Warrier's Collage March 6, 2022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday, March 6, 2022 Millions watched this https://youtu.be/Y2jyjfcp1as (That's no reason for us to prioritise this 🙏-Warrier) Good Morning Happy Birthday to all readers having Birthday during the week ending Saturday March 12, 2022. Best Wishes and Ayurarogyasaukhyam to all. Ukraine Update : https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/russia-ukraine-war-news-live-updates-march-5/liveblog/90003366.cms M G Warrier A Messages/Responses K Ramasubramanian Mumbai Man is a victim of his beliefs. His views and conclusions based on such views many a time are not rational and objective based on real facts . It is a conditioned view of a man. It can be wished to be rational forever. Even Guru Bhishma could not leave his life early as he was silent when Draupathys vastraharanam in the King's Court. B Books : Happy At Heart By Dr Tiny Nair https://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/society/dr-tiny-nairs-guide-to-being-happy/article7557524.ece The opening chapter is about a son getting advice from a Bengali Sadhu about helping his aged mother with Alzheimer's. The advice was to spend half an hour every day holding her hands and talking whatever he thought would be interesting to mother. C Sunday Collage : V T Panchapagesan Chennai SUNDAY COLLAGE The Purpose of Life is to be useful, To be honorable, To be Compassionate, To have some difference That one has Lived And Lived well. Let us love our Parents Because they don't Die. PARENTS Don't DIE People say that when parents die, the world comes to an end. The house looks empty. But I feel that parents live forever and they stay with us. The matter of the fact is that a brother has eyes of his beloved father, a sister has the pretty face like the compassionate mother, a sibling smiles like dad or a sister cooks like mom. Parents don't die. They never leave us. They live among us. They live in us. We are the reflections of our parents. Despite their physical absence, they continue to live in us. When you want to remember parents, When you want to see them, When you want to be with them, Simply gather your siblings around you. You will find the mesmerizing smile of the mother in one sibling, The soothing voice of the father in another. You will feel the parents very close to you. All around you. Deep inside you.. The garden of love that parents cultivate and grow with love, From the time that you are born, With the hard work of their tears and blood; IT will continue to bloom,.. Unaffected by the cycles of tough weathers of life.. They shelter us in tough times.. Parents don't die. Love your parents.. Love your siblings.. Continue to feed the garden that parents cultivated with love and compassion, So that it never stops to bloom and blossom.. You will make your world a living paradise on earth.. A heaven that only knows love, compassion, care, respect and it has You.. I thought it is worth sharing ... V T Panchapagesan. 2) charan singh (@CharanSingh60) Tweeted: Unity in Diversity - 181 राम गुसईआ जीअ के जीवना मोहि न बिसारहु मै जनु तेरा All pervasive all-mighty Master of the world, you are the life of all creatures Please don't forget me as I am your devotee Ravidass, Rag Gauri, 345, SGGS https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1499879979295076352?s=20&t=ykF5mWsxewQUlubfVS5oWw D Opinion 1) Mainstream : Nobel Laureates' Response : http://mainstreamweekly.net/article12106.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email We therefore call on governments and business leaders to use scientific knowledge and technologies responsibly and with awareness of their long-term consequences. Only in this way can human civilisation continue to develop in a respectful manner towards nature and the Earth’s system in the future. The fundamental principles of the United Nations Charter on the Peaceful Coexistence of Peoples are the prerequisite for our work across borders for the benefit of the Earth and its people. We call on Russian President Vladimir Putin to respect the agreements under international law, to recall his armed forces, to start negotiations and to establish peace. 