Hari the Hadron

Saturday, January 20, 2007


We make a Living by what we get, We make a Life by what we give.

Author - Unknown

Friday, January 19, 2007


A recent research has established that people who speak more than one language on a routine basis tend to give a special exercise to their brains which delays the onset of dementia or loss of intellectual and memory power. Isn’t this a rewarding enough reason to learn more languages and interact with people from different geographical cross-sections.

Another logical inference is that if this conclusion is true, then Indians must be having the lowest rate of dementia as we speak so many languages within our country itself. But on the contrary as I see we Indians are born with dementia and short memory, otherwise how else can you describe the politicians being re-elected time and again despite the fools that they make of us and what to say of our intellectual power when we get sold out for free colour televisions.

May be India might well be an exception to this result.

Saturday, January 13, 2007


Every society is judged by how it treats it's least fortunate amongst them.

Author - anonymous

Saturday, January 06, 2007


The best place to find a helping hand is at the end of your own arm.

Author - Anonymous

Tuesday, January 02, 2007


The year 2006 has been trendsetting in the sense that the voice of the people has been the greatest winner of the year, definitely from the Indian perspective. So the expectation of the common man for the year 2007, on the voice of the people especially through blogging, is very high. Even as the voice of the blogworld is reaching new frequencies it is sad to see some of the top bloggers, whose words have the punch and the power to penetrate and make a difference, losing steam and interest somewhere along the way. The allegation very much applies to me too, even though my ranking would be very much low in the blogworld. But for the year 2007 I have resolved to post much more frequently, not with any intention to rise up the level of rankings, but only to re-ignite the passion among the top bloggers reiterating that if an insignificant blogger like me can see a purpose in blogging, then for them sky is the limit.

Going by the impact that the voice of the people has created in our country, for us bloggers who have taken to blogging to give vent to the fire within us to voice our thoughts, feelings and opinions, blogging is no longer just a passion but it is a responsibility, not only to raise our voice on issues but to echo the feelings of thousands of people who are not really able to express it.

It is the law of nature that every peak is followed by a trough and we cannot change it. But with our concerted efforts we can definitely increase the height of the peak. So the voice of the people including the blogworld has reached the high in the year 2006, let us all work hard and continue the rise during the year 2007 too.