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  1. In a mother’s womb were two babies. One asked the other: “Do you believe in life after delivery?”The other replied, “Why, of course. There has to be something after delivery. Maybe we are here to prepare ourselves for what we will be later.” “Nonsense,” said the first. “There is no life after delivery. What kind of life would that be?” The second said, “I don’t know, but there will be more light than here. Maybe we will walk with our legs and eat from our mouths. Maybe we will have other senses that we can’t understand now.” The first replied, “That is absurd. Walking is impossible. And eating with our mouths? Ridiculous! The umbilical cord supplies nutrition and everything we need. But the umbilical cord is so short. Life after delivery is to be logically excluded.” The second insisted, “Well I think there is something and maybe it’s different than it is here. Maybe we won’t need this physical cord anymore.” The first replied, “Nonsense. And moreover, if there is life, then why has no one ever come back from there? Delivery is the end of life, and in the after-delivery, there is nothing but darkness and silence and oblivion. It takes us nowhere.” “Well, I don’t know,” said the second, “but certainly we will meet Mother and she will take care of us.” The first replied “Mother? You actually believe in Mother? That’s laughable. If Mother exists then where is She now?” The second said, “She is all around us. We are surrounded by her. We are of Her. It is in Her that we live. Without Her, this world would not and could not exist.” Said the first: “Well I don’t see Her, so it is only logical that She doesn’t exist.” To which the second replied, “Sometimes, when you’re in silence and you focus and listen, you can perceive Her presence, and you can hear Her loving voice, calling down from above.” Maybe this was one of the best explanations of the concept of GOD.
  2. Ever since its global launch at the World Cup, VAR still divides opinions. Most of it is because of the time it takes to arrive at a decision and a fear of machinery failure. Wednesday's Champions League tie between Schalke and Manchester City had both. It took VAR three minutes and a technical failure before coming to a decision. According to some, VAR marks the 'Americanization' of the sport. Whereas some claim that it slows the game down thus killing the atmosphere. This 'killing the atmosphere' thing can be considered when thinking about lower leagues or some grounds where huge TV screens are not available. Old Trafford to name one. Also, football is all about uncertainty. Every single element of football is hard, stressful and miserable. The only release you have is the pure unadulterated joy of seeing your team score which VAR takes away. © Digital Trends But looking at the other side, what VAR gives is a fair result which is 'probably' the most important thing. The question at this point of time is not 'if VAR should be used or not?' It is 'how VAR should be used?' Since four of Europe's top five leagues are already using it with English Premier League in contention to introduce it from next season, it's quite certain that VAR is here to stay. This seems to be a tricky question whose answer we'll get only in future. What we can't stop thinking about is what major footballing errors could've been avoided had VAR been introduced earlier. Here are five of dubious mistakes where VAR could've come in handy: Three Cards Too Much © Sporting News Whether you're a player or a referee it is always a big thing when you're called up for the World Cup. Some handle it like a walk in the park while for others it turns out to be a mammoth task. For English Referee, Graham Poll it proved to be the latter. It was Croatia vs Australia, Poll booked Croatia's Josip Simunic in the second half and then again in the 90th minute, but for some strange reason failed to brand out a red card. He booked him again for the third time and finally handed over him marching orders. Though Australia went on to qualify but FIFA admitted that they could've asked for a replay if the result would've been different. Poll meanwhile was sent home and retired from the game a year later. You had one job, Graham. 2. Stephen Kiessling's Ghost Goal © ESPN Stephen Kiessling has had a decent if not spectacular career in the German topflight. Scoring 146 goals for Nurenberg and Bayer Leverkusen. But his name came into the headlines when he scored a truly remarkable goal against Hoffenheim back in 2013. 