Monday, April 17, 2006


Can any one be in past? Is there something like future? It is.. it is there, its there just because we visualize them in thinking.. Just try to observe the pattern of thinking when u r idle.. Either u will be repeating past tapes or visualizing self created future movies. The futuristic visual image may be positive which may boost ur confidence, on other hand if it is negative it creates worries. If u try to concentrate & observe urself most of the time we are in these two states rather than the current moment.. This really keeps u engaged & hampers the creativity, the actual power of thinking, the power of self. Yaa.. this is a book "THE POWER OF NOW".. Its kind on spiritual line, expounding the importance of u being in now rather than illusive states..
On lighter side, it also follows the farmula invented by my friend, it is "nothing(idle) = anything + everything!" .. :)

Thursday, April 06, 2006

One Day I Will Achieve It

When I see blue sky waiting for Sun to rise,
I feel ...
When I see a flower trying to reach to Sun,
I feel...
When I see a butterfly trying to attract others,
I feel...
When I see a fish trying to win over flow of water,
I feel...
When I see a breeze of air trying to win over heat,
I feel...
When I see Moon trying to hide Sun,
I feel...
When I see Sun departing away with lots of memories,
I feel...
I feel one day I will achieve it !!!

Believe me this poem is written by me!! i don't know whether it qualifies for poem or not.. i don't know how to write poem.. but for sure the text is written by me.. i can't imagine...

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Pune ITans

Last week-end one of my friend and me thought of dinner somewhere on dhaba.. so we chose some place on B'lore highway..The dhaba, we went was lone on the way, so i thought we will have good dinner , no noices.. I never thought of people (mostly Hinjewadi IT'ans) poring in the the dhaba.. but that did happnen.. the whole dhaba was packed in no time.. suddenely music (kind of Ganapati visarjan or 31st party) started pounding the place.. & most of the guys having pored one or two pints of bear in stomuch, started dancing.. that day wasn't in my list of days, u will dance like that.. The dhaba owner told us that on every weekend they have celebrations(dont know what kind of..) like this.. ohhh ..may be lots of from the crowd have either got increment or swaped job or ..

Monday, July 11, 2005

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Can a book be so interesting, so efficacious? I haven't had any idea about this up till yesterday. "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" a fabulous example of this. Its a treasure of energy, a treasure of happiness. It tells you how you can schedule your daily routine to achieve miraculous effects in your life. Its a story of a very successful millionaire lawyer, who lost his health and peace in the busy professional life, finds the mantra of a successful, happy life in the woods of Himalaya. A must read book.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Ha ha ha ha ha ha............................................... Good one ...

10 most stupid questions people usually ask in obvious situations and some equally stupid answers:-
1. At the movies:When you meet acquaintances/friends
Stupid Question:-Hey, what are you doing here?
Answer:-Well,it's so hot , there were no cool cabs so I thought i'd watch some advertisements in the cool comfort of the theatre.
2. In the bus: A fat girl wearing pointed high-heeled shoes steps on your feet
Stupid Question:-Sorry, did that hurt?
Answer:-No, not at all, I'm on local anesthesia..... why don't you try again or should i try this time."
3. At a funeral:One of the teary-eyed people ask
Stupid Question:-Why, why him, of all people.
Answer:-Why? Would it rather have been you?
4. At a restaurant :When you ask the waiter
Stupid Question:-Is the "blah blah blah" dish good
Answer:-No, its teribble and made of adulterated cement. We occasionaly also spit in it.
5. At a family get-together.When some distant aunt meets you after years
Stupid Question:-Munna,Chickoo, you've become so big.
Answer:-Well you haven't particularly shrunk yourself.
6. When a friend announces her wedding, and you ask
Stupid Question:-Is the guy you're marrying good?
Answer:-No,he's a miserable wife-beating , insensitive's just the money.
7. When you get woken up at midnight by a phone call
Stupid Question:-Sorry. were you sleeping.
Answer:-No. I was playing cricket for India at Sharjah and just when you called Salim Malik was betting with me that Pakistan would win. What do you think?
8. When you see a friend/colleague with evidently shorter hair
Stupid Question:-Hey have you had a haircut?
Answer:-No, its autumn and I'm shedding......
9. At the dentist when he's sticking pointed objects in your mouth
Stupid Question:-Tell me if it hurts?
Answer:-And while I'm telling you , you tell me if I bite.
10. You are smoking a cigarette and a cute woman asks
Stupid Question:-Oh, so you smoke
Answer:-No, it's a miracle was a chalk and now it's in flames!!!

