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It’s the 3rd day of the year though

A little sunlight is there also

In a short while evening falls though

Reality or tale there’s to be an end too

Let’s share together our losses and grief

Let’s share our delight light and relief

In a short while evening falls though

So why not enliven few ticks we’ve

Before the evening overshadows

Light a lamp of hope and emotion

Cherish our ambiance with emotion

Let’s be friends again!

In a short while evening falls though

Reality or tale there’s to be an end too

 

سال کا آخری دن ہے

ابھی کچھ دھوپ ہے لیکن

ذرا سی دیر کو طے ہے کے آخر شام ہونا ہے

حقیقت یا کہانی جو بھی ہے انجام ہونا ہے

چلو مل بیٹھ کے اپنے خسارے بانٹ لیتے ہیں

سب ہی رنگ اور جگنوں اور ستارے بانٹ لیتے ہیں

ذرا سی دیر کو طے ہے کے آخر شام ہونا ہے

حقیقت یا کہانی جو بھی ہے انجام ہونا ہے

تو کیوں نا کچھ شام سے پہلے

جو کچھ گھڑیاں میسر ہیں

انہی میں زندگی کر لیں ،

کسی احساس کی شمع جلا کر

ان اندھیروں میں کوئی دام روشی کر لیں

چلو ہم دوستی کر لیں

ذرا سی دیر کو طے ہے کے آخر شام ہونا ہے

 حقیقت یا کہانی جو بھی ہے انجام ہونا ہے

 

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There are fewer treats out there more familiar than the Oreo. Since the National Biscuit Company (today Nabisco) created it in 1912, it’s become one of the top-selling cookies in the world. But there’s likely plenty you don’t know about it, and this Buzzfeed video is here to set you straight.

Particularly intriguing is the design stamped into every Oreo cookie: The current version, settled upon in 1952, features the word “OREO” in a circle topped with a two-bar cross. The design also contains exactly 12 flowers, 12 dots and 12 dashes.But what does it mean?

The Atlantic reasons that the circle and cross around the word “OREO” is a variation on the Nabisco logo, which is either “an early European symbol for quality” or a Cross of Lorraine, an emblem used by the Knights Templar during the Crusades. The dots and flowers might be a rendering of four-leaf clovers or a cross pattée, another symbol favored by the Knights Templar.

The design’s inventor may have been William A. Turnier, a one-time Nabisco mail boy who ascended the corporate ranks. Nabisco won’t confirm or deny Turnier’s role in giving the Oreo its good looks, telling the New York Times in 2011 only that a man by that name worked for the company as a “design engineer” at that time.

Whip these factoids out the next time you’re scarfing down Oreos with pals, and let us know if the knowledge makes ‘em taste better.

There are fewer treats out there more familiar than the Oreo. Since the National Biscuit Company (today Nabisco) created it in 1912, it’s become one of the top-selling cookies in the world. But there’s likely plenty you don’t know about it, and this Buzzfeed video is here to set you straight.

Particularly intriguing is the design stamped into every Oreo cookie: The current version, settled upon in 1952, features the word “OREO” in a circle topped with a two-bar cross. The design also contains exactly 12 flowers, 12 dots and 12 dashes.But what does it mean?

The Atlantic reasons that the circle and cross around the word “OREO” is a variation on the Nabisco logo, which is either “an early European symbol for quality” or a Cross of Lorraine, an emblem used by the Knights Templar during the Crusades. The dots and flowers might be a rendering of four-leaf clovers or a cross pattée, another symbol favored by the Knights Templar.

The design’s inventor may have been William A. Turnier, a one-time Nabisco mail boy who ascended the corporate ranks. Nabisco won’t confirm or deny Turnier’s role in giving the Oreo its good looks, telling the New York Times in 2011 only that a man by that name worked for the company as a “design engineer” at that time.

Whip these factoids out the next time you’re scarfing down Oreos with pals, and let us know if the knowledge makes ‘em taste better.

(TAKEN FROM YAHOO)

A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawnmower is broken.thumb_COLOURBOX5225655

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The world is evolving from imperfection to perfection. It needs all love and sympathy; great tenderness and watchfulness are required from each one of us.


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