Nothing catches my imagination or fires me up as much as taking a road trip. Add to that the excitement of doing my first long trip in my Tata Safari and you have my mouth watering. The vacation was a… Read More ›
This is a classic example of car dealers in India not understanding the harm they do to their own business through bad business practices.
So today, as everybody around me kept talking about Women’s Day, it was surprising that I thought of this scene and related it to my life and the women in my life. I am very fortunate to be surrounded by very special women – they have been strong and tender, giving and demanding, caring and but not overbearing. Yes, I have been lucky.
A review of the movies I watched this week. Watching Movies – Episode 1 On this show: Action Replayy Driving Miss Daisy Remains of the Day Walk the Line
I guess my journey began with the book Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. I agreed with the author that someone who has seen God can only tell you about how it felt to see God; they cannot help you see God.
Sumi and I have begun walking in the evening. We walk up and down the road in front of the house for about 30 min. Apart from being good for our health, it gives us some time to talk.
Sumi wanted to tell him how hard his parents work to make the money to get him things.
Sumi: Where do you think all this money is coming from?
One of the good things about smoking is that you get a feel of the number of people who actually care for you. They come up with ideas to get you to quit smoking, some of which are outright pleas and others which are downright outrageous. But where ever on the dial they lie, they are indications of care and love. These attempts ensure that the thought about quitting tobacco stays in the front of your mind. You constantly debate with yourself about whether you should take the trouble to get rid of the habit.