Warrier's Collage April 1, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday, April 1, 2022 A book Is A Place... https://youtu.be/kk7-qEEZYxQ ( English Poem) V Rangarajan shared a thought : "The Art of Life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings." Good Morning Today's April 1 Enjoy some intoxicating magic * : https://youtu.be/Lw7Qq6XFZ0k "Link Courtesy : Shivram Shetty Mumbai Nice Day M G Warrier Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple https://youtu.be/w33V_RlAcZA (Link Selection : Inspired by P P Ramachandran Mumbai) A Select Responses 1) Saravana Varma Mumbai Congratulations on the occasion of your book release on 2nd April 2022. 2) Vivek Amin Nagpur Gudi Padva is mostly celebrated in Maharashtra and Maharashtrians settled elsewhere. The mango leaves, a orange colour flag, a copper pot (लोटा) kept upside down on a ling stick decorated with flowers at preferably top place of the house. One person sarcastically asked, "why you keep copper pot upside down on stick? Reply was promptly given "Can you suggest ways to keep it upside up!" 3) C V Subbaraman The Accounting methods followed in RBI are substantially on the lines of the systems followed earlier by the Imperial Bank. In my view, after seeing the accounting practices followed in different banks, SBI and PNB had ideal accounting systems, checks and balances. Subbaraman B Spirituality https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1509288131585282050?s=20&t=KbnJM7IdXmvuVzT42D3sng Unity in Diversity - 207 चंद सत भेदिआ नाद सत पूरिआ सूर सत खोड़सा दतु कीआ अबल बलु तोड़िआ अचल चलु थपिआ अघड़ु घड़िआ तहा अपिउ पीआ ॥ Best: Meditate & drink elixir of Naam, chisel stubborn nature, live by divine virtues, weaken vices, steady wavering mind Jaidev, Rag Maru, 1106, SGGS C Literature Malayalam Poetry Poem "Kirathavrittham" by Kadammanitta Ramakrishnan https://youtu.be/iBP5DawjKTg Kadammanitta being remembered on his 14th Memory Day March 31, 2022 Know more : https://en.bharatpedia.org.in/wiki/Kadammanitta_Ramakrishnan Collage Poem https://madrascourier.com/books-and-films/the-light-of-asia-a-poem-that-inspired-movements-for-social-equality/ A Poem* by F R Misquith Today I feel rather strange, It's no longer home on the range. T's because what is sorely lacking, For which we all need a sound whacking. Mankind seems to be bereft of love, mercy and compassion, These qualities no longer form part of our daily ration. We seem to be practising our religion, And the number is much higher than just a legion. However, true spirituality is totally absent, Though this must and should be vitally present. We are now living in a world of virtual reality, This will result in humans developing some form of insanity. *Received via Group mail D Healthcare for seniors* A N O S O G N O S I A Anosognosia, _a temporary forgetfulness_, by French Professor, Bruno Dor, of the Institute of Memory and Alzheimer's Disease (IMMA), La Pitié-Salpêtrière, Hospital, Paris. He addresses the subject in a rather reassuring way: "If anyone is aware of his memory problems, he does not have Alzheimer's." 1. I forget the names of families ... 2. I do not remember where I put some things ... It often happens in people 60 years and older that they complain that they lack memory. "The information is always in the brain, it is the "processor" that is lacking." This is "Anosognosia" or temporary forgetfulness. Half of people 60 and older have some symptoms that are due to age rather than disease. The most common cases are: - forgetting the name of a person, - going to a room in the house and not remembering why we were going there - a blank memory for a movie title or actor, an actress, - a waste of time searching where we left our glasses or keys ... After 60 years most people have such a difficulty, which indicates that it is not a disease but rather a characteristic due to the passage of years . Many people are concerned about these oversights hence the importance of the following statement: "Those who are conscious of being forgetful have no serious problem of memory. "Those who suffer from a memory illness or Alzheimer's, are not aware of what is happening." Professor Bruno Dubois, Director of IMMA, reassures the majority of people concerned about their oversights: "The more we complain about memory loss, the less likely we are to suffer from memory sickness." - your brain is in perfect shape! - you are far from having any relationship with Alzheimer's. So, share this with your over-60 friends, it can reassure them. *Shared by George Zachariah Mumbai Know more : https://blog.everythingretirement.com/no-you-probably-dont-have-alzheimers-disease E Books by M G Warrier Sharing this link in the context of the formal release of my book "Restoring Trust in Governance" (2020, Notion Press, Chennai) : https://www.amazon.com/M-G-Warrier/e/B079ZC3JKX%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share If you consider buying any of these books, please buy either direct from the Publishers or from local online sales outlets, like Amazon.in or Flipkart. F Actress Meenakumari Remembered on her 50th Remembrance Day https://theprint.in/features/meena-kumari-tragedy-queen-on-screen-and-accomplished-poet-off-it/391102/ Known as the ‘tragedy queen’ of Hindi cinema for her sorrowful performances, Meena Kumari was an unforgettable screen presence in the 1950s and ’60s. By the end of her 33-year-long career (March 31, 1962), she had 92 films under her belt, including classics such as Pakeezah (1972), Baiju Bawra (1952), Daaera (1953) and Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962). G Quotes on Reading Habits https://www.azquotes.com/quotes/topics/reading-habits.html Like : To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life. W Somerset Maugham William Somerset Maugham CH was an English playwright, novelist, and short-story writer. He was among the most popular writers of his era and reputedly the highest-paid author during the 1930s. H Still searching for Collage All Fools Day Essay? Charles Lamb wrote it long ago : http://essays.quotidiana.org/lamb/all_fools_day/ Excerpts from essay by Charles Lamb : "Many happy returns of this day to you—and you—and you, Sir—nay, never frown, man, nor put a long face upon the matter. Do not we know one another? What need of ceremony among friends? We have all a touch of that same—you understand me—a speck of the motley. Beshrew the man who on such a day as this, the general festival, should affect to stand aloof. I am none of those sneakers. I am free of the corporation, and care not who knows it. He that meets me in the forest to-day, shall meet with no wise-acre, I can tell him. Stultus sum. Translate me that, and take the meaning of it to yourself for your pains. What, man, we have four quarters of the globe on our side, at the least computation. Fill us a cup of that sparkling gooseberry—we will drink no wise, melancholy, politic port on this day—and let us troll the catch of Amiens—duc ad me—duc ad me—how goes it? Here shall he see Gross fools as he. Now would I give a trifle to know historically and authentically, who was the greatest fool that ever lived. I would certainly give him in a bumper. Marry, of the present breed, I think I could without much difficulty name you the party. Remove your cap a little further, if you please; it hides my bauble*. And now each man bestride his hobby, and dust away his bells to what tune he pleases. I will give you, for my part, The crazy old church clock, And the bewildered chimes." *a decoration in the shape of a ball that is hung on a Christmas tree


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