Dec 21, 2007

I want to...


The question of the week - btw every week meself think about nothing but questions. OK so the question is: Why do we loose the trait of getting happy over small things while growing up? The road is busy allowing cars reaching the destination, people crossing and buses honking. And at the traffic signal sight stops at about 4 year old happily playing with paper aeroplane.

Even in the dark one can see the shine of joy of flying paper. Whole day it's pouring and in the evening the sky echoes with the giggles of 6 year olds. They are intoxicated by the sheer joy of their paper boat outshining the others'.

And this all cultivates a thought in me - Do we forget to enjoy small things as we grow? And if yes, Is it a skill or habit that has to be cultivated? My take on this is that it's a habit and we've to conciously work on it. And we've to work till the time it comes out naturally. Don't they say that life is a sum of small moments?

I'm waiting to watch the movie - Taare Zameen Par (http://www.taarezameenpar.com/)

So, as a ritual, pick your answer:
[A.] Enjoying that last drop of hot water while bathing, I also believe that finding happiness in little things is the way of life.
[B.] Happiness for me is achieving something big - owning an apartment, flying a personal jet.
[C.] Ha Ha Ha. Very funny. Who gets the time to think over these petty things. I've my bills to pay off!

PPS: The track on lappy (Somehow I love this song): The corrs: Breathless

The daylight's fading slowly
but time with you is standing still
I'm waiting for you only
The slightest touch and I'll feel weak

I cannot lie; From you I cannot hide
I'm losing the will to try
Can't hide it (can't hide it) Can't fight it (can't fight it)
So...

Go on, go on, come on leave me breathless
Tempt me, tease me until I can't deny this
loving feeling, make me long for your kiss

Go on, go on
Yeah, come on...

Dec 13, 2007

Confuselive...


I often wonder, is it me ONLY? With doubts and fears or does it happen with everyone? The cautious me wants to break free at times. I wannabe ruthless, blunt and sharp.

The big question these days - how not to expect and compare :-) The only two things that erode happiness from life to a major extent (Pareto's 80:20 principle). And the next question is - how to be carefree. Should there be persuit for happiness or it comes naturally. I want to be some of the Swamis of life:

Boss : What's the status of project?
Swami: Well on track Sir but I need a bit more time.

Boss : Where is the presentation I asked for?
Swami: Well on track Sir but I need a bit more time.

Boss : What happend to revenue figures?
Swami: Well on track Sir but I need a bit more time.

You see what I mean? Swamis are some tension free souls who luckily have found something more motivating than the challenging code. I want to be Calvin - Why be snooty when you can be Impossible!!!

PS:
So people tell me whether I should,
[A.] Be ruthless and blunt
[B.] Allow life take it's course
[C.] Dammit, I need the same answer!
PPS: Britney Spears - Everytime
Everytime I try to fly, I fall
Without my wings, I feel so small
I guess I need you, baby
And everytime I see you in my dreams
I see your face, it's haunting me
I guess I need you, baby

Aug 24, 2007

Link to google maps

Tried to link google maps from blog. And this is how it looks:


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And this is where I'll be heading back to:


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Aug 2, 2007

Pride


Not only Calvin, seldom is someone happy with the cards dealt to him/her :-)
Posting after a long break - not from work though!

Overheard the conversation between a part time assistant at the motel and the front desk executive - "WHAT HAPPENED TO PRIDE".There talk about taking pride in someone's work made me ponder. Yes! We've forgotten the sense of pride in our work. We're proud of jobs well done, but failures?But what's the reason - Are we doing which we don't want to do? Or is it that we don't give it that much of a thought?

So whose responsibility is it? Individual or Employer? I could gather three things that are responsible for that lovely feeling:
  • Your Work
  • Your Team
  • Your Organization

And the irony is though all of the above are chosen by individuals, most of them are not satisfied. So who is to blame? Does this happen everywhere to everone?

The only few who may think that they're doing some stuff are our hardly working policiticans trying to build their son-in-law's mansion on taxpayers money or builders trying boasting of how much cement they can save in an apartment.

Self-importance leads to satisfaction, with satisfaction comes pride and that leads to success. But how many times I've put up with this thought!!! What about you?I believe givin 100% to what you do is different from taking pride in what you do. The latter leads to former always but not vice-versa.

Whatever happened to 'Pride-In-Work', one thing is for sure, some hard working individual has for sure lost it! The only thing we ever focus or think of is riches.