1-0 up, Leverkusen won a corner and ball found the big German, who could only direct his header into the side netting. Disappointed, the former Germany international put his head in his hands, but unfortunately for Hoffenheim, there was a hole in the net and ball went through it into the goal. Referee Felix Brych, simply seeing the keeper picking the ball out of the onion bag assumed it had gone in and Leverkusen led 2-0. After the match, Leverkusen's sporting director, Rudi Voller said,” Hoffenheim's owner has spent so much money on such a beautiful stadium, you think he would be able to spend a few more Euro's on a decent net.” Ouch! 3. German Tragedy vs English Karma © Vimeo If there is one word to describe England's major tournament performances since the World Cup 1966 it has to be 'tragic' (exclude 2018). It was the final of that World Cup that started it all. With the score locked at 2-2 after 90 minutes, the match went into extra time. A pass from Alan Ball set up Geoff Hurst. His fierce strike struck the bar and bounced on the line. The English celebrated and Germans protested. But after consulting his linesman, Swiss Referee Gottfried Dienst gave the goal. Germany pressed up in search of an equaliser and skipper Bobby Moore sprang Hurst once again, who netted England's fourth. This time putting the result beyond doubt. © The National It was World Cup 2010 and England and Germany met again, this time in the second round. Germans with their young but immensely talented squad were 2-0 up when England grabbed one back through Matthew Upson. With the halftime fast approaching, Frank Lampard struck a dipping volley from the edge of the box which left Manuel Neuer rooted to his spot. The ball struck the bar and bounced down into the goal before spinning and coming back onto the field. Uruguayan referee, Jorge Larrionda waved play on and Germany went on to dominate the second half, winning the game 4-1. Karma proved to be a b**ch even after 44 years. 4. Ram - Shayam Syndrome © Sky Sports Arsene Wenger's 1000th game as Arsenal boss came against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Unfortunately for the Frenchman, it ended in a 6-0 defeat after his side was reduced to 10 men in the first 20 minutes. After going 2-0 up and having Arsenal on ropes, there was no stopping Chelsea and Eden Hazard. When the Belgian curled a shot around Wojciech SzczÄsny, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain was covering before he turned the ball wide using his hands. Clear red card offense. Cut to referee Andre Mariner, who sent off Kieran Gibbs. Bizzare scenes followed in which the Ox tried to get himself sent off but Mariner stuck to his guns. To add insult to injury, replay showed that Hazard's shot was going wide. 5. Hand Of Fraud © AS No list of 'football's biggest blunders' will ever be complete without this. Again it was England, again it was World Cup, with Diego Maradona being the beneficiary of some dodgy refereeing. At 0-0 an English defender spooned the ball into his own box and the world's greatest player ran through on goal. Realising his 5′2″ frame was not enough to beat keeper Peter Shilton, Maradona leapt into the air, lifting his head to nudge the ball past English keeper, and into the net. England went mad as the referee gave the goal. Four minutes later, Maradona went on to score one of the greatest solo goals the game has ever seen and Argentina went through. After the game, the little man claimed that his first goal had been scored a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the 'Hand Of God'.
  3. Whatever style gaffes Suniel Shetty might be a victim of during the '90s, he has more than made up for all of that now. He probably is the fittest dad in Bollywood right now with grown up kids, and his fashion game is so on point that the only proper analogy would be that of aging wine. From giving 25-year-olds a run for their money to giving SRK style complex, this man is a force to reckon with. He just proved it once again by attending Amit Thackeray's wedding reception wearing a plain white dhoti and making it look runway-ready. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani The white cotton dhoti is perhaps the most 'Indian' outfit of all times, when it comes to menswear, but it is terribly underrated. Be it the comfort, the grace, or the raw, natural, masculine appeal it exudes - there is no other outfit that can score better. Suniel Shetty clearly understands it, as he stood tall, wearing a simple dhoti amongst the glam and glitz around, and stealing everyone's thunder nonetheless. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani A white kurta and a cotton dhoti not only makes for the most comfortable outfit ever, it is also the most regal one - in a sophisticated, subtle manner. The fact that he chose to wear a pair of brown Kolhapuris with it, and kept it comfy yet classy, shows that his style game is as effortlessly functional as it is smart. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani All we can say is the new crop of Bollywood youngsters need a style lesson from him about how to keep it simple yet stunning, urgently. Kudos!
