Warrier's Collage on Friday July 15, 2022 : 196/15072022

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Friday July 15, 2022 🙏 1) Lincoln's Gettysburg Address https://youtu.be/GZUSFTKocOc 2) Govardhana Giridhara... https://youtu.be/CZyW1CqL_1c (Keerthana sung by 3 generations. Grandma…90 year old Mother… with dance moves, a doctor. Granddaughter sings Great granddaughter makes a guest appearance Pankajam Narayanan) Good Morning Collage is on "go slow" due to some constraints. July 13, we didn't have electricity which affected WiFi (hope it doesn't get autocorrected in transmission). Mobile time had to be rationed. So we could talk more. Yesterday we had a hospital visit. Time to review Time Management. Nice Day M G Warrier A Messages/Responses 1) Dr Ramakrishna Modi, Fortis Hospital Speaks on Post-Covid19 Bone and Joint Symptoms https://youtu.be/ESDcgBFOWuo A related story : https://m.economictimes.com/magazines/panache/fatigue-joint-pain-common-after-covid-recovery-experts-say-people-suffer-from-musculoskeletal-problems/articleshow/86955870.cms 2) K Ramasubramanian One more interesting line is that "Madhangalum deivangulam koodi manishane Prandhakki" (Religions and Gods together made man mad. You can add Collage as Co-Accused No 1-Warrier) 3) K V Aravindakshan Shared this : My best teacher is Mumbai @ Mumbai Taught Me : Whether you are a millionaire or a ragpicker you must love Samosa pav / Sandwich / Vadapav @ Mumbai Taught Me: It makes a lot of difference to catch a 8.55am local than to catch 9.00am local @ Mumbai Taught Me : How to behave, how to tackle problems, how to make friends in just 10 mins, how to behave at Global Stage. @ Mumbai Taught Me : distance is measured in time and not KM @ Mumbai Taught Me : There will always be someone to share the first drop of Monsoon or a pipping hot roasted corn with lemon and masala at Marine Drive @ Mumbai Taught Me : that if you can survive this city you can survive the world @ Mumbai Taught Me : that there is a vast difference between people traveling in Western, Central, Harbour & Trans-Harbour Lines @ Mumbai Taught Me : that you can own half of Pune or Bangalore, or buy a 2 BHK in Juhu for the same price. @ Mumbai Taught Me : there is something called 0.5 BHK, and you may not afford it. @ Mumbai Taught Me : how to talk to strangers without feeling awkward @ Mumbai Taught Me : that problems can’t be solved easily but can be kept away for a while by contemplatively sitting near sea @ Mumbai Taught Me : we can have bus friend, train friend, office friend, mohalla friend not only just school or college friend @ Mumbai Taught Me : to fight and never give up in life. @ Mumbai taught me : Wherever you live in the world, it can be heaven, if you know the way to live. Love you Mumbai. B Collage Nostalgia 20th Century Film Posters : Madras Courier https://madrascourier.com/art-and-poetry/tacky-whacky-cool-hand-drawn-film-posters-are-a-collectors-delight/ C Books Positive Thinking https://upjourney.com/best-positive-thinking-books Take every day when it comes (“take care of today; tomorrow, it's taking care of itself“) How to solve worry situations The negative consequences of worrying excessively Think positively, analyze, and find simple solutions to complicated worries Fight battles leading with the truth, not erroneous ideas (imaginary problems) Words that can change your life for the better Free your mind of vanity and make room for positive relationships Celebrate your uniqueness, accept and love yourself as you are Bonus : Blog https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/readersblog/ammar/always-think-positive-43682/ Posted online comments : "all of us want to be seen as people with positive attitude. but we always get attracted to the negativity around. your presentation is excellent. loved reading : \"concentrate your time, effort, and thoughts on all that is good in your life, if you concentrate on the bad, youâ ll draw more bad things into your life, start each day by expressing peaceful, contented, and happy attitudes to transform your mood and attract more happiness into your life, your attitude will determine how your day will go, if you approach a challenge or difficulty with the appropriate mindset, you can find solutions much more quickly, refuse to magnify your issues, and believe in your own strength to prevail in any situation.\" keep writing'" D Babusenan's Column Divine Intervention The English poet Alexander Pope wrote : "To err is human, to forgive divine." Agreed. Shakespeare wrote in 'The Merchant of Venice' : "The quality of mercy is not strain'd It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath : It is twice bless'd It blesseth him that gives and him that takes". Agreed. Both these qualities-forgiving and showing mercy- rightly belong to the domain of God for all those who believe in God. But how can we say that the same God sends pestilences like the latest one Covid19? Even now many Americans believe, like their former President, that the Covid was sent by the Chinese from some pestilence manufacturing factory in their country. In a sense, it is better to think so rather than attributing it to God. Some western