The Losing strategy

January 15, 2012

The word losing is always been a one that word one had a ‘phobia’ or always had a oppression over it. There are several attitudes towards the ‘losing’, which decides in base , which ‘type’ of people we are , as the people popularly say as people with ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ attitude.

In world, people talk about two strategies ‘The winning’ and ‘the losing’, but people fail to understand that the latter is opposite of the other. Thomas Alva Edison has famously quoted on the above said theory as “We now know a thousand ways not to build a light bulb”. This shows how he made attempts to change his ‘losing strategy’ a ‘winning’ one.

Now, the other attitude of losing is the famous word ‘fate’. People when they win they contribute their winning or success to themselves. But, if they lose they vow it to ‘fate’. This has become the path of escapism to the youth and they do not even try if their peers or their relatives support their escapism.

There is a need to stress the youth, and their peers about learning to listening to the instinct or ‘inner voice or call’. If the voice inside you says go for the decision or get back, listen to it. It is the best adviser in the attitude of losing. You try to depend on yourself and become motivated and will try to work hard. I often call it as the ‘voice of god’, The importance of it will be better known when one tries it and makes a unbiased decision from it.

Thus, the first job of the youth is to start listening to their ‘voice of god’ and developing a good relationship with him, so that one starts to win and not lose and let things go from hand.

 


Revolution 2020

November 21, 2011

Revolution 2020, as you all know the brand new book of our own Bhagat . I am not here to review the book but to share the experience of reading the book.

If you ask me, i will tell you and bet with you that the book is the best one of Chetan. The last minute of this draft only i had completed the 296 page book i could not resist to tell the feeling of how i loved the book.

From the starting, the author has started to tell both the positive and negative sides of all the characters .. The quality of the writing and the beautiful expressions by the author makes us to follow the characters as if it is a movie.

The characters of Gopal, is one kind of characters you try to associate with sometimes and also think that you must not live like him. That is the portrayal of that the author tries to bring out.. That’s the awesome part of the story.. When he tries to portray himself as a bad person and try to convince Aarthi, by going to call girls you can see some dramatic things in the book but it tries to tell everything that it has started to tell

The character of Shuklaji is the yet another peculiar politician you find in today’s environment..

Raghav and Aarthi, thanks for understanding Gopal and also try to console him…


Blogging again

November 19, 2011

There’s lot of time waste as a student. I have lot of time to use utilise and make something out of it. But, as you all know it is the free lunch you get you tend only to waste it. Here i am not to advice you on time management or anything i know that you know better than me.
It gives me immense pleasure to blog again after a gap of more than two to three years.. Even though i log on to FB daily, I dont blog these days thats why i started my entry like that.. Let us see atleast in my holidays let me try to blog something ;-)
Cheers


விடையை நீங்களே கூறுங்கள்

June 14, 2010

ரொம்ப நாள் கழிச்சு இப்போ தன எழுதறேன் லீவ் விட்டாச்சு அனாலும் க பரீட்சை இருந்ததால் ரொம்ப நாள் கழிச்சி தன எழுதுறேன்.
நேத்து எல்லாம் ஒரு ப்ரோகிராம பார்த்தேன் சார், ஒரு பிரைவேட் சேனல்ல அது ஒரு பாட்டு போட்டி. தாடி வாய்த்த ஒரு பெரிய பாடகரும், முதல் படத்திலேயே பெரிய மியூசிக் டைரக்டர் அனைவரும், ஒரு பக்கத்துக்கு ஸ்டேட் காரரும் இருந்தனர்.

ஒரு நல்ல பட்டை என் வயதுள்ள ஒரு பையன் நன்றாகவே பாடினார். தலைவர் இளையராஜாவின் பாட்டு தான். பாடியவுடன் இந்த “ஜட்ஜ்”கள் சொன்ன
தீர்ப்பு தான் இன்னும் என்னால் இன்னும் ஜீரணிக்க முடியவில்லை அவர்கள் கூறிய தாவது : “உங்கள்ளுக்கு பாட தெரியுமா??” “உங்கள்ளுக்கு தமிழ் தெரியுமா?” “உங்கள பாட சொன்னா என்ன பண்ற??” போன்ற கேள்விகளை அள்ளி வீசினார்கள். பாவம் அந்த பையனால் “நாட்டமா தீர்ப்பை மாத்தி சொல்லு” என்ற பாநிலியோ அல்லது நீங்க எப்படி இப்படி சொல்லlலாம் என்று அவரால் கேட்க முடியவில்லை”

இதை அனுபவித்த அந்த பையனின் மனம் எவ்வளவு கஷ்ட்டப்படும் என்று நினைத்து பார்க்க வேண்டும் அவர்கள். இப்பொழுது எனக்கு இன்னொரு சந்தேஹம் எழுகிறது என்னவென்றால் அந்த பையனை முன்பே உள்ள தேர்வு சுற்றுகளைளியே அனுப்பி இருக்கலாமே? நமக்கு இதல்லாம் பார்க்க வேண்டும் என்று நம்மக்கேன் தலையெழுத்து?
விடையை நீங்களே கூறுங்கள்


My first post

March 30, 2010

After many months, I have started blogging hope it would be regular. These days i often wonder how to start a blog post. Last year i remember taking advice from beloved friend Mahesh (http://inoruvan.wordpress.com) for some blogging ideas. Yet there has be transfixion in stupefaction in my blogging skills.

