When Tarot readings failed…

I’m having a book of a well known fortune teller in my hand, listening to the songs from “Amruthavarshini” on my Boombox, and start laughing at when i see the word “Promotion” there in the book. And, there is a reason for it. Let me put it across chronologically.

I don’t know when the television channels or newspaper stop interpreting people’s future daily, weekly or monthly.…

EUREKA – When you are too superstitious!

Everyone would had put superstitous challenges to themselves. Let me reach this line, before someone talks to me. I need to race this Car before it reaches to that line, and so on. You too would had done it, at least when as a kid.

I remember a facebook post, where a Husband and Wife were sleeping next to each other both parting the opposite sides.…

Life needs rejections: Part 2

I was going through my write ups, and felt like writing this one, right now. Well, in the first installment of the Life Needs Rejection, you would cry at it, only if you read. But, in this installment, you would laugh and laugh.

What have i not rejected in my life? It’s very small list to say. But, if you ask what i have rejected.…

Simplicity at it’s BEST

I sit down on a Flag post easing myself after speaking with friends on cellphone. I’m wearing an American Jacket and listening to Nagathihalli’s ‘America America’ song, and then wait for a friend to reach my spot. Around a hour ago, i learn that Chandan Shetty is about to release his latest “Shokilala” song.

Watching around, i feel a lot of fun, sensing abnormalities of the world like a writer does.…

The Risk

In my old website pages, you see one quote from Swami Vivekananda:

“Take Risks, If you win you can Lead.

If you lose, you can guide.”

Not everyone takes risks, most of us are too careful take one. If you ask me, i have had taken such risks through out. And, some of which not everyone would take. I and a friend go to a mall today, and there is no space for the Helmet inside the scooter.…

The Convent Kannadiga

 

I stand at the kitchen door, and ask my mom…

“So many teachers came and went. But, no one taught me a perfect Kannada.”

Mom replies, “How will they? They themselves don’t know.”

I was trying to write sentences in Kannada, and after 2 or 3 drafts, i send it across to my friendlist. While, i still find mistakes in it.…

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