You Strive In Life Only Because Of You,
You Compete With One Who Is Not You,
You Are Your Failure, Your Sorrows,
Your Love, Your Fear, Your Hatred,
Your Wellness & Your Everything,
Look At You For Reasons,
Look At You For Inspiration,
Look At You For Happiness & Joy,
Look At You For What's Life Has Got For You.
Look At YOU 🙂
- Penned by Kovai Kirupakar
I do assume that you have made your buffer for the uncertainty with coverage of life in absence such as Term plan, Life Insurance & Health Insurance. If not plz do these in priority.
Saving & Investment are the 2 key track that can keep your life and goal with focus & forward.
Always keep note on few traditional approach of investment such as PPF, FD, RD, Savings account handy for secured options.
Next look out for lower risk options of investment such as Bonds, Corporate FD, Mutual Funds, Money Back Scheme, Govt. Bonds etc.
Now last on aggressive investment with high risk on Gold, Property, Shares, Futures, Options, Trading, etc
If you are still interested to look for quick money with extra money you shall look out for Gambling online, Horse Race, Lottery other legal means possible.
It’s always better to start early than late, also late than never.
I recall a day sometime back once I was having a conversation with couple of localities few days prior to the election when the campaign was at its peek. The talk was more intense on the vote bank and money laundering.
One of the person started to narrate an incident shared by someone from a nearby village in which the party person (Political Party Representative) was trying to convince the fellow villager (Daily Wager kind off) for an X amount (Say Rs. 1000 per Vote) per voter in a household which has around 4 members.
While the fellow villager insisted the party person to buy a donkey or two instead of money of a person, surprised by the intention the party person asked the fellow villager “What’s that you are planning to do with the donkey?“. The fellow villager replied that “I shall graze that in the open lands & sell its milk for a living“. Agreeing to the urge by the fellow villager the party person left the place enquire the feasibility of the deal.
After a couple of days the party person returned to the fellow villager and yelled in despair “Boss a single donkey cost more than 15k and even accounting to your entire household members vote bank on money terms, it’s not possible“. He also added that “an donkey yields 1-1.5 liters per day & it’s sold at Rs.500 per 100 ml of milk.”
On hearing this the fellow villager replied “Why is that we voters are valued less while a donkey costs more than what a voter is valued for, however in both the cases Donkey & Voter are slaved“.
The party person understood that he had been thought a lesson for his act of exploiting people & left the place with anger.
The entire members along with me who had gathered near by to hear this narrative story burst into laughter.