The Rebel Tales...

...Coming across different shades of life, compels to think in more colours... dream in many worlds! So, my posts reflect that departure n variation!

All passion and obsessions are matter of time. The love, care and relation… everything is time bound. The society, culture and politics too dependent on ever changing time. The change is only constant. And time is only dimension. Every thing will pass away, not to wait, not to watch… play your part at best… rest will be history in your name. Because, human history is history of few men, who believed in themselves!

Last night I was with my friend who is working with CISCO systems. Eventually we started discussing about the technopenure-ship in context on Indian market. The talent and potential of human resources in India is ultimate but the innovation instinct is lacking. Many a times, innovative ideas are not welcomed by already established industries. The best utilized skill for Indian human resources is – trouble shooting. All self acclaimed technocrats are indulging into this kinda work. It is not just about Indian OS, A Global Indian IT brand but also basic things are badly missing.  Smaller countries like Japan, Korea, and Thailand have their keyboards in their respective scripts. But that thing seriously lack in India. Even when the Indian languages are much easier than Mandarin, Korean Thai or Japanese, we don’t have a workable Hindi keyboard. Likewise, there are many such things which are still alien to Indian land but many Indians are master practice-nor of these technologies. There is a dire need to connect the desi originality with the technical innovations.

My three months at Bangkok have been unusual for a lone single male; as my friends say here. I dint go behind any glittery thing here - material or immaterial . Rather, I joined some spiritual discourse by Buddhist and Hindu sage and monks. For me, it was a big testing time for my own self awareness. I experimented with my thoughts, work, reaction of others and survival skills in not-so-alien land. These days in Bangkok taught me a good lesson for life, 'When you take control of your own life, nothing can happen with you beyond your wish. All worries including stress, anxiety, disappointments, sadness and existential crisis, just wither away. The self awareness becomes more profound and you feel what your wish to feel. This control over own consciousness could be gained by simple meditation focused on realization of self-existence.' No one, no reason and no matter can make you sad. So, you must take control of your own life.    

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Personal Blog of Amit Srivastava about life, current affairs, policies and politics in India, self-help opinions and inspiring articles. The Author is known for bold and decisive opinion about society, politics and diplomacy.
This blog also contents some of the poems and spiritual discoveries by the author.

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I am researcher, academician, activist and occasional writer. Some times I also play a role of technician. A poet as well.:) visit my page http://amitsrivastava.tk

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