PS:
A question pops-up in my head: Will there be any one in my society who feels that (s)he is doing a wonderful job and is satisfied? Or only money is the index of success?

[A] I can be happy borrowing from my girl friend - moeny doesn't count in love or Pride
[B] Damn! Again we're talking about a delicate balance (Pride, Money, Happiness)
[C] Bull $h!* Money makes me go around; To hell with PRIDE.
Comment me!

PPS:
Jaane kya dhoondta hai yeh mera dil,
tujhko kya chaiye zindagi...

Cocktail (1988) -
When he pours, he reigns! Life is worth living a dream; Tom Cruise, Bryan Brown

May 30, 2007

Board Room A0

I like dictatorship only when I'm not at the receiving end; else I love democracy. And I love meetings too. Especially late night ones when one can make fun of life even at 11:59:59 PM :-). It's kind a funny. I was doing some thinking (Doc has asked me to workout my grey cells), and discovered that all the meetings (with more than 9 participants) are common in one aspect - The types of participants. If you keenly observe, these attendees can be classified (or generalized) into 4 types:

(Please Note: I'll be using the masculine gender most of the times, though feminine gender can be aptly placed in the categorization)

1. The Beast: He is the king of the jungle, the Boss. The beginer who tries to make people talk constructively and most of the times fails in that. He's the one who sometimes buries his head in the hands (his, not Monica's, u cheapster! :-)). But he's the one who reaches to some conclusion.

2. The Crocodile: He is there to counter act and to talk. For him opening the mouth is synonymous with putting forth the opinion, or in their own words, contribution. He is there to kill. You'll often notice his thumping of palms on the table. If murders were legal, those will be the ones on top of your list.

3. The Hyena: He is only there to push the meeting. Just toss a ball (question) to him and relax and enjoy your cofee. He'll start from software, move to Risk and Change Management and fly the topic from Iraq to drought in Australia to FIFA's proposal on not playing football at high altitudes to Islamic Banking and back to bug list of software.

4. The Elephant: He is there only to help himself with the biscuits and potato chips. For them such meeting is a chance to save money on snacks. There will be times when he will nod or give a soft smile (as if Global warming will force Jennifer Garners of the world to wear short skirts with Noodle strip tops). But take my word, these are totally harmless creatures.

So the appraisal time is around and meetings will be held. Next time you participate in such a meet, do classify the participants and try to find some other types as well. Till then happy increments.

PS: Next time in meeting, try to visualize people in other's faces. Say your Boss as Mike Tyson in the ring!
Query in mind: Can any one have a complete control on life? Or luck plays it's part?
[1.] It surely does [2.] It's all your effort honey [3.] What control? I don't like sharing my under pants

PPS:
When you're looking in her eyes you can see forever,
You're captured by the beauty of her soul,
You know you're never gonna find a woman like this again
So don't let go oh, don't let go;
Will she love you tomorrow like she loves you today
She can keep your heart guessing but she's yours if she stays
And that's what it feels like.....To love a woman!!!
- (Lionel And Enrique)

May 6, 2007

Basera

And nobody told me of Property Boom :-(

Yours truely thought of buying a house... errrr sorry a 2 BR flat. Since in Delhi my budget won't even buy me a bathroom, I made a move towards South West - Gurgaon. Gurgaon, as everyone, knows is the BPO and the millenium city. Sahu was telling me that everyone is running there to buy a property. Rumors are that even Dubya is hunting for something over there.

So this flat was at 9th floor. Still under construction, the property dealer smilingly told about the property being Vastu compliant. I was wondering what is meant by this compliance. Hearing my thoughts, the dealer promptly mentioned that the property is designed in a way so that the garbage fill is at the back of the premises and not at the front. Only then I realized how much thought process we Indians put in planning!

The layout was as if a 3 year old has placed 3 lego bricks alongside. I still wonder if this is called as modern design! And then came the bomb - Price. The dealer put on a face as if he's telling some secret: "People are lining up for this deal. There is a huge demand in the market... blah blah blah". The price - 45L for that 929 sq ft box that too with 4-5 hr power cut. As if in the morning seller's wife told him today's price is 40L! And this time Sahoo thought out loudly - what if a person gets stuck inside lift during a power cut? The dealer confidently told that helpline numbers of security and call centre will be there in the lift; thus providing 24 x 7 service. And I immediately realized we're in a BPO city.

