Why Some People Seems To Have All The Luck.

Sensei Sandeep Desai is the first Indian to be officially authorised by Master Zhu Tian Cai to teach the traditional Chen Style T’ai Chi system. He Teaches Chenjiagou T’ai Chi on a full time basis, conducting regular Courses and workshops.

Sensei Sandeep Desai has written several beautiful articles about T’ai Chi, which provide readers with an insight into this fascinating art and stimulate further inquiry about the subject.

“Why Some People Seems To Have All The Luck”,  is  very good article written by Richard Wiseman, was published on The Times of India website, in February 16 2009.

Please Have a look at This Article.

Sensei Sandeep Desai

Sensei Sandeep Desai

Take And Make Some Time

Make Time For Things  You Love,

Means  Take Some Time For Those Things , you Love.


We all Know That We are very busy now-a-days,

And we  hardly get time to take and make  time for ourselves.

But if you want to run after success,

then you have take time for youself..


You have to take lots of small- small holidays from your work schedule.

You should keep your mobile aside, when u are doing your favorite things.

i.e. Take some time and Make Some time for things you love.


Take Some Time“, Beautifully written by Leon  Hansen,

where he has mention to Take some time,

to do each and every thing, right from sunrise till sunset.

This beautiful phrases was published  in “A 6th Bowl of Chicken Soup For The Soup

By The #1 New York Times & USA Today best selling Authors: Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen


Read This, I Know That you will Love This.

Save The National Animal of India – Tigers

The Tiger (Panthera Tigris).. The National Animal of India is on the brink of extinction. A country known as the “Land of Tigers” does not have many left. Not more than 1500-2000 Tigers roam around in the wild. We are not killing Tigers, We are killing ourselves. Let this beautiful creation of God live. SAVE THE TIGER before its too late.



The tiger, one of the most magnificent animals in the world, is also one of the most endangered. A cat of beauty, strength, and majesty, the tiger is master of all and subject to none – except humans. Of the eight original subspecies of tigers, three have become extinct within the last 60 years; and there are less than 50 South China tigers left on this planet – few, and possibly none, survive in the wild.

What WWF-India is doing to save the tiger?