Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Can you?

Can you make an unhappy person happy? Can you really try and cheer a person who does not want to budge from their own world of misery?

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Woman & her Man

When a man is devoted to his wife, he is ridiculed, called names and generally frowned upon. But, the same behavior in a woman is taken in stride without batting an eyelid. A woman's place is besides her husband, they say. She can work, have her friends but she has to be devoted to his needs, they say.

So why can't we accept the same behavior in a man. Why is that when a man cares 'too much' for his wife's needs, he is ridiculed? Is this because of the hunter-nurturer legacy left for us by our cave-dwelling ancestors?

Animal kingdom has many examples where nurturing is done by the male and the female is the provider. But as human beings, the supposedly intelligent beings that we are (!!?), we cannot accept what is termed as role-reversals.

A man just might like to don the apron to whip up a nice hot meal for his wife, after setting up the house the way she likes it, so that when she walks in, she will walk in to a home smelling of delicious food and looking the way she just likes.

As far as I am concerned, there is nothing wrong in the above scenario, as long as both the woman and her man are happy!

Thursday, August 18, 2005


Rays of light filtering through the clouds, lighting up the world slowly and surely, beginning a new day, a new chapter every morning, every day, for all of us. Can we ask for any other blessing than waking up and realizing the new experiences waiting to be explored by us everyday?

Begin each day as a new slate, filling it up as the sun wanders from one end to another, refreshed and energized by sleep. What we have today might not last until tomorrow and let the lingering after taste of yesterday be washed away by the light of the new day.

Yesterday has gone away and tomorrow is too far away. Today is all we have, so let’s make the most of it.

Sunday, August 14, 2005


"I stand by my hero because the person is my hero and thus can do no wrong!"

How often have we heard the above statement being made, especially when its known that the person was infact in the wrong and the hero had enough substance put a 'zero' to shame! Guess the definition for a hero should be redefined to "a person I like because I like" and hence can do no wrong!

Wednesday, August 03, 2005


  • Too young to vote
  • Too young to stay out late
  • Too young to date
  • Too young to know the rights & wrongs
  • Too young to sit and talk with the 'adults'
But old enough to choose the subjects that decide what we want to do with the rest of our lives!