  4. After thoroughly studying his wardrobe and style game over the years, we have concluded that Chris Hemsworth, apart from being the God of Thunder in reel life, is also the God of Fashion in real life. Be it suits, or simple T-shirts, or layered outfits, the man knows how to carry off everything with the effortless elegance of a professional model. Here are 10 pictures that support our claim. 1. Not many men would be comfortable wearing a suit made of Prussian-Aquamarine velvet, and rock it like it's no one's business. © moststylish 2. Try looking as elegant while cycling across the town on a bicycle. © Tag-Heuer 3. The waistcoat is an extremely underrated element of formal-wear, and it needs to make a comeback. © Fashionisto 4. One word for whoever wants to know about sprucing up suits: Scarves. © Style Cartel 5. Airport style goals. © Splash News 6. A plain ol' white T-shirt can do wonders if you know how to make it work. © Tag Heuer 7. Leather jackets are a must-have, and you should definitely invest in a statement piece. © selectspecs 8. Blue + Purple = Gutsy and classy. © Glamour 9. How to layer for the books 101. © Lainey Gossip 10. While wearing a blue suit, a white shirt is a must. © Matrixpictures
  5. Can you believe that a guy, who was diagnosed with Leukemia and then later Hepatitis, is the tallest professional bodybuilder in the world? Aaron Reed from Tampa, Florida is known to be the tallest guy who competed and won a Men's Physique competition. There are guys taller than him, who are into muscle building but do not compete, for example the Dutch giant Oliver Richters. View this post on Instagram Never say never. #gmtgs #bodybuilding #photooftheday #supernaturallifestyle #gottamakethemgainsson #better #tall #npc #strongaf #legs #wheels #competition #powerhousegym #tampa A post shared by Aaron W. Reed Super League PRO (@aaronw.reed) on Nov 19, 2018 at 10:35am PST Aaron Reed is a massive bodybuilder both in terms of his height and weight. He is 6 foot and 7 inches tall and his competition weight is between 295 to 310 pounds. Just like millions of people on earth, he was inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger to become a bodybuilder. But he has seen some major ups and downs in his life and that is why we consider his story worth sharing. View this post on Instagram #throwback to my @powerhousegymathleticclub downtown tampa days. This photo put me on the map in social media. It's been reposted dozens of times and will continue to. When i first started posing in this spot i heard of complaints, a year later there was a line of competitors waiting for their turn. It's been quite the journey on this bodybuilding path. It comes down to one thing. i Gotta make them GAINS son!! #gottamakethemgainsson #gmtgs #epic #muscle #tall #supernaturallifestyle #gymlife #photooftheday #best #strongaf #fitchic #aaronreed #tampa #la #lasvegas #bodybuilding A post shared by Aaron W. Reed Super League PRO (@aaronw.reed) on Nov 17, 2018 at 1:17pm PST Aaron was born and raised in a small city known as Minco, Oklahoma. Born into a family with an athletic background, Aaron was always trying different sports and activities. His first major setback came in the form of Leukemia. Aaron had to go through months of chemotherapy, but this did not break him and he successfully beat it. He started hitting the iron at the tender age of 12 under the guidance of his coach and mentor Gus Handke. After a mere two weeks of training, Aaron was already benching 115 lbs and deadlifting 300lbs. Not an average 12-year-old, right? Aaron was hooked to working out and there was no looking back. He started reading about nutrition and training regimes which built a strong foundational structure for his current ventures. His passion for bodybuilding, his athletic genetics, and hard work started to pay off with him winning local and national competitions. He made his debut in the NPC Mr. Teen Colorado where he dominated and won the show. View this post on Instagram When i use to train arms... Gotta make them GAINS son!! #armday #guns #GMTGS GottamakethemGAINSson #everyMFday #eatlikeaaron #supernaturallifestyle #onemealatatime #superleague #trainlikeaaron #reedthis #worldstallestbb #tall A post shared by Aaron W. Reed Super League PRO (@aaronw.reed) on Oct 27, 2018 at 10:14am PDT After that, he won the 2002 NPC Rocky Mountain competition in the super heavyweight category and then he took a break of two years. He came back as a mass monster weighing 310 pounds and completely annihilated and won the competition at the 2005 NPC Steele City Show. Later on, he was signed by WWE as a professional wrestler. But it did not last long, as he got injured in a match and then came another major setback – Hepatitis. View this post on Instagram If you haven't met Brian @metalgear_legacy you need to. Great guy, amazing athlete and very helpful. Always a pleasure to see you brother. Gotta make them GAINS son!! #goldsgym #venice #GMTGS GottamakethemGAINSson #everyMFday #eatlikeaaron #supernaturallifestyle #onemealatatime #superleague #trainlikeaaron #reedthis #worldstallestbb #tall A post shared by Aaron W. Reed Super League PRO (@aaronw.reed) on Oct 23, 2018 at 3:37pm PDT But this was not going to break the giant. He came back stronger and bigger than ever and won the 2010 NPC Greater Gainesville, the 2011 NPC Orlando Metropolitan Championship in the Men's Physique category. He also stood a runner-up in the Muscle Mania Universe in both 2012 and 2013 post which he retired from bodybuilding. Anabolics or not, Aaron proves that a great physique requires a greater amount of commitment and perseverance. Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  6. Thor Odinson is the God of thunder, but all of his powers meant nothing in front of the mighty Indian traffic, because, well, I don't even have to explain how no one can overpower the traffic in this country. Just a recap, Chris Hemsworth – the most superior Chris of MCU – is currently in our country shooting for the movie 'Dhaka', which will mark his Netflix debut. Thor may be the best, most dramatic enterer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Chris' arrival in India was very lowkey. He flew so under the radar, that most people didn't even know about it until all the pictures and selfies of him at the airport in Ahmedabad surfaced online. But, it's a very exciting time because Chris freaking Hemsworth is here and we're all still so pumped up, even though we obviously won't get to meet him. Yesterday, Chris finally posted something on his Instagram about his time in India and it was obviously the biggest tourist attraction of the country – the traffic. Yep. View this post on Instagram #íìì´ #ë°íì #í¬ë¦¬ì¤í´ì¤ìì¤ #í¬ë¦¬ì¤íì¤ìì¤ #í 르 #chrishemsworth #thor #actor A post shared by í¬ë¦¬ì¤ í´ì¤ìì¤ ì ì¥ì (@chris_hemsworth_here) on Nov 4, 2018 at 8:40am PST Listen to how adorable his little 'peep peep' is! I'm pretty sure he's the only person in the entire world who is actually excited about all the traffic here and thinks it's 'beautiful'. But, full props to him for being so positive and being practically a ray of sunshine at all times, which is such a great quality to have. Apparently, he was so happy with the traffic, he posted another story about it, but a sarcastic one this time. View this post on Instagram #íìì´ #ë°íì #í¬ë¦¬ì¤í´ì¤ìì¤ #í¬ë¦¬ì¤íì¤ìì¤ #í 르 #chrishemsworth #thor #actor A post shared by í¬ë¦¬ì¤ í´ì¤ìì¤ ì ì¥ì (@chris_hemsworth_here) on Nov 4, 2018 at 8:43am PST Couldn't agree more, Chris. After the story, he also shared some more pictures for the “kindness and generosity that the people of India” have shown him. We all know how much of an incredible father he is and seeing him with more kids is so great. These really are just some of the best pictures he's posted so far. View this post on Instagram Beyond thankful for the kindness and generosity that the people of India have extended to us while making our little film here ðððð@thesamhargrave #netflix A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) on Nov 5, 2018 at 12:18am PST
  7. Arguably one of the greatest players of all time, Lionel Messi has probably won everything there is in the world of football. From smashing goal-scoring records to winning coveted trophies, the Argentine has become one of the highly sought after players in club football. And, the fact that he has won the prestigious Ballon d'Or on a record-tying five occasions goes on to show how good he has been in the past decade. But, despite shattering one record after another in club football, Messi's prolific career is often marred with his inability to win a prominent trophy with Argentina. The Barcelona talisman has often come close to bagging a trophy for his country, but somehow he has always found himself on the losing side - something that continues to dent his reputation as the GOAT. The latest criticism for Messi came from his fellow countryman and footballing great Diego Maradona. The former Argentina footballer, who has shared a good rapport with Messi, hit out at the Barca forward while claiming that he is not a leader on the pitch and should not be considered a footballing God. © Reuters Highlighting Messi's contrasting fortunes with Barcelona and Argentina, Maradona claimed: "We shouldn't deify Messi any longer," Maradona said in an interview with Fox Sports. "He's Messi when he plays for Barcelona. Messi is Messi when he wears that shirt and he's another Messi with Argentina. He's a great player but he's not a leader. It's useless trying to make a leader out of a man who goes to the toilet 20 times before a game, he added." Maradona said in an interview with Fox Sports. Messi has spent his entire professional career with Barcelona, where he has won 33 trophies, including nine La Liga titles, four UEFA Champions League titles, and six Copa del Reys. A prolific goalscorer and a creative playmaker, the 31-year-old holds the records for most official goals scored in La Liga (388), a La Liga season (50), a club football season in Europe (73), a calendar year (91), El Clasico (26), as well as those for most assists in La Liga (151) and the Copa América (11). © Reuters But, when compared with his stint with Argentina, Messi has struggled to replicate his club success with his national team. He has been on the losing side in all four of his finals with Argentina - three in Copa America and at the 2014 World Cup. To make matters worse, he has not scored in four World Cup knockout stages, while his outing with Argentina in the recently-concluded World Cup once again left his fans disappointed. Argentina, with a new-look side, have enjoyed a three-match unbeaten run since their early exit in Russia. They recently defeated Iraq 4-0 in an international friendly, but Lionel Scaloni's men will face a sterner test when they take on Brazil sans Messi on 16th October.
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