Is our birth the end result of the immaculate desire of God or the sexual desire of a man who is our biological father? Did our parents really want that we should be born in such and shape and we should be a boy or a girl? If the caused cause our birth is the absolute sexual desire of our biological father what is the role of God then? How are we born on this planet of earth and what caused our ontology?
Friday, December 30, 2011
Thursday, December 22, 2011
This was the question that I have been asking myself when I was working as a guest lecturer in a college and in my experience and observation, the way the guest lecturers are being treated is not fair at all. Self respect and personal integrity of a guest lecturer are always at stake and challenged. The life of guest lecturer is torn asunder and it is crippled by injustice, inhuman treatment and unjust wage.
In terms of education qualifications and exposure guest lecturers are way ahead than the so called permanent ones who are in their late 40s and early 50s. Why then such a bad treatment to guest lecturers? It is a story of haves and have-nots.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
The picture we all have about auto walla is not very pleasing, and today I could meet an auto walla who is very different from the entire flock. Today, as I was trying to get back to Panampilly Nagar from Business standard office, I asked an auto walla that that how much he would charge me to reach Panampilly Nagar he told me give me what I owe him to reach Panampilly Nagar that was his immediate response. With an excitement I just jumped into the auto.
Monday, December 12, 2011
There is an English phrase as “Be in another’s shoes” which means occupy other’s position; feel exactly as others do; understand things in his or her perspective. But the dilemma is that to what extent being in another’s shoes is possible. Though we have such a phrase in English language we can use it for the heck of using it but truly being in another’s shoes is not possible.