Che Guevara Quotes in today’s context – 1

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1. Betterment is a bitter mint.

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2. Dilli chalo ya mumbai, bus chalo befikar.

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3. Accept defeat, but never concede it.

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4. Better be whatever you are now rather than bowing to the unknown in hope of achieving your deepest ambition. For those who say bow down never know the meaning of ambition or courage. For ambitions are truly achieved only when done without ever bowing once.

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5. There are phases in everyone’s life where the things they take for granted are put under threat. It means there is a change around the corner. To embrace it or fight it is left to each man himself.

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6. Ud ud meri yaaro na mud mud yaaro, duniya dekhi saari par ab hai theri baari.

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7. Take at least half measures to meet change when it is around the corner.

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8. Hiding behind words like realistic, pragmatical etc is to climb high in this corrupt world is fine but at last one has to live with his conscience.

Quote challenge

Thank you amalkoblog.wordpress.com for nominating me to the quote challenge and making me feel accepted and part of this blogging community.

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To put these quotes in a simple sentence, find yourself, be yourself and stay the path. In reality it may not be as simple as the words seem, yet it is the only true way to live.

I hereby nominate the following for 3 day quote challenge: writeshefali.wordpress.com, poemsbyarti.wordpress.com, khushbuwrites.wordpress.com

Rules: 1) Thank the person who nominated you. 2)Post 1-3 quotes every day for three consecutive days. 3) Nominate three other people each day.

Happy blogging !!

Leashed

Purpose. Everyone has a purpose is a truth I conceded long ago. But what then is my purpose is something I will never know. Yet I’ve made an attempt to unearth the purpose of my life and shed a light on everyone else’s.  All my life I’ve wanted to make a movie. The goal has never wavered and is still on. But now it is the aspiration for a vocation, just like any other and primarily to make money. When I found Che through this blog, fermenting social change or being a part of it, became my primary aspiration. Movie is a way and is still on. I am as much a human being as the rest of us and a lesser kind of the species in fact and want what all of us want, freedom and happiness. I know it can’t be unbridled, and our job and family and other aspirations’ commitments shape our lives, as much as freedom to do what we really want.

All of my friends are earning, married and have children. I haven’t ever had a real job, if you don’t count the two half yearly stints. I am a dependent on my parents, but never lack for money and am well supplied. I am said to have Bipolar Disorder, some sort of psychiatric disorder. I am single and am happy about it so far, and am thinking of it for the long haul.

Every one feels chained. Everyone overcomes this and transform their chains into walls and live within its boundaries, a happy family or professional life. I am happy as I am is a partly true claim. If well funded and free, anyone can be, is my humble opinion. I haven’t deserved, it might be true, but since when did people have to deserve their happiness. If so I haven’t heard of it. If you can be happy without harming another’s interest grab it with both your hands, I say.

I feel like a dog on a leash and my claim has some substance. The leash has two parts. One is money which is vital. The next is gratitude and affection and what would come to my family if I walk out. All my friends and other peers are taking charge in some form or the other. They take their decisions or at least claim so while their wives are away. I am being set for marriage. For me marriage is trading one leash for another. I pant for freedom. I want to take at least a few laps of unbridled freedom before I heed society. Taking time out or late life commitment is a common thing in most countries but not in India. If it is a choice between freedom and family life, I would choose freedom, as I haven’t taken it in fully yet.

I am not an abstract person talking of abstract freedom either. My freedom has concrete shape. I want to travel alone, to ponder the Taj, and take a dip in the Ganges. Does that mean, later I would fall in line. No I would be headquartered in Chennai and trying to make documentaries or something. So is it for the Taj or the documentary, is it my freedom? No it is my lifestyle I am fighting  for. More importantly the freedom to choose my lifestyle. It has  to be my choice and not enforced. Lifestyle is Life. The argument against my independence is BPD. What good is a secured life lived within the walls. When I am prepared to die for my freedom, will you stop me on account of a cold. I will end this post with two quotes that guide me in this regard.

“Far better to live your own path imperfectly than to live another’s path perfectly” –  Bhagvad Gita

“Any society that will give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both” – Benjamin Franklin

Where So Fast?

  1. My hero is untalented and slow, yet cannot be defeated as he runs in the opposite direction.
  2. 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.
  3. 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?
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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?
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.

Famous Quotes for Today’s World

  1. “Superficiality is  the curse of the modern world” – Matthew Kelly
  2. “Lack of money is the root of all evil”  – George Bernard Shaw
  3. “Loneliness is the leprosy of the modern world” – Mother Teresa
  4.  “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
  5. “Let no man pull you low enough to hate him” – Martin Luther King
  6. “An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching” – M.K Gandhi
  7. “The World won’t be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything” – Albert Einstein
  8. “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
  9. “Some men see things as they are and say ‘Why’, I dream things never were and say ‘Why not’.” – John.F.Kennedy
  10. “Every day people straighten up the hair, why not the heart” – Che Guevara

Samanyan Revolution quotes

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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.

