Wednesday, September 14, 2011


While I was talking to a friend, he mentioned that he expected someone  to be ideal. Its been very long after I ponder over something or some subject in my mind. This conversation pushed me into that old habit for few minutes, thinking through and trying to see what is all about, Is being ideal - something real in life. In my experience Idealism is very  far from reality.. One does not encounter an ideal person in a normal world. believe, even if someone says he/she is not selfish, that's merely a statement. There are many important/crucial events or incidences in life, where I have seen people behaving quite selfish. And I have also seen the positive side of that... this is not a cynical post.. rather I am just randomly writing today what I feel about idealism, which does not seem to exist. But happiness exits, society exist, people exists together... Unless all the negative energy is wiped out, I don't see idealism. I sincerely believe we should not misuse the word "ideal"

Great Day !!!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Hunger Brain Cells!!

In the companies like Shell, one can more or less get into the areas one would like to, as long as he/she can deliver focussed.. What I think Mundane work is sometimes very crucial for business delivery. So one has compensate and leave their brain cells hunger at some instances. And doing a very in-depth fundamental work is not going to help unless there is a clear business connection, even in case of emerging technologies (in the horizon of say 5-20 years)...

This is one moment in my career life, I look back and feel, and look ahead and feel, there are lot more new arrivals (techs...) and theres lot more scope, and depends solely on me, to try and develop in these fields. Of course, politics are everywhere.

ps:  in a relatively vast company, if there are "x" no. of people using their power, there are more than "x" no. of people who are genuine and have good integrity values. That I believe is the major caveat: we should network with those appropriate people (no loose ends, hence straightforward approach) as well as those inappropriate people (human factor :))..

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Naughty yet Adorable ..

Our recent pet (less than one year with us).. is one of the naughty dogs in this world. We grew an another labrador for nearly 3 years. She was so polite, so kind. Of course she was aged. She expired a year and 1 month before and then we started to grow the one posted here..naming her also "Jessy".

Once my dad got up from the long chair he was laying down, he saw Jessy running fast towards that chair. BTW, She keeps eating, running and jumping, her fav time pass. So he neglected and went ahead. Much to his surprise, she jumped onto the chair and never got down from that for hours till my brother told her in stern voice "Jessy! get up!". This is the most naugtiest dogs we have ever seen.

So far she has torn many of mom's sarees, trying to jump and play with her. She knows her timetable: when she needs food, walk, pee, sleep. To our surprise without any formal training, she has picked up everything. The most adorable part is that she is always happy for no reason to believe.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Serial Time Pass

Kill Bill series
Transporter series
Die hard series
Home alone series
Harry potter series

I wish there are lot more of  such movies :)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011


When the Navy Seals conducted the Abbottabad raid, the CIA and The White House were watching the fight in real time.
They were using VSee technology Each Seal had a video camera on his gun, the video signal was transferred to a helicopter hovering above, the helicopter had enough power to uplink the video to a satellite, which linked back to the CIA and White house.  

Quite amazing. Vsee provides low bandwidth collaborating capability. I am not sure what would be the real business need. Knowing that it has been used for such a confidential purpose, may be security is the main strategic intent. Every product will have a selection killer. May be, this pdt cant be used for basic collabortaion needs one need in industry, or for the hi-fi Mars exploration by NASA. But seeing how a product suits a specific need or knowing it, itsef is an innovation.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

It persists...

There is a saying that only if the two wings of the birds separate, the bird can fly.. Similarly, only when you wait during separations and understand the worth of your loved ones , the love would increase/you realize that.
Like... Parents/kids waiting to see each other; the couples waiting to see each other!! I think no one can enjoy the journey alone..

ps: When ppl are alone, always they remember the moments they spend together with their loved ones.That way small separations are very meaningful. And these thoughts if they are in the mind, they persists forever.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Restart of an "Ended ........."

I wanted to do this.. But I could not do this ... How much serious am I about that, determines how hard I take it my heart... and how much I use my mind to get out of it?

Life is never simple like that. Its neither deterministic nor random..

But "never mind" kind of attitude is something very very hard to get used to, for those who stands for what they are ...

There is no escape , but  face and find solutions.

After all these hard phases, what if something very crucial/tough turns out very peaceful in life. It is seemed to be deterministic at some degree and random at different degrees.. But I realised that the whole crux or the meat of the problems in life is not completely random in terms of both causes and solutions. We get for what we do. I got all those bad and good phases for whatever I did !! There is a possibility to restart even when someone feels the life has ended..

I just feel its a restart of an ended life.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Individual Thinking

"You may have been born a genius, but you have to put a lot of sweat into it after that. You don’t get to be a gold medal Olympian on natural talent alone.

Success may begin with natural talent, but you also need the work ethic and drive.

When you start your career, you focus on generating data, but as you go on, what’s important is the integration of knowledge, not the data per se. That integration takes time, you just have to live through it. You also have to be able to handle failure and rejection along the way. Don’t be afraid to try something creative and new just because the experiment might not work out."

ps: not sure if I can disclose whose words are these, but that does not matter ...

Saturday, October 9, 2010

The companionship #1

On the relationship with the pet dogs...
Last night, I was moved by "Marley and Me" movie.. I started watching it,thinking  to have joy and amusement watching the no-so good mannered dog and his eventful plays ..
But it was not just that at the end.. This movie is a real slice of anyone's life who has a pet dog and considers him or her as one of the family members..

Life with a pet dog, when you have say few minutes in morning, an hour in evening and few minutes in night to afford to take care and play with him is like rejuvenating yourself... Its like having a kid forever....Of course, its hard to get them learn manners but they are very intelligent.. as long as the highest authority in the home :D says anything , the dog starts obeying... coz they consider him/her as their master.. Apparently our Jessy obeys only my dad, and easily neglects whatever me or my mom says ... But there's lot of fun in whatever she does... And most importantly, there's lot of love she shares....

To quote.... Few lines from this movie said by the hero whose pet dog dies after he gets aged...

"A dog has no use for fancy cars or big homes or designer clothes. Status symbol means nothing to him. A waterlogged stick will do just fine. A dog judges others not by their color or creed or class but by who they are inside. A dog doesn't care if you are rich or poor, educated or illiterate, clever or dull. Give him your heart and he will give you his. It was really quite simple, and yet we humans, so much wiser and more sophisticated, have always had trouble figuring out what really counts and what does not. As I wrote that farewell column to to my pet Marley, I realized it was all right there in front of us, if only we opened our eyes. Sometimes it took a dog with bad breath, worse manners, and pure intentions to help us see."

Monday, September 6, 2010


             The Innocence ...
                    The Love ...
                           The Freedom ...