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  1. Infinite! - 24

    by , 20th November 2014 at 04:55 PM (Just a thought)
    Bitter!

    Sankaran's diary was almost about to end and the fact that it was the last, made Sivaraman to feel sad.

    "Police came and did some inquiry on the beggar's death, but could not conclude anything there. Besides, there were a few who died in that rain and flood, so they closed the case quickly. I was in two minds, whether to disclose the information about the bag that was stolen or not, till I received Dhanakoti's letter. It had come from Assam. In brief,
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  2. Keeping Quiet

    by , 19th November 2014 at 11:20 AM
    I am reading this very interesting book, The Difficulty of Being Good by Gurcharan Das. He talks about different characters in The Mahabharata and their characteristics. It is very easy to relate to most of them because human nature just does not change. What was true thousands of years ago is true for the present ages too.

    In one of the chapters the author writes about the scene where Draupadi is being humiliated and everyone keeps quiet. No one has the courage to speak out against
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  3. Infinite! - 23

    by , 18th November 2014 at 07:05 PM (Just a thought)
    Stolen!

    Sivaraman read further with a sad smile. "How could he be so naive? Humans are always prone to go berserk with wealth! Perhaps he saw others the way he saw himself!", he mused about his grandfather. The diary narrated that part of the story in about two pages, but it felt like reading two volumes to him, as he had empathized himself with Sankaran.

    "While we were worried and running to get food for the children and disabled, in those wee hours
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  4. Infinite! - 22

    by , 14th November 2014 at 08:32 PM (Just a thought)
    Flooded!

    Sivaraman stopped reading and for a moment relived that moment when his grandfather had that feel. He could never get closer to it, as he never had such a moment. He resumed after drinking water and checking whether his father was alright. His grandfather's story went on.

    "The kumbabishekham committee had arranged free lunch for the entire crowd and the entire temple praharams [long halls] were used for it. More than 60 people were involved in serving
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  5. Infinite! - 21

    by , 14th November 2014 at 05:49 PM (Just a thought)
    Fulfilled!

    Sivaraman, though knowing what happened, yet could not resist and turned the page. There it was, written by Sankaran with a lot of emotion, elation and humbleness together. Sivaraman went through it again and was sure that he would read it many times.

    "Soon it dawned with no trace of rain and that was a good sign to me. I went in, talked with two of the pandits who were also ready by then, taking the sacred pots with care and prepared for performing
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