Category Archive for 'think'

molting process

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

If we consider a snake, over time, it gets a new skin, and its old skin dies. Its not easy for the snake to get rid of the old skin. It has to wriggle through rocks and narrow spaces and put in considerable effort to get rid of the old skin. Its quite uncomfortable – […]

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

If we consider a snake, over time, it gets a new skin, and its old skin dies. Its not easy for the snake to get rid of the old skin. It has to wriggle through rocks and narrow spaces and put in considerable effort to get rid of the old skin. Its quite uncomfortable – […]

obituary of Sanjay

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Bangalore — Sanjay Mysoremutt, 36, died Thursday, June 2, 2011 at Bangalore. He leaves among others, his almost 4 year old jovial son, his affectionate wife, his caring mother and sister, family around the globe and many wonderful friends. He was, arguably not to an unreasonable extent, a gluttonous, slothful, inconsiderate, indifferent, professionally complacent, hypocritical, […]

luck at home

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Yesterday evening’s rain was phenomenal – they were the strongest winds I’d ever seen. From our 10th floor the view of the neighbouring building looked like a waterfall, with water flowing horizontally, it was an amazing sight! I had closed our window because the water usually comes in through it, but I had not known […]

twilight zone in a heavenly park

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Walkers amidst the greenery

cause and effect

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Newton’s Third Law states that to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This may be easy to see for simple situations where I apply force on this keyboard and it gets depressed, resulting in the letters appearing on this screen. But in more complex things – what is the exact cause of […]

best days were school days?

Monday, April 12th, 2010

Usually this is true for most of us. In school days we had the most fun – because we learnt the most! Not just in the classrooms (of course some classes were pretty boring! 😉 ) but everywhere else as well. We learnt new games like cricket and football and then we learnt how to […]

10 day prison that started to free me

Friday, April 9th, 2010

In 2001, some stranger I had a chance encounter with told me of a 10 day camp residential camp. Out of curiosity I found out more about it eventually – that it has a rigorous daily timetable from morning 4 AM to night 9:30 PM sort of like a prison! After all the procrastination I […]

'hectic stressfree life' not an oxymoron

Friday, April 9th, 2010

I’m discovering this more and more out day by day nowadays! Feeling more alive, invigorated, useful, contributive, affectionate, caring – than ever before. Still a lot more to work on my integrity – which I’m rediscovering is the basic foundation behind everything. Will write in more detail as things settle down.

yet unexplored features of a hi-tech phone…

Monday, March 29th, 2010

What if one had a Nexus/iPhone or some hi-tech sophisticated phone… and only used it to make phone calls…?