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when mr. Clark a Scottish farmer heard that the luxury cruise liner Titanic was to make its very first voyage its maiden voyage from the United Kingdom to the United States of America he had a dream to be on the ship with his wife and his five children he practically spent most of his life's savings to buy tickets for his entire family non-refundable tickets guess what just a week before the Titanic made its way to America one of mr. Clark's son was bitten by a dog the doctor recommended that the boy be quarantined for his own safety and for the safety of others around him mrs. Clark suggested that he and the other children actually make their wait on the trip but mr. Clark's conscience did not allow him to leave his wife and his own son behind Wednesday the 10th of April 1912 as the Titanic sailed forth from the southampton port in Hampshire England mr. Clark stood there crying tears of disappointment and frustration all this money was gone and none of them could make their way on the trip just five days later on Monday the 15th of April when mr. Clark heard news at the Titanic had sunk having collided with an iceberg he started looking for the dog good luck either a could become a la Penna nobody pooja anybody phenomena can operate under betake okutani Carta - ham sub Carcetti ladies and gentlemen isn't it amazing how many plans we make and isn't it a reality not everything goes according to our plans even in the game of chess we may come completely prepared with our strategy to win the game we may even make our moves thinking that everything will go according to what we had decided and planned the reality however is once we have made a move we have no control over the moves that the opponent will make we have no idea that the opponent has also made his or her plan whether it's the game of chess or the game of life not everything goes according to what we had envisioned in our lives this is exactly why there's a great need to go with the flow to not be rigid about what we had decided to learn the change our strategy as per the need of the moment ladies and gentlemen and just your plants adapt to the challenges that life throws at you adopt new strategies to match those of your opponent to life apply the greatest virtue of flexibility don't be rigid let's learn a very important lesson from the river Ganga as she emanates from the Himalayan mountains with her plan to move and reach her destination she is not rigid she is extremely flexible as sometimes mountains through challenges in the form of rocks on her path she does not stop she will either go above them or under them around them but she keeps moving until she reaches her destination whatever challenge comes on your pathway just keep moving thank you

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