Thursday, December 23, 2010

condolences Dear leader K.Karunakaran

K. Karunakaran, previous Chief Minister Passed away... Condolences beloved leader

Friday, November 26, 2010

Condolence to 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack

Today is the second anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack .i remember the day with pain and sorrow

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Aung San Suu Kyi set for liberty

I am excitedly waiting for the release of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi
“Sharp global disapproval of Mayanmar’s primary general elections in 20 years is supposed to have helped Ms Suu Kyi's probability of liberty. Psychotherapists envisage the administration would use her free to turn aside concentration from claims of vote scam and ballot box stuffing.
65, Ms Suu Kyi has spent 15 of the past 21 years in house arrest. The armed establishment in Burma is reported to have signed an order approving the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi ….Ms Suu Kyi, is not likely to agree to any order prohibiting her from political activity.It is said that the officials are increasing security in the city of Rangoon for her release.Ms Suu Kyi would likely be released in the evening…..
Anyway as an activist I was watching each and every flash of Suu Kyi all the years ...She is a living seraph who experience unkind human rights violation. As a woman I have large regard for Suu Kyi.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s liberation will be like an immense drizzle and the Burmese people will stir up; she is a role model for the women civilization …

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Hats off to Chile

Yesterday night I was wakeful watching the liberation of the Chilean miners over television as well as online .......Many of my friends too attached me online. We make contact via twitter and other social networking sites. We found that millions of citizens are online anxious about the set free operation. 

Therefore the underground outlandish in history ended safely — and more rapidly than anyone estimated. In a perfect process that hold out earlier than estimated, mesmerize the globe, 33 miners who were spellbound for more than two months yawning underneath the Chilean earth were elevated one by one Wednesday throughout a smooth-walled gleam of rock. The final man out was the one who held the assemblage jointly when they were dread missing.

 The save go above expectations each pace of the way. Administrators first said it might be four months before they might get the men out; it curved out to be 69 days and about 8 hours. Just the once the flee tunnel was completed, they expected it would take 36 to 48 hours to get all the miners outside. That got sooner as the process went along, and all the miners were securely above ground in 22 hours, 37 minutes. 

The descriptions beamed to the world were surprising: gritty recording from the mine chamber explain each man climbing into the capsule, then vanishing in the air through a breach. Amongst the first saved was the youngest miner, Jimmy Sanchez, at 19 the father of a months-old baby. Two hours later came the oldest, mario gomes, 63, who suffers from a lung disease ordinary to miners and had been on antibiotics inside the mine. He jumps down to his knees after he appears, hunched his head in prayer and clutched the Chilean flag. And gradually one by one come out. I and my contacts are fairly amazed to look at all the save operations live. .hats off to dear chili

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Tess Marshall’s --tips for life

Every day, we have the option to live with passion, be open to possibility, and reach for the stars. We have the freedom to boldly live, laugh, and love.

