Warrier's Collage January 14, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday January 14, 2022 1) Pongal Festival, 2022 https://youtu.be/TFlZfpSlAhE (Five Facts About Pongal) 2) Peacock Dance https://youtu.be/iUEnu96vjjw (Amazing White Peacock Dance) Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier A Messages/Responses 1) Vathsala Jayaraman Chennai The article by Shri T V M Warrier, Nashik on uniqueness Vs equality was much interesting. True, DNA is different from person to person and every one in unique in his/her own way. But it is certain that Human DNA is 99.9% identical from person to person. It is also true that although 0.1% difference doesn't sound like a lot, it actually represents millions of different locations within the genome where variation can occur, equating to a breathtakingly large number of potentially unique DNA sequences. But this fact cannot be taken as proof for non equality. The entire scientific laws and mathematical equations are based on similarities of transaction alone. The atomic theory itself is more based on SIMILARITIES only. The earth and all the planets are revolving around the sun for millions of years without any variation. The pragmatic successful life depends on how much you concur to the unavoidable deviations in life. If uniqueness has to be identified, the entire legal structure would become invalid. Instead of considering every human being as unique we may better consider traits essentially unique to all human beings on which all the Laws of the Land have been enacted. "In law, a legal person is any person or 'thing' (less ambiguously, any legal entity) that can do the things a human person is USUALLY able to do in law – such as enter into contracts, sue and be sued, own property, and so on. The reason for the term "legal person" is that some legal persons are not people : companies and corporations are "persons" legally speaking (they can legally do most of the things an ordinary person can do), but they are clearly not people in the ordinary sense." Even the Law of Human Rights is based on this fact. Though the 'uniqueness' can be recognized, it should never be allowed to stand against justice. Vathsala Jayaraman B Malayalam Literature Edassery Poetry https://www.edasseri.org/articles/edasseri-kavithayum-jeevithavum-p-krishna-warrier.asp Excerpts : "One day a friend came with Edassery's poem 'Chakirikkuzhikal' (November 4, 1950). Having said that, my mind was subjected to a chemical reaction. It shattered all my notions of poetry. Singing 'Lallalam', my poetic consciousness was awakened by the poem 'Kyotom Kyotom'. Edassery erased my notion of using only words that were scattered in the poem. I will build this year and sing the sorrows of the sisters I saw the love of humanity in the lines. I envisioned Edassery as a Sutan who would follow human stories in Yajna venues. He realized that singing his own grief was not the real poem. In short, a new face of poetry appeared before me. മലയമഹാചലമത്തഗജാവലി മാനിക്കും പൊന്തുടരുകളും അലകടൽ താണ്ടിവരുന്നൊരു കപ്പൽ- ചിറകിനുചേര്ന നരൂപുകളും കാണുവിനഭിനന്ദിക്കുവിനത്ഭുത- മോഹനമക്കരശില്പ്പത്തെ കാണുവിനൊപ്പം മനുജത നാറി- ചീയും ചകിരിപ്പടുകുഴിയെ ! The poet's call to 'see the nerves of a shipwreck across the ocean and the handiwork as well as the human stench and the cocoon' went somewhere inside me. I was amazed at the poet's ability to see what was to be seen and to throw it in front of those who pretended not to see it. It was an exciting sight to see Edassery's pen stand out in the forefront of the changing poetic language. The direction sign 'Here it is' was clearly visible on the brush. Coincidentally, one afternoon a month later, when I went to read the newspaper in the college reading room one afternoon, I first saw a headline on the fifth page of the 'Mathrubhumi' daily, which someone had opened above the desk. Twenty-five years after my death, I was awarded the title of Head Poet '- Edassery, that long title (January, 1951). When he returned from a reception given by the Kerala Samaj in Bombay, at a function at the Madras Malayalee Samaj, someone threw stones at him and asked, 'Who will be the chief poet of Malayalam after the great poet Vallathol?' That was his answer to the question. It was a hot topic in the literary and media circles at that time. Creating rumours and fueling controversy was as common then as it is today. The purpose of the questioner was to drag Edassery into controversy. The May flexibility of Edassery, which had evacuated from that point, was extraordinary." C Spirituality/Faith charan singh (@CharanSingh60) Tweeted: Unity in Diversity - 130 मथुरा भनि भाग भले उन्ह के मन इछत ही फल पावत है रवि के सुत को तिन्ह त्रासु कहा जु चरंन गुरू चितु लावत है Those who focus their consciousness on Guru's feet (obey Guru) get their wishes fulfilled & don't fear Dharam Raj Mathura, 1404, SGGS https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1481341533807067136?s=20 D Dance : Revival of Mohiniyattam https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/dance/life-and-times-of-danseuse-thankamani-gopinath/article23309184.ece Excerpts : "Noted author of children's literature Leela Nambudiripad (pen name Sumangala) describes the situation thus: “No respectable family