Monday, April 26, 2010


Here's an article I came across in WWW and found it relevant for all to contemplate on.


Thanks to the Author Shalin Mantri for writing it based on India Specific.

Also, in the comments section of the original article I found another related link and thought some of us would be to read more on this topic.
A College Education Without Job Prospects

Wish you Happy Read and Serious Contemplation,

Take Care,

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Stanza for a lost FRIEND

Somewhere I was wrong
Somewhere I should have more understanding
Life is full of studies, And
I am still studying.

The above stanza I had written for a friend of mine (GT), in year 2004 to express how the mistake done was unintentional and how immature I was. Well, I finally lost her but I wish I could have made her understand and we could have reconciled. Her friendship is among the most cherished one. To be with her was fun. She was my first girl friend (not love type) and I learned a lot about myself and about feminine nature.

GT, if you happen to read this please understand that I would love to be your friend again any day & any time. Where ever you are, I wish the best of world for you and wish our path cross someday.

Good Bye,

Monday, April 12, 2010

Dear Friend' s Farewell

A Quatrain (original :)) for two of my friends, Angad and Palani :-

Day in day out, I meet numerous people
Some stay long, Some stay short
Some I remember, Some I forget
You my dear friend, will be remembered all along

Saturday, April 10, 2010

My Golden Rule for my Life.

For a long time, I have been thinking of coming up with some smart bullet points like those in corporates which will act as my magic mantra I will lead my life by. So I have something to discuss about it now.

To prevent making a second mistake of same time, I started jotting down my experience with first in my journal so that it could act as lighthouse in case I happen to be lost in the same situation.Surprisingly, the number of mistakes have out numbered with what I initially expected out of my level of imperfection and it is hard to keep a note of them or categorize them, so lately I stumbled upon the idea of these bullet points which will be short (not in pages) and will act as quick reference in most of my crisis situation. These will be time tested formulas and I will be adhering to them with blind faith as going through the whole process of brainstorming the possibilities is painful if the conclusion drawn ends up being the same with what I learnt from my earlier crisis, which in most of the case is true.

Please note that, these formulas or magic mantras are tested on specimen called Amit Choudhary so its applicability for you or your girlfriend may not hold true. Kindly use discretion while using them. Apart from above reasoning, I also understand that any kind of rigidity is only expected to bring staleness in life so there is still a hope of challenging the presently proposed mantras and adding a new to the list or creating a whole new one in the future if the present goes invalid.

So, here's those guiding angles which created so much of buzz in my head and now in yours
1. Every second of sincere work is worth it.
2. Misery is permanent. So don't give damn to Misery, enjoy your life, enjoy your work.
3. Be Honest. It surely pays. Little dishonesty in pity matters (professional and life threating is not pity. Lying about dinner or whereabout qualifies) is OK.
4. Be Smart with what you write to others. It surely comes back.
5. I don't claim to be smart and hence I don't mind doing mistakes.
6. Keep a good circle of friends.They are needed to discuss your concerns and booze with.
7. Humility and Helping others will take me farther.
8. Accept others the way they are. Let them change by themselves.
9. Never loose faith in yourself. You know what is right and you don't need certification from others to believe in it but yes just get it reviewed to make sure you are not missing any link.
10. You may wish to review the above 9 points once again.

So dear fellas, what's your take on this.