Someone said me that “your blog is ‘awsome'”  and others “nothing much”. But now i realise the professionalism in blogs these days. Blogs have become a great media and has adverse effect on society and amongst the readers of the blogs. I was shocked to see a blogging classes somewhere in T.Nagar which you know u come to know the impact of such professionalism in blogging.

Yet, I think that the bloggers including me must not concentrate only on mokkais and widespread reading but also in social and other important matters governing the society.


2009

December 29, 2009

Movie

Song of the year : Oru Vetkam Varuthey (Pasanga)

Hero of the year: Arya ( Nan Kadavul),Sasi Kumar (Nadodigal)

Heroin of the year: Pooja (Nan Kadavul)

Director of the year : Samuthirakani  (Nadodigal)

Best Comedian : No one deserves

Best Story : Nadodigal

Best Screenplay : Pasanga

Best Cinematography : Arthur Wilson (Nan Kadavul)

Best Art Direction : Krishna Murthy (Nan Kadavul)

Best Picturised Song : Pichai pathiram (Nan Kadavul)

Worst Picturised Song : Nan Adicha Thunga matta  (Vettaikkaran)

Best Playback Singer : Javed Ali (Yetho seigirai – Vamanan),Shreya Ghoshal (Oru Vekam varuthey- Pasanga)

Worst Movie : Kadalna summa illa

Super Flop : Vettaikkaran

Best Choreography : No one

Best Quote (Comedy) : “There is no scenes which are unbelivable in Villu” – Vijay

Best BGM: James Vasanthan (Pasanga)at

Song of the year : Tamil: Oru Kal (SMS)

Hindi : Tera Hone(Ajab Prem ki Gajab Kahani)

Best Music Album : Naan Kadavul (Ilaiyaraja)

Sports

Best Sportsman : Saina Nehwal

Best Newsmaker:Barack Obama

Best Blog : Inoruvan (http://inoruvan.wordpress.com)

Media :

Best Serial : Engey Bramhanan

Worst Serial : Kalasam

Best Ad : Coca cola

Best Newspaper : Times of India

Best TV Channel : Times Now

Worst TV Channel : Aditya





Tea Kadai

December 26, 2009

After our friend Mahesh wrote about typical tea ‘kadai’ , I was motivated to write about the tea kadai once again.

Tea Kadai may be defined as a “Place where unemployed tand vetti people gather with old newspaper and sip a glass of tea or eat varki or cookies talking about happening in the world or about problem in the village”.

These kadais or shop play a important role in villages where it is considered as place for gathering especially for the periya manshans.sThe typical tea kadai is often  shown in various places as per the definition and also as a place for teasing heroin.

The tea kadai has some requirements mainly, it must have 3 or 4 benches, a boiler, the boiler especially made of metal is very important and without that  it is not considered as a typical tea shop. Newspapers especially tamil newspapers mostly would be very old (some may be even announcing Gandiji’s death) or new may be announcing shooting of Rajiv  Gandi  or in rare cases there maybe  up to date newspapers.

People coming to tea shop or the kadai are also interesting. These people must wear White shirt,white veshti and white thundu. The thundu or towel is considered veryy important. Without this the person is not considered as Periya Manushan. They are the first category people and come to talk about happeningss and showing off tat they can read (some may be seeing only pictures) but will be acting as if they are double master degree holders.  The second category is other citizens of the villages like vathiyar,palayathukarar etc who are not regular customers but are forced by the white and whites if they pass by the shop these white and whites will ask “Enna vathiyare intha pakkam” . Now the vathiyar is forced to come to the shop.

I forgot to tell other thing, the white and whites may not have money and call people like our vathiyar and tell “tea sollen” the vathiyar is also forced to be the customer of the shop.

The owner: The owner of the shop, may be Nair or any other guy who prepares tea mostly and also acts as cashier of the shop. We cant expect profit from the shop but we can expect more loan and the owner is forced to sell his tea for loan. Mostly he wont recieve money.

Tea Kadai, on the whole can be considered as place where a problems start and end. Thanks to Periya manushans for the functioning of these shop. Without these shops, on the whole a village cant survive!


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