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Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Did you know that you are like a pencil?
Here’s how:
1. Like a pencil, you can correct your mistakes. You can’t change the past, but you can rectify it. And though you can’t erase history, you can erase guilt and anger with forgiveness.
2. Like a pencil, painful sharpening can serve to make you better. Your difficult times can actually sharpen your skills or shape you into the person you were meant to be.
3. Like a pencil, you can do great things when you allow yourself to be held in Someone’s hand.
4. Like a pencil, you can leave your mark whenever possible. That is what you’re here for—to leave your mark. It may be in small ways, it may be in the lives of people you have touched or nurtured, but you must leave something good behind whenever you can.
5. Like a pencil, it is what is on the inside that matters. Whether it is understanding or intolerance, love or bitterness, peace or unrest, kindness or self-centeredness, hope or despair, courage or fear, what is on the inside matters most.
Next time you use a pencil, pause and think about that little writing tool. It teaches some great lessons about living!

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Plan for a trip to Melur in Madurai

"Heard about Melur... Its a famous town in Madurai District(the Temple City). Located on the National Highway linking Madurai to Chennai via trichy. Adding extra Elagance to Madurai District, Melur and its surrounding villages have many temples having Historical importance. You can visit the famous Sanibhagavan temple, Draupathi temple and Manikavasakar temple in thiruvathavoor which is 10 kms from Melur where the famous poet Manikavasakar was born. On the way to Melur from Madurai, there is a beautiful mountain named Yanamalai in Othakkadai, which looks like a elephant in its sitting posture". A nice article by Thenmozhi, Software Enginner of KGISL, Coimbatore who hails from Melur.

Monday, August 11, 2008

My son's visit to US

My first son Harriharan has joined MS in State University of Buffalo and he left on 7th Aug 2008 by Emirates. There was a transhipment at Dubai and after that he left for New York. He had to spend over 8 hrs to get the connecting flight to Buffalo and reached on 8th morning at 1.30am. Anyone pursuing course in SUNY Buffalo can get in touch with him.

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Friday, July 25, 2008

RS-Visit to Malaysia


I visited Malaysia during the last month. Though it was an official trip, we could squeeze in some time to roam around KL, Petaling Jaya, Batu Caves etc. It was amazing to see the statue of Lord Muruga in front of the caves. Really marvelous. Even such a big statue for Lord Muruga is not Tamilnadu, to the the best of my knowledge.

Recently, they have enlarged the campus and built a beautiful temple for Lord Balaji and Padmavathi Thayar. You never feel that you are in a foreign country when you are in KL or Batu Caves, you can easily listen to tamil converation between people. So many tamilians are staying there.

If you get an opportunity, don't miss it.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Week end Training on Non-Life insurance


I have three decades of experience in the General Insurance industry with overseas experience. If any insurer is interested for a training programme for their employees, I can help.

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RS-Dar Visit


Please do not hesitate to contact me for details about visiting Dar es Salaam or taking up some employment.

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