As I look back 2010! My friends list tells me it was a year of blogs!
More than 10 of my friends have a blog now!
Some of my best!
1. Concise and technically clear http://ow.ly/3soRT by @manan Kakkar
2. Candid brief Review for flicks Q4C http://ow.ly/3soUu by @SoahamGanguly
3. Elegantly Simple by http://ow.ly/3sp0Q @Vivek Narayanan
Shortly, I was commuting by train to my house, I found an old man with glasses on his nose, reading the English version of ‘Bhagavad Gita’ quite point to point his finger making sure he not miss a word!
What caught me was his dedication and a bag of more books he was carrying with! I asked him (with a fear of being rejected), “What is the most important thing in life?’ He replied after a pause ‘DISCIPLINE!’
Sadly, I asked him in the last minutes of my travel(next time I commit to do it a lot before and in a more extraordinary persistent way). Made me think over it : How disciplined are we in our lives? Actually remembered Mahatma Gandhi – a single man who truly was so disciplined in whatever in did, that challenged the mightiest country in the world!
Finally, this man got off to his place and replied “One more thing is more important in life, its ENERGY!….You must have energy to use your time more productively.”
Must say a man with silver head and a golden heart!
[P.S: The reason I write this is because of his departure a young lad standing on the doors of the train was playing loudly ‘Socha Hai Ye Tumne Kya Kabhi’ from ‘Rock On’ which set the dramatic pun intended]
Just as we are planning our getaway near Mumbai, I came across Karnala, a place famous for its fort pinnacle and of course floral and the bird sanctuary around.
The very first thing I came across are the following links with pictures and a bit info!
A blog on Karnala BS
Ah..Recently got into a State Transport(ST) and while travelling on it got some great driving lessons! Liked to share that with you:
1. Drive on the highway as if its not a bus but an airplane on a runway.
2. Cut each vehicle you see ahead of yourself.
3. Never follow anyone!
Reminded me of Rajnikanth Ishtyle!