Showing posts from December, 2023

Warrier's Collage on Monday January 1, 2024

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Monday, January 1, 2024 Collage Music 🎢 It's a small world after all... Friends New Year... New Beginning Many have expressed happiness about the recent changes in Collage. Efforts to trim the size of Collage will continue through 2024. Suggestions are welcomeπŸ™ Thanks πŸ™ HAPPY NEW YEAR 2024 M G Warrier A Welcome 2024 Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true. Let's start the New Year with some confusion, hoping to move towards light in the course of the journey. Can you distinguish Right from Left? Not ideology. In real life. If you can, you are lucky. Read on : B Responses 1) TNC Rangarajan Thank you very much for sharing a very nice

Win over Your Mind

Friends This Speaking Tree article attracted my attention this morning (December 30, 2023). So sharing the link: M G Warrier

Warrier's Collage on Tuesday December 26, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Tuesday, December 26, 2023 Happy New Year Welcome 2024 Anwesha Das daughter of RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das performed Bharatanatyam at Surya Festival Thiruvananthapuram on December 25, 2023. Congratulations to Anwesha Das Friends Let's welcome 2024 with folded hands πŸ™ and open heart ❤️ Hope all of you are enjoying reading Collage. Happy Birthday to all readers having Birthday during this week. Ayurarogyasoukhyam πŸ™ and Best Wishes. M G Warrier M 134 A Select Responses 1) Dr T V Gopalakrishnan Bangalore Congrats . Enjoyed reading . Keeping physically and mentally fit at this age is itself an achievement and contributing to the society intellectually by sharing life and experiences, motivating many to lead an active and healthy life is adding value to own self and others as well . It all helps to have a positive outlook and a very satisfying feeling . Keep going strong .May God bless

Warrier's Collage on Thursday December 21, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Thursday, December 21, 2023 New Year (2024) Curtain Raiser MERRY CHRISMAS -Warrier Friends Time flies Enjoy the day M G Warrier A Dignity Dialogue Interview : M G Warrier Dignity Dialogue Editor Huned Contractor interviewed M G Warrier recently. Edited excerpts from the interview has been published in the current issue (January 2024) of Dignity Dialogue. Excerpts : Could you share something about your childhood and parents? My familial roots trace back to a time of affluence, where both my parents hailed from prosperous backgrounds. My father, a Namboodiri from an Illam in North Malabar, possessed vast expanses of land and substantial paddy fields in the surrounding areas. On the other hand, my mother belonged to a ‘zamindari’ family of prominence in Malabar during that era. However, the idyllic picture of prosperity soon faded by the time of my birth in 1944. Property-related legal entanglements plunged our family, consisting of my p

Warrier's Collage on Sunday December 17, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday, December 17, 2023 Sitting Around a Bonfire Sitting around a bonfire - The Economic Times Friends After we humans thought that organised and structured living will be safer, we have been trying several options. Religion, "Government", different types of communities with common cause are all off-shoots of this positivism or hope. So far, we have not been successful in protecting ourselves and the habitat. Somewhere on the way, we lost control and the stronger and greedy among us started manipulating us to their advantage. We understood that many things around are out of reach and out of control for us. Uncertainties started scaring us. Someone "wiser" among us who was a management expert used the worst yet management technique and successfully convinced us πŸ™ that the safest and easiest temporary solut

Open Book of Happy Memories : M G Warrier

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE Special Edition 2023 Announcing the publication of M G Warrier's 2023 Book "Open Book of Happy Memories (And Other Stories)" Open Book of Happy Memories (And Other Stories) The book is already available with the publisher (Notion Press Chennai) Copies will be available at major online sales outlets like and Flipkart by Monday December 18, 2023. Open Book of Happy Memories (And Other Stories) as the title suggests is a compilation of 100 plus random essays on a variety of subjects. Recent pandemic, impact of which lasted for more than three years unsettled our life. Most of the lifelines breaking, many of us, especially elders, found our life approaching a grinding halt, not only for health or economic reasons. Communication links got reduced to television and internet, as doors closed and even newspapers and ma

Warrier's Collage on Sunday December 10, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday, December 10, 2023 Ralph Waldo Emerson* *Searched for this link, inspired by a quote shared by Kiran Warrier Good Morning This is a turning point for Collage. Without any conscious effort, content and responses are becoming more and more personal. Thank you, readers. Happy Birthday to all readers having Birthday during the week ending Saturday December 17, 2023. Ayurarogyasoukhyam πŸ™ and Best Wishes. After Collage became a Sunday edition, some readers felt some contents are becoming stale due to delayed release. My response is, "Noted". I'll be more careful in content management. M G Warrier A Collage Nostalgia E Madhavan Thrissur shares a memory Do you know him? The Grand Trunk Express carrying me in one of its six-foot wooden berths chugged up New Delhi railway station on a nice September morning in 1971. My brother was there to receive me, a pathetic

Warrier's Collage on Sunday December 3, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Sunday, December 3, 2023 Good Morning Last week, a short trip to Kerala gave reasons to live longer. One, it exposed the irrelevance of individuals. Two, it taught me how relevant it is for individuals to live life as it evolves. Sudha and I attended a wedding in Kannur : A Family Reunion I could be part of : This note is in response to a brief response from my cousin (Padmanabhettan, 90) who is also the seniormost member from my maternal side, which read : "I feel shameful that I could not recognise some of them. Sorry." I said : "No reason for feeling bad or sad Padmanabhetta... Despite health etc issues Sudha and I came from Mumbai to Kannur as we had not ever met some of our grandnephews and grandnieces and that generation relatives who were present here in Kannur. We became part of the videos and photos so that later some children will connect and identify. Not because it's important or great. Just some personal sat