In Wishing you "All the Best":
My interest in the meaning of the word "Pranam" was recently stimulated when it was used in relation to a blog at "linkedin" I've been following about "God" (see http://www.linkedin.com/groups/GOD-4...50156861194243 ).
Pranams/Namaste - The literal meaning of "Pranam" apparently means "to pay so much respect to some one that is equivalent to touching his (or her) feet". Those feet do not need to be touched, necessarily; a word
Updated Jul 16, 2014 at 02:45 PM by a piper too
Having the final eight teams in the quarter-finals of World Cup 2014, it's time now to hold our breath to watch out which ones can place themselves to the semi-finals - one step from the final. The final eight teams are:Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Netherlands, Costa Rica, France and Belgium. When Brazil is faced with the fierce attacking machine of Colombia, Germany is going to face the hardest challenge from the menacing Les Bleus. On the other hand, Argentina is going to have a tough challenge
The thrift collector is someone who through dint of hard work has built integrity around that which he does.
He does his business like clockwork, he is always on the go and seen every day except Sundays making his rounds to collect the amount agreed on as daily contribution from each customer.
The amount agreed on changes at the beginning of each month. He is paid a stipend for keeping the client's monies till it's time to end the circle.
The Thrift collector is
Updated Jul 12, 2014 at 05:33 AM by emj
For Brazil, home advantage can prove to be a big factor behind winning the World Cup. The advantage of a host team is a known fact where home teams have been winning more than fifty percent of the sporting tournaments. Let's find out how actually playing on a home ground can be an advantage for Brazil and disadvantage for other nations.
Among eight of the teams winning the World Cup, six did it on the home soil. When hosted it previously, Brazil ended up as runners-up. Even the less
Africans and most especially Nigerians have a tradition of digging deep when a family member decides to take for themself a wife or a husband and most especially from where am from.
They normally send emissaries to find out more about the family their daughter or their son wants to go into.
You dont just yoke yourself to a family that you know little or nothing about.
I remember the case of a close family and without knowing too much about the girl's