here happened some time before Mowgli was turned out of the Seeonee Wolf Pack, or revenged himself on Shere Khan the tiger. It was in the days when Baloo was teaching him the Law of the Jungle. The big, serious, old brown bear was delighted to have so quick a pupil, for the young wolves will only learn as much of the Law of the Jungle as applies to their own pack and tribe, and run away as soon as they can repeat the Hunting Verse—”Feet that make no noise; eyes that can see in the dark; ears that can hear the winds in their lairs, and sharp white teeth, all these things are the marks of our brothers except Tabaqui the

Jackal and the Hyaena whom we hate.” But Mowgli, as a man-cub, had to learn a great deal more than this. Sometimes Bagheera the Black Panther would come lounging through the jungle to see how his pet was getting on, and would purr with his head against a tree while Mowgli recited the day’s lesson to Baloo. The boy could climb almost as well as he could swim, and swim almost as well as he could run. So Baloo, the Teacher of the Law, taught him the Wood and Water Laws: how to tell a rotten branch from a sound one; how to speak politely to the wild bees when he came upon a hive of them fifty feet above ground; what to say to Mang

the Bat when he disturbed him in the branches at midday; and how to warn the water-snakes in the pools before he splashed down among them. None of the Jungle People like being disturbed, and all are very ready to fly at an intruder. Then, too, Mowgli was taught the Strangers’ Hunting Call, which must be repeated aloud till it is answered, whenever one of the Jungle-People hunts outside his own grounds. It means, translated, “Give me leave to hunt here because I am hungry.” And the answer is, “Hunt then for food, but not for pleasure.” People like being disturbed, and all are very ready to fly at an intruder.


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THE 30 LAWS OF LIFE DAVE WILLIS

1. FOLLOW THE RIGHT PATH, NOT THE EASY PATH. 2. FIGHT FOR JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE. 3. CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS WISELY. YOU WILL BECOME LIKE THEY ARE. 4. FINANCIAL DEBT IS A FORM OF SLAVERY. LIVE IN FREEDOM AND AVOID DEBT. 5. RESPECT BOUNDARIES. THEY EXIST FOR EVERYONE’S PROTECTION. 6. SHARPEN AND DEVELOP YOUR GOD-GIVEN SKILLS AND TALENTS. 7. THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS A “FREE LUNCH.” SOMEBODY ALWAYS HAS TO PAY. 8. MONEY MAKES A GOOD SERVANT, BUT A POOR MASTER. DON’T BE RULED BY IT. 9. SHOW PATIENCE AND RESTRAINT. 10. SPEAK TRUTH TO THOSE WHO WILL LISTEN AND DON’T LOSE SLEEP OVER THOSE WHO WON’T. 11. PROTECT THE POWERLESS. THEIR RIGHTS ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. 12. PURSUE KNOWLEDGE AND WISDOM. GAINING THEM IS ALWAYS WORTH THE EFFORT. 13. PARENT YOUR CHILDREN WELL. GIVE THEM BOTH DISCIPLINE AND LOVE. 14. ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH. 15. DEVELOP HEALTHY HABITS WHICH WILL LEAD TO A HEALTHY LIFE. 16. CONTROL YOUR CRAVINGS. DON’T GIVE IN TO UNHEALTHY IMPULSES. 17. RESPECT YOUR ELDERS. THEY’RE PAVED THE WAY FOR YOU. 18. DON’T MISUSE SEX. IT’S A GOD-GIVEN GIFT MEANT EXCLUSIVELY FOR MARRIAGE. 19. DON’T GET DRUNK. “ONE TOO MANY” HAS BEEN THE DOWNFALL OF MANY. 20. CHOOSE RESPECTABLE ROLE MODELS AND ONE DAY YOU’LL BE A RESPECTABLE ROLE MODEL. 21. BUILD A SOLID FOUNDATION IN ALL PARTS OF YOUR LIFE. 22. DON’T BE A “LONE RANGER.” WE NEED MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS. 23. SPEAK LESS, LISTEN MORE. 24. DON’T DO ANYTHING FOR THE WRONG REASONS. MOTIVES ALWAYS MATTER. 25. BE COURAGEOUS IN DEFINING MOMENTS. 26. ALWAYS TREASURE TRUTH AND WISDOM. 27. WHEN YOU FALL, GET BACK UP! THE ONLY WAY TO FAIL IS TO QUIT. 18. DON’T CELEBRATE ANYBODY’S MISFORTUNE. 29. DON’T WORRY. IT DOESN’T DO ANY GOOD 30. HONOR AUTHORITY AND HONOR GOD AS THE ULTIMATE AUTHORITY.