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Desi cuisine in UK

I am a vegetarian person (I believe, egg also comes in veg category :).). Being a veg, on British soil I assumed that I would certainly loose weight (Not good for me… already on the limits of underweight :) I don’t know, I never faced problem of overweight. May be I am not in rich people illness category :)). The thought that I can change my habits (can eat non-veg in extreme case. Long back for curiosity reason I had tested different kind of non-veg food in BE for one year. This I did to ensure that I don’t miss anything on earth before bye bye.), eased some tension. I am very flexible (Has some limits as well). I really feel glad that I always keep possible ways to a certain situation.
When I reached UK, I felt that we Indians are going to rule the world some day. British ruled us for so many years with their power of technogy, power of mind. We have positive aspect to rule, our huge population.
There are lots of Indian restaurants (Ignore the fact that most of these restaurants are run by Pakis, Bangladeshis, Nepalese.) The problem of Indian food on British soil was solved, but most of our teammates (desi) were non-vegi (This fact dilutes my feelings about Indian ruling the world. Contradictory these west people are making us habituates to their habits… Am I pendulum? Keeps on fluctuating thoughs… No…. Collecting all positive and negative aspect to get to resolution..). In fact I was alone vegetarian in the group. I became poor guy eating ghas-phus alone. In UK u will get all kind of Indian food except Indian test to the food. You need to specify to prepare the food very very spicy as spicy they can imagine, still u should not hope to get rid of bland food.
There are lots of good and bad experiences about the food and the Indian restaurant people. We had very bad experience in one of restaurant. We were very much exhausted, on the rout back from lack district (near to Scotland), wanted to have dinner in one of restaurant in Milton Keynes (city name). We ordered less food as we thought of taking light dinner. The waiter took it otherwise, as thought we are less on money and started treating us in very bad manner. Thank god we had self respect remained, that we moved out of the restaurant giving some teaching to confused desis..
Lots of things to write.. but me need to think of the readers..

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Confused ...

Suggestion before reading: Dont take it seriously :)
Recently, in fact from the day software concept emerged, virus is very talked subject. It is said that only very intellegent people can write invincible viruses. Inquisitiveness in me (that is not frequent..) forces me to learn about the viruses. So I decides to study the facts about that.. that too in systematic manner (successful people describe this as one of secret of there success.. so why should not I try the way :)) . I prepared a questionnaire to study virus..
Q. What is it?
Virus: A program that runs by itself and has ability to multiply himself.
Q. Who has created it?
Virus: An intelligent creature (we call it as human).
Q. What is his desired purpose?
Virus: Destroy the host. (Jir thali mein khao , usi mein chhed karo...)
Q. What does it do actually?
Virus: They live simultaneously with other programs and by their behavior they harm the program feeding them.
Q. How does they survive and maintain there presence?
Virus: They multiply themselves when favorable conditions are. They try to find newer and newer hosts so that they can make their broad presence and make their culprit originator happy.
Q. Any positive work do they do to help the host?
Virus: Nil

That day when I went to eye surgeon for checkup, he explained me lot about eyes. Eyes are like machines that need input like vitamins to work and frequent servicing... We are a machine made up of small components(Oops concept..) That strikes me, are we really machines?.. I thought, why can't I apply the above questionnaire to us and check.
Q. What is it?
Human: A living thing that runs by itself and has ability to multiply himself.
Q. Who has created it?
Human: An intelligent creature (we call it as God).
Q. What is his desired purpose?
Human: Not known.
Q. What does it do actually?
Human: They live simultaneously with other animals and by their behavior they harm the ecosystem (a program ..) that is feeding them.
Q. How does they survive and maintain their presence?
Human: They reproduce themselves when favorable conditions are. They try to find newer and newer hosts (quest for newer Planets where we can spread our nuisance..) so that they can make their broad presence and make their culprit(Not known actually..) originator happy.
Q. Any positive work do they do to help the host?
Human: Nil
Are we machines made up for bad purpose in the ecosystem.. Big Question... No answer ...:(