Your talent is your bent towards better focus and clarity in application of a skill. It is mostly natural, but you can hone it over time. Talent isn’t something that you and I can’t learn. It is something that both you and I ALREADY have, but may have failed to discover. For the most part of our life, we remain learners. Our talent is our sphere of flawless application of what we continue to explore and learn.
I have this to say to my parents and gurus: Flowing through the air are the glowing ashes of my smoldering. If the smolders of karma be my destiny, then I am your echo. ... Singing through the dark woods are the verses of this destiny. To make this song of life melodious, I am [...]
There isn’t one tool that I’d pinpoint as the best of all. But based on your organization’s standard processes, requirements, budget, delivery formats, and time at hand, you can still zero in on what software you require for your organization.
Amongst the many benefits that we see a mirrorless has over a DSLR, we must accept the points discussed in this post, although with a pinch of salt. Until the mirrorless category matures enough to address at least the battery and the lens option issues, I would choose remain rather conventional. I agree, this one is as debatable and subjective as one’s taste. Although I would love to promote a newer technology, it is the dependability on the technology that bothers me the most.
As a master weaver for the fabric of story, I can start by weaving my thoughts across in three sentences, and then expand the thought across the whole fabric.
Test Cricket is much like the slow life of the weekend, where you rock on an armchair in your porch, watch dusk set in, enjoy slow music as you sip over wine occasionally, listen to the mild breeze that flows by, and watch the evening hues right through to the void beyond that lies the horizon. It is all about enjoying the journey.