Don’t wait for permission. Begin today. Choose to be inspired and motivated enough, to live without limits. Get off the couch and do something! Let go of your fear, get gutsy, and get going.
Living a life bold life is unique to everyone. Begin where you are. Use your talent, enthusiasm and drive to make a meaningful difference in your day and your world. Have fun! Every positive action, you take matters. Everything small move counts!
Strategies to suck the marrow out of life:
1. Wake up and smell the day
Set your mood every morning by becoming aware of your first thoughts. Refuse to hit the snooze button. Rise above ordinary.
Go outside, take a deep breath and express your gratitude for being alive. Take a long walk or run and while you’re at it, smell the day!
2. Thrive on simplicity
Don’t complicate you life. To me, less is more, because I don’t want to clutter my mind or home. I have been influenced by minimalists Tammy Strobel, Courtney Carver, and Leo Babauta. I no longer purchase anything new until the old is worn out. My car, a VW beetle is 12 years old. It will be the last car I ever own. I simply discovered, I don’t want or need another.
3. Be adventurous
After turning 57 in March, I decided to challenge myself by running a ½ marathon in Seattle, WA. Hubs and I have never visited the West Coast and decided it was time. The run turned out to be fantastic. Feeling fit makes aging more acceptable! We also visited Portland, Oregon and Victoria BC, Canada before returning to Phoenix. We’re currently thinking about visiting San Diego with our grandchildren in August.
4. Know your tribe
I want to chill with the ‘difference makers.’ People who have honest intentions to make the changes they want to see in the world. Weird, juicy, bold, and fun, this crowd honestly believes the best is yet to come. They are committed to making it happen. I don’t have time or energy for mainstream gloom and doomers.
5. Be open to new opportunities
Blogging has allowed me to connect and know people from all over the planet. The world is changing faster than anyone can keep up. This is a time of rapid growth and opportunity.
It’s your chance to be a part of a great transformation. Keep an open mind and heart. There’s no reason to fear the future. Instead decide what part you want to play in designing it and jump right in.
With today’s technology and information, we have the power and the tools to fill our days with delight and celebration.
6. Make your life happy
Choose positive intentions and thoughts. Do good, serve others. Don’t bother with judgment, gossip, or comparisons. Memorize the Anasasi quote, “No matter what you think, you have no idea what is really going on.”
I believe the five most beautiful words in the English language are, ‘I love you’ and ‘thank you.’ Choose to live on life’s edge. Calculated risk taking is a way of life for bold people. Don’t hesitate to take a step in a bold direction, ever!
7. Create good times for yourself
Think of them as “Life’s Coming Attractions.” Take time to enjoy and appreciate family, friends, food, music, children, your elders, blue skies, sunshine and ordinary moments. Invest time in your relationships, have dinner by candlelight. Nothing is more important than the love you regularly give and receive.
8. Create your own health care plan
In order to live a grand life, commit to a healthy lifestyle. No one is more responsible for your health than you! Make a plan, get active. If you eat crap, you’ll feel like crap.
Your emotional and spiritual health is just as important as your physical health. Get help and support if you need it. Make feeling good a priority. Live in the no excuse zone.
9. Fall in love with life
Give your life everything you’ve got. Write that book, take that vacation or call that date. Life is difficult, tragedy happens. It’s what makes us interesting, human and capable. Celebrate your imperfection and your mistakes. Don’t die with your music still inside of you!

Monday, August 2, 2010

With sincere condolences to Shri.K.M.Mathew

It is extremely sad to listen to the loss of Shri K M Mathew, Chief Editor of Malayala Manorama daily, a recipient of Padma Bhushan, India's third peak civilian honor, and several other accepted honors’, I state my deep grief within my blog and also join Kerala People in remembrance of this.

On the occasion of my puthupally election I was privileged to meet him. Even though our meeting lasted about 15 to 20 mts I was intensely touched with his expressions’. I express my Heartfelt Condolences to Mathew sir’s family unit and the Manorama group.

Sunday, July 25, 2010


I really miss my Mom, she passed away before 12 years ,I have a number of good memories of her, I wish that I could remember the whole lot however I was too young, I still have a few things that she bought me when I was small i.e.…..Tiffin box,clothes,pillow cover etc…. I feel blessed to have the recollections.
We were so close and had a special bond; although our relation be similar to friends I memorize that we were recurrent fighters. I spoke with mum every day and each and every minute of my day once I left home in the morning for school/college. Mum was always so thoughtful and sympathetic, she lived for me and my brother and sister .it does give me some comfort to believe that my mum has not died she is very much alive
Oh mum I just want to hold on to all my memories of you I don't want them to weaken. I love you .I now will have to study to live my life missing you each and every day. You are my spirit, I love you my mama and will always treasure our memories .you gave me life and were always there for me and my family .Mum was always the world to me. A supply of kindness and soothe from the second I was born. My first reminiscences are of her, and from that jiffy she was all that was significant in my world.
My mum was an elegant, kind and sympathetic person. I suppose she knew me better than I knew myself. She was at all times there for me when I looked-for her, in a way no one else could ever come close up to. We shared unspoken hush-hush and an astonishing companionship. We understand each other so well; occasionally we don’t need language to converse. Almost twelve years have passed as I am writing this, and not a single day goes by when I don’t think of her.
She is forever on the back of my mind. I’m sure those who have missing someone so close know what I am talking about. Life is just never the same; there are some things a person can’t forget.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Argentinean Thoughts Broken

