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Human Being
by Dr. Sivanand Veluri
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It's not where you live,
But how you live.

It's not what you earn,
But how you earn.

It's not what you give,
But to whom you give.

Not what you wear,
But what you bear.

Not what you see,
But what you foresee.

It's not what you teach,
But what you practise.

Not the length you live,
But the strength you give.

You come without a name,
But can go with fame.

All you need, you man,
Is to be a little more humane.

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February 28, 2012
More By: Dr. Sivanand Veluri
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Comment True! Dr Sivanand ...a perfect piture.

madhavi
02/28/2012 23:35 PM




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