Sunday, July 5, 2020

Paapi Sidhu Moose Wala Ft Rangrez Sidhu Mp3 Lyrics

Paapi song by Sidhu Moose Wala feat Rangrez Sidhu.Song music composed by The Kidd.
Paapi Sidhu Moose Wala

Paapi Lyrics

Oh soch ambran tun ucchi jatt Range
vicho bhar ni vekh karde aa cop
meri kaali car hunde 6 mahine bhar
6 mahine ander biba jaila naal ta jatta
de mudah tu he pyar haan suche suche luche
sade saryan naal pyar rakhe gaddiyan tu mehnge
htayaar methu jede kehnde yaar pappian da paapi
tera rangrez yaar .. tu gallan kare kehdeyan main jitt la
jahan dabiyan na kar tu aa jatt di jaan ni ...

Mere yaar khade piche jatt saadh da front vary
karde aa shuru canada vich betha yaari karda warnt ..
dabiyan naa kar tu aa jatt di jaan ni ..

Sidhu Moose wala ...

Oh dil ni mada .. oh feelinga main chak da ni
fukriyan de pakh da ni banda kera barola das hun dakda ni
pinde utte paye leede bhaave saade goriyan lekha vich paap
mere mundeya te maut aa banda main wrunt fiker ni att da ni
piche mere maut aaa ...pajo murhe duniyan veham mere paldi
Oh chup aa pehchaan sadi bhuta ni boli da ..facebook wali lagod ni
rakhi naal ni ..sade kol jawab ae har kamaroli da ...


Saturday, May 9, 2020

Nike Factory life jackets among safety move

life jackets among safety moves for lifesavers

Brett Wortman
Nike Factory

SURF Life Saving Australia has announced new safety measure Nike Factory s, including the wearing of helmets on boats and life jackets on rescue IRBs, for surf lifesaving competition and activities.

SLSA president Graham Ford said the measures would be introduced after “diligent research, testing and hard data, all of which is publicly available on our website and has safety at the core.”

The lifesaving movement has been under close scrutiny over the deaths of competitors at events, including young Sunshine Coast competitor Matt Barclay during the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships in rough seas at Kurrawa.
He was the third lifesaver to die at Kurrawa: Saxon Bird drowned in 2010 and teenage boat rower Robert Gatenby died in 1996.

The changes, announced yesterday, include:

All surf boat rowers and sweeps must wear helmets from 1 January 2014.

All surf lifesavers operating inflatable rescue boats, both on patrol and in competition, must wear life jackets from 1 October 2014.

Nike Factory All competitor Nike Factory s at the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships must hold the SLSA Bronze Medallion with Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) from 2015.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Nike Factory Life Lessons From Email Forward

Life Lessons From Email Forwards

by Marilyn Mackenzie

One day, after waking and spending time with God and with God creatures (I’m easily amused daily by the birds and squirrels as they sing and romp), I sat at the computer. Many new email messages arrived, some junk mail, but others some wonderful forwarded messages my friends from all over the world send. Some I had seen before. Others were new messages. A few were personal messages to me, even more wonderful than the things others had cut and pasted into a message for me.

One of the forwarded messages really touched me. I had seen it before, but hadn’t saved it for future pondering, so I was thrilled to receive it again. It deserved pondering, for it was about the things we learn at different ages in our lives. Perhaps since I’ve passed the half century mark, I think more about what I’ve learned (or haven’t learned) and what I must still discover about life. I’m concerned more about whether I’ve made an impact on the world around me, especially on my friends and family.
Some of the lessons in that email deserved pondering, expanding and explaining.

One read, “At age 49, I learned that singing “Amazing Grace” can lift my spirits for hours.” Isn’t that true? Perhaps the song or hymn is different for you, but surely there is a tune that touches your heart and spirit in ways no other can. In mid life, different things become important, and songs and hymns have historical meaning. Sometimes they remind us of places we’ve been, people we’ve met, or experiences we’ve had. Someone else called them “heart tunes,” and I’m sure we all have them.

Another read, “At age 51, I learned that you can tell a lot about a man by the way he handles these things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights. What a statement!

For me called Ms. Merry Sunshine on other sites rainy days are not always my favorite days. I do thrive on sunshine. But I can also enjoy a soft, gentle rain, one that undoubtedly results in a rainbow. Spring rains bring with them some wonderful smells of the season, and afterwards the birds rejoice even louder than before. Perhaps, that is because they know that gentle spring rains bring out the worms.

