Story of the Little Glutton for Kids | Little Glutton Short Story

Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Moral of the story       
Excess ofeverything is bad. 


In a distantvillage, lived a little glutton who was fond of eating sweets, candy and friedsnacks. One day, he found an old magnifying glass in his backyard. He showed itto his mother and asked if he could keep it. As he liked it very much, themother agreed and he kept the magnifying glass for himself. He saw a little antand decided to use the glass to look at it. It was great! The ant looked huge.But as he took the glass away from ant, something odd happened. The antremained of the same size that it looked through the magnifying glass. 

The boy wasawestruck. He kept trying it again and again on anything and everything thatexcited him. Full of excitement and surprise, boy kept doing the same andeverything that the boy looked at got bigger and stayed big.

All of a suddensomething struck him and he ran straight way home. He had just figured out an excellentway to make the best use of this special ability. He went home, entered hiskitchen and took all the candies & chocolates and made them massive withhis magnifying glass. Then he just ate and ate and ate those huge sweets andcandies. He stuffed himself so much with these huge sweets and candies that hecouldn’t eat anything more. As he woke up the next day, he had a severestomachache and his body was almost swollen. When the doctor came to examinehim, he was shocked to see the condition of the boy. The doctor said that hehad not seen a worse case of overeating in his entire life. The boy had tosuffer intolerable pain day and night for several days to come. Lying in extremepain on his bed, the boy realized how harmful it was to intake such hugeamounts of food. He vowed never to eat such huge quantities of food in hisentire life. His parents were delighted to see such a positive change in theirchild. Due to their son’s excessive gluttony, now the parents had large amountsof food in their pantry. The boy now gave up on being a glutton and promisedhimself never to indulge in sweets and candies. 

And so the littleglutton learned that too many of anything and everything is bad. Even the bestthings don’t seem worthwhile if they are excessive. He kept the magnifyingglass in a box until he found something that would really be worth making bigger.How about you? What would you use the magnifying glass for?

Story of the Big Match for Kids | Big Match Short Story

Moral of the story

In a group effort what matters the most is the contributionof each individual. One should always concentrate on giving his contribution tomake things turn out the best. It surely makes you a better person.                        


Once, there lived a large group of boys in the sameneighborhood. On one Sunday, they planned to organize a soccer match. Theydecided that each one of them would bring things used in a professional game.Someone brought the ball; another brought the whistle and so on. 

But there happened to be an argument amongst them while theywere choosing the teams. It was decided that that the boy who had brought themost important object would get to pick the teams. Now, a new problem arosebecause they couldn’t decide the most important thing for the game. So, theyarrived on a conclusion that they should start the game, using all theavailable objects and gradually get rid of the unwanted stuff. This wouldenable them to choose the most important object of the game. 

The first thing to go was the whistle because the refereecould always shout instead of whistling. Then they threw away the goalkeepergloves as it was even more convenient to play the game without them. Theyhardly noticed that they had stopped using the corner flags or the goalposts along while ago. They continued the game, and finally they had replaced thefootball with an old tin, and still kept on playing the game. 

While they were playing soccer with the tin, a man and hisson were passing by. On seeing the boys enjoy so much while playing with ameager piece of tin, the man said to his son, “Look, son. Learn something fromthese kids. Even without a ball, these kids are very well managing to playsoccer. But they won’t ever be able to improve playing if they keep on goingthat way.” 

When the boys heard these words, he realized that because oftheir ego and the sense of pride, they had spoiled the fun of playing the game.The game which could have been a great match was now ruined into a shamefuldisplay. And they were hardly enjoying any of it. So, they decided to put alltheir arrogance and attitude aside and play in the true sense of the game. Thatmoment itself, they put all their selfish traits on one side and started thematch all over again.

They began their match again with all the proper equipment.And this time they enjoyed it immensely because no one was playing for the sakeof playing better or worse. Rather, they just stressed on playing the game inthe spirit of sportsmanship. They just worked upon having fun and improvingtheir skills at the game. 

Story of the Day of Silence | Silent Day Short Story

 Moral of the story

We should give everyone with a disability a chance to show their good qualities. We should treat them as normally as possible because they are not just different but very special.


Rajat had neverheard a word in his life. Though born normal in every other aspect, he had beenborn deaf. He was well acquainted with everyone in town, and all the peoplewere very fond of him. Unfortunately, though, he always ended up being treateddifferently from everyone else. His friend and other children worried that theywould hurt him; therefore they wouldn't play with him much. Elders were alwaysover-caring for him, like he was some kind of baby.

