Monday, August 3, 2015

Musings- contd.

Proverbs: -
Old (so-believed-rich -in-wisdom) PROVERBS; but OUTDATED (for long) hence not in currecy:

Honesty -  PAYS- but no longer in same genuine currency or of equivalent value NOT even ITS
                        'fair  value' ( a modern concept)

  •               - Is the BEST POLICY; only that, both  the concepts - 'best' and 'policy' are any longer to                    be regarded to connote the same  things, or of self-same shades, as ever before

முன்னாள் ஜனாதிபதி அப்துல் கலாமின் மறைவிற்கு பிறகு அவர் பற்றிய பல விஷயங்கள் வெளிவந்த வண்ணம் உள்ளன....

Musings : It was the gem of a human being, the most revered of all, honoured by the description – MAHATMA, who had the temerity /obsessive  godliness within, to give, till –then- downtrodden minority section  of the humanity, a new birth; by christening those ,- HARIJANS. In recent times, it is sad that, but for a few exceptions, who are able to think straight forward, with sincere intent and passion to move forward , also to take the rest fellow humans along with, the entire lot knowingly or otherwise, being disabled, tend to move backward, in both thinking and aspiration.

RAM and RAHIM – just ONE; NOT two.  That is THE FACT of life, of ‘one-ness’;  as immensely believed by the Father of our nation. And, as demonstrated by Kalam, by his exemplary qualities; both by words and deeds.
More, > ;

worth emulating, imbibing, < any day may never be late !


 101st Anniversary of the First Electric Traffic Signal System

Random jottings (IN FLAT 10 MIN)

Root cause x grass root cause- latter must be dealt with at that level- not premature /anterior level

Proportion x out of proportion x commensurate – moderation is the solution can be found in only reasoned moderation

Distance bet brain, eyes , ears- the longer the distance the lesser is the faculty of perception

Short sight x long sight x distant range, long range,

Thinking, faculty to think, keep thinking, self-analysis - INTROSPECTION

Levels – of iq, eq, csq, so on

Cs  touch stone of logic. Logic corner stone of ant law, rule, regulation

Mind,  mindset. Its potentials for distortion,- unclear, haphazard, chaotic

New earths – million of light years- vision through eyes, or years – but mind unbridled can transcend, distance no obstacle, travel any...

Quality x quantity- ever in inverse proportion inevitably , parallelograms

If were measured in money -, consequence poverty in quality

Ref. Invitation by All.Bank (TAXGURU) for concurrent and revenue audit

Concurrent – tracking closely, following on the heels, every change – never for better

Change – start with clean slate, misery added, endless perpetuation

Disadvantage of electronic media – say, e’mail , deleted at a finger tip- may choose to be honest or x

Ref. Cb’s new bm mail – nothing in inbox, back to square oe, start afresh, perpetuation>>>> procrastination

At the painful cost of, harrowing experience of repetition

Hypocrisy x turncoats’, dr jeckil and MR  HYDE – two sides of figurehead, human being

Unabashed shamelessness ruling the roost, causa causans

 < 'katcha' (not katchaDA !)- open to EDIT

Highlight of the day


<<<<<<<<minima ?  X MAXIMA >>>>>> a quandary, an inherently irresolute, stubborn  puzzle - to the core...?!


Wall Street pay is high because the financial business scales. Given the enormous amounts of capital sloshing around the world, a capable trader can earn billions with a few taps on his computer. If the bank doesn’t give him a piece of the profits, he will take his talents elsewhere. Luther begrudgingly conceded the point when he cited 1 Corinthians 9: “He who tends the flock should get some of the milk.” Of course, Podemos could someday win an election and impose a maximum wage. But would the shepherds stick around?

Greg Steinmetz is the author of  The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: The Life and Times of Jacob Fugger, to be released Aug. 4. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and spent fifteen years as journalist for publications including the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, the Houston Chronicle, New York Newsday, and The Wall Street Journal, where he served as the Berlin Bureau Chief and later the London Bureau Chief.

Jerzy KaltenbergJerzy Kaltenberg
at Alcatel-Lucent New Zealand
one look at 'communist' China shows how this works in reality. Legislating a maximum wage has two possible outcomes: 1) an enforcable and enforced law means talent & capital flight 2) an unenforced/able law hurts honest high performers and does nothing for those who flout the law. As long as demand regulates wages, such a law is anticompetitive and useless.

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