Blogger..again!!!

I am not new to blogging. Neither am I new to blogspot. WhatI am new to is the fact that I created this blog and decided that this one was for keeps!
Being quite busy at work (;p) I usually dont find enough time to update blogs, but with an Airtel internet connection at home (which is conveniently free after 8 at night) I am optimistic about the lifespan of this blog!
Today, Tamil Nadu's governmental destiny for the next 5 years has been decided. So, its the 83 year old veteran who is going to carry the torch. I am not too involved in politics, not because I am not interested, more so because I have better things to do. But I do know the headlines! About how Vaiko jumped the fence and joined Jayalalitha and how the entire Tamil Nadu literally spat at him. But somehow I can never agree that a man would so blatantly go back on his words (people say for 70 crores..and people meaning, mom, pop,uncles, aunts and colleagues!). I always picture him as the Forsyth hero who throws himself into the lion's lair and bears the humiliation and proddings of the world with a silent smile, because he is undercover!
I also know about how during the last Union elections, Jayalalitha toured the entire TN canvassing for the BJP, but ended up getting jeeerooo votes. So basically what I know is, the basics!
Frankly, in my opinion, doesn't matter what kind of government we have, if the people are responsible and respect themselves and others as they respect themselves, everything..EVERYTHING will be fine.
Things like staying behind the stop line on a traffic signal and waiting for the signal to turn green before whizzing off like the wind (and being a potential danger to self and others), like actually heeding signs and not spitting on the walls, like waiting in the queue in shops, like saying a thank you and an excuse me and a sorry, like not looking at women with eyes that have been cyborged for a scanner, like switching off cellphones or putting them in silent mode in places where they have to be and most importantly, to be proud of what we have and seek ways to make it better.

"No country is perfect, it needs to be made perfect"(courtesy: but obviously!! Rang De Basanti!)

So till the next time I get to update my blog...Ciao!!!

Comments

Beuls said…
hey girl! i can see how regular you've been:P
Anbunesan said…
"No country is perfect, it needs to be made perfect"...

As the begning, Five software engneers stood in this election but couldnt win.. :(

Lets pray for the future India...
Atleast to be with a good leader.
Aarthi said…
"No country is perfect, it needs to be made perfect..."-awesome lines.. though I saw the movie...i didnt notice these lines...so thanks for ur blog...
Aarthi said…
"No country is perfect, it needs to be made perfect..."-awesome lines.. though I saw the movie...i didnt notice these lines...so thanks for ur blog...

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