The way we deal with having our luggage lost on a trip can certainly tell something about our character. When I was a regional sales Nike Factory director, I learned too late that about 1/3 of all luggage is lost entering Puerto Rico. Perhaps it has something to do with the customs procedures and delays there. Perhaps not. Sure enough, I made 3 trips to Puerto Rico and on one of those trips my bags were lost. What an experience!

Fortunately, my sales training that year was held in the home of one of my sales managers. It was going to be a more laid back training session than the one the previous year where we trained 40 people in a fancy hotel. I had my training materials with me in my briefcase and my make up in my carry on bag. But all of my clothes were in my checked bags. Carol and I were the same size, though, so she offered to let me borrow some of her clothes. Instead of donning my usual boring navy suit, I stood in front of that class dressed in Capri pants (didn’t we used to call them pedal pushers?), a wild print top, and a pair of high heeled sandals Carol insisted made the outfit “come alive.” No one back home would have believed the transformation in me that day, but the training session was a good one. And the next day as I waited for my taxi to arrive to take me back to the airport, another taxi arrived first with my lost bags.

Tangled Christmas tree lights? I’ve heard the rantings and ravings of people trying to put up a tree with last year lights. There have even been a few times in my own house in years past where the event of putting up the tree was not a happy time. I’ve learned that Christmas tree lights are quite inexpensive now and not at all worth fussing over. If they are tangled, it much easier to throw them away and buy new ones than to become frazzled over making the old ones work.

The list continued. “At age 58, I learned that making a living is not the same thing as making a life.” It unfortunate that we don’t learn this lesson early in life, but most of us don’t. I know I didn’t. That sales management career I mentioned above is a good example. I did eventually learn that my son and family were more important than the job, the income, the free trips to Hawaii and Caribbean cruises, and the recognition that job offered. It also why, when I’ve been asked to go back and speak at sales rallies for that company and others, my favorite topic has been “Balancing Career and Family.”

Another on the list was, “At age 62, I learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance.” How true. Unfortunately, sometimes we cannot erase the affects our mistakes have had on others in our lives. But our life is full of second chance opportunities.

If only our world offered good advice to young people entering adult life, and entering college or the workforce. Good advice would be that earning an income doesn’t have to be a chore or something we dislike doing. Our life work can and should be something we enjoy, not something we dread doing.

Isn’t it amazing that numerous people in mid life change careers and are finally finding the work that they should have been doing all along? Isn’t it sad that we tell our young people, “You can’t make a living at journalism. Why don’t you study something you know will earn a good living.” Or we tell young people with superb art talent, “There are so many starving artists in the world. Why don’t you study Nike Factory something else and just paint as a hobby.” It great that second chances can happen, but it wouldn’t be necessary if we allowed people to follow their heart and their passion from the very beginning.

“At age 65, I learned that if you pursue happiness, it will elude you. But if you focus on knowing and loving God, your family, the needs of others, your work, meeting new people, and doing the very best you can, happiness will find you.” Absolutely! Finding true joy, finding happiness doesn’t happen because we pursue it. It happens because we are involved in the world around us. It happens because we awaken thanking God for each new day, then entering each new day wondering what we can do for God and those around us.

“At age 72, I learned that everyone can use a prayer.” Yes, the Nike Factory y can. And when we don’t know what to pray, the Holy Spirit is there for us, praying for us, interceding for us. Many of us are chagrined at the way the world has turned out, but there is something we can do about it. We can pray. I read recently about an easy way to pray for our neighbors. The suggestion was that each day we should walk our neighborhoods, praying for the people in the houses as we pass.

“At age 90, I learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love that human touch holding hands, a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back.” Of course! Th Nike Factory ere are too many lonely people in the world around us. I would add as well that sometimes a simple smile is all that someone we meet in the grocery store or the bank needs. Sometimes a kind word shared will make a difference in the lives of those around us.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Nike Factory Life lessons on the edge with

Life lessons on the edge with world class ice climber

Competitive ice and rock climbers suspend themselves, high as eagles with only a couple of toothpick size points for hand or pick holds and sometimes only a little toe wedged foot placement, to complete their stance with the ground falling away hundreds of feet beneath them. Ground lubbers, get in their shoes, imagine dangling from the Calgary Tower, staying composed, focused on the next hold and having the strength and endurance to do a thousand one arm pull ups. For most, doing this would send a fear freeze, locking your body up and making normal brea Nike Factory thing nearly impossible. Who could do this. Many think a world of radical, dirt bags who live life on the edge and of course those that pursue this must be crazy.

Not true. Meet Gordon McArthur, captain of Canadas Olympic Ice climbing team which participated in an exhibition event at the Sochi 2014 Olympics.

