Whenever I ask youngsters what they want to do in
the future, seldom do I get an emphatic answer.
They throw a few ideas at me with a general mum
bling of, “I don’t know”. But let me tell you, my
ultimate Guru was clear at the age of 12. Remember, how
his parents lost him in the temple and found him after three
days? The answer the young lad gave was, “Don’t you know,
I must be about My Father’s business”?
How long can you stay without going ‘on-line?’ Once, there was a flood
in a village. Many were drowning and so the rescuers were rushing
people to safety. They used anything they could, to help people get to
safety. One young man, desperate to survive, found a black log,
presumably a coconut tree trunk and made it to safety. When the villagers
saw him, they yelled, “Let go off the log and grab the lifeline we are
throwing”. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t get off the log. He
replied, “I left it long back but...
What makes India run on Watsapp? Not only nearly
everyone is on Watsapp, this application is making many
businesses. Some Banks, schools and other organisations
now reach out to their audiences on this channel. Young
people are the largest user base of Watsapp around the world.
Whether it is Facebook, Watsapp or Twitter young people
are the fastest adopters of any communication channel, and
it has nothing to do with education, wealth or status.
A mother has a natural bond with a child but a father has to build one.