Thursday, July 29, 2004

At the end of the day, am left with this thought ...
what have i done today for others, to this world...??!!!

It was just another day, doing the daily chores ...
doing this - doing that, solving a problem, browsing,
talking, eating, driving etc etc.

half our life time goes sleeping, another half split between adoloscence
and aged and whatever rest we are left out with we freak out, play, argue, enjoy
and do what not!!!

but, whats that difference am i making here?
am i a part of this ant colony, just another worker ant, doing its
routine - if only to a larger extent?

that's a kind of thought, which goes undigested.

each one of us can make a difference to the world around us...
yes and i want to something! but where do i start? and in what way?
I certainly don't want to do something for the sake of making a difference but
for what it is, wholeheartedly!

Thousand ideas, thousand thoughts go zooming past - but i need action.
i need focus. i need more patience.
i need to do something more ... to find that missing link!

let me see - try to sort out the spaghetti of unceasing thoughts, just atleast
to find a focus - to square on something that would make me feel better in this

food for thought, challenges to the will.

Greek Mythology

Greek Mythology
This site has some good illustrations (at times comical), but
i liked it.
Interesting read...
Discovered blogBuddy!
After browsing through
the Blogger API, the first thought that struck
my mind was to create a small tool and there i go, getting the XMLRPC
implementation for Delphi and halfway through my search i bump across

The project seems to be long dead, but what the heck, blogBuddy works!
check it out!

its cool!
Using blogBuddy


Touch of Life (Contemporary Romantic Realism)

If you like contemporary art, don't miss this.

Even otherwise, its pure delight to watch these objects d'art

PS: How i envy the artist, let alone the girl on the painting


Am not alone, in this virtual world...
shocked (should i be???) to find the rantings of these geeks

Revaz Musinz
The Rock


I Discovered that am an INFP!
(for those who want to know what's INFP, i suggest to check this out :

Here's a list of famous INFP's
Mary, mother of Jesus
St. John, the beloved disciple
William Shakespeare, bard of Avon
A. A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh)
Helen Keller, deaf and blind author
Carl Rogers, reflective psychologist, counselor
Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis
Julia Roberts
John F. Kennedy, Jr.

Whew, thats a nice note to start off my BLOG.

Thanks to [sriram, my friend], for triggering the
spark to BLOG, which i've lazily discontinued, after
a brief start, earlier in 2003.