Take that walk. A short walk through the woods can do wonders for you. Nature provides that calmness and sparks great thoughts. With our lives so busy we may not even be aware of how much we need this. Ta Nike Factory ke that short walk through the woods and feel the calmness that will enrich your soul. Gordon lead Nike Factory us down a path where we left our busy lives and moved into natures space allowing creative energy to enter on the approach to the rock. Our imagination became endless.

Like a rope swing that gave you the push to reach the sky. We all need the inspiration, those nuggets of encouragement that anything is possible. Gordon provided the positive words to take that next step. I got geared up and ready to rock.

A formidable fort to hide in. Become one with the rock. Providing your mind a sole focus, each hand or foot hold needs Nike Factory full attention. Everyone needs a place to hide away for hours.

Paint a sunny light on all of your waking hours. Gordon helped me overcome some tough moves and make it all the way to the top. His lively, caring and upbeat coaching created a contagious positive atmosphere where anything was possible.

It was another great day outdoors spent with a wonderful, down to earth guy, full of passion who is an incredible ambassador for the outdoors and the sport of climbing.

After Rock time is relax on the rock and share the stories of the day

Read the Book. Rock climbing guidebook to the Lakit Lake climbing area and more, called ast Kootenay Climbing, Cranbrook and Kimberley area by Gordon McArthur

More about Gordon McArthur, the first North American to place in the top 20 the Ice Climbing World Championships.
Go anywhere hiking hoots at a good price point. Perfect for a hike, backpack or your next trek, I found the La Sportiva, Thunder 3 GTX, to offer incredible traction through a scrabbled mess of pebbles, milk carton sized rocks and over boulders and it does not skimp on comfort as have found that the internal padding even feels nice after a 12 mile epic.

Carry the load in comfort. I used the Gregory Z40 a perfect pack for day use or longer as with a large top loading main compartment it was a solid performer on a weekend Northover Traverse trip, and with the back friendly comfort of the updated CrossFlo suspension it is a dream to carry.

Spring rain and snow no worries. During our day out rock climbing we had regular Spring squalls that rolled through bringing snow and rain showers. The Outdoor Research,Enchainment Jacket, stood up to the challenge, keeping me dry, while still allowing dynamic movement of rock climbing and the fabric offered venting to cool my internal sweat that was building up from all the exertion. Yoga wear comfort meet the mountains.

Nike Factory Life Like Reborn Babies Dolls

Life Like Reborn Babies Dolls

While dolls have been around a very long time and doll collectors have always dominated the higher end of the market, the early 1990’s saw the emergence of a dras Nike Factory tic change. Reborn babies dolls were introduced to the world and have sky rocketed in popularity since then all around the world.
These dolls are not the ones you played with as a kid. They are super realistic, can be very rare and very expensive. Creators of these dolls have been elevated to the level of artisans as the amount of skill and wide variety of techniques they must master to make one is quite high.

While some reborn babies dolls can be produced on a larger scale, the best and most realistic are hand made, one by one. Many small studios have emerged as the leaders in the industry providing their customers with the life like dolls they crave.

These artisans use a variety of painting techniques that require a high degree of skill. The paint must be applied in layers, baked in using ovens or heat guns and repeated over and over again. Minute details like veins, dimples and even the small creases on fingernails are all painted onto the dolls to make them look as Nike Factory life like as possible.

After the painting is done, more unique work is put into making the reborn babies dolls even more life like. Refined human hair or angora mohair is individually rooted into the scalp one strand at a time. As opposed to wigs, this allows the artist to create hair on the head of doll that looks more life like.

Hand blown glass or silicone eyes are added to give the realistic shimmer to the dolls. The bodies of the dolls are altered with a variety of materials to make them feel softer than their original vinyl casing. Sand can be added to weight the bodies, but is not the best choice. The bags containing the sand can rupture making for un balanced weight and ruining the illusion of a real baby. Instead silicone pellets are used in the body and steel ball bearings sometimes in the head.

Reborn babies dolls are so lifelike there have been instances all around the world of passersby mistaking them for real children. Police have broken out car windows to “rescue” babies from the sweltering heat only to find they were reborns. Some babies are so convincing you can right up next to them and still not be able to tell they were dolls.

Technology is also implemented into these dolls to make them more realistic. Some high end dolls have mechanisms that raise and lower the chests of the dolls to simulate breathing. Others have small devices that mimic a beating heart.

Reborn babies dolls range from the basic to elaborate and their process range as much too. Some are as inexpensive Nike Factory as $25 while the most option filled one can top out at over $4000! It all dep Nike Factory ends on how real you want the doll to be and how much you are willing to spend.