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I don't dislike, rather I hate the art of manipulation. I was once warned by Julie Ma'am (teacher at college) about the same, I ignored it. I thought it shall never happen to me; because I felt I trusted the best lot of people, but to my disappointment I've realized it was my mistake. But still, no matter what courses of time may follow, I know what I have done and will cherish those moments forever. After all, when blessings and wishes are with me, am shielded against all the vulnerabilities that may fall on my path.

One's strength lies in the bubbles of truthfulness that one blows out in the air despite knowing the fact that they shall burst in a few seconds. Opportunities shall always lie in your path but if you try to snatch them along parallel paths of other beings then mind you, you're not looking at your path and alas! accidents are destined to happen. I remember, friends of mine and I have received character certificates from our schools and colleges. Wish these could be followed by our organizations with unbiassed opinions at the best.

Time and again vivid experiences at my professional life are teaching me the same lesson where the only difference I notice is that of the change of reference of the interfaces. Life at work is dirty; brings all the stink around and leaves space for rats to move and hunt down the cheese. But what the jerries don't realize is that once the cheese perishes, they shall have to look for things again and it may continue till they themselves understand the fact that the cheese is not what they should be looking for. Am all waiting for Tom to take an action (primarily meant to be decisive!) where the jerries shall know that the show being run is not for free; each one pays his/her own price. Time shall certainly withstand the various testimonials witnessing the changes that bound to affect the show, but then there shall always lie the difference in opinions of those playing the roles of the show-runner and the show-stopper.

The Tom and the Jerry show has always been entertaining because of the wisery portrayed by Jerry and foolishness by Tom. ;-)



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