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Reasons Why A Common Man Should Never Be Underestimated

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We do not have Superheroes in real life who save the Earth from troubles. But the ordinary men sometimes have extraordinary powers which make them nothing less than Superheroes. It is the selfless will and determination that matters. So here are some reasons why you should never underestimate the power of “aam aadmi” or common man.

1. This Assamese man planted an entire forest for 30 years

A great step to protect the wildlife balance of the world. He did not take any help from the government and did this single-handedly.

2. IAS officer built a road that stretches 100 km to connect Manipur to other places of the state

The whole investment was from his own side and refused to take the help of the government. Armstrong Pame raised funds through Facebook and started the project in 2012.

3. Arvind Kejriwal clicked before and after becoming the CM of Delhi

The journey of a common man to a Chief Minister.

4. SBI lost the case to this tea seller

Justice being well served. The courage of this commoner is praiseworthy. If you are right and true, nothing can bring you down.

5. A group of common people together lifted the bus in Pune to save the students stuck under it

This is the proof humanity is still alive and people do come forward to help others in need.

6. This old man himself cut the huge mountain to pave a path for transportation

He is titled as the ‘Mountain Man.’ After appealing to the government several times, when he got no response he started cutting the mountain himself. Recently a movie was made inspired by his life story.

7. Government trolled

The Government of Madhya Pradesh came up with the rule ‘no helmet, no petrol’ for a better cause. But the people surely did not take it seriously.

8. Netizens made this McDonald’s branch in Pune shut down

It is really inhuman and shameful to throw away a kid out of the shop just because he is poor. Netizens went furious and made sure they learnt their lesson.

9. Flipkart has been fooling us all this while

Thanks to this man who pointed out the right thing and revealed their hypocrisy.

10. Even a common man can have six-pack abs

But this is not made by spending hours in AC gym and eating just the right food. This man has got it by sweating out day and night in fields and working hard.

posted Apr 30 by Naveen Kumar

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Did you know that learning to play a musical instrument has many benefits including the ability to bring down stress, improve memory power and increase confidence levels?

However, music is something that is never too late to learn. And here are 10 good reasons as to why everyone should learn to play a musical instrument.

1. Playing a musical instrument relieves stress 

Playing a musical instrument makes you smarter
Researchers studying the benefits of music have reported that playing a musical instrument on a regular basis can help bring down stress. Studies show that playing an instrument helps in lowering the heart rate and blood pressure, which in turn lowers the stress hormone cortisol, thus making us feel relaxed. While just listening to music also helps, learning to play an instrument brings with it a comforting routine of daily practice that helps in keeping the stress hormones away. Michael Jolkovski, a psychologist who specializes in musicians, feels that music also helps in bringing down stress by helping people connect with others. "It (music) can satisfy the need to unwind from the worries of life, but unlike the other things people often use for this purpose, such as excessive eating, drinking, or TV or aimless web browsing, it makes people more alive and connected with one another."

2. Playing a musical instrument makes you smarter

Playing a musical instrument makes you smarter
People who have received a music education are generally smarter than their non-musical counterparts are. Extensive research done in this area has proved that children who learn to play a musical instrument do better in academics. Shaw, Rauscher, Levine, Wright, Dennis and Newcomb, in their research paper titled Music Training Causes Long-Term Enhancement Of Preschool Children's Spatial-Temporal Reasoning, speak about, “a research team exploring the link between music and intelligence reported that music training is far superior to computer instruction in dramatically enhancing children's abstract reasoning skills, the skills necessary for learning math and science."

3. Playing a musical instrument improves your social life

Playing a musical instrument improves your social life
Music helps you connect. Learning an instrument enlarges your social circle since you get to meet more people than you usually would. In children, music can help develop social skills. Maestro Eduardo Marturet, a conductor, composer and musical director for the Miami Symphony Orchestra, who also oversees the MISO Young Artist program in South Florida, has observed the effect that music has on a child’s social skills. "Socially, children who become involved in a musical group or ensemble learn important life skills, such as how to relate to others, how to work as a team and appreciate the rewards that come from working together, and the development of leadership skills and discipline."

4. Playing a musical instrument helps build confidence

Playing a musical instrument helps build confidence
Choosing to take music lessons can help build confidence. Once you are aware that you are able to do something well, like play the flute for instance, you naturally become more confident of your skills. Learning to play an instrument can help both children and adults who face confidence issues. Elizabeth Dotson-Westphalen, a music teacher and performer, has found that music has helped many of students develop confidence. "They find that once they can develop a skill by themselves that they can get better and better."

5. Playing a musical instrument teaches patience

Playing a musical instrument teaches patience
Music teachers feel that music can help teach patience. In a world of instant gratification, learning to play an instrument is not something that can happen overnight. It is the daily effort of everyday practice that can help a musician learn how to play without mistakes. This is turn develops patience. Most musicians go through years of regular practice that includes daily musical exercises and the tackling of progressively difficult musical pieces, which in turn helps them conquer the virtue of patience. 

6. Playing a musical instrument fosters creativity

Playing a musical instrument fosters creativity
Stuck in everyday routine lives, many of us lose touch with our creative side. Learning to play a musical instrument, especially when you reach advanced levels, can foster that lost creativity. Since music education plays on your mental, emotional and cognitive abilities, the brain is stimulated to think out of the ordinary, which results in improved creativity. 

7. Playing a musical instrument improves memory

Playing a musical instrument improves memory
Music and memory go hand in hand. Learning to play a musical instrument makes you use both parts of your brain and this in turn boosts memory power. Maestro Eduardo Marturet, reiterates this point when he says, "Further research has shown that participation in music at an early age can help improve a child's learning ability and memory by stimulating different patterns of brain development." Music education is also linked to higher IQ levels and the physical development of certain parts of the brain.

