Saturday, January 20, 2018


“Persistent people are able to visualize the idea of light at the end of the tunnel when others can’t see it. At the same time, the smartest people are realistic about not imagining light when there isn’t any.”

    -- Seth Godin.

Sunday, October 22, 2017


Sometimes, life can be so fucked up that you may have to work with your own complete and complement yourself!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The man from the Earth!

It was a pretty tough day most other days since 2012. But the day ended on a good note...

Watched the movie - "The man from the Earth"! Made for a pleasantly interesting watch!

Thursday, October 5, 2017

The dilemma of give and take!

I read this on Internet today! A simple story that has a lot to offer!



Once a man got lost in a desert. The water in his flask had run out two days ago, and he was on his last legs. He knew that if he didn't get some water soon, he would surely die. The man saw a small hut ahead of him. He thought it would be a mirage or maybe a hallucination, but having no other option, he moved toward it. As he got closer, he realized it was quite real. So he dragged his tired body to the door with the last of his strength.

The hut was not occupied and seemed like it had been abandoned for quite some time. The man entered into it, hoping against hope that he might find water inside.

His heart skipped a beat when he saw what was in the hut - a water hand pump...... It had a pipe going down through the floor, perhaps tapping a source of water deep under-ground.

He began working the hand pump, but no water came out. He kept at it and still nothing happened. Finally he gave up from exhaustion and frustration. He threw up his hands in despair. It looked as if he was going to die after all.

Then the man noticed a bottle in one corner of the hut. It was filled with water and corked up to prevent evaporation.

He uncorked the bottle and was about to gulp down the sweet life-giving water, when he noticed a piece of paper attached to it. Handwriting on the paper read : "Use this water to start the pump. Don't forget to fill the bottle when you're done."

He had a dilemma. He could follow the instruction and pour the water into the pump, or he could ignore it and just drink the water.

What to do? If he let the water go into the pump, what assurance did he have that it would work? What if the pump malfunctioned? What if the pipe had a leak? What if the underground reservoir had long dried up?

But then... maybe the instruction was correct. Should he risk it? If it turned out to be false, he would be throwing away the last water he would ever see.

Hands trembling, he poured the water into the pump. Then he closed his eyes, said a prayer, and started working the pump.

He heard a gurgling sound, and then water came gushing out, more than he could possibly use. He luxuriated in the cool and refreshing stream. He was going to live!

After drinking his fill and feeling much better, he looked around the hut. He found a pencil and a map of the region. The map showed that he was still far away from civilization, but at least now he knew where he was and which direction to go.

He filled his flask for the journey ahead. He also filled the bottle and put the cork back in. Before leaving the hut, he added his own writing below the instruction: "Believe me, it works!"

This story is all about life. It teaches us that We must GIVE before We can RECEIVE Abundantly.

More importantly, it also teaches that FAITH plays an important role in GIVING.

The man did not know if his action would be rewarded, but he proceeded regardless.

Without knowing what to expect, he made a Leap of Faith.

Water in this story represents the Good things in Life

Give life some Water to Work with, and it will RETURN far more than you put in........!!!

Monday, September 25, 2017

Unconditional what?

There's no such thing as unconditional love. It's a myth! That it can happen with only one person (romantic relationship) or a specific set of persons (parent-children relationships for instance) is a condition in itself!

PS: I'm glad and proud to pass this wisdom to the future generations, whether or not they appreciate it in their most-needed hour of their lives!

Thursday, September 14, 2017

There's got to be a limit!

Either God is appallingly callous or you are! Either way, I'm deeply disappointed and disillusioned!

Seriously, you are making me go through this indescribable pain of "Kundalini Void" (energy void) twice? I mean, twice?  Once when I had to figure out the code, and the second time when you are trying to figure it out! I mean every time?!? Everytime when you are out of alignment, I need to suffer as a means to get you in alignment?!? But I already suffered...every time I was out of alignment!

Ridiculously insane!  God are you crazy or what! Yeah, I mean God, real "good" God! There's got to be a limit and you rather be done with it God! Hey Hello! I'm not You, I'm a human, after all! Know what, you both **** each other and get me out of this mess!

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Anthropogenic influence, merely?

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the author, a Nobel laureate argues that "preventive" collective action is needed to mitigate the impact of climate change. I believe, disasters are a way of nature balancing itself and they happen regardless of the existence of man on Earth. While there is every need to check global warming and reduce (or optimise) the anthropogenic influence for a better planet, I cannot buy this argument that disasters like these are preventable or even that they can be controlled (in an "intended" way!).