Rajat didn't appreciate this kind of behavior very much. Buthis friend, Manav was the person who disliked it the most. He disliked it somuch that he decided that he had to do something to change things for hisfriend. Manav's father was the town’s Mayor, and Manav asked his father to do afavor for him. He requested his father that every year, in honor of his friendRajat, they should celebrate one day as the festival of deaf people. Duringthat “Deaf Day” everyone would have to wear earplugs and be just like deafpeople.

All the people in the town loved the idea, because Rajat wasadored by everyone. They decided to call it as “Silent Day”, and when thedecided day arrived, everybody put on their earplugs. Everybody started the dayin a great spirit. The morning started at a happy and light note & wasfilled with practical jokes, mischief and laughter. But, as the day proceededfurther, people realized how difficult life was without the ability to hear. However,one thing was absolutely amazing: Rajat rocked. He had absolutely no difficultyto sustain without being able to hear.

That day, no one thought of Rajat as a deaf person. He wasjust like everyone else, even better. This simply meant that he was nodifferent than anybody else. People got to know an all new side of Rajat’spersonality. They now admitted that Rajat was not only intelligent but also hada bright and sharp mind. That day Rajat turned out the best communicatoramongst all. Using his usual gestures, Rajat turned out the best one to understandall. People now paid more attention to what Rajat said. They were surprised toknow how intelligent, creative and responsive Rajat was. They now understood thattheir behavior towards Rajat had always been biased, and Rajat needed nothingmore than a little extra time to communicate with others in the day to daylife.

 So, on the “Silent Day” everybody got to know theoriginal Rajat. His true self was now revealed in front of everyone. And thatday onwards people’s attitude changed towards Rajat and other people withsimilar problems. They now accepted the fact that everyone should be given achance to prove their value. Now on, they accepted Rajat as an equal amongstthem. They didn’t make him feel like a baby but an individual like anyone else.So, the day of silence made people learn a lot of things.

Stealing, Meshes, Textures...

Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Do not steal from me.  I am almost certain no one likes a thief.  If anyone sees anything suspicious (something that could look like my work) please email me about it.  

Right now, I do not want anyone to use my meshes so please do not ask me. 

Please check my Terms page about anything else. I will update my Terms every now and then to say if you are allowed to ASK ME TO USE MY MESHES.  I really appreciate those who ask my to use my meshes. It is so polite and I thank you guys for that.  It's nice to see some honestly and getting things with permission. ♥

I love you all, very much. Thank you.

Sleeveless Dress

Monday, November 7, 2011
This is a cute, fashionable dress.  It is very simple and casual.  I really like how this turned out.  It is for adults, categorized under everyday and formal.  

Thanks!  And have a great day guys.  Enjoy! ♥

Custom Mesh: By Me 
Texture: Hand-painted by Me
Polycount: 3636
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Saturday, November 5, 2011

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Eid ul Adha, Eid ul Zuha/Bakri Id 2011 Wishes/SMS/Messages/ Wallpapers | Eid Mubarak

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Eid ul Adha is athree day celebration, which occurs on the 10th day of the Islamic month ofDhul Hijjah. Eid is a happy time and the festival is celebrated in manydifferent ways in different countries. Everyone wears new clothes - in brightcolours - and many have beautiful embroidery and shiny sequins. 
This year Eid ul Zuha(Bakri Id) Celebrate on 7th November, 2011 (Monday), here islatest collection of Eid ul Adha/Zuha/Bakri Id 2011 SMS/Messages/Wishes/Wallpaperssend to your favorite friends and relativesthis wishes.

Eid ul Adha Wishes, SMS 2011

(`*•.¸ (`*•.¸ ¸.•*´) ¸.•* )
_..::¨`•.¸* Eid Mubarak! *¸.•`¨::..
______.(¸.•*(¸.•*´ `*•.¸)*•.¸).____
Kuch Musarrat Mazeed ho jaye
Is bahane se Eid ho jaye
Eid milne jo Aap aajayein
Meri b Eid, Eid ho jaye

aao milaen k aaj EID ka din hy
musarrato,n muskarahto,n deed ka din hy
gellay bhulaen, dilon ko saaf ab kar laen
ranjishon ko mitaen k saat-e-saeed ka din hy

Here’s wishing that you have just the nicest EID and happiest one so
far, and don’t forget best wishes r always there wherever u r. WARMLY EID

Eid Mubarak all of you!!