2) My books : M G Warrier All good books are sold out. My books are still available! https://www.amazon.in/dp/1636335896/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_KE46H420G5EE4A7PE988 Restoring Trust in Governance Restoring Trust in Governance : India's 2020’s Challenge is a companion volume to M G Warrier's 2018 book “India's Decade of Reforms” which looked at the initiatives taken by Government of India and RBI to restore the country's economic health by an appropriate diagnosis of factors that stalled the 1990's initiatives to introduce economic and financial sector reforms. GOI and RBI are taking forward reform initiatives to revamp the institutional system in the financial sector by infusing transparency and professionalism in policy formulation and introducing structural alterations wherever necessary. This book focuses on policy initiatives necessary to retrieve Indian Economy and the Indian Financial Sector from the present crisis-like situation. Areas covered in this book include agenda for the second Modi government at the centre (2019-24), pros and cons of privatizing public sector, approach towards gold management. Reserve Bank of India’s role in confidence boosting viewed in the context of monetary policy implementation since the setting up of Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), some aspects of macroeconomic policy challenges before the Reserve Bank of India, need for a strong central bank, conflicts in formulation and implementation of monetary and fiscal policies. Finally, in a separate Section, namely ‘Professionalizing Financial System’ we look at measures being taken to professionalize and strengthen the Financial Sector with focus on regulation and supervision of the banking system. E My Blogs 1) Times of India https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/warriersviews/significance-of-celebrations-38034/ "......in retrospect, I think all celebrations and related social interactions are relevant to a healthy social life. Society has recognised this from time immemorial and observed or celebrated different occasions across centuries in all societies." 2) A Decade plus-old Blog www.warriersblog.com The opening blog was : Jyotirgamayah* The traditional wisdom tells you that if you remove lack of awareness (agyan), knowledge (gyan) will emerge. Same thing about light. Once darkness is removed, light dawns. All good things such as wisdom, harmony, light, good food, appropriate arrangement for all creatures to live in this universe and timely changeover of one form to another are all built in in the making of the universe. It is man's greed and curiosity that has altered the balance. So it is the responsibility of man to set it right, now. To site one example, the ongoing efforts to find out the secrets of the beginning of the universe in which scores of countries with billions worth of resources and thousands of scientists are engaged are leading to waste of all types of resources, which properly diverted could have helped millions of people on the surface of earth now living a miserable life. Same is the case with resources wasted in war and a multiple of that much in preparing for wars which will never be fought. We find out justifications for all wrongs we do. The other day someone ranked nations according to their corruptibility. On a perusal of the word corruption, one finds that the dictionary meaning of the word 'corruption' itself is corrupt. It reads, dishonest or illegal behaviour! The yardsticks for honesty and legality that is commonly used, we all know. The first will depend on the social and financial status of the person concerned and latter, legal validity will depend on the money one can spend in arguing one's case. Rights and wrongs depend heavily on the muscle power and money power, whether it is about individuals, groups or nations. A reading of newspaper any day will testify for this. *The first Introductory Blog posted @mgwarrier.blogspot.in on September 29, 2008 Remembering the past, moving to the future! 🙏-Warrier F Leisure https://www.ft.com/content/00275f56-5318-11e8-b24e-cad6aa67e23e Excerpts : "Aside from the markets chatter, there was another notable feature at the Milken event: laughter. Almost every time a financier arrived on stage, he – and the very occasional she – cracked a joke. So did politicians and policy makers. Indeed, the humour was so ubiquitous that it began to act as punctuation; without a joke here and there, a panel debate did not feel quite right." *Ubiquitous meaning : adjective seeming to be everywhere or in several places at the same time; very common एक ही समय में सर्वत्र या अनेक स्‍थानों पर विद्यमान लगने वाला; यत्र, तत्र, सर्वत्र दृश्‍यमान; बहुत आम G Quotes on blogging : https://www.writerswrite.co.za/the-12-best-quotes-on-blogging/ Like : "The first thing you learn when you're blogging is that people are one click away from leaving you. So you've got to get to the point, you can't waste people's time, you've got to give them some value for their limited attention span. ~Alex Tabarrok Alexander Taghi Tabarrok (55) is a Canadian-American economist. With Tyler Cowen, he co-authors the economics blog Marginal Revolution. Tabarrok and Cowen have also ventured into online education with Marginal Revolution University.


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