Browsing All posts tagged under »passion«

See the wonder!

April 10, 2014 by


My 9 year old son complained of tooth pain for a few days and I took him to a Dentist. Once we reached there, he started conversing with the Dentist asking her a number of questions. He started with, “Would you be pulling my teeth with something and would it pain?” and then when she […]

Suave snoring

June 21, 2013 by


I traveled by Pothigai Express from Sivakasi to Chennai a couple of nights ago. In my cube, there were four of us – a husband and wife pair, an acquaintance of theirs, and I was there. They were all talking initially and I had no choice but to listen to their conversation. All of them […]

What do you look forward to when you get up in the morning?

April 3, 2013 by


In the late nineties, whenever someone asked me this question, ‘What do you look forward to when you get up in the morning?’. My reply was always, ‘I look forward to the first cigarette that I smoke’. There was nothing more important than that to me those days. I used to get up and search […]

Trust is a must!

December 29, 2012 by


Arjun went late by 11am that morning to office. His manager Madhav was sitting there with a calm face and said, “Good Morning Arjun, hope you took good rest !”. Arjun did not expect this from him. Only last night they had an escalation call with the client and his manager was literally getting thrashed […]

Finding time

August 1, 2012 by


Monday morning, I forwarded my review on the latest flick I watched – The Dark Knight Rises – to my colleagues. Taking a peek into it, one of my colleagues got back to me with a simple query – “it should be eating up a lot of time, how do you manage?” “Well, to think […]

Doing the Best….

February 18, 2012 by


An elderly Automotive Engineer who was working for an automobile company for many many years and who has designed many exciting caravans and cars wanted to lead retired life in serenity along with his family. Therefore he tendered his resignation and the Boss felt sad at the prospect of losing a good worker.  However he […]