About

   Perspectives. For me, it’s all about perspectives. To try and see situations and people from a clean slate or a new twist everytime. Only then, I can  find solutions for anything that comes up in my life. That perspective definitely comes from being in education, because the same solution never works twice! My subbing community is probably laughing here, for they know how seriously true this is.

   I believe that evolution, knowledge, travel, and art make us see things and people in amazing new ways. But being creatures of habit, we keep falling behind, in step with experiences that originally shaped us. Well ya, there’s the social-psychology bit;)

Since I’m an army brat, I grew up traveling through a diversity of States; culturally,  linguistically, and gastronomically different. And then some international travel to add to the pot-boiler.

I was a new kid so often that being new isn’t a novelty anymore. Over time, one gets to a point where, one sees beyond (not using body scanners!) the language, face, and clothing of a differently appearing person. Have you ever shared a joke or solved a problem with a stranger, whose language is Greek (or Latin, or Sanskrit) to you? Try it! It’s a lot of fun.

Diversity does bring a lot of fun and problems for us as individuals, and as a collective society. We can blame it on others or take initiatives to resolve it, one baby step at a time. Or, if have you have the resources: start a charity, or a fundraiser,  business, or even a school.

I firmly believe there is no first, second, or third world. We are one people with varying degrees of sun-tans and zero-variation red blood. The variations in what is visible or comprehensible, is due to the web-connectedness, not Internet;) but am referring to the so-called butterfly effect.

Thus, I am convinced that we can change the mindset of the culture-vulture, by changing our own attitudes first, and then making friends across boundaries, one person at a time. 

And, make it a pleasant world to protect and live in.

Why?

You don’t know? !

It’s simply because scientific research has proved that “the sky isn’t falling” and science fiction has ‘proved’ 😀 that the aliens are coming! People of the world, Unite!

Thanks for stopping by and …

Welcome to my blog!

P.S.

1. This an Award-free Blog. But please leave feedback of any charge; for I will learn, be inspired, and fired to improve from both kinds.

2. I read every blog I comment or click a like on. Therefore, I may not get to many in a day, but I respond, slowly but surely.

3. If this article or any of my related works, at any point in time, generate any income, sixty-percent of that will go towards meeting the basic needs of the alienated and rehabilitating those willing, starting with one of three possible regions. Reference: Comedy of (T)errors and 2047: Execute change, not people.

4. A HUGE thank you for your growing support and encouragement!

47 thoughts on “About

  1. Great intro – I love the line “I believe that evolution, knowledge, travel, and art make us see things and people in amazing new ways”. I’m an Army brat too 🙂 Looking forward to reading more of your work 🙂

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  2. Love your write-up “About me”

    Looking forward to reading about your adventures.

    My blog is geared towards making people, primarily laugh so as to forget, if only for a moment whatever problems or troubles they may have.

    Life is too short. We need more laughter in our lives.

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    1. Welcome! Vast indeed! I wish there was a search bar to click on pulling up like minded people; but then I like the surprises, adventure of never know who we might come across today, a whole caravan of experiences from another city/country accessible only because … we chose to click on a name😉 Look forward to you, ifriend!

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  3. Hi Mugilan enjoyed reading your About especially the wonderful humour. Great combination of some army background with experience of different country cultures.

    Will keep in touch and cheers. 😀

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    1. Thanks Arvind, for your awesome compliment! I really appreciate your generosity and kind thoughtful award, too. As a matter of principle though, I must decline, as noted in my footnotes in About. Your interest, comment, and participation is my true Award!

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