Monthly Archives: December 2011


An idea occurs in the flash of a second. It is whatever that comes before the mind as a result of thought. An idea can stay in the mind and haunt you until it takes a shape that you may … Continue reading

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NAGA NARESH–TRUE GRIT Naga Naresh Karutura has just passed out of IIT Madras in Computer Science and has joined Google in Bangalore. You may ask, what’s so special about this 21-year-old when there are hundreds of students passing out from … Continue reading

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My friend’s son was getting married. We were all in a procession when I caught sight of a tall, handsome man with an unruly shock of snow white hair. “I know that man” I declared fervently. “Get real Mom! Not … Continue reading

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It is celebration time for my blog! The longest traffic jam in the world recorded in China. Its length is 260 kilometers. Well! There has not been such a traffic jam in my blog with people waiting to read my words … Continue reading

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Lessons for the the Master

Once when a Guru was dying, one of his disciples asked him “Guruji, who was your master?” He said, “I had thousands of masters. If I just relate their names it will take months, years and it is too late. … Continue reading

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A  practical example of how the human mind works Analysis of  the above picture can tell us a lot about how different people think. For young men, it’s a picture of a lady with a  nice arse but  only the … Continue reading

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Moving Forward After a Mistake

  by Lori Deschene “A man’s errors are his portals of discovery.” -James Joyce When you were little, did you ever rip up a picture you’d worked really hard on just because you colored a little out of the lines? Or  … Continue reading

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