The Chinese believe that 'Three feet of ice not result from one day of freezing weather.'
Translated into regular English it means that a predicament is not formed without a period of events creating it. I couldn't agree any more. Everything around us is actually a result of letting things be and then suddenly waking up one fine day to realize that it's the wrong story.
Some months ago I was wondering what's it about the News Year's that makes us feel happy. I concluded that it could be the fact that life gives us an opportunity to set the clock back. Or may be it's the new chance we get at doing things the same way.
I think we are now finding it extremely difficult to deal with situations that have transformed into seemingly solution-less truths. Is there no way around them? Are we doomed to deal with them no matter what? Do people forget their place and start taking everything as a gospel truth and do whatever they feel like doing?
I’d have referred to the
Is there something that will come out of this? Or is this bad thing good for us for we will know what is bad for us and good that we’d react to this new found old bad finally? Why can’t we learn to ask the right question? Why can’t we do it the right way? I will tell you why…they still haven’t got us….they still haven’t attacked the true
Is there someone who’d support me if I decided to sit in front of the Parliament like the Thais did in their airport? The question is will I support someone if they decided to sit out like the Thais? Thousands of them just sat down at the airport and threw the government out by forcing the courts to not only dismiss the people in power but also ban them from contesting any election for the next five years.
Here’s another example that will seal the deal. The Comptroller and Auditor General of
Imagine how many bullet proof jackets this money could have bought...
Imagine how many lives could have been saved...
Imagine the NSG could have bought a bloody aircraft to ferry them across the nation during emergencies rather than looking around for suitable transport...
Imagine what poor Barkha Dutt would have to come up with to fill the air space!