Saturday, June 27, 2009
Monday, November 26, 2007
Intelligent Indians !!!
Throws his mug away and walks out
Takes the insect out and drinks the beer
Eats the insect and throws the beer away
Drinks the beer with insect as it is coming free
Sells the beer to the American and insect to the Chinese and gets a new
mug of beer. ......INTELLIGENT INDIANS
-Accuses the Indian for throwing insect into his beer
-Relates the issue to Kashmir
-Asks the Chinese for Military aid
-Takes a loan from the American to buy one more mug of beer
Sunday, September 02, 2007
Gandhi - 1982
Positive things which one could learn from his life are:
1) Give time to find your principles in life, and once found, stick to them whatever the situation may be.
2) He was a stubborn person but some times he changed his decisions/nature for the benefit of people.
3) Do not wait for something big. Just start investing your time in small things and big things would come automatically.
4) We all are equal. I am not criticizing Indian cast system, but I think now is the time that we should re-look into this. Indian cast system was fine for the social structure around 1000 year before, but now entire lifestyle of people are changed. We should adapt to new things and remove the ones which are holding us back.
5) Don’t waste even a single second of your life. Although, Mahatma was epicentre of Indian freedom struggle in his time, but even then he utilized his free time by knitting his own clothes.
6) We all are sons/daughters of same god, so give respect to every living entity despite of its cast, creed or colour.
For more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahatma_Gandhi
I would again touch Mahatma’s topic after reading his biography.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
My fav. songs....(Motivational bollywood songs)
Allah Ke Bande (kailash kher)
kalho na ho
Khoon Chala (RDB)
yeh jo des hai tera (Swadesh)
yun hi chala chala (Swadesh)
Ruk Jana Nahin (Kishore Kumar)
If you feel the same about any other motivational song, which I missed in above list, please add that in comment to this post
Saturday, April 28, 2007
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Sunday, September 17, 2006
A Deaf Child's Prayer
Will I hear music there?
Or must I stand in a corner
While others join in prayer?
While I wonder what they're saying Lord,
As oft I do down here?
Must I sit in lonely stillness
While the bells ring loud and clear?
Can I read your lips in Heaven,
Lord Will I be brushed aside,
And stick my hands in pockets
Because of wounded pride?
Will all the saints there praise thee,
While I in silence wait?
Will some one up in Heaven
Help me through the gate?
Then God, who loves the humble,
Whispered in the poor deaf ear
My child, has no one told you,
There is no silence here.
Hold out your hands, my little one,
For Heaven all to see.
We've heard them pray so many times,
Each prayer reached up to Me.
See, all the angels waiting.
The gates are open wide.
Your crown of life awaits you,
And I shall be your guide.
I have a song to give you,
You'll sing both loud and clear.
And the song you sing, my dear one,
Will be the sweetest song up here.
From Donna Lankford
Sunday, September 10, 2006
jalna jamee ko padta hai,
mohabbat nigaahein karti hain,
tadapna dil ko padta hai....
Sunday, August 27, 2006
ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS A BULLSHIT
How ambiguous is this language...I think this language is thousands of years behind hindi...
just look at the beauty of hindi...if some word is written...then you don't have to look into dictionary for its pronounciation...everything is there in that word...i don't know how long english will take to reach at that level...:-)
Sunday, July 23, 2006
Friday, May 26, 2006
Time to update
Moved to new company ...
work culture is really gud here
Vl be pushed to rigorous training from the next week..
Manager has lot of expectation from me :-)
2morrow is weeknd ..but vl be gong to Ramlila ground to support medicos...
Nishant signing off :-)
Monday, April 17, 2006
* Now a days, more than ever, even if you implement an idea/prototype which you do not yourself believe in much or consider low-impact; people may find it interesting and find out a new way of using than what you could not even think. Somethings become popular just like that:(. (This is not to suggest that popularity is necessarily a measure of cool ideas)
* It is difficult generally in practice for people to reject an "new" idea which is implemented (tangible) and available to play with; than an idea presented in theory/verbally. I mean both can get rejected, but it relatively takes greater time to reject the former than latter unless someone has implemented very badly(in which case even a good idea can get rejected quickly).
* A good measure of finding a person which you mention, quickly, is how fast and right that person understands the concept of "po". After explaining "po", from the other persons reaction, you can make out how close he is to the perfect guy. I have seen that some guys do not bothered to listen; then there are those who nod their head and say they understood ; but the closest are those who just start building upon an idea from where you left or branch out from it or start another path. Basically, if idea has any inspiration/possibility they seek before giving it up immediately. It means they give due consideration before judging it black or white. Most of the times I have seen that both people involved come out with something slightly or completely different than the original.
* Some people develop "disagreement" as a coolness trait, assuming it to be a characteristic of an "independent thinker". They generally are successful in drawing a lot of attention. It is in my opinion, important to cross-check them, by looking at their cool ideas/reasons/explanations carefully and having your own opinion about it. It is sometimes easy to fall in the trap of pseudo-disagreement friends too:)