Phew! I told Sahu, "yaar, Don't you think we're at wrong place? I think we should look for some penthouse with a glass ceiling and a personal pool with ultra-high speed lifts". We left the place with dealer following us, "Sir woh bhi arrange ho jayega". I share the grief of a middle class man trying to own a house!
So after visits to 12 different sites, the author gladly shelved off the decision to buy a property. Instead, I've to now call the dealers to show me something on rent. And for the next few days it'll be same old story - vastu compliance, power back up, water supply, security.... but this time for RENT!

Trodding alone, I ask myself why?

Smiles have wrinkles, the faces dry;

Journey is long, I wish I could fly,
I've to go, where earth meets the sky!

PS:
The question in mind is: If two apples or tomatoes are plucked from the same branch and packed together, what is the probability they'll reach the same consumer? :-)
Does anyone have an answer interesting? Do comment!

PPS:
kitni der tak tum baahar rukogi, kitni der tak mein rukuun yahaan
kitni der tak tum sochati rahog, yeh mein bhi dekhunga
kitni der tak tum, mujhe na kahogi, apane sheher aane ko
kitni der tak, dhundana hai bahaana, tumhe kisi bhi tarah chhune ka..
kitni der tak, kitni der tak, aaj shaam ya savere tak...

Rabbism :-)

May 1, 2007

do kadam aur sahi...

:-) Oh Dear Calvin! I definitely would like to continue with my dad, but there sure are things which I would like to change. And I'm sure everyone must have some kind of 'things-to-change' list always ready with them. Btw, killing a bug is not a change!

Who wants to change the things they're comfortable with? Who ever said 'Get out of the comfort zone' must have been sitting in the AC for too long. If you could have named yourself, what would it have been? :-)

But then we miss out the shots we don't take (I try hard to make myself understand this, but as am a hopeless procastinator, by the time I make my mind to catch up with life, it's time for a new change). When I was 10, I missed the shot because I could not CHANGE the darts. So you see dear people; in this fast moving world, the idea is to embrace the change we value, rather than playing catching up with every thing! I would try to follow this in every walk of life :-)

PS:
You tell me how should we know it's time to change?
[1.] change before everyone changes; [2.] try to follow the leader; [3.] when your t-shirt starts stinking; [4.] What the heck, life is going fine;

PPS:
Remember Sonu Nigam's 'do kadam aur sahi'?
zindagi haath mila…saath chal, saath mein aa;
umr bhar saath rahee
do kadam aur sahi…
koi suraj ki dagar, koi sone ka nagar;
chaand ke rath pe chale, jahaan thehre yeh nazar;
dhup dariyaaon mein hai, phir safar paaon mein hai, dil ka aawara diya, doosre gaaon mein hai
aao chale hum wahi
do kadam aur sahi…do kadam aur sahi…do kadam aur sahi…

Apr 28, 2007

About this blog


Well...In the last post I mentioned about the blog going nowhere. Since then have been thinking of making it more meaningful. This blog has grown like a personal diary, which now I somewhat feel should not be the case. Thus yours truly is now working on some idea, which, if implemented, will make this page more interesting to read. I will try my best to make it see the light of 'publishing'.

There has been only one person who has given some comments and that too is anonymous. I would very much like to know this person and share the thoughts. So if you're reading, dear reader, don't blur the image under 'Anonymous'.

PS:

Prepare yourself for truth: Deja Vu (2006) - Denzel Washington, Paula Patton

Apr 26, 2007

At the heels of Life

Calvin is right. Life’s weird. And I’m a weirdo!

Well this hour is not passing so quickly but the last hour slipped out of my hand like sand. More I tighten the grip, the more I loose. So, again on philosophical note, simply trying to play; trying to not to waste too much thought on life and outcomes.

I’m still thinking of how to shape up this blog. It ain’t going anywhere. Any ideas? This week has seen a lot of things – meeting dealers, registering domain, attending cousin’s marriage and reading. Talking of marriage – no one answered to my questions from previous post. If there are some hits, then there should be some comments as well.

Well I don’t want to play a spoilsport over here, but a question keeps coming – How can one define happiness? What if a person is happy and if I tell him that the other person has got more than him, will her/his state of happiness continue? Why do we keep on worrying for inconsequential things?
The essence is why I can’t compartmentalize the life - Maybe because compartmentalization is hard to achieve and is a sign of maturity. How can I prevent happenings in my life to follow sine curve? It’s hard to detach oneself from the dreams, his/her work, and his /her love. The problem is when he/she can’t achieve as per his thoughts; when he/she can’t detach from the life.

