Tuesday, November 13, 2012

What's in a name?

This tight economy has effected not only humans, but also their towns.

There is a city in Japan, who has a debt of over a $1.25 billion, and they have nothing to sell than their name. This will help get them out of this debt. This city is putting up its naming rights up for auction and are hoping that the money they get from it will help save their town from this huge debt.

A name just constitutes alphabets, and that's about it. It's okay to sell your name cause it's the epitome of the city which constitutes living beings, and if their soul is strong and Unattached then why make a huge hoopla out of it.

In today's generation, person is known to sell his soul for money. If this city is just selling his name to revive its economy, so be it.

What's in a name?

A name is just our physical appearance. It is our thoughts, our deeds that matters.

So, next time, if someone utters your name incorrectly but are able to recognize you, then don't worry since the name is meaningless. Your deeds have helped them remember you.

Mantra for today: Refurbish your inside

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