Any ‘ism’ leaves it’s true crusader with disillusionment, for there is no such thing as perfectionism; the test then is, one has to walk the opposite direction to finish life’s journey.
Heaven on earth is a glimpse of the spontaneous shared laughter of a mom and kid in trivial things, the world finds boring.
Y’all unfeeling robots need a reason for existence and you blame it on love.
If you tell a story and if it be yours, it better not be a sad story or you better don’t tell.
Success is part talent and lots of networking, the connection be with people or through the matter of work. Great talent or stunningly original works are the ones that never come to light in their time like Emily Dickinson and Van Gogh. Some never see light. It is a matter of courage, truth, beauty and principle as much as talent. Few like me lacking both talent and connections can die happily knowing we never had the chance.
Love is a notion, most powerful of them all. More beautiful than the formless divine. Sometimes reality can live up to or defeat the highest of these notions and imaginations. But don’t expect it all the time, for if it did, you simply wouldn’t know the difference.
Love and women are like candies and kids, they never have their fill.
Love and men are like dust and carpet, it never goes away, though they wish it did.
- My hero is untalented and slow, yet cannot be defeated as he runs in the opposite direction.
- Everyone runs hard for money, for themselves and their children; one asked my hero, why do you always stand when I see you here; he too runs in paths not easily seen, in the hope to teach people to walk.
- We dedicate all our life to earn money, when to spend; Oh! our children, but we’ve taught them also to earn, then who will spend?
- The people of today run on the dictum of society and call themselves successful or on the path of success, they see no other choice, a few see a choice to be restful; yet run to teach others sense and in hope that one day we may all sit together.
- You have no choice if you are born poor but you have a choice not to die so is the greatest lie of all, the few that make it lose their happiness and life and the rich don’t have it easy either, they are afraid of being poor.
- Even the most liberal of parents burden their children when it comes to education, do institutions give true education; the generation before us had a life, we at least had a childhood, but what of the poor kids today?
- Parental affection is the truest thing in the world, but parental responsibility is the reflection of what peers in society may say and so parents stifle their children; this is the major reason progress is slow.
- Good kids are those with good marks, good youths are those with great earnings with or without marks and great adults are those with money or have kids of aforesaid qualities.
- Money isn’t happiness. What is? A family of three dining quietly in Marriott or a simple extended family dinner, bragging to a friend on whatsapp and having the most likes on facebook, or a hilarious meeting of neighborhood friends.
- All we need to teach our children is not to listen to the rants of those around and find their true self but when we ourselves are the ones ranting the most in the guise of guiding them, how will they ever truly find themselves and happiness.
- “Superficiality is the curse of the modern world” – Matthew Kelly
- “Lack of money is the root of all evil” – George Bernard Shaw
- “Loneliness is the leprosy of the modern world” – Mother Teresa
- “And I can fight only for something that I love, love only what I respect and respect only what I at least know” – Adolf Hitler
- “Let no man pull you low enough to hate him” – Martin Luther King
- “An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching” – M.K Gandhi
- “The World won’t be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything” – Albert Einstein
- “Carry out a random act of kindness with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that someday someone might do the same for you” – Princess Diana
- “Some men see things as they are and say ‘Why’, I dream things never were and say ‘Why not’.” – John.F.Kennedy
- “Every day people straighten up the hair, why not the heart” – Che Guevara
1. The first barrier in a revolution is breaking the shackles of home and that is the toughest part.
2. In the modern revolution Che Guevera’s gun fights are replaced by the digital phenomenon where content is the bullet(s) and marketing and reach is the gun and the call for action and persons acting upon it in real life are the hands pulling the trigger.
3. Turbulent times call for a revolution but why in seemingly calmer times, it is to prevent further turbulence, violence, blood shed and have a bloodless revolution.
4. From the Gita, Bible, Koran to Che Guevera, all say the same thing when ever there is tyranny and oppression we must fight and defeat it, whatever be the cost, for live life with dignity or it isn’t worth living at all.
5. In India is there a need for revolution, think of the tyranny, can a normal person challenge a minister or business tycoon and come with their dignity unscathed.
6. You need a mad man to start a revolution and there isn’t any one madder than me in the people I know.
7. Every revolutionary becomes a Tyrant and as long as bloodless revolutions are possible they must happen cyclically and faster as corporate know the importance of faster product life cycles.
8. Elections aren’t a bloodless revolution; something more more potent to bring radical and good change to the lives of the people can be only called a revolution.
9. A revolution needs countless people but the anger of an isolated man on the tyranny of the state can be a starting point.
10. A revolutionary and an anarchist aren’t the same thing but an anarchist can start and participate in a revolution but a revolutionary is needed to carry it through.