PS:
Everyone longs for love – Artificial Intelligence (2001), Haley Joel, Frances O’Connor

Q: [A]. Is ‘Caring and Sharing’ same as that of loving someone?
[B]. Can one be satisfied with the unconditional love?

Can't help writing the lyrics of this beautiful song:
When you love someone - you do anything,
You do all the crazy things that you cant explain,
You shoot the moon - put out the sun, when you love someone...

You deny the truth - believe a lie,
There'll be times that you'll believe you can really fly,
But your lonely nights - have just begun, when you love someone...

When you love someone - you feel it deep inside,
And nothin else can ever change your mind
When you want someone - when you need someone, when you love someone...

When you love someone - you sacrifice,
You'd give it everything you got and you wont think twice
You'd risk it all - no matter what may come, when you love someone...

You shoot the moon - put out the sun, when you love someone...

Bryan Adam's voice does wonders to it!

Apr 19, 2007

Thoughts in a traffic jam

Was stuck in traffic for 2 hours today. It's a pity that to cover a tad 30 km stretch, my Flora (Hyundai Santro) takes 2 hours on Delhi roads. Had it been some freeway, it would have been a such a pleasant (makhan) ride. Though I love to drive, I love to be at helm of affairs, but these days I loathe being on driver's seat.


Anyways, when you're alone and stuck in traffic, your thoughts wander. They move through the happenings of the day, what you could have done better, how you'll respond to the questions thrown by Today and how it would have been great if there was some cola and chips in the car (and a nice chick to talk to) :-).
But then I realized that God parceled all the beauty to Belgium, things have improved over the week and secrets were shared with the Known-One. Apart from these I also realized that:

- Expectations hurt; Only if they're out of your sphere of influence.

- Life is a puzzle; In retrospect, each piece falls into it's place.

- Dreams do come true; Only that one has to work towards them without much expectations of the result.

- Know how to react; It's the reactions that shape up the life.

- Life meets at corners; But working hard is what prepares and pays.

- Fight; Quitting is not an option.

- Sorting out wrinkles is tough; But then smiling gives power.

PS:
One dream is enough to light up the whole sky - October Sky (1999), Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper

Q: Why do we marry? [1.] Just that age is catching up with me, Or [2.] I want some company, Or [3.] My parents forced me, Or [4.] I want to have a legal physical relationship and raise kids..., Or [5.] That I found someone for whom I can do anything and want to see her/him smiling at any cost?

I vouch for an unconditional love! What about you?

Apr 18, 2007

Don't get mad, Get even

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." - Mahatma Gandhi

We all love heroes - irrespective of culture, caste, nationality. Am not different from others and I too am touched by the heroic deeds of the others. For me, KNOWN-ONE is the source of booster doses. I got one more - "Don't get mad, get even". This made me think -
  • At least God gives you something (though I now do accept that His ways are different), and
  • How to develop the 'Never say die' and 'fighting' attitude?

I'm not worried about the hard work I've to put to achieve the targets. The problem with me is that I let go off the things so easily that I sometimes feel helpless. And as put by Russell Crowe, I feel terrified, petrified, mortified, stupified by life. But now I want to change this. I want to getup and start all over again if I hit the bottom.

To begin with, for every problem, solutions will be figured out; decisions will be taken INTIME; and no repenting upon them. And then fight will be given in all the things - from Table Tennis matches to the discussions in the boardroom; from Kabaddi to wooing a girl.



Hence onwards, a transformation will be brought about. Life is the function of you and your actions. I'll give fight, no matter what. Who knows, someone might be watching me!

PS: Remmber the Titans (2000) - Denzel Washington, Will Patton
I can watch this movie any number of times.

Q: What is the goal in life? Does planning for the goals help? (I'm only talking about long term ones).

Apr 15, 2007

Of the games and stories


Inner voices voted out the dragging of life in this state. Everyone has the option to select and the paths to choose. Trying to identify my sphere of influence and trying NOT to bother about the circle I can't control. Though the second option seems bit difficult at this hour. No wonder these thoughts take over you. Only if I can start this game all over, I wonder if I would have played any differently. I also wonder how someone else would have faired. But then am not a renegade one.

