Thursday, April 13, 2006

Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right!

Its celebration time everywhere…whether its North America, Middle East or even South Asia…people are in celebration mood…

" Tolerance and celebration of individual differences in the fire that fuels lasting love"

I remember in Toronto, the moment Bisakhi comes…all Punjabi crowd…used to celebrate it just like as if there are in Punjab…! There is this radio program which is called ‘punjabi leharein’ a very awesome program with some good educational tips on finance, songs, management and positive thinking aspirations…and in those some times I used to hear people calling and expressing there love for there country and the festivals and food that they miss out there…!

Here there is nothing like that. May be on weekend’s people do have programs but….its not a long weekend !

Today I read this email that was circulated @ work… :D

“India office will be closed tomorrow April 13th and on Friday April 14th in observance of Good Friday. UK office will be closed on April 14th for Good Friday and April 17th for Easter Monday”

gosh!!! And we don’t get any offs….:( what a life!!!
Well, I would like to wish everyone in the world a Happy ''eid milad-un-nabi” , Happy Easter and a very best of New Year to all..!

"The object of a new year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul"

13 comments:

Dr Mishra, RC said...

Hi,
I just tried radio blog on your page,
I selected on of the songs and let them play,I was working in lab, it was a quiet day.I really liked all these songs.
Thanks for putting them for easy access.
Have a nice day
Good bye

KL said...

Welcome to the USA, my Dear :) - a country with world's worst record in terms of holidays :):).

Happy New Year and eid milad-un-nabi (what is this? It's not Eid now!) to you as well :)

sophie said...

well said da
new soul is the thing which matters

Sarah said...

happy new year Fiza... wishing you peace and happiness

Manish said...

grt pics!:)

ishita said...

Hope u have a great year ahead too..:)...wid smiles and joys...

Nagu said...

have a wonderful year ahead.some great pictures as always.

Sujit said...

Happy new year!

Masd said...

Celebtrations amid Confusions in Karachi.

KL said...

Hey Dawn, where are you dear? Taking a 4 day break :P??

Keshi said...

hey DAWN Happy New Year and thanks a ton! Hope u had a great Easter break too - I just got back after 4 days :)

A new soul is a must...never let it get old and boring :) Hugggggggggggggz!

Keshi.

KL said...

Aaaarrrreeeee...eyea...don, kaha haire tu? Kaliye le gaya or kaya :P?

Dawn....सेहर said...

dr r c mishra: Welcome to my blog and radio blog too…am glad that it did made ur time….please do come again…
Cheers

kl: Well…dear later I found out that in US one doesn’t even get holiday on X’mas too…and that is real democratic…and equality don’t u think so ? …I was actually happy when I knew the facts…as even in Canada its Easter Monday holiday….where as US is so true in not giving the holidays…but ppl who want can take it as a holiday and celebrate it…I liked tht kinda idea :D
Thnx n I hope u had a good one too ;)
Cheers

sophia: U gotcha :D
Cheers

immigrant in canada: Thank u dear I wish you all the happiness in the world that you can hold on to :D
May God bless you always
Cheers

manish: Thnx buddy

Cheers

ishita: Thnx so much dear…and I wish you the best today and always :D
Cheers

nagu: Thnx dear and same to u too….am a bit late …(sigh)…but good wishes are always good isn’t it ? :D
Cheers

sujit: Thnx so much and I wish the same to you too dear
Cheers

masd: hmm two different and drastic thing isn’t it ? …well I wish you have a good time
Cheers

kl: No dear no break but busy with work ;)….hope u r had a wonderful break
Cheers

keshi: Hey dear…I read all that ur long weekends…here no holiday …so hope u had gr8 fun.. :D…I will think I had one ;)
hugggggggggz to u my love
Cheers

kl: kl jaani tumne pukara aur hum chale aaye ;)

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