Tamil Jokes – 1

  1. அந்த காலத்துல வர பாதயில சதாசிவத்த பாத்தேன் 2 நிமிஷம் லேட் ஆகிடிச்சுனு சொல்லுவாங்க. என் ப்ரெண்ட்ஸ் இருக்கானுங்கலே. ஒருத்தன் எங்க வந்திதிருக்கனு கேட்டா இருக்கிற இடத்த விட்டு 3 சிக்னல் தாண்டி வரேனுவான். ஒருத்தன் வீட்டுல இருந்திட்டே முக்குல இருக்கேனுவான். இது பரவாயில ஒருத்தன் கண்ணாடிய துடச்சுட்டு பாரு நான் உன் முன்னாடி தான் நீக்கெண்னு சொன்னான் பாருங்க எனக்கு ஹார்ட் அட்டாக்கே வந்துட்டு.
  2. விருந்தாளிகள் வீட்டுக்கு வந்த போது என் தந்தை நாயை அறைக்குள் அடைத்து விட்டு வந்தார். பேசி கொண்டிருக்கும் போது எதற்கோ அந்த அறையை திறந்தார். வந்தவங்க   பதறி அடித்து அய்யோ நாய் ரூம் என்றார்கள். நான் உடனே ஆமாம் கரக்ட்டா நாய் ரூம் எப்டி கண்டுபிடிசிங்க அதான் எங்க அப்பா ரூம் என்றேன்.
  3. ஒரு விசேஷ வீட்டுல ஒருத்தர் எப்டி அவர் திருப்பூரிலும் அண்ணன் மற்றும் அக்கா பக்கத்தில் கொய்ம்பதூரிலும் இருப்பதாக சொன்னார். இன்னொருவர் சென்னையில் தான் அன்னாநகரிலும் தங்கை பக்கத்தில் அம்பதூரிலும் இருப்பதாக சொன்னார். அனைவரும் உறவுகளில் தூரம் மிக முக்கியம் என்றனர். நானும் ஆமாம் தூரத்தை வைத்து தான் எங்கள் குடும்பமும் தங்கி இருக்கோம் என்றேன். நான் சென்னையிலும் என் அண்ணன் பெங்களூரிலும் அப்பா அம்மா தூத்துகுடியிலும் என மிக தொலைவாக இருக்கோம். ஆச அண்ணன் காஷ்மீறிலும் நான் கணியகுமபரியிலும் அப்பா அம்மா வைகுண்ததிலும் இருக்கணும்னு தான் என பெரு மூச்சு விட்டேன்.

அர்த்தம் மாறிய பழமொழிகள் சில

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  1. களவும் கற்று மற.
  2. களவு அகத்தும் (மனதால் கூட ) மற.
  3. ஆயிரம் பேரை கொன்னவன் அரை மருத்துவன்.
  4. ஆயிரம் வேரை(Medicinal roots) கொன்னவன் அரை மருத்துவன்.
  5. கப்பலே கவுண்டாலும் கன்ணத்துல (cheeks) கை வைக்காத.
  6. கப்பலே கவுண்டாலும் கன்ணத்துல (stealing) கை வைக்காத.
  7. போக்கத்தவன் போலீஸ் காரன்.
  8. போக்கை வகுத்தவன் போலீஸ் காரன்.
  9. வக்கத்தவன் வாத்தியார்.
  10. வாக்கை வகுத்தவன் வாத்தியார்.

 

Samanyan Funny Quotes

11. “My niece showed a quote saying ‘I am not Bossy, I just know what things you should do’, It made me decide to stay put in my job, for whoever it may be that calls the shots, if in the end, they add smiles to the nieces in the world; then my job is a worthy calling.”

12. ” They said matches are made in heaven but I realized lately that they are made in Sivakasi and despite this knowledge I am looking for my match”.

13. “Beggars can’t be choosers is true on most days but all choosers come past a day of begging and all beggars have a day of choosing. Somewhere along the way you stick to your choices and that is reality”

14. “The problem with me is extremes, I either love myself too deeply, so as not to love anyone else, or love others too deeply, so as not to love myself”

15. “The World is a place for love and affection say some and live that way,they find solace; the world is a place of selfish fun and joy and find pain, as society doesn’t allow peace for such folks; the truly wise say the first thing and do the second and have fun forever”

Samanyan Tidbits

1. Google wasn’t the most efficient search engine when it came on the scene, it didn’t invent the search box either, altavista and others were far ahead. What Google did was to have only the search box and move out the junk. Deciding, what was then deemed essential, as junk, is the innovation of Google. This is an example of imposed constraint as opposed to inherent constraint.

2. Twitter wasn’t the first micro blogging site either but they limited the maximum characters and that is Twitter’s innovation that made it happen, at least initially. Another example of a forced constraint.

3. “Who calls the shots, the Prime Minister or the Cabinet, the director or the star actor, the boss or the skilled worker, still not sure, then look up and concede that ‘he’ calls the shots.”

4.  ” Life is one editor that has no undo option, but don’t worry, there’s too much stuff around; that neither your mistakes nor excellence matter.”

5. “Genius like Ilayaraja can have ‘Nothing but Wind’ for all others there is nothing but work or  love or work and love; no other choices.”

6 “For those who wonder why God is unkind, he isn’t, he is just kind to all, and that’s the world’s problem. It falls upon man to be kind discerningly, a feat beyond me.”

7. “When it comes to your life plans, realize that there is a better editor than you, who knows what to cut, where to cut and how to show you in a better light.”

8. “You can either love your work or work for your love, if not, you’re unfit to either work or love.”

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9. “I my fault,
you my heart,
he I care,
she I crave,
they are gone,
will there be we?”

10. “I can take on an angry mob but not an angry person, in case of an angry mob, I can be sure I am in the right, taking them on is a victory in itself, doesn’t matter if I live or they, in case of an angry person, if I lose, concept of goodness loses with me, and I am not vengeful enough to seek redress retrospectively, thus harming the cause of justice further”