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Into the Unknown Part I

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The empty bench comforted him in someways. He was glad of the isolation. The flies buzzing over his head in the yellowjaundice-like lamp light had no effect on him. The platform was almost empty. Just a few stray dogs here and there. They too were asleep. It was past midnight and last local train would be there in ten minutes.

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Reality or Dream?

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The piercing shrill of the alarm jolted Karim out of his sleep. Fuck! 7 am already! Bloody hell! It felt like he had just slept and now it was morning already. No more snoozing else the editor would have his ass for lunch! Time to get up Karim...he remembered Shiren's sweet smile. But she was gone now. Good for her, the stupid cow. He thought. She had taken every single thing that would remind him of her

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Freedom Has Many Faces

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As the subject in this story might suggest, I am not exactly here today, sulking on a Sunday afternoon, disrobing rather unveiling the many faces of freedom. In fact, I have just had an hour long happy noon day siesta and woke up with a very funny thought! Could be the aftermath of a forgotten dream that I can't quite trail back! It was like someone whispering in my ears in my sleep a one-liner punch line. "Like fantasy, freedom has many faces!!"

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Games We Play

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Eric Berne, in his brilliant book, "Games People Play" describes the way we 'transact' with each other in our daily interactions. He relates these transactions to the experiences we have gone through in childhood, and break them down further. This presentation offers a brief understanding of the concept of transaactional analysis and its mechanics, in a more visual way.

To vote : http://www.slideshare.net/sumitrocks/transactional-analysis-1879796

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Superdads Bestest

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While your little darlings run around shelling out their pocket money and treating you like kings on this special day, let's raise a toast to you--
To you, Superdads, for bringing a new life to the world (and yet never figuring out how diaper strings are tied), for cracking that impossible puzzle and fixing all broken toys, for teaching a child the meanings of the words "home", “work”, “fight”, “play” and “party”, for all the “firsts”—the cricket bat, the cigarette puff, the soccer match, the scotch on the rocks, the car keys, the night outs, ….the list is endless, cheers to you for making that fine balance between corporate ambitions and domestic commitments, for still looking like a teenager in your tees and dreaming of stealing your son’s girlfriend one day!!
Happy Father’s Day!

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Dads are special

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"You cuddled me in your arms as I opened my little eyes taking the first glimpse of the colorful world You laughed and cried, jumped and rolled with me as we played together And can I ever forget the day I took my first walking steps.. Your eyes gleamed with joy as you went on clicking.. Be it the Algebra sessions or college selection.. You were always with me in all tough and easy times. I treasure you as my true friend, my guide and my hero..My Daddy.."

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Writing Is Tough!

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I seem to have a passion for writing - like myriad other things such as shopping, sleeping, eating etc etc. ...the list is long. I particularly like to write romantic love stories – you know the likes that you see in most Hindi films or the ones you have read in Mills and Boons or Barbara Cartland – while in teens.

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Music, Moonlight and Moments

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"Can you see the light there?" you ask me, pointing towards the dark sleepy hills dominating the landscape across the sparkling Subarnarekha. The river's at her passionate best, shining like quicksilver on a gorgeous moonlit night. "Do you hear the rumbling of the maadol?" I ask in return. Somewhere hidden in those mysterious shades of green, grey and brown jungles, someone is offering a prayer in a language we cannot comprehend, but whose essence we can both construe—music!

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Someday I will write a Poem for you…

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Someday I will write a Poem for you…

through blurs of white blinds,
a numb black night, smeared in
droplets of street light, snow
and smoked grey from an old chimney,
reminds me of a place, I had lost in childhood...

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Love Is In The Air

 
The good old Valentines Day is around the corner. Only five days away! The stores are already decorated with hearts and cupid cut outs. Research say that Valentines Day is one of the most commercialized holidays celebrated after Christmas. There are various versions of stories regarding the origin of this very special holiday. But today Valentines Day is all about buying expensive presents, eating out, ordering roses and of course sending greeting cards. Talking about greeting cards, the US greeting card association estimates that nearly one billion valentines are sent each year worldwide. But with the current jeopardized economy this year ...will it be the same? What about you? Are you ready to spend a fortune just to let him/ her know that you really care?

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