Friday, November 13, 2009

The lines which are so fresh and eloquent!

Hello Friends,
These are some excerpts from the story called 'THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI' by Robin Sharma, one of the best writers at this age!

I am deeply influenced by this book. Now when I am writing this blog, I just crossed some third chapter of this story. The expressive writing of this author is something to be wished alot, even it should be cherished deep by heart!

In these lines, he compares the nature with friendship, where the story gets a rejuvenating point! I am dedicating these lines to all friends, those who love their friends, friendship. And especially this goes close to heart of my dearmost friend Saikumar.

The lines are as follows....
"It didn't take long before the village below was nothing more than a tiny speck on this marvellous canvas of natural splendor. The majesty of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas made his heart beat faster and, for one long moment, took his breath away. He felt a oneness with his surroundings, a kind of kinship that two old friends might enjoy after many years spent listening to each other's innermost thoughts and laughing at each other's jokes."

I suggest all book readers and those who plan to start book reading from now........
can go to 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari'

Wishes To-
Robin Sharma!
My Friends!
Friendship Lovers!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Say From Your Heart...

Which is the most precious lesson Which you have learnt in your life?

Myself its Patience.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

It's Peace - Which We All Need... NOW!


Kadha Parayambol - One of the Best Artwork in Films

I Love (CUTE & BEAUTIFUL) Elephant

Its an elephant at Perur Temple, Coimbatore which made me to sit and enjoy her smile and joyous pranks. She is very close to small kids. Dancing, shouting and she is a gorgeous one I had ever found!

சிறகுகள், Siragugal - A Short Film

A video presentation by my brother and student Mr.Santhankrishnan. See it and give in your valuable comments.

His blogspot is:

To see the video: