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Some say five senses are too less while others say its too much. But, I think its just enough to understand life – if we can utilise them to their maximum potential. And this blog is meant to provide that insight into understanding life from everyday activities. By looking at things that are mundane and associating my interpretations with them.

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Dec 052010

TakeI was told by my colleague at work about an awareness and support campaign to help prosthetic cancer patients. The campaign is named “Movember” (www.movember.com) referring to a moustache grown during the month of november. Tempted by this creative idea, i signed up for it and decided to grow some facial hair last month and i must say people loved it :)
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Nov 212010

SocietyIts all about social networking these days. Everyone, young or old has a facebook or a twitter account. Even the Queen of England has recently joined facebook – at the age of 84! The elderly who were left out of the internet revolution are trying to play catch up now. And, with the invention of devices like the ipad, which are targeted to make life much easier and simpler, very much like the invention of the automatic car, they are catching up much more quickly. Continue reading »

Invention or Marketing?Human beings are very different from other creatures. Humans of the past were no different from other animals. There was a need to fight and hunt food. Obviously, humans being more intelligent than the rest of the animal kingdom, went against the instincts – instead of hunting food and getting frustrated when it was not available, the earlier humans decided to solve the problem. A different style of thinking, called problem solving was born. From then on, humans invented many many things – from wheels to wells and farms to air crafts. Invention is so unnatural to this world that even humans regard it highly prestigious. But are all inventions so very necessary? Do the inventions solve all the problems in our life?

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