Just to distract the thoughts, thinking to cultivate the skill of story telling. Somehow there are not many links in my grey cells, and I only end up with facts instead of links and fiction. But then one must admit that story telling is an art and I wonder if this can be cultivated anyway or only the ones having quotas get them.


We all do stories - to children, to friends, to colleagues, in a sales pitch, to ourselves! There should be something while telling the tales - the roles should come to life; they should talk and sing and move. The rules are simple - one starts with an introduction, moves to tell the tale and then adds the punch line which makes it one of the best things listeners ever heard. Doing the research lead to the following points to make the difference (src http://www.storytell.com.au):

  • Adjust the delivery by selecting tone, loudness, rhythm, expression, movement. Voice should shape the words to figures of fancy.

  • Choose your words and style

  • Check what audience wants

  • As with other skills, Practice

  • Carefully select the stories to tell i.e. choose your content

  • Try and refine

So just try and mesmerize all those who come in the vicinity of your words.


PS: A Beautiful Mind (2001) - He Saw The World In A Way No One Could Have Imagined; Russell Crowe, Ed Harris

Listening to 'lamha lamha doori kyon pighalti hai, jaane kis aag mein yeh shabnam jalti hai...' from gangster.

PPS: I dream of being with the KNOWN-ONE !

Apr 12, 2007

Love me the most when I deserve it least

Someone was so true in saying:

"Love me the most when I deserve it least"

Love here is a feeling, a belief, a reassurance; son asking mother, follower asking God, he asking her, a friend asking the other! I look around and far, only to find crowd. I think and dream.

Love me the most, when I deserve the least,
Hold my stern, if I wad away...
Show me to rise, when I'd a fall...
Be there to light my world, when they're leaving all,
when time comes to halt and life cease to exist,
Love me the most, when I deserve the least !!

There are people who deserve life; there are others who've in abundance. Chris at least had a goal in 'The Pursuit of Happiness', I don't have any in sight.

The Pursuit Of Happiness(2007) - Will Smith, Jaden Smith

Apr 11, 2007

Please pray for me

Committed one of the biggest mistakes of my life on 10th Apr! The tensions and strains of one part of my life erupted at someplace else. I wish I could have more control over outburst of emotions and have more luck at my side (maybe everyone thinks that way). I wish I could think before any action I take. I would go to any length to sort it out but then every one has a truck loads of wishes. Whose will come true?

This is not a stressed out soul talking. It's the life missing something which others won't even notice. And then I question myself "am I among the few who crib for it or is there anyway to make life better without having it?".

But some times life hurts; and it hurts badly. This one touched my life as well; I've done some irrepairable damage. I wouldn't have done that in my dreams. I don't want to loose those goneby moments; they are so few in my life; only during breaks or sometime during chat sessions.
Such is the immaturity level that I still dream of a fairy coming and taking me into the woods.

Things have gone from bad to worse since the last post. They say prayers have great power. Please pray for me that everything goes back to what I left as on first week of April.

Apr 2, 2007

tere naina talash karein jise

Listening to beautiful number sung by Manna Dey. It goes "tere naina talash karein jise woh to hai tere paas diwaane... tere naina..."

More than 95% of people would be ready to trade places with me in life, but still something is missing. What is that I'm looking for? Why at the end I've only this LCD screen to talk with? Ain't these are the days about which we dreamt of in our enigineering hostels? Why am I hollow? Are the smiles around me fake? Or is it that I'm the only one discontent? Is it same way with everyone?

Why is it so that life doesn't tread the path I want? Why is it so that I'm always being reminded that it's not your game? And from where I get the energy to push and jostle, to fight for the things I want, but the very next moment I feel helpless? Is it same way with everyone?

I know the hard work is the mantra... or some will say smart work is the punch. But why i get the positive outcomes in only quarter of cases? Why I want to have something which can't be mine? Why I long for the lost moments? And for the moments which can't be there? Are these too much of expectations and dreams? Is it same way with everyone?

The Step

Afraid of taking first step. It's always a big one and one fears of falling down into the depths. But chasms can't be crossed with two small steps; it has to be A big one! Let's story.

Anant was sincere and a hardworking fellow working for an advertising agency. Neha was dynamic and giggling, always donning that 'she's an angel' smile. Both were working on same assigment for nearly 3 months for now. The results were good, they were meeting milestones as planned. It was a warm evening, both walking past the high rise official complex:

(A): we seem to be on target. This project is going as scheduled. I don;t want any hiccups at this stage. We've working like hell.
(N): Yes. you've put a lot of effort. Wanna coffee?
(A): Sure. How about the demo to the Mr. V (Boss) some time tomorrow?
(N): Suits me!
(A): How is mom doing back at home?

