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The collection of gravity loading over a large number of stories in a tall building can produce column loads of an order higher than those in low-rise building surface, but also with greater intensity at the greater heights and with a larger moment arm about the base than on a low-rise building.
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POSITIVE CHOICES STORY-TELLING COMPETITION Guidelines for writing a great story What are the rules for written stories?
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More Stories At Shayaricollection.com So you wanted to hear a story; here is the story that I'm going to tell you. I learned this story from Prem, the protagonist in this novel. The protagonist tells me that he once tried committing suicide for not finding true love in his life. As the story is written in flashback mode, it jumps back and forth a bit. In simple terms, this story is about Prem and his journey in search of love. He is sad, lonely, and depressed. He is suffering from mental illness. He cannot handle failures related to love and relationships—lifeproblems he encounters in everyday life situations. Prem is in search of true love and relationships but fails often in not finding them. Prem was brought up and born Nepalese, so the story is set in Nepal; he has traveled to various places in the world, including India and Finland. In our story, Prem explains the childhood bullying, he experienced in Nepal and the onesided love stories he lived through in both India and Nepal. He explains his engineering expertise and love for cricket in India. He also explains the journey and the love affair that brought him from Nepal to Finland. He explains his relationships with friends in Nepal, India, and Finland among other countries. Many interesting elements, twists, and turns move the story forward—including a few culture shocks. The story follows a simple pattern in which the young man named “Prem” or simply, “the young man,” shall die. As Prem challenges himself to climb to the top of a mountain and jump off the cliff to his death, he encounters himself with an old man. This very old man talks with great wisdom and teaches him an important life lesson: not to commit suicide. The old man also teaches that love of women is temporary, as a woman is a material being. The old man gives Prem a new definition of love and listen's to Prem's love story carefully throughout their journey. Remember that love is always there and if you are feeling a little bit shy or depressed for not finding that true love of your life, just have some patience and don't commit to something that is beyond your control. Remember that lust is not love. Lust is a desire or a want—a psychological need for every person, man or woman. A woman's lust is for a short time; a man's lust is forever. Some scenes in this story describe Prem's—the young man's—desires, his need for sexual hunger. However, lust can never be love. Love is a separate energy that drives human emotions, whereas lust is a timely, psychological drive. I would not have written this novel, but there are countless young people who commit suicide everyday or go through mental stress because they did not find true love in their lives or because they failed at something. These failures always have to do with love affairs, heartbreak, relationship breakdowns, and life problems. Through the narration of this story from Prem, I learned that people could get inspiration and motivation to lead their lives rather than kill themselves when faced with strife. This story is in no way a scholarly journey to solve the complicated issue of suicide, or to solve the failed love affairs of depressed people. This is simply a fictional story, and my hope is that the reader will take it that way. As I learned a lot from this story, I can claim that people should keep an open mind and have patience for love, because true love always waits. There are no right or wrong women in a man's life. Women can come and go at any time, but the one who commits to a relationship will also most likely neglect most of the boyish elements in her man. Not all women will fall for every man, but some women will surely fall for the right man. You never know when you will get lucky and find that special someone—maybe in a restaurant, club, pub, movie, and theatre, or while going for a short walk. Through the years, Prem fell in love with four girls at different times. The names of these young ladies are Shrisha, Pooja, Vrinda, and Sharmila. These young ladies all met directly or indirectly with Prem, but only one of them had the courage to establish a relationship with Mr. Prem. This was not because of Prem's mental illness, but rather because of the different scenarios and situations with each lady. Some might even speculate that Prem was a hunter boy who enjoyed these ladies, but that is not the whole truth in this story. Although each of these ladies showed some form of loving and infatuation, there was a lack of true love felt by Prem. I named this book, “That's My Love Story.” An acronym for this would be TMLS, because this is the story of a young man and his search for true love. I'm not a storyteller. I have no major academic degrees in Arts or English literature. I hope the reader of this book will forgive me for any minor mistakes in English grammar, punctuation, and language. The language might sometimes change from proper English to a mixture of Hindi and English; that is, “Hinglish” or, with the mixture of English and Nepalese, “Nepalish.” I do assure you that it took more than five years to write this novel. We have gone through several rounds of proofreading and editing with Mahaveer Publishers to make it as beautiful as it gets. I hope these pages will entice interest in you because I believe that you will be completely a different person after reading this story. Further, if you are simply browsing these few pages and have not yet found anything of interest, think about your love affairs or loving relationships, present or past, and think carefully about some of these questions: Were/are they working perfectly? Are you perfectly happy in your relationship? Do you believe in secret love affairs? Have you ever fallen in love with two people simultaneously? Are you confused by the differences between love and lust, and do you have trouble telling the difference? Do you want to get inspiration and motivation for sustaining your relationships? Are you on the verge of committing suicide because of the stress that follows you, because of your frustration in not finding a true partner for your life? Do you want to get enlightened love advice? The lessons in this story could lift your life to a whole new level. If you hear that inner voice that says “yes,” pick up this book and start reading, “That's My Love Story.”Please feel free to write to me and share your loving story. I will be waiting to hear back from you. I'm ending this prologue with a poem for my readers. What can I bring to you, my beloved? I bring with my sore hands books with countless dreams a tide with countless swings and a dazzling heart that sometimes stops firing when you are not near.
that is, an understanding in which animals, sites, and stories all shape, and are shaped by, entangled and circulating patterns of intra-action.1 In contrast to some previous work on narrative and place that has focused exclusively on humans, in this paper we are concerned to ask:
One of these features is Stories, a feature that lets users post photos and videos that vanish after 24 hours.
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One study used emotional intelligence as a framework to examine 16 stories about nurses to better understand nursing workforce issues (Kooker et al.
You can include stories that focus on current technologies or innovations in your field.
Scott explains the concept of newsjacking stories that aren't directly related to your business in his book with a Kate Winslet example.
A key task is to identify and recruit individuals or small groups with inspiring stories and to record their stories so that they can be shared.
Preface The working title for this book was “100 years, 100 stories.” As people were interviewed, however, there was a common theme that revolved around the call to serve.
This issue also has what I'd consider possibly one of the best of the one-shot stories in the magazine - "Turod".