8. Playing a musical instrument develops discipline

Playing a musical instrument develops discipline
Music requires dedication and regular practice. Allotting a specific amount of time to practice music daily develops discipline in the learner. This can prove to be extremely advantageous in children. Mira Stulberg-Halpert, of 3D Learner Inc., who works with children who have ADHD, has seen music discipline children when everything else fails. She has this to say on the effect of music on kids."Exposing kids to musical instruments is the key. They are naturally curious and excited about them-and the discipline that parents and kids learn by sticking with it is a lesson in itself." 

9. Playing a musical instrument gives you a sense of achievement 

Playing a musical instrument gives you a sense of achievement
Learning to play a musical instrument gives you an immense sense of achievement. Pianist Emily Singers, in her article titled, 12 Reasons You Should Learn to Play the Piano, writes that piano playing can bring true satisfaction. “It's truly one of the most satisfying things you can do,” she says. “There's no feeling like playing a difficult song and playing it flawlessly. (It is) Quite an ego-boost.” This feeling of satisfaction leads to a tremendous sense of self-achievement that can help you accomplish more in other areas of your life.

10. Playing a musical instrument is fun

Playing a musical instrument is fun
Lastly, learning to play a musical instrument is fun. “The art of music is so deep and profound that it has to be approached with a bit of intensity laced with great affectionate joy”, says noted singer, musician and Bollywood film music composer Shankar Mahadevan. Playing a musical instrument can bring back the fun factor into your life. Music has the special quality to bring joy, peace and fulfillment that helps lift the spirit and make life enjoyable for everyone involved.
 

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Aside from all the famous Khans who control the box-office, Akshay Kumar is a superstar who has a colossal fan taking after as well. He is a perfect husband, 10 on 10 gushing Daddy, a well known star and each chief need to rope him. He is a standout amongst the most persevering stars. Keep in mind when his bodyguard punched his fan and he thought about the charge and literally apologized? This is only one little occurrence that makes him truly extraordinary. His fans love him and regard him.

1. To help the dry season hit ranchers in Maharashtra, he gave a money related guide of Rs. 90 lakh to help 180 families of the farmers who had committed suicide. He additionally made a commitment of 50 lakh to Salman's altruistic trust Being Human. He additionally gave Rs 1 crore to Chennai's flood relief.

2. Relatively few realize that he additionally propelled a martial arts school to give self-preservation preparing to ladies for free in Mumbai and has trained 4000 ladies!

3. During the shoot of Khatron Ke Khiladi, one of the members was leaving the show since he failed to meet expectations. At the point when Akshay asked him what he would have finished with the triumphant sum, the member stated, "I will use it for my father's cancer operation". Akshay didn't simply call him to support, he even gave him a Rs. 25 lakhs cheque.

4. Akshay sang and shot a music video of the Punjabi devotional song, Nirgun Raakh Liya and whatever benefit he made, he gave to the casualties of the train bombings of Mumbai on July 11, 2006.

5. Akshay sliced his support charge for a brand that brought about misfortunes as a result of dry spell! Akshay was acquiring near Rs 10 crore to support the brand however he cut down this amount by almost half.

6. During promotions of his film Entertainment, Akshay went to an occasion composed by Youth Organization in Defense of Animals (YODA). Akshay purchased a Burberry coat from the presentation for Rs. 1,00,000 and paid Rs. 3,60,000 for the same, giving the whole add up to YODA.

7. Akshay's monetary contribution to the Indian army deserves respect.
In August 2016, Akshay helped the group of Jawans with a money related help of Rs 80 lakhs. Taking after a similar convention, Akshay again gave Rs 9 lakh to the family  of martyred BSF jawan Gurnam Singh. The report asserts that Gurnam Singh had surrendered to his wounds in the wake of being focused by Pakistani snipers subsequent to thwarting a noteworthy penetration offered in J&K. In walk 2017, Akshay Kumar had given Rs 1.08 crore to the families of twelve killed jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). Reports asserted that Akshay was in steady touch with IPS officer Amit Lodha, DIG of Jaisalmer segment north. After due request, Akshay asked for Lodha to share the details of the killed jawans' kinfolk. Akshay then broadened money related help of Rs 9 lakh each to families of the martyred jawans.

8. In November 2016, Akshay had volunteered to adopt a village hit by farmers' suicides. Akshay met state finance minister, Sudhir Mungantiwar, in Mumbai and amid the association, the minister clarified Akshay about the misfortunes of farmers  in Vidarbha, especially in Yavatmal. Furthermore, in the wake of hearing and precisely investigating everything, Akshay volunteered to adopt one of the villages hit hard by the farmers’ suicides.

9. Akshay proposed and afterward in the long run propelled Bharat Ke Veer application and site to help people make monetary contributions to the families martyred jawaans. Akshay didn't simply propose the thought to build up an application and a site called "Bharat Ke Veer" to empower guide gifts to families of martyred jawaans, he helped the administration execute it.

10. In April 2017, Akshay Kumar helped in building up a legitimate protection conspire for Bollywood's stunt artists. Akshay didn't simply propose the thought to build up an application and a site called "Bharat Ke Veer" to empower guide gifts to families of martyred jawaans, he helped the administration execute it. The protection plan will cover 380 stuntmen and women between 18 and 55 years old. For a situation of hospitalization because of any physical damage or mischance, while doing stunts, a stuntman will be secured for Rs six lakh at around 4,000 hospitals through a cashless system.

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