Tuesday, April 19, 2011

K6 - Reservations Rocks n Rules !!!!

I think we should have job reservations in all the fields. I completely support the PM and all the politicians for promoting this. Let's start the reservation with our cricket team. We should have 10 percent reservation for Muslims. 30 percent for OBC, SC/ST like that. Cricket rules should be modified accordingly. The boundary circle should be reduced for an SC/ST player. The four hit by an SC/ST/OBC player should be considered as a six and a six hit by a SC/ST/OBC player should be counted as 8 runs. An SC/ST/OBC player scoring 60 runs should be declared as a century. We should influence ICC and make rules so that the pace bowlers like Shoaib Akhtar should not bowl fast balls to our SC/ST/OBC player. Bowlers should bowl maximum speed of 80 kilometer per hour to an SC/ST/OBC player. Any delivery above this speed should be made illegal.

Also we should have reservation in Olympics. In the 100 meters race, an SC/ST/OBC player should be given a gold medal if he runs 80 meters.

There can be reservation in Government jobs also. Let's recruit SC/ST and OBC pilots for aircrafts which are carrying the ministers and politicians (that can really help the country.. )

Ensure that only SC/ST and OBC doctors do the operations for the ministers and other politicians. (Another way of saving the country..)

Let's be creative and think of ways and means to guide INDIA forward...

Let's show the world that INDIA is a GREAT country. Let's be proud of being an INDIAN..

May the good breed of politicians long live....

Please Note: This post is not written by me. Actually i don't know the original source of this article, i found it at 2-3 different blog. Since its quite interesting & informative, i have shared it here.

Monday, April 18, 2011

K5.0 Donkey made me Doctor

10 years ago when i completed my school & i had to select my career, doctor was considered to be the best & the only profession. Even now, becoming a doctor is a foremost wish for every student, but people are more educated now, they are diversified in their views & has started looking to other career option. Long before, if you check merit list of top 100 students, you will find all of them taking medical field, but now you can see other field too. At that time people consider doctor as God & they use to worship them ( I don't know WHY ? ) but nowadays you will finds some authors of local newspaper like Kanti Bhatt always criticizing doctors, wrongly due to lack of their medical knowledge. Ok i will discuss about this all later in some other post. Here i would i like to say how i decided to be a doctor.

JANMASHTAMI, birthday of Lord Krishna, is celebrated with great splendors & devotions in state of Gujarat, especially in Saurashtra region from where i belongs. Temples & homes are beautifully decorated & lit. An attractive features of celebrations are cribs & other decorations depicting stories of Lord Krishna's childhood. Fairs are organized in big cities with different varieties of rides, toy stalls, & restaurants. Thousands of  people from nearby village visit it and enjoy fair.
During my childhood people used to ask me what would i like to become in my life? And i would reply to be a doctor. I used to see a great feelings of happiness & proud in eyes of my parents. Once along with my parents, i went to Janmashtami fair & visited a Donkey show. Inside a big tent, people gathers around in peripheral circle, while donkey & his master standing in centre. Master will ask a question, answer of which would be one of people around. Donkey then move around people & when he approach correct answer, he stops. Questions would be like, which person has lost 1 or 2 of his teeth, which women among us is most greedy, likewise. Sometimes master give his watch or any of his belongings to people to hide it and tells donkey to find it. Surprisingly donkey used to be correct most of the time. That day master asked, which child among us is going to become doctor in future? I started praying, please God, let this donkey stop in front of me. He moved around circle four or five times & suddenly stoped in front of me. I jumped up so high happily. People clapped & looked at me like i had won some big award or prize. I felt flying high up in the sky. After that i used to say everyone about this donkey incident & people used to encourage me to go for it.

After completing school, i took up admission in medical college. During my studies, i faced a lots of struggle, burdens & hard work, sometimes i thought i am wasting my whole youth full of enjoyments, movies, sports, etc and used to blame that donkey. Finally now since i had completed my graduation and became doctor, i feel i was wrong to blame that donkey. Even Lord Krishna had said, everything happened in life has a rightful & meaningful purpose in our life. Opportunity comes to every people's life, we just need to identify it. I believe in it. My opportunity came in form of that donkey. Now i am doctor and enjoys great respect in society.

