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Wednesday, 13 June 2007

My first post

I am new to blogging as a concept and I started this account only because a lot of my friends have their blogs and one friend that i met on orkut convinced me during a scrap exchange.

Its nice to be having a domain which I can use to express myself in any ways that I feel necessary. Lets hope it does take care of the loneliness that I am subjected to.

Loneliness or not, life goes on at a pace that is rarely set by us. We only have this false belief that we are controlling elements in our neighbourhood. We are making efforts to keep more and more things, persons, and elements in our control. This tendency to keep control can be dangerous.Why do we need to keep things in control.

Are things really under our control....if yes how many factors in our immediate environment are under our direct control......i have always been trying to analyse this and ultimately i am veering around to the view that we dont have anything in control. Whatever happens happens and we happen to be just mute spectators.




6 comments:

Komal said...

Way to go!! your 1st blog itself is so inspiring :) we all are looking forward for more postings from you buddy..keep it up :) and ya..i'm happy to be the 1st one to post a comment here.

Abhijit said...

So there you are with your Blog also...

Tejaswini Shenoy said...

Hi Samiir.. I really liked ur style of writing.. Anyway, I started blogging too becoz many of my friends have blogs and somehow that made me want to put my thoughts in black and white too... more than people actually trying to convince me to blog... and whats more, I have found that its a nice way to relax. Keep blogging and keep aspiring and keep inspiring. :)

samtron said...

hi sameer, very insightful blog indeed!! It is absolutely criminal to exploit gullible and helpless patients.
That reminds me of a sanskrit subhasshita which says that a Doctor has to be given more respect than Yamaraj. While Yamaraj only takes away our life, the Doctor takes both life as well as money in 1 stroke.

My opinion is that the best way to get out of this is to gain independence. My proposal would be to gather like minded people, pool in funds and start a community dialysis centre. The more the people, the cheaper for everybody. Economies of scale. Specialised Training to some paramedics could solve the manpower resources problem.

Varsha said...

Welcome to blogosphere

Reshivu said...

Welcome to the bloggers'gang. Very nicely written posts. All the topics posted so far have been concise and well framed. Keep up the good work! Wish you success in whatever adventure you undertake :)