Wednesday, March 18, 2015


What a rotten and sickening society we live in. We arrange marriages based on the color, cast and ‘culture’ by leaving no stone unturned to make it as flashy as possible. We prefer to spend a fortune on a marriage ceremony making it the status symbol rather than a ritual to uphold the civilized constitution. We also make sure that the Father-of-the-bride is put under excessive pressure that he will reckon for rest of his life and will make an example for father of all the daughters to be prepared and live up to the expectations of the society from them. Once this eventful ceremony is depicted well, we wait for the birth cry of a… Boy! 

'No, we are not conservative or anything… we are just conformist, you know! We had such a great family history (it is almost dynastic after all), it’s quite obvious and natural and perfectly fair to expect a Son who will rule the throne, isn’t it? 

‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ is all good for the poor ignorant village folks. Unlike us culture-rich, well-educated and decently brought-up urbane, they neither understand the importance of a girl child nor have any inheritance to leave for a boy. 

Yes, it’s a boy… Thank GOD! Now we will raise him like nobody ever did for their offspring in the history of mankind. It’s OUR Son and the ONLY Heir to a majestic family tree, you know. We will put him through all the tutoring, coaching, PD and Skill Development classes so that he would not get behind in the competition that has become so fierce these days.

Career choice…? How you could ask such a silly question, we wonder! By all means he would go for Engineering or Medical, is there any other option? We have done everything that takes to build a career of an Indian Boy. Now would it be unfair to expect that he gets a career that is lucrative, secured, recession-proof and mainly foreign funded? We don’t think so. 

Ah… you are going to give us all that Patriotism and Think Rational, Think National crap, aren’t you? Don’t think that we never thought of our son serving to the nation and even considered that IAS option for a while and for a change, you know. But after witnessing what Kejriwal had made of himself and what Durga Shakti Ngpal was forced to go through, we reconsidered that sentimental thought for a sensible one. Who would like their strategically and dearly brought-up children to end up being a Arvind or a Durga or a… what’s his name?

That young IAS, ‘upright’ as they called him, officer from Bangalore… D. K. Ravi, right? Yes, it was good that he was doing righteous things for common good and we surely admire and respect his intentions. And that’s why we protested and called a Bandh and all that to show how we loved him. What else could we do…? We don’t take decisions around here, do we?'

Can’t we…!?! How many more D K Ravi would it take before we start a real REFORM...?

Stay tuned and Be Aware...!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015


A woman received a call that her daughter was sick. She stopped by the pharmacy to get medication, got back to her car and found that she had locked her keys inside. The woman found an old rusty coat hanger left on the ground.

She looked at it and said, "I don't know how to use this."

She bowed her head and asked God to send her HELP. Within a minute a beat up old motorcycle pulled up with a bearded biker who was wearing an old biker skull rag. The man got off of his cycle and asked if he could help.

She said, "Yes, my daughter is sick. I've locked my keys in my car. I must get home. Please, can you use this hanger to unlock my car?"

He said, "Sure."

He walked over to the car, and in less than a minute the car was open.

She hugged the man and through tears said, "Thank You SO Much! You are a very nice man."

The man replied, "Lady, I am NOT a nice man. I just got out of PRISON yesterday, I was in prison for car theft."

The woman hugged the man again sobbing, "Oh, thank you God! You even sent me a Professional!"

You can love them, you can hate them, but you cannot ignore them...
In the most helpless moment only a Professional could come handy...!

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Women's Day!

Leading from the front, she quit her cushy bank job and took a fearless stand against the status quo... against guns and drugs... for her nation... Brazil!
We salute the extraordinary courage of this brave woman... She is our idol on this International Women's Day!