We got to lose something to get something better. We all know that. But sometimes, we have to lose something best to get something that is yet another best. You may ask why. Simply because, someone said, ‘Continuous growth is better than static perfection’ and I agree with it.
If everyone one of us stays contented with what we have, probably the terms like invention, discoveries, innovation, etc might not have existed. Even the word growth would have remained less meaningful.
So how do you think inventions & innovations happen? Not all of can become Newton(s), only by watching an apple fall. It all begins with a thirst, thirst for wanting more & a passion, passion to know more. These are the seeds, when nurtured the right way become winnings. Shall we stop with it? Or should we move ahead in search of something bigger? The static perfectionist(s) stop here. Others come, lets GROW.
With the winning on hand, let’s be happy. Let’s keep flying until we settle with dissatisfaction. A HAPPY DISSATISFACTION. Happy for the success & dissatisfaction for the thirst. Now there is this drama, between heart & brain. Play a 20-20 & pass on carefully so the outcome makes you ask WHAT NEXT? If you reach this phase, then you are there. Now its time to JUMP OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE, face challenges, take up opportunities and excel your previous excellence.
Let the beautiful butterflies so you can have better view of the flowers
I’m not much of television person. Exceptions to reality shows that share time with my dinning plates. From recent times I’ve been watching Neengalum Vellalam Oru Kodi (NVOK), a reality show hosted by actor, Prakash Raj. We get to see this multi-faced actor in yet another role. Hats off, for he is doing justice to this too. Wondering how a person can perfectly fit into all suits with so much ease & also make a mark in people’s mind.
Having seen some informative, few emotional but ever entertaining episodes, yesterday was one show I enjoyed a lot with actor Sivakarthikeyan on the hot seat. He is such a witty person one couldn’t resist laughing loud when hearing to him. This multi-talented humble person has lots of credits to his name, which he declares with simplicity. From a mimic artist-to-host-to-an actor, he has travelled a long way, yet claims this as his start. Hope to see many more feathers in his cap.
Sharing the show clip. Watch & have fun.!!
Part II awaited!!
Best Wishes to
Beginning in the land of Meluha, on of the oldest civilizations around River Indus (which most of us refer to as the Indus Valley Civilization) this piece of fiction along with references from epics & myths, makes it sound like a real history.
The story begins with introduction of a tribe from Tibet, with an invitation to settle in a land beyond the mountain. Along with them we too are taken into the new land – civilized, systematic & flourishing kingdom of Meluha. Suryavanshis , the inhabitants of this land live prosperously with vast knowledge. But there is a hidden mystery, that keeps haunting this wonderful people of Meluha. They are awaiting a legendary hero to save them.
The legendary hero, to everyone’s surprise is from the barbaric tribe. He is entitled as their savior, the Neelkanth. Shiva the Neelkanth promises to do his best to this people & begins his journey with faith in his Karma. His journey is through a misconception of what they think as evil, and then comes an immense good that turns evil. Like every other story, destruction of evil is the climax.
The land of Meluha – an dream land with all good in it.
Suryavanshis VS Chandravanshis – the two way of life, may sound vague but has in-depth vision in it.
Good & Evil – ‘Both are sides of same coin’ – beautifully explained truth.
Characterization – All characters are carefully sculpted , for you will remember every single person with names & qualities.
If you have a liking towards history/epics , I strongly recommend you to read this book. Fiction lovers who would like to be taken to a new fantasy world can have a good time with this book.
Book 1 : The Immortals of Meluha
Book 2: The Secret of Nagas
Book 3: The Oath of Vayuputras
Author: Amish Tripathi
Can anyone actually visualize someone else’s dream??
May sound weird!
It’s a confusing question ringing in my mind for the past few days.
Let me explain!
Even as I’m in the process of shaping my own dream, I currently work for someone else’s dream. Yes guys, I work with a multi interest entrepreneur. Lately he’s been talking about a new venture and I have been entrusted some responsibilities concerned to it. Each time we have a discussion about it, I end up with lot of interpretations.
30% correct; 30% wrong & 40% confused.
Correct remains right; wrong(s) are questioned & corrected; whereas the confused remains confused!
Ultimately the question arises, did I get what he actually meant? That’s when I ask my brain to visualize the project the way its initiator does. It ends up with a conclusion; which no one can rate. In the end our perception changes to some extent & we start perceiving our own dreams in a slightly different way; in my case, better way.
Quiet a few books still lay unopened on my desk. Two somewhere half way; incomplete. And one bookmarked in the prologue page.
Yet the joy of buying a new one is so tempting, that I couldn’t wait for the weekend. Now that it’s in place, I can go to the book fair & have my weekend bliss.
Each time I go to a book fair, I have a huge list of to-search books, but end up with a new set of interesting titles. Hope this year too would be the same.
See you guys on Sunday with the updates from the 36th annual book fair from Chennai