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Blogger | abstract, stories and poetry, senior manager in a technology leadership role and an enthusiast. Believes in a deeper purpose for life and actively in pursuit/practice to realize the same (https://www.sriramchandra.in/)

  • Genuineness of the Goat…

    There is a panchatantra (old moral stories of Indian origin, for children) tale of how a Brahmin(a person belonging to a high class of Hindu priests) taking a goat along with him gets fooled by a set of swindlers working… Read More ›

  • Our Unique Opportunity

    Our unique opportunity, while it lasts to learn to listen with intent, with intent practice that art

  • If I could…

    If only I could do, all that I wanted to I may not move the mountain, but clear a boulder or two I may not move a nation, but eke out an action true If only I could do, than… Read More ›

  • Discover before deliver…

    One of the over used terms, and may be rightly so in a professional sense, is “end-to-end”. Think end-to-end, understand how to deliver an end-to-end experience, work towards meeting end-to-end expectations and so on…

  • Waiting for the idealistic…

    Distance is conquered in a long journey mile by mile, turn by turn…but not just by dreaming of the destination. Keeping the destination in view of course could act as the impetus to take the next mile.

  • Antegrity

    Harry was perplexed. His team was in a nibsugar break to renew some energy and he wasn’t able to focus on food right now. They had at best two more chances of reaching the target before a colony could face… Read More ›

  • Move on…

    Hurtling across the Niche27, Harry had only one thought in mind, he had to carry the news of the new hideout to his clan. He was the best soldier of the unit entrusted with the task of exploring new hideouts… Read More ›

  • acknowledged

    A nod or a sign, if for a fleeting incline A smile or a glance, than feigning ignorance A notion of receipt, a charitable present Oh what joy, brings a simple acknowledgement A twitch or a frown, over an expression… Read More ›