Soundingboard Category

The Anachronistic Pied Pipers

Posted on 15 Feb 2017 In: Soundingboard

I am fond of fables, especially the kind from the famous Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, though I have also read those by Aesop, the Greek slave and tales collector. Transformation to adulthood cultivated an insouciance towards the juvenile tales from Aesop’s stable and found me fascinated with the  impassioned ecclesiastical and thought provoking [...]

We The People

Posted on 30 Dec 2016 In: Soundingboard

Who am I?

Posted on 28 Nov 2016 In: Soundingboard

Morality and Governance

Posted on 22 Oct 2016 In: Soundingboard

Saints and Demons

Posted on 15 Sep 2016 In: Soundingboard

A Survival Appeal

Posted on 16 Jul 2016 In: Soundingboard

Aroma Of Arrogance

Posted on 16 May 2016 In: Soundingboard

The sad trend in the existing media driven culture of an insulting way of thinking or behaving that comes from believing that you are better, smarter, or more important than other people is absorbed metaphorically by most, as a noticeable and usually pleasant whiff. In short the present generation is apparently overcharged in an [...]

Forever In God’s Hands

Posted on 22 Apr 2016 In: Soundingboard

Forever our lives remain in the hands of God and the doctor;  others such as villains, bad guys  who attempt to shorten our span and continuance succeed only when God wills and the doctor fails. The doctor endowed with his special skills can only with God’s concurrence extend the lifespan of the suffering patient. [...]

The Brand Ambassador

Posted on 18 Feb 2016 In: Soundingboard

The headline in the Newspaper was not conspicuous (Page 8, bottom) but it tickled my cerebrum! It read “Maha Adds Aamir Power to Save Water,” presumably Maha stood for Maharashtra. I was impressed, the Maharashtra Government had  finally discerned the control that Aamir, the film actor, commanded over the life giving and thirst quenching [...]

Chenab Connection

Posted on 6 Sep 2015 In: Soundingboard

I owe a sincere apology to readers of the articles in my blog for reminding me to shed  the writers block! I wish also  to thank them for their concern and their subtle unspoken  encouragement to me to continue to write. I have heard it loud and clear and will not disappoint anyone. However [...]