Thursday, 23 December 2010
Here is a post by my Guide dedicated to a departed wonderful soul! When I heard about his accident, it was impossible to believe that, as it was just the previous week that we had met! Besides someone belonging to the same generation meeting with an untimely death, immediately made me realize that we just have one chance to live every single day! A day gone can never be lived again, and one's last day is beyond uncertain! Reading these lines shook my sense for a minute because there are too many things I have kept for the future to forget about living today!
"People do not die for us immediately, but remain bathed in a sort of aura of life which bears no relation to true immortality but through which they continue to occupy our thoughts in the same way as when they were alive. It is as though they were traveling abroad.
Our death is not an end if we can live on in our children and the younger generation. For they are us, our bodies are only wilted leaves on the tree of life.
The death of someone we know always reminds us that we are still alive - perhaps for some purpose which we ought to re-examine."
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
Sunday, 11 July 2010
Not that I never smiled before,
But I don’t know why I am smiling now!
Never did I feel so week in my keens,
Then why do I feel it now?
You were just another friend to me,
Then what’s with these thunders striking,
Who made me change the fear of
Getting tied down and die crying?
Oh hell, I am sounding so crazy!
But now it surely feels so real,
And whenever I look at you,
Why cannot I think of anyone else so dear?
I don’t know what I feel for you, but I know
It is you who brings the best out of me!
I am at peace and calm with you,
And wish like this we will always be!
Tuesday, 29 June 2010
Monday, 14 June 2010
Monday, 15 March 2010
My first ever experience sharing speech! I was so scared that I apparently finished this speech in just 2 mins! :-O Being the youngest in the group and yet to be one of the experience sharing speakers made me shake to my foundations!
A very good evening to all of you!
Even though I am terrified to the core at this moment, I consider myself to be extremely lucky and thankful to Bagwe Sir for giving me this opportunity!
I was completely confused as to what I can do in office when I first heard of TLC from Devesh Kaka! He has a mysterious influence on me! So I was convinced that I have to meet Bagwe Sir once in my lifetime! Going by my absence of work experience, it was rather learning how to work than unlearning! But I had this ultra complex of being a non-technical person to work in the family business that needed the unlearning! Bagwe Sir very convincingly kept on telling me that being a non-technical will help you from not getting trapped into daily trouble shooting activities on the shop floor! And you will have more time to learn something else!
I learnt the extent of respecting time only when I started my sessions with Bagwe Sir. I still remember him telling me “if you do not respect your own time, how can you expect others to respect your time? 5 pm means you walk in the meeting room at 4.50pm, period.” As for the home works, well he only said “the day you have reasons to have not done it, you do not come for the sessions from that very day!” For him it was may be just a decent discipline expected from his student, but for me it was the first lesson of commitment towards our home business and also my own life!
I am also a student of MBA in Family Managed Business from SP Jain Institute! When I joined this course in 2008, I was already a year in TLC. I felt as if I was going back to high school to get a certificate, when I was learning something at a level of Masters in TLC!
The clarity of helping my mentors leverage on my initial 10-15 years of being young and exploiting the flexibility that comes with this age is only because of TLC! I am grateful for life to Bagwe Sir and TLC for being the Light house of my professional as well as personal sailing ships!
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