January 12, 2008

AARVEEVE's band……..

Thank you so much for reading all my blog posts.. This post of mine is little or completely different from the existing ones. I have made a very first attempt to write a “music track”... Don’t know whether the phrases and lines are right or wrong. {Pl excuse if it’s wrong}.
Scribbling are apart and they do not necessarily mean the same in my life.
Add your comments to this post…please..

So much to say...
But you fade away like shooting star.
Creating receding waves,
Stopping me from nearing you.

Don’t know if it’s an illusion,
Making you feel and see with repeating temptations.
Is it eternal love? [Chorus: creating receding waves, stopping me from nearing you]
Or just a thing to forget?
Minutes we never spent,
Seconds we never spent.
But heart beats every moment. [Chorus: so much…..]

Those blushes
And void moments,
Make me your person.
Having an everlasting love for you… [Chorus: don’t know….]

A day would come
When we walk together
Clasping hands…
Shining bright as the shimmering sheet
of gold, like the sun during its rise. [Chorus: so much….]

January 10, 2008

I signed up for PPP!

Want to earn a hefty sum by just sitting on your cushioned couch with systems on your lap? “Not possible” might be the answer bubbling in most of your minds by now. Same was the answer with me until payperpost approved my blog just few minutes before. Very happily I lifted the phone to call my dear friend who is already done with it. He is now earning a good sum and says “ I am addicted to blogging and payperpost drives me”. He says that it gives him a feeling of a professional blogger or a freelancer or whatever.

Well, it takes time for getting approved. Not that all people who blog get their payperpost account approved. One has to fulfill certain conditions like minimum of 20 posts in their blog and completion of three months of time before your PPP account gets approved.
It is a website where you get an opportunity to exhibit your talents in writing.
Earning money with no investment is possible here and they merely consider your talent in writing posts. As far as I heard they pay you promptly once it gets approved through your paypal account.You can lso place your blog ads here.

Its time should improve on my writing so that i can submit best blogs for whatever tasks I am assigned for. Blogging has never been this fun.Thanks to this website and also to my friend who has been the sole inspiration to get me here.

January 6, 2008

My scribbling on "THE HINDU"

This opinion of mine published on "THE HINDU" dated september26, 2007, Metro Plus edition.
Lost glory
Teacher: Which is the National game of India?
Student: Cricket.

If you are startled by the answer, you must probably be one of those who had finished schooling some years back. Most children today may be under the wrong impression that cricket, not hockey, is the national game. Not surprising because there’s not much craze or support for hockey in our country. The latest Shahrukh Khan blockbuster “Chak De India” is definitely a boon to the aficionados of the game, especially women hockey players. I am sure hockey will soon regain its place of pride.

Koushik R.V.V
T. Nagar

Be the change...

Greetings to all who are reading this. I hope you’ve all had a good introduction to the new year. Now it is time to start thinking about what we want to do to improve this year so that it is greater than the last. That could be a personal goal or resolution or we could look at our world and do something that will aid it in becoming better for many people rather than just oneself. Gandhi often said that you have to be the change you wish to see in the world. That is very true as nothing ever gets changed by wishing alone. One must become a point of light. Seeing what is wrong is part of the problem but taking action to remedy the wrong is what makes points of light. These points of light exist everywhere in the world and we may know some of them by name like Jane Goodall and the Dalai Lama but many go unnoticed by the masses, though they are none the less important. In truth we all may not be capable of leading large groups of people, touching their lives with our words and deeds and nine out of ten odds says the world will never chant your name, for better or worse. However, that does not mean that the individual is helpless and without purpose. After all, a single drop of rain is capable of raising the sea. We all have purpose and everthing we do or sometimes don’t do, effects the rest of the world, no matter how minutly that may be. Sometimes the smallest acts of kindness can make the biggest difference in the world to someone in need. So I encourage you, good reader, be the change, help heal the world and become a point of light.