Kavana Sarma Kaburlu

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I used to get upset

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I have a good memory of the people with whom I played ,spent time in studies though not interacted much, and those with I whom I interacted like my teachers and acquaintances > I used to get upset if they did not remember me even after giving details of our interaction. Now I have learnt that people have a selective memory . I know that all of us remember what we think is important. I give others what is theirs. I used to get upset if I had to fight for what is rightfully mine.
Sri Ka Ra says in his story Sankalpam Authority is not transferred automatically .There is Gharshana in the process.I know now that not only you have to fight for your rights as unionists say but also for your normal dues on which there is general agreement among the members of a close group.
అడగందే అమ్మ అయినా పెట్టదు. Even mother has to be requested if you want anything is a famous saying and I am aware of it. But with mother you may expect favours . I am not talking about them Only Dues


Written by kavanasarma

December 13, 2010 at 7:49 am

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  1. A society/micro-society where a conflict is needed to get your dues is not a good one.
    Eg wages for work done.. should be directly given
    If someone has to work and then fight for their salary that is not a good society…


    December 13, 2010 at 9:22 am

  2. In the definition of a metric (or a distance measure) is d(a,b)equal to d(b,a)? Only in case of some rare symmetries it is true. Even auto-rickshaw fare between two points either way cannot be same because of one way roads. Love is also one way to an extent. As time goes on new networks new relationships develop and older ones fade out of memory or lose value. Only God or Godly can maintain symmetry. Ramana Maharshi once told a young European girl – If Kitty remembers Bhagavan, Bhagavan remembers Kitty.This is an automatic divine reaction. That is why prayers give results.

    V. V. S. Sarma

    December 14, 2010 at 7:39 am

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