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Learning begins on the day you are born and continues until your last breath. Lika all animals humans also begin learning by developing their senses and eventully sharpen them to develop skills. Although knowledge sources are infinite, it is said that we learn the most from children. Being a Mowgli fan just like you all, i must tell you about the most valuable lesson i learnt from the little boy! His famous tool the BOOMERANG is not just a physical tool but also a something that helps us understand how life is just like the boomerang... WHAT YOU GIVE AWAY IS WHAT YOU GET!


L E ARNING Senses Skills To o l s


B O O M E R A N G

인생은 거울과 같으니, 비친 것을 밖에서 들 여다 보기 보다 먼저 자신의 내면을 살펴야 한다.


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A boomerang world

Some deep thoughts:

It all comes back to you:

As I was sitting outside this morning sipping my coffee and watching the sun climb over the horizon, I looked down and saw a curved stick on the ground that reminded me of a boomerang. Suddenly I was caught up in memories of me as a kid playing for hours on end in my grandfather’s backyard with a small wooden boomerang he had given to me as a gift. Remember when you were a kid, how fascinated you were with boomerangs? (At least I was) You take this flat, curved piece of wood and throw it and then watch in amazement as it curves around in the air and comes right back to you.As ‘miraculous’ as that seemed when we were kids, I’ve found that most of our life is like that. Whatever we throw out there, comes back to us.

If you smile at someone, in almost every case, they will smile back. Try it now with someone nearby and see if it works. If you’re kind toward someone, they will usually be kind in return. Of course, this also works in the other direction.If you complain to someone, they will share their complaints with you. In fact, you may quickly find yourself in a subtle competition to see who is more miserable. If you get angry at someone, they will usually get angry with you. And so on.The fact is, whatever you decide to throw out into the world will usually circle around and land right back at your feet, much like the boomerangs we played with as kids.I have a choice about what I decide to throw out into my world. I have a choice about what I want to land at my feet?

So today and for as many days afterwards as you want, make a conscious choice about what you want to throw out into the world. By doing this, you will be making a choice about what is going to come back and land at your feet. Remember the boomerang and that whatever you throw out there, will come back to you many times over. But here’s the good news and this is really the miraculous part, we actually get more back than what we throw out there. Plant a seed and you don’t just get one seed back. You get hundreds - maybe even thousands!Remember the boomerang and that whatever you throw out there, will come back to you many times over.

We live in a boomerang world If you want more joy throw it out there to someone else and watch it miraculously come back to you. It even works with money. Need money? Give some away. The spiritual leaders from the beginning of time have been telling us this, but most of us are afraid to believe it.It works in just about every area of our life. When we give something away, when we throw it out there it comes back to us.But here’s the good news and this is really the miraculous part, we actually get more back than what we throw out there. Plant a seed and you don’t just get one seed back. You get hundreds maybe even thousands!


Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.

내일은 인생에서 가장 중요한 것 이다. 자정이 되면 내일은 매우 깨끗한 상태로 우리에게 다가온 다. 매우 완벽한 모습으로 우리 곁으로 와 우리 손으로 들어온 다. 내일은 우리가 어제에서 뭔 가를 배웠기를 희망한다.


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