Come what may

Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul. – Gianna Perada Carini Life is a constant until we are gone. Regardless of what is happening in and around us, life is in constant motion. With this life we attempt to live, enjoy, survive, find and share meaning on an almost daily basis. […]

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Monday Motivation-Azim Premji

AZIM PREMJI, The Son of Mohamed Hashem Premji who was a prominent businessman who founded the Western Indian Vegetable Products Ltd., a company dealing in vegetable products and refined oils.

He took control of his father’s business in 1966 when he was just 21 years old. At that time the company primarily dealt in hydrogenated oil manufacturing. Soon after assuming control, Premji began to look for diversification opportunities and strove to expand the business beyond refined oils. Soon the company diversified to include bakery fats, toiletries, light bulbs, hair care products, and hydraulic cylinders in its portfolio. Since the company no longer dealt with just vegetable products, Premji renamed it “Wipro” in 1977.

the Indian government expelled the computer firm IBM from the country In 1979. Premji saw this as a great opportunity for tapping into the emerging computer hardware and software market and began moving Wipro into the computer business.the company collaborated with several other businesses in the computer field, including an American company Sentinel Computer Corporation, to form partnerships and positioned Wipro as a successful manufacturer of computer hardware. Eventually the company entered the software market too.

The growing wealth of the company also ensured that Premji became one of the richest businessmen in the world. The ‘Business Week’ hailed him for being one of the Greatest Entrepreneurs for making Wipro one of the fastest growing companies in the world.


Besides being world’s one of the richest business tycoon,Azim Premji has a deep faith in giving back to the society. He founded the Azim Premji Foundation, a non-profit organization, in 2001. Through this foundation he aims to contribute towards achieving quality education for all in rural India in order to build a more equitable and sustainable society. The foundation functions in several states including Karnataka, Rajasthan, Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar.

In 2011,He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, the second highest civilian award by the Government of India.


“If people are not laughing at your goals, your goals are too small.”

Monday motivation

“To share your weakness is to make yourself vulnerable; to make yourself vulnerable is to show your strength.” ― Criss Jami Who am I? There are times I ask myself that question. My answer, sometimes I am nobody but at all times I am somebody. I can be visible and then invisible, just a face in […]

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Good morning

Good Morning — Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

There is nothing better to awake to on a Monday morning than the noise of the penumatic drills, although in the neighbour’s garden. This means that today they will arrive in our garden. In the first operations of the renovation work they will be digging deep down in front of our bedroom windows. Up to […]

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Great read in the morning God said: Oneness is inescapable. Oneness is a fact of Life. Oneness is here to stay. At the same time, you live in a contiguous world which is called relative. In the world, everything is relative to something else. You live in a world of contrast and comparison. You are always keeping your eye […] […]

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World Theater Day-27 March

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When it all had started?

Do you know it all started with Athens,Greece.The concept Theater has originated in Greece.The Greek theater history began with festivals honoring their gods. A god, Dionysus, was honored with a festival called by “City Dionysia”. In Athens, during this festival, men used to perform songs to welcome Dionysus. Plays were only presented at City Dionysian festival.


Athens was the main center for these theatrical traditions. Athenians spread these festivals to its numerous allies in order to promote a common identity.

At the early Greek festivals, the actors, directors, and dramatists were all the same person. After some time, only three actors were allowed to perform in each play. Later few non-speaking roles were allowed to perform on-stage. Due to limited number of actors allowed on-stage, the chorus evolved into a very active part of Greek theater. Music was often played during the chorus’ delivery of its lines.

Tragedy, comedy, and satyr plays were the theatrical forms.

Tragedy and comedy were viewed as completely separate genres. Satyr plays dealt with the mythological subject in comic manner. Aristotle’s Poetics sets out a thesis about the perfect structure for tragedy.


Here we are…

Greek dramas followed the themes of: fate, temptation, tragedy, and love. Everything circled back to how life should be lived according to their times. It was a way to educate generations on life lessons and to give them tools when they would find themselves in undesirable circumstances.

Greek Drama
Based of philosophical ideas.


Modern day dramas focus on what is popular at the time. Ratings and reviews are taken into account, more so than the message that the drama is sending to the audience. Basic morals are shoved to the side and whatever goes. There are few sensors on what is said or performed.



Modern Day Drama concentrates on Solely entertainment purposes.
Available to all audiences.
Viewed in different for TV,Books,Radio.
And the Moral of the story is usually lost.




“You have to look inside and ask the question,

whom you are trying to Entertain???

Audience or yourself ?”