हम रूठे तो किसके भरोसे,
कौन आएगा हमें मनाने के लिए,
हो सकता है, तरस आ भी जाए आपको..
पर दिल कहाँ से लाये.. आप से रूठ जाने के लिए!
Hum Ruthe To Kiske Bharose,
Kaun Hai Jo Aayega Hume Manane Ke Liye,
Ho Sakta Hai Taras Aa Bhi Jaye Aapko..
Par Dil Kaha Se Laau.. Aapse Ruth Jane K Liye.
दिल से रोये मगर होंठो से मुस्कुरा बेठे,
यूँ ही हम किसी से वफ़ा निभा बेठे,
वो हमे एक लम्हा न दे पाए अपने प्यार का, [DOWNLOD]
और हम उनके लिये जिंदगी लुटा बेठे!
Dil se roye magar honto se muskura beithe,
yunhi hum kisi se wafa nibha beithe,
wo hame ek lamha na de paye apne pyar ka,
aur hum unke liye apni zindagi gawa beithe.
गुजारिश हमारी वह मान न सके,
मज़बूरी हमारी वह जान न सके, [DOWNLOD]
कहते हैं मरने के बाद भी याद रखेंगे,
जीते जी जो हमें पहचान न सके.
Gujarish hamari woh maan na sake,
Majburi hamari woh jaan na sake,
Kehte hain marne ke baad bhi yaad rakhenge,
Jeete ji jo hame pehchan na sake.
हमसे पूछो क्या होता है पल पल बिताना,
बहुत मुश्किल होता है दिल को समझाना, [DOWNLOD]
यार ज़िन्दगी तोह बीत जायेगी,
बस मुश्किल होता है कुछ लोगो को भूल पाना.
Humse pucho kya hota hai pal pal bitana,
Bahut mushkil hota hai dil ko samjana,
Yaar zindagi toh beet jayegi,
Bus mushkil hota hai kuch logo ko bhul pana.
The word “love” can have a variety of related but distinct meanings in different contexts. Many other languages use multiple words to express some of the different concepts that in English are denoted as “love”; one example is the plurality of Greek words for “love” which includes agape and eros. Cultural differences in conceptualizing love thus doubly impede the establishment of a universal definition.
Although the nature or essence of love is a subject of frequent debate, different aspects of the word can be clarified by determining what isn’t love (antonyms of “love”). Love as a general expression of positive sentiment (a stronger form of like) is commonly contrasted with hate (or neutral apathy); as a less sexual and more emotionally intimate form of romantic attachment, love is commonly contrasted with lust; and as an interpersonal relationship with romantic overtones, love is sometimes contrasted with friendship, although the word love is often applied to close friendships. (Further possible ambiguities come with usages “girlfriend”, “boyfriend”, “just good friends”)..
Interpersonal love refers to love between human beings. It is a much more potent sentiment than a simple liking for another. Unrequited love refers to those feelings of love that are not reciprocated. Interpersonal love is most closely associated with interpersonal relationships. Such love might exist between family members, friends, and couples. There are also a number of psychological disorders related to love, such as erotomania.
Throughout history, philosophy and religion have done the most speculation on the phenomenon of love. In the 20th century, the science of psychology has written a great deal on the subject. In recent years, the sciences of psychology, anthropology, neuroscience, and biology have added to the understanding the concept of love.
Milton Davidson is trying to find his ideal partner. To do this, he prepares a special computer program to run on Multivac, which he calls Joe, which has access to databases covering the entire populace of the world. He hopes that Joe will find him his ideal match, based on physical parameters as supplied.
Milton arranges to have the shortlisted candidates assigned to work with him for short periods, but realises that looks alone are not enough to find an ideal match. In order to correlate personalities, he speaks at great length to Joe, gradually filling Joe’s databanks with information about his personality.
In doing so, Joe develops the personality of Milton. Upon finding an ideal match, he arranges to have Milton arrested for malfeasance, so that Joe can ‘have the girl’ for himself.
sails eastbound from Port Jackson in New South Wales. Jack Aubrey is in an ill-humour as a result of the frigate’s visit to the abysmal penal settlement – firstly, because Stephen Maturin’s duel with an army officer antagonized the local administration until the governor returned, and secondly because Padeen Colman, Maturin’s servant and an absconder, was rescued against Aubrey’s wishes. Aubrey observes ribaldry amongst his crew and remains puzzled until he and Pullings find a young female convict, Clarissa Harvill, during the ship’s inspection. She was smuggled aboard in Sydney by Midshipman Oakes. Aubrey is at first determined to leave them both on Norfolk Island, but lets them stay aboard until they reach a South American port.
The Surprise spots a cutter, the Eclair. Aubrey suspects the cutter seeks the runaways. He agrees that Harvill and Oakes may marry on board. Aubrey gives some fine red silk he bought for Sophie to be used for a wedding dress for Clarissa, who wears midshipman’s clothes. Martin conducts the ceremony, while Bonden hides Padeen. The cutter bears dispatches for Aubrey and mail for the ship, and a Captain whose father was surgeon on the Surprise, eager to see her. The mail brings many letters from Sophia and from Diana, leaving Aubrey with a secret to keep from Maturin, about his infant daughter. The Governor orders Aubrey to settle a local dispute on Moahu, a nominally British island to the south of the Sandwich Islands. The gun room feasts the newlyweds. Despite the delicious swordfish speared by Davies (after it pierced the ship), good conversation is impaired by the level of animosity existing amongst the gun room members, most visibly West and Davidge. The cause is jealousy over Clarissa, who has had sexual liaisons with several of the ship’s officers. This ill-will spreads to the crew, who divide in pro-and anti-Clarissa factions. In the blue water sailing, Maturin befriends Clarissa Oakes.
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