philosophers like Kant will say that, because God being perfect, it is only logical to presume that it was He who had sent the Covid. We may also say that, considering God as having opposing attributes is there in Hinduism too quoting lines from Vishnusahasranamam (Thousand names of Vishnu) But these are all apex level thoughts. In my limited knowledge of the puranas I have not come across any story where God is depicted as an evil character or any instance of any one addressing Him as 'Duraatman' (The evil soul). In a purely subjective sense, one may say that Covid was a 'divine intervention' if it had taken away a Hitler-like neighbour, but it is not very proper to say that this pestilence that consumed millions is 'divine intervention'. Even those handling economics at macro levels are using this expression! At least our esteemed readers, I hope, will abstain from doing so, for it seems to be an insult to the Bhakta poet Melputhur who addressed the Lord as' Kaarunyasindho' ( the ocean of compassion). (As regards the observation "Even now many Americans believe, like their former President, that the Covid was sent by the Chinese from some pestilence manufacturing factory in their country." If this is the official view of their country, they would have invited Chinese (and the invitation will be gladly accepted) and established several factories to manufacture the C-thing and patented it. The virus would have been given free to allies from where our friends would have smuggled it here and sold in black market. If there was someone above, watching, the fellow would have eradicated poverty and corruption (present koshish is to remove the word from the dictionary) and supplied free food, drinking water and electricity to all, like Kejriwal. I think the almighty is comfortably sleeping. Let's not disturb. Personally I consider good sleep, good appetite and good health as a blessing, even for Gods-Warrier) E Faith Dr Charan Singh https://twitter.com/CharanSingh60/status/1547311081718104064?s=20&t=wzANzfKrk7TtocEHJK1BOA Unity in Diversity - 312 दीन का दइआलु माधौ गरब परहारी चरन सरन नामा बलि तिहारी God, you are kind to hapless and destroyer of pride Namdev is at your feet and seeks your sanctuary to be protected Namdev, Raag Dhanasri, 694, SGGS F Leisure Weather Forecast* https://photos.app.goo.gl/4qeaMJGJjxPTvwgP8 *Shared by Sudha Warrier Mumbai Some short stories* : 1. Today I donated my watch, phone and R500 to a poor guy. You don't know the happiness I felt as I saw him put his knife back in his pocket. 2. I miss times when I was working at the zoo. My boss fired me just because I left the lion's gate open. I mean who would steal a lion? 3. I was in a cab today and the cab driver said, "I love my job, I'm my own boss. Nobody tells me what to do.“Then I said, "turn left". ~~~~ EVER WONDER- WHY Why do supermarkets make the sick walk all the way to the back of the store to get to the Pharmacy for their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front? Why do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries, and yet get a diet coke? Why do we leave cars worth thousands of dollars in our driveways and put our useless junk in the garage? Why does the sun lighten our hair, but darkens our skin? Why can't women put on mascara with their mouth closed? Why don't you ever see the headline 'Psychic Wins Lottery'? Why is 'abbreviated' such a long word? Why is it that doctors and attorneys call what they do 'practice'? Why is lemon juice made with artificial flavoring, and dish washing liquid made with real lemons? Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker? Why is the time of day with the slowest traffic called the rush hour? Why didn't Noah swat those two damned mosquitoes? Why do they sterilize the needle for lethal injections? You know that indestructible black box that is used on airplanes? Why don't they make the whole plane out of that stuff?? Why don't sheep shrink when it rains, whereas Sweaters of Wool, does? Why are they called apartments when they are all stuck together? If flying is so safe, why do they call the airport the terminal? *Shared in groups by S Venugopal 3) Got-Rum?* An Army officer was visiting a temple in South India, Poojari came close to him & asked in low voice: "Got Rum" !!? He winked and replied: "Yes, in my car, two bottles of Old Monk, Bacardi and Black Dog Whiskey." The Poojari became very angry and asked him to go back .... His wife who realized what went wrong, elbowed him and whispered in his ear, "Pandit ji was asking about your GOTRAM(गोत्र) "... aur tum ko Daaru ke siwa kuch aur sunaee nahin deta.. *Shared in RBI Retirees Group Thiruvananthapuram G Quotes about waiting https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/waiting-quotes Infuse your life with action. Don't wait for it to happen. Make it happen. Make your own future. Make your own hope. Make your own love. And whatever your beliefs, honor your creator, not by passively waiting for grace to come down from upon high, but by doing what you can to make grace happen... yourself, right now, right down here on Earth. Bradley Whitford


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