was willing to send their wards to train in these decadent dances, which carried a stigma. Manavikrama Raja convinced his karyasthan Govindan Nair to enrol his daughter Mangatt Mulaykkal Thankamani (1918-1990) of Kunnamkulam, to train in Mohiniyattam under Mangara Kalyani Amma (who, on the invite of Rabindranath Tagore, later moved to Santiniketan).” This happens to be the birth centenary year of the young girl who entered the portals of Kalamandalam to set in motion, quite unknowingly, the revival of Mohiniyattam. This first student of the dance of the enchantress, in later years, however, earned renown not for her mastery over Mohiniyattam but as the partner in dance of Guru Gopinath." E Pongal Festival Greetings from Warrier's Collage https://inews.co.uk/news/pongal-2022-when-date-hindu-festival-thai-meaning-explained-happy-tamil-1398289 "Happy Pongal” in Tamil is pronounced ‘i-ni-ya pong-gal vaazhth-thuk-kal’. See attachment. Anjana Manoj Bangaluru has sent a nice & beautiful cake to Jayashree Suresh, Bangaluru on the latter's Birthday. Enjoy & share. Happy Birthday and Best Wishes for Ayurarogyasaukhyam to Jayashree Suresh🙏-Warrier F Leisure 1) Surviving enemies* Towards the end of a sermon, a Priest asked: "How many of you have forgiven your enemies?"‎ 80% held up their hands. The Priest then repeated his question. All responded this time, except one small elderly lady. "Mrs. John ? Are you not willing to forgive your enemies?" "I don't have any," she replied, smiling sweetly. "Mrs. John that is very unusual. How old are you?" "Ninety-eight," she replied. "Oh, would you please come over in front and tell us all how a person of ninety-eight years of age not have an enemy in the world?" The little sweetheart of a lady tottered down the aisle, faced the congregation & said: ‎" None of them are alive. I have outlived all the bastards & bitches." ‎ *Received from Shivaram Shetty Ex-RBI Mumbai 2) Khalil Gibran on Joy & Sorrow https://www.poemhunter.com/poems/laughter/ Joy And Sorrow Chapter Viii : Khalil Gibran Then a woman said, "Speak to us of Joy and Sorrow." And he answered: Your joy is your sorrow unmasked. And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. And how else can it be? The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain. Is not the cup that hold your wine the very cup that was burned in the potter's oven? G Collage in Kerala Thiruvananthapuram https://www.tripadvisor.in/Attractions-g297637-Activities-Thiruvananthapuram_Trivandrum_Thiruvananthapuram_District_Kerala.html ---------- Forwarded message --------- From: Govinda Warrier Date: Fri, Jan 14, 2022, 6:41 AM Subject: Warrier's Collage 014/14012022 To: Newexrbites Cc: Govinda Warrier Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday January 14, 2022 1) Pongal Festival, 2022 https://youtu.be/TFlZfpSlAhE (Five Facts About Pongal) 2) Peacock Dance https://youtu.be/iUEnu96vjjw (Amazing White Peacock Dance) Good Morning Nice Day M G Warrier M 134 A Messages/Responses 1) Vathsala Jayaraman Chennai The article by Shri T V M Warrier, Nashik on uniqueness Vs equality was much interesting. True, DNA is different from person to person and every one in unique in his/her own way. But it is certain that Human DNA is 99.9% identical from person to person. It is also true that although 0.1% difference doesn't sound like a lot, it actually represents millions of different locations within the genome where variation can occur, equating to a breathtakingly large number of potentially unique DNA sequences. But this fact cannot be taken as proof for non equality. The entire scientific laws and mathematical equations are based on similarities of transaction alone. The atomic theory itself is more based on SIMILARITIES only. The earth and all the planets are revolving around the sun for millions of years without any variation. The pragmatic successful life depends on how much you concur to the unavoidable deviations in life. If uniqueness has to be identified, the entire legal structure would become invalid. Instead of considering every human being as unique we may better consider traits essentially unique to all human beings on which all the Laws of the Land have been enacted. "In law, a legal person is any person or 'thing' (less ambiguously, any legal entity) that can do the things a human person is USUALLY able to do in law – such as enter into contracts, sue and be sued, own property, and so on. The reason for the term "legal person" is that some legal persons are not people : companies and corporations are "persons" legally speaking (they can legally do most of the things an ordinary person can do), but they are clearly not people in the ordinary sense." Even the Law of Human Rights is based on this fact. Though the 'uniqueness' can be recognized, it should never be allowed to stand against justice. Vathsala Jayaraman B Malayalam Literature Edassery Poetry https://www.edasseri.org/articles/edasseri-kavithayum-jeevithavum-p-krishna-warrier.asp Excerpts : "One day a friend came with Edassery's poem 'Chakirikkuzhikal' (November 4, 1950). Having said that, my mind was subjected to a chemical reaction. It shattered all my notions of poetry. Singing 'Lallalam', my poetic consciousness was awakened by the