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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

A Tribute

Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, ex President of India, passed away yesterday. I was wondering what I could have written about him, which no one would have told ever. I haven’t met him in person nor do I have had email exchanges with him but I always look up to him for being a wonderful human being who led a selfless life. He is indeed a huge inspiration for many in my generation and I really feel privileged to be a part of the generation where we had great minds like Dr Kalam.  A person with humble origins, to being the missile man, to being the President of India, he really lived up to his quote “The dream is not that you see in sleep , dream is which does not let you sleep”. When death approached, he showed his generosity, even though he was doing what he loved to do the most ie lecturing at IIM, Shillong.

Dr Kalam wanted a better and brighter India, and being Indias’ citizens, it’s our duty to fulfill his unrealized missions and visions.

Jai Hind!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Sloppy Poem on SOAP

SOAP with envelope is like a terrifying dream
SOAP with glycerine is a good conditioning cream
SOAP with envelope gives me no hope
It makes me feel hopeless and like a dope
SOAP with glycerine gives me the shine
All these years it served me fine
SOAP with envelope gives me weird exception
SOAP with glycerine gives my skin, real affection
SOAP with envelope have various forms
SOAP with glycerine have pleasant foams
Both the SOAP needs to be handled with care
If not, the consequences will be difficult to bear

Friday, July 17, 2015

Buzz Around “B” Words

It’s always seen that when some is addressed as “b*t*h” or “b@st@rd”, it is taken quite offensively. I have always tried to rationalize it and never reached to any reason why it is so piquing. 

Isn’t “b*t*h” a female dog and aren’t dogs faithful? So why get offended when someone addresses you as a bitch? Similarly in case of “b@st@rd”, the child is not at fault here and why spite when you are addressed that way?  Everyone follows the nature’s law of reproduction and so every child has a mother and a father. If the child knows the parents, good, if not, it doesn’t matter.

Are the buzzes around these words really needed? Can anyone explain the reason why these words are so unsavory?