Friday, April 8, 2011

K4.0 An Essay On Indian Cow

You'll forget your English by the time you finish reading this. This is a true essay written by a candidate for higher national level examinations. The candidate has written essay on the Indian Cow.
Indian Cow
He is the cow. The Cow is a successful animal. Also he is four footed, and because he is female, he gives milk. He is same like God, sacred to Hindus and useful to men. But he has got four legs together. Two are forwards and two are afterwards. His whole body can be utilized for use. More so the milk. Milk comes from 4 taps attached to his basement.
What can it do? Various Ghee, butter, cream, curd and the condensed milk and so forth. And he is also useful to cobbler, waterman and mankind generally. His motion is slow only because he is of lazy species, and also his gober much useful to farmers, plants and trees and is used to make flat cakes, in hand and drying sun.
Cow is the only animal that extricates after eating. Then afterwards she chews with his teeth whom are situated in the inside of the mouth. He is incessantly in the meadows in the grass. His only attacking and defending organs is the horn, specially so when he is got child. This is done by knowing his head whereby he causes the weaponed to be paralleled to the ground of the earth and instantly proceed with great velocity forwards. He has got tails also, situated in the backyards, but not like similar animals. It has hairs on the other end of the other side. This is done to frighten away the flies which alight on his cohesive body hereupon he gives hit with it.
The palm of his feet are soft onto the touch. So that the grass head is not crushed. At night time have poses by looking down on the ground and he shouts. His eyes and nose are like his other relatives. This is the cow........
Send this to your english teacher and within 7 days.......
........She is surely gonna commit SUICIDE

Sunday, April 3, 2011

K3.0 How do you know what fish enjoy?

Great philosophers are great thinkers.  Great thinkers “think different” (credit to Apple, Inc.). They think in a way that sometimes seems ridiculous or non-sense to us. But if we review their ideas closer, usually there is some insightful wisdom in it.  This time, we have two philosophers together, and they challenged each other about “think different”.

The Happiness of Fish

Keshav and Gopal were strolling on the bridge of the Narmada River when Keshav said, “See how the fish come out and dart around easily!  That’s the pleasure fish really enjoy!”
Gopal said, “You’re not a fish — how do you know what fish enjoy?”
Keshav argued, “You’re not me, so how do you know I don’t know what fish enjoy?”
Gopal said, “I’m not you, so I for sure don’t know what you know. On the other hand, you’re certainly not a fish — so that still proves you don’t know what fish enjoy!”
Keshav said, “Let’s go back to your original question, please. You asked me how I know what fish enjoy — so you already knew I knew it when you asked the question. I know it by standing here on the bridge of Narmada River.”
Kind of trick debate, isn’t it? I am even not sure whether Keshav actually won in the story (He answered where but not how).
But what we learn from this story is :-" You are not fish, how do you know what fish enjoy?" :  Each individual has his/her own feeling, value and behavior patterns; Don’t judge others!

Friday, April 1, 2011

K2.0 Doctor buying a donkey

As a Medical student and Doctor myself, I certainly respect well-educated people. “Knowledge is power”. No matter you are a college computer science professor or a farmer who owns 100 acres of crop field, knowledge is critically important to your work and everyday life.  However, having a high degree does not equally mean one is good at everything, and sometimes, knowing too much can make a simple thing unnecessarily complicated, especially when one wants to show off his knowledge in a wrong scenario.  Here is a good chinese story told i just came up.

There was once a pedantic scholar who thinks himself as highly educated number one knowledge person in the whole world.  Some people believed him, they called him “Doctor.”
One day, Dr. went to the bazaar to buy a donkey. After payment, Dr. asked the donkey seller for a contract.  But the seller was illiterate, he asked Dr. to write one instead. Dr. thought that’s a good chance to show off his knowledge, and agreed.
In a while, Dr. finished one whole page, the seller thought the contract were done, thanked: “Good, thank you so much, just give me the contract, the donkey is yours!”
However, Dr. tightly hold the paper and came up with two more pages, still busy writing: “Take it easy, I just finished one page, haven’t come to the part about your donkey yet! ” The seller had to wait aside patiently. After a long time, Dr. finally finished three pages, all full of words. He put the pen down and read his own written contract loudly and enjoyed himself.  As reading finished, Dr. asked the seller proudly: “How do you think? What a great essay you never heard before!”
The seller did not agree, replied contemptuously: “How could you write a three-page-contract, without even mentioning one ‘donkey’ word at all? In fact, what you need to do is to record  the date, I sold a donkey to you, and how much money you paid.  Don’t you think so?”
People laughed at Dr.. Dr. felt disappointed and embarrassed.  He walked away crestfallen with his donkey.

Moral of the Story : You ask him a word, he answers hundreds of sentence; You ask him for a summary, but he can not tell.  This story tells us: Use your knowledge in the right place.