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The Lucky Young Things


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The Lucky Young ThingsMeet Jenny. Young, attractive and articulate, Jenny is typical of today’s youth – a pretty vocal member of a very self-centered world. Her philosophy – ME, MYSELF and MINE – is also the credo of her generation.

Focused on her chosen track of professional success and financial independence, she unabashedly admits, “I can accept nothing but the best. My clothes have to be the best. My cell phone and all my personal belongings are top class brands. My husband too is a classy man. Nothing but the best for him, wife included!”

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Deferred Enjoyment: Lessons Worth Learning


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Being PatienceThe Three Little Pigs is an enjoyable story that a lot of us have heard or read in our childhood. Broadly, this tells the story of three brothers who have to set off from home into the big, bad, world symbolized by a wolf who can gobble them up. The first one, too lazy to search further, finds some hay and builds a house with it. The second one goes a little further and builds a house with sticks. Only the third one has the perseverance and tenacity to search for all the right materials with which to build a house, works hard to put them all together, and finally has a safe dwelling of stone and mortar, complete with a chimney.

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Heart-to-Heart - an intrinsic part of female bonding


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An intrinsic part of female bondingThe need to feel connected starts at a very young age in almost all women. Whether it’s a rag doll or a glamorous Barbie doll, a girl child will touch, handle and talk to it as if it were real and the most precious thing in the world.

Over the years she develops and finds her identity in the relationships she forges with her environment. Her life centers around the friends she makes. Invariably there is always a best friend in whom she will invest much of her energy, time and attention. This friend could be both, the repository of her little secrets as well as the confessor who pours her heart out to her in return. As she grows and gets to know more people, new relationships occupy her time and she gains new insights through these friendships. Now she may have more than one close friend, and different degrees of intimacy in different friendships.

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Mr.Bean’s Holiday


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Mr.Bean's HolidayFilm : Mr Bean’s Holiday
Cast: Rowan Atkinson, Max Baldry
Director: Steve Bendelack

For lovers of that incorrigibly outrageous Mr Bean, here is one more film in the series that’s a sure draw this summer. This time its Mr Bean caught up in a very French affair!

Bean wins a church raffle and thereby a vacation trip to France along with a camcorder. On boarding the Eurostar train in Paris, he finds French to be a barrier as he struggles to get across the city to catch a train to the South of France from the Gare Du Lyon. Taking time to catch a very French meal, he slowly but surely messes it all up but manages to escape unnoticed leaving a lady next to him with some very unpleasant findings in her handbag!

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Your Values or Mine?


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Your Values or Mine?Ever noticed how clearly drawn the battle lines between the young and the older generation have been in recent years? Never before have people who loved each other so much, clashed so often, and so disquietingly over codes of behaviour and value systems blindly cherished by one and increasingly questioned by the other.

What constitutes values?

As adults most of us have a set of values by which we operate, values which have come to us from our parents, teachers and the general environment we grow in. Quite often there is a clash in the process of our imbibing them, particularly when we refuse to go by the norms set by our parents.

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