poem 'Kyotom Kyotom'. Edassery erased my notion of using only words that were scattered in the poem. I will build this year and sing the sorrows of the sisters I saw the love of humanity in the lines. I envisioned Edassery as a Sutan who would follow human stories in Yajna venues. He realized that singing his own grief was not the real poem. In short, a new face of poetry appeared before me. മലയമഹാചലമത്തഗജാവലി മാനിക്കും പൊന്തുടരുകളും അലകടൽ താണ്ടിവരുന്നൊരു കപ്പൽ- ചിറകിനുചേര്ന നരൂപുകളും കാണുവിനഭിനന്ദിക്കുവിനത്ഭുത- മോഹനമക്കരശില്പ്പത്തെ കാണുവിനൊപ്പം മനുജത നാറി- ചീയും ചകിരിപ്പടുകുഴിയെ ! The poet's call to 'see the nerves of a shipwreck across the ocean and the handiwork as well as the human stench and the cocoon' went somewhere inside me. I was amazed at the poet's ability to see what was to be seen and to throw it in front of those who pretended not to see it. It was an exciting sight to see Edassery's pen stand out in the forefront of the changing poetic language. The direction sign 'Here it is' was clearly visible on the brush. Coincidentally, one afternoon a month later, when I went to read the newspaper in the college reading room one afternoon, I first saw a headline on the fifth page of the 'Mathrubhumi' daily, which someone had opened above the desk. Twenty-five years after my death, I was awarded the title of Head Poet '- Edassery, that long title (January, 1951). When he returned from a reception given by the Kerala Samaj in Bombay, at a function at the Madras Malayalee Samaj, someone threw stones at him and asked, 'Who will be the chief poet of Malayalam after the great poet Vallathol?' That was his answer to the question. It was a hot topic in the literary and media circles at that time. Creating rumours and fueling controversy was as common then as it is today. The purpose of the questioner was to drag Edassery into controversy. The May flexibility of Edassery, which had evacuated from that point, was extraordinary." C Spirituality/Faith charan singh (@CharanSingh60) Tweeted: Unity in Diversity - 130 मथुरा भनि भाग भले उन्ह के मन इछत ही फल पावत है रवि के सुत को तिन्ह त्रासु कहा जु चरंन गुरू चितु लावत है Those who focus their consciousness on Guru's feet (obey Guru) get their wishes fulfilled & don't fear Dharam Raj Mathura, 1404, SGGS https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1481341533807067136?s=20 D Dance : Revival of Mohiniyattam https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/dance/life-and-times-of-danseuse-thankamani-gopinath/article23309184.ece Excerpts : "Noted author of children's literature Leela Nambudiripad (pen name Sumangala) describes the situation thus: “No respectable family was willing to send their wards to train in these decadent dances, which carried a stigma. Manavikrama Raja convinced his karyasthan Govindan Nair to enrol his daughter Mangatt Mulaykkal Thankamani (1918-1990) of Kunnamkulam, to train in Mohiniyattam under Mangara Kalyani Amma (who, on the invite of Rabindranath Tagore, later moved to Santiniketan).” This happens to be the birth centenary year of the young girl who entered the portals of Kalamandalam to set in motion, quite unknowingly, the revival of Mohiniyattam. This first student of the dance of the enchantress, in later years, however, earned renown not for her mastery over Mohiniyattam but as the partner in dance of Guru Gopinath." E Pongal Festival Greetings from Warrier's Collage https://inews.co.uk/news/pongal-2022-when-date-hindu-festival-thai-meaning-explained-happy-tamil-1398289 "Happy Pongal” in Tamil is pronounced ‘i-ni-ya pong-gal vaazhth-thuk-kal’. See attachment. Anjana Manoj Bangaluru has sent a nice & beautiful cake to Jayashree Suresh, Bangaluru on the latter's Birthday. Enjoy & share. Happy Birthday and Best Wishes for Ayurarogyasaukhyam to Jayashree Suresh🙏-Warrier F Leisure 1) Surviving enemies* Towards the end of a sermon, a Priest asked: "How many of you have forgiven your enemies?"‎ 80% held up their hands. The Priest then repeated his question. All responded this time, except one small elderly lady. "Mrs. John ? Are you not willing to forgive your enemies?" "I don't have any," she replied, smiling sweetly. "Mrs. John that is very unusual. How old are you?" "Ninety-eight," she replied. "Oh, would you please come over in front and tell us all how a person of ninety-eight years of age not have an enemy in the world?" The little sweetheart of a lady tottered down the aisle, faced the congregation & said: ‎" None of them are alive. I have outlived all the bastards & bitches." ‎ *Received from Shivaram Shetty Ex-RBI Mumbai 2) Khalil Gibran on Joy & Sorrow https://www.poemhunter.com/poems/laughter/ Joy And Sorrow Chapter Viii : Khalil Gibran Then a woman said, "Speak to us of Joy and Sorrow." And he answered: Your joy is your sorrow unmasked. And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. And how else can it be? The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain. Is not the cup that hold your wine the very cup that was burned in the potter's oven? G Collage in Kerala Thiruvananthapuram https://www.tripadvisor.in/Attractions-g297637-Activities-Thiruvananthapuram_Trivandrum_Thiruvananthapuram_District_Kerala.html

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