Cape Town's Green Point stadium saddened me at the moment …. I’m an admirer of football certainly a big supporter of Argentina. There is a particular space for Argentina in my mind . Four 

years ago, Diego Maradona and his Argentinean team lost to Germany in the World Cup quarterfinals, that was in 2006 and the memory of that defeat is still in my mind.
Argentina lost 4-0 to Germany on Saturday and bid goodbye to the South Africa World Soccer Cup.
The German goals were scored by Miroslav Klose (twice), Thomas Muller and Arne Friedrich. Bearing in mind yesterday’s match The German players was fully advanced all through the game, though the Argentines proved an upturn at the commencement of the second half time.
It was definitely a shocking day for Argentina and all the Argentinean supporters, as they lost 4 -0 to Germany in the very last quarterfinal competition today. Following this match, Germany made it to the semifinals of the FIFA World Cup 2010. What a disappointing sport. I thought Argentina will succeed the cup. Argentinean fans let us linger for the next world cup to eyewitness a success of Argentina……………..

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Mother Theresa My Obsession

In the present day I am fond of lettering a line in relation with Mother Theresa referring one of her quotation marks “It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing. It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in the giving”. Actually I am an immense admirer of Mother Theresa from my early days. I individually I feel that Mother’s expressions are not only lexis but she is a great example and motivation to the humankind. She attained world wide recognition for her life devoted to serve the poor and destitute.In my individual view her face seems to be a representation of harmony। Furthermore I am emotionally caught up by her prudent guidance in relation to perception in existence, see the “final analysis” Written by Dr. Kent M. Keith adapted by her .
People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered; Forgive them anyway.
If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish ulterior motives; Be kind anyway.
If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some true enemies; Succeed anyway.
If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you; Be honest and frank anyway.
What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight. Build anyway.
If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous; Be happy anyway.
The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow; Do good anyway.
Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough; Give the best you've got anyway.

For numerous reasons I suppose mother Theresa is someone who influenced me very much .previous month I visited mothers last resting place and spend approximately a day at missionaries of charity in Kolkata .I meet up lot of malayalee nuns there। It was a satisfying daytime for me

I Love You

 my Mother

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Why I look at Vivekananda?

Recently one of my companions presents me a book about swami Vivekananda’s philosophy, as I am attracted in the motivating lexis of him. Throughout my youngster days I study a number of his writings as my daddy’s library includeS volumes of Vivekananda (his library was overflowing with Vivekananda, communism/ Marxism and Sigmund Freud) .
Alas I got an opening to study the book now only owing to a number of private tribulations. Now I am paying attention to talk about a quantity of his expressions which I am fond of. My best friends dispute that it is not an accurate time for me to read much philosophies and caution me don’t to examine a great deal of philosophy at this phase . But my argument is that vivekananda’s philosophy crafts us hovering.
Quotes like “We are responsible for what we are, and whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves. If what we are now has been the result of our own past actions, it certainly follows that whatever we wish to be in future can be produced by our present actions; so we have to know how to act.” Make me in a constructive frame of mind plus I turn out to be aware that we can build our vision by optimistic judgment.
More than he says “All power is within you. You can do anything and everything. Believe in that. Do not believe that you are weak; do not believe that you are half-crazy lunatics, as most of us do nowadays. Stand up and express the divinity within you. These expressions are indeed influential to compose me so secure.
Concerning realism he declares “After every happiness comes misery; they may be far apart or near. The more advanced the soul, the more quickly does one follow the other. What we want is neither happiness nor misery. Both make us forget our true nature; both are chains--one iron, one gold; behind both is the Atman, who knows neither happiness nor misery. These are states, and states must ever change; but the nature of the Atman is bliss, peace, unchanging. We have not to get it; we have it; only wash away the dross and see it” but it is unfortunate that generally people take pleasure in happiness as well as turn out to be dark in their unhappiness.
I don’t make out how much I am able to be successful with vivekananda’s philosophy but I will try as a lot as I am potent as of now .I wrap up my expressions through one more citation of him “Be brave! Be strong! Be fearless! Once you have taken up the spiritual life, fight as long as there is any life in you. Even though you know you are going to be killed, fight till you “are killed.” Don't die of fright…………………………..

