Tuesday, October 07, 2003

Dharmic interpretations

i have become such an inconsistent blogger, right? heavy workload these days, and when i do get some spare time, all i wanna do is sleep.i have been reading 'the great indian novel' , again!! have also bought "the namesake" by jhumpa lahiri, will be starting it today.. one good thing after marriage, i have started investing in my hobbies - reading and music hehe, sweet wifey allows the indulgence....
btw, since yahoo groups in india are under a storm cloud, dont u think that communicating through blogs goes on to a new dimension??in TGIN, shashi tharoor, the author says that a man's dharma has to evolve according to the age he is living in, thats perhaps the only concept in the book i would disagree on..my point being that, if it were that flexible, then the entire concept would go for a toss, because my versions of truth and dharma would be conveniently changed by me, whenever i required... whenever i thought a bit of cheating would get me what i wanted, i would do so.... so cricket teams could cheat, students could cheat in xams, life would be a treat, if you knew how to do it without getting caught....unfortunately thats what is being done now, and why the world isnt so good a place it used to be.....
manuscrypts trivia
An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have; the older she gets the more interested he is in her.

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