They njoyed sharing the words, thoughts, joys and sorrows; this has been the 10th evening they're coffeeing together in past fortnight. It was (N) who asked (A) out at first; and the only answer she got from (A) was "at 7 PM".

Somehow in good times everyone wants to hold on to time. It always seems in hurry. Even I wish I could cling on to it! They wished the same as street lamps passed over their heads.

Six months passed by and the ad was a roaring success. Everyone in the office talked about their hardwork. Time came for the official word. To A's surprise, N was given credit of the success of the ad. The last 10 months A has worked like hell and all he got was "continue with the same spirit", while N was showered with praise and hike.

There are times when a moment seems to take years, as if afraid of moving forward. The cold jittery winds were blowing, both walking by as street lamps watched the shadows drooping by.
Should these things matter in life?

Mar 7, 2007

Common Problems and ways to generate revenue

Lane Driving

Can anyone imagine driving in lanes in Delhi or for that matter any where in India? Well I tried to and it was such a nice feeling. Why can’t our traffic cops enforce the rule to drive in lanes (if there are any)? As per the study, when someone drives in lanes, the average time to reach the destination is less than that of not following the lanes. Then why should not we preach LANE DRIVING IS SAFE & FAST DRIVING?

Solution: If implemented, it’ll be a money minting scheme for DP. Put the cameras at various points on the highways and next day send the tickets to the defaulters.

Number of vehicles in Delhi’s road = 2.6 Million (as per 2005 survey)
Number of passenger cars on Delhi-Gurgaon road per day = 150,000
http://www.roadtraffic-technology.com/projects/delhi-gurgaon/
Lane Driving violation fine = 500 INR
Net revenue per day on Delhi-Gurgaon road = INR 7.5 crores

Do this for a week and you’ll be generating cool INR 52.5 crores. And this will be just for one road in NCR J. DP should give some kind of medal to me.


Right of the Ways for Ambulances

Ever happened to be in situation where no one listens to ambulance sirens and ambulances stuck in traffics? I personally feel guilty about it. So why not we preach ‘give way to ambulances’?

Solution: This will be another solution of which DP will be proud of me. Put the cameras in front of ambulances. The erring drivers can be pictured by drivers at will. The camera will be operational only when the ambulance is on move and siren is wailing.

Right of the way for Ambulance violation fine = 1000 INR (after all it’s a matter of someone’s life)
Average number of vehicles in front of Ambulance daily = 1000
Net monthly revenue per ambulance = INR 1,000,000


Feb 3, 2007

Ideas Rule - Fundoo Idea # 1

In India, more and more counts are enjoying coffee. We're so getting used to it that while driving people feel like coffee-ing. Well the great business idea is to open a coffee chain. Nothing new till this point, right?
Well this chain will be a drive-through & take-away chain. The idea is to setup coffee shops near busy roads (say Delhi - Gurgaon). People can drive through and njoy the sip. The coffee bars will be open 18x7.

Infrastructure: The area will be a 2 storeyed spiral with 5 converging lanes. Vehicles will enter the viccinity at one level and leave from the other. Thus at a time 5 cars can be served. Furthermore, the cashless transactions will be encouraged; coffee cards will be provided for say 1, 5, 10... drinks. Thus serving time will reduce (maximum serving time has to be less than 2 mins) and people can njoy steamy hot drink during drives in winters.


Tech Help: Technology will be of help as well. Consumers will be able to place the order on mobiles. Once the consumer drives in, the order will be passed on to the corresponding mbl number.

So anyone for partnerships? I hope people will pass me on the royality if they happen to steal the ideas.

PS: Think about going back home sipping spiked coffee. All my tensions evaporated at the mere thought of it!

Jan 27, 2007

Serendiptiy

Someone said it very appropriate - "Life happens at corners". It's one of the premises which can be taken as a premise or axiom to prove the happenings in the life. If one turns back towards life, in retrospect, everything falls at place and completes the picture.

Getting philosophical - ain't it! But why should not I. Why most of us are worried in taking that FIRST step? Even if we've our innerself chanting 'you can do it'!

Looking for the answer to the question -

DO THE THINGS HAPPEN AS THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO? If not, then why do we have serendipity?

Serendipty: John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale (2001)