The week got over real soon.. A pretty crazy and maddening week.. But one day was super fun!! We celebrated Bala Sir’s birthday in office.. Despite the fact that it was his birthday the chief guest/star was Mr.Anand Nataraj.. I can give it in writing that the day would not have been so hilarious if not for him.. We had ultimate fun throughout the day.. Cake cutting, flowers, gifting and lunch.. Lunch time was the best of all!! Oru thayir saadhatha vechi evlo neram pesinom.. And yes paruppu fry.. Gawd!! We all were in full form
Attended the CA convocation today to receive my Membership Certificate.. I would like to write a lot about it.. Aana professional ethics la irukara oru kodi clause la edhayavadhu quote panni, professional misconduct nu soltangana?? Adhanaala na ponen, membership certificate vaanginen, vanten.. Sujatha and I had a lot of fun discussing..
Now for the topic.. I have many a times felt that people who have not ‘odhungifide to an ischool for mazhai also’ exhibit better behaviour than some people who are highly educated (atleast they claim so).. Please note: I do not mean all educated people, I am talking only about a few incidents I have seen, so no pouncing with comments, please.. Something as simple as standing in a queue.. When they know that someone is standing in front of them, what exactly is the point in going and falling over them or trying to push through the queue.. That too at a security check in a star hotel.. I have seen this in petrol bunks as well.. Is it not obvious that we need to wait for our turn? Should someone explain? In public places like these the relatively less educated seem to follow a better discipline.. They atleast bother about what others will think if we talk when a dignitary is talking.. But some of the educated are like, “So what??”.. Keeping the phone silent during a speech.. It can be done even before someone announces to do so on a mic.. But atleast after the announcement it can be done.. Nope!! This is the ultimate nuisance one can see in movie theatres..
Indha yosanaila Facebook la I posted a status.. “Did education actually ruin many people?”.. A famous T-shirt quote “I was born intelligent, education ruined me”.. Various intellectual, thought provoking comments!! Someone said education and knowledge is different.. I have always thought teaching and educating is different.. Reading and studying, hearing and listening maari.. Someone said if one is ruined, education is not to be blamed, but the one who is ruined.. Sword, flesh laam vechi oru interesting explanation.. A CA asked if it was a 2 mark question or 8 mark question.. I wanted to type, “Thambi nee aaniye pudunga vena, na onnume kekala”.. Someone said education teaches us humility.. Yes, most of the highly educated people whom I have met are all very very humble people.. But I wonder if it comes from education or bringing up or genes or company.. I somehow feel humility is a trait and i have my doubts if someone can actually develop it or people are born with it.. But indha nadoola konjam padichitu, enaku ellaam theriyum, naa yaarayum madhikanumnu avasiyam illa, naa nadakumbodhu yaar kaalayavadhu mericha naa yen sorry sollanum nee anga kaala vechadhu thappu, etc, etc attitude oda suthara people than!! They are the ones who triggered that particular question in my mind.. Maybe they wont think too much of themselves if they were not educated?? I wonder.. A highly debatable topic..
Driving class complete halt.. Had no energy.. Thiruppi poi clutch kuda sanda podanum..
today’s blog inspiration was the above post.. Sort of re-lived the day.. Recollected the laughter and fun
2. Smiled a lot today at the convocation Courtesy: Sujatha
If you’re too open-minded, your brains will fall out.
- Jayalalithaa Jayaraman has 2 profiles on FB!! ???
We heartly thank Nandan Shenoy for helping a child at bala gurukalam for education.
No man needs a vacation so much as the person who has just had one!
4. Spoke to Vaijayanthi one day for a long time.. It was super talking to her
5. Vetti pasanga!!