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Fresh commencement – Fetch the Rain in My living ….let me everlastingly drop as rainfall

I obtained a dairy recently. The previous diary I had been was teeming with thoughts and outlook I would like to forget. I have cross the doorstep of a new segment in my life--a new level of maturity. I am able to recognize and believe the ability people have to get their feet occasionally wedged in their mouth. I am competent of unscrambling sympathy and esteem from lust-- a mannerism many of my associates have yet to bring about.
At this moment my heart bang another way, I exhale painless. My nerves possibly will make off me on the boundary of my seat, but they no longer disappear from me feeling imprudent. I retort more fittingly and think more inwardly than I articulate my mentality. But to effectively live this way and continue to develop, I call for a new position to launch recording my thoughts--all of them.
In my judgment I am bounded by people who say they will pay attention, but do not constantly give me the consideration I attempt to dedicate to their tales. Plus repeatedly the people, who do sit and watch to my feelings, do not yet value the identical possessions I have come to discover. It is a maddening condition, an entrapping position.
I do, in recent times, have someone who not only permitted me to get all off my mind-set, but understood what I was saying. For that, I am forever obliged. However I suppose these styles of people are exceptional and it is a miserable reality I have come to make out in the past few years. It is why I twist to my diary. At least, there, I can speak the whole thing, even the things I would much rather keep to me. A diary is the one place I can be absolutely straightforward and never feel judged. Of course, it is a cheerless insight that I can no longer rely on individual contact the same way I previously did. When my faith is positioned exclusively on a lifeless entity and not on individuals, then I recognize I have collapse.
I am a hopeful person at the present, in fact, I favor human contact, but, reality has skilled me I cannot constantly get what I desire. I infer I can forever sigh a pleasant breath of liberation in knowing, with my diary, I by no means have to repress myself, I by no means have to secrete anything, and I by no means have to be troubled about opposition--which may not appear like the best idea, but when one is persistently disparate exterior, it is nice to come in from the cold and sense that somebody (or somewhat) concur with me. But no uncertainties, I decline to cover away as of the globe by means of this diary. I feel affection for living and those living it with me too much to presently fling it all away for some bound pieces of paper. in addition, still I could operate life for thoughts when the things I write in my diary are of the people that construct life value living ????????????

It is a new beginning and a new phase in my life. Moreover this blog will be a fresh medium to unlock my positions and to build up my flair

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

June notes

My cohorts might be bewildered where I've gone and whether this blog has been desolate. However my responsibility elsewhere is not being satisfied. It's not coming to an end nor will it be abandoned for too much longer.
I've been deliberating whether to admit this but over the last month’s I’ve been moderately overcome with a bout of gloominess which has rendered my aspiration and aptitude to write both extremely hard and to some extent pointlessI would just like to demand for pardon for any lack of contact via emails or comments. To be honest I've stay away from both as they look like massive Mountain at the moment. Anyway, I am fine now and is back in full swing
I thought I ought to mark a little...although I don't feel much like writing...but I thought if anybody verify the blog , it would be pleasant for them to see a new post. Plus I don't want to lose my adoring followers so here starts my June notes
June is a significant month in my life as it is my origin month. Numerous recollections including babyhood excitements appear in to my mind at this instant … the most prominent being the rainfall, leaving to school with friends etc….etc…
Regret for the lack of posts. I need to give a review of last weekend's birthday variety; however I haven't downloaded my pictures yet! Every day has been busy with something. Will do it soon by for now