Tuesday, July 27, 2010
with saint's view that sees no taint in world.
A voice of child that tries to sound grown-up
with giggles so charming that you cant help but laugh along.
A concern so touching that you can't help but pray for him.
Very few are blessed the way you are my child!
Rarely does God make souls like you.
It needs a Heart of Gold to be you!
Have u ever come across such a person, who prays when you are low?
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
but also some sadness seeping through.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
torn denims thrown on the floor,
silver nail paint bottle on dresser,
missed calls on cellphone,
coffee mug at the bedside,
disorganised vanity table,
an empty carton of fruit juice,
all the single ladies palying on i-pod,
satin sheets crumpled on the bed.
Wonder what is going on?
Nothing, Sarah is getting another fit: "Whatever!"
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
fear not the burning sun.
Fear those who appear as frens,
but deep within are your foes.
Fear not the cries you hear,
fear not the ties you bear.
Fear only the probable failure,
for that will keep you from growing strong.
Friday, November 20, 2009
A pet went missing from dogcare center, while owners were out of town. Center in-charge says:"It’s not my fault; it’s the fault of time". As per the in-charge, it is a case of dog-napping. But how can that happen, when the pet is kept safe inside the dogcare centre?
After the owners returned, they did everything (asking people around the dogcare centre, sticking posters with pet's picture, keeping a cash reward for the one who brings the pet back, throwing morsels of home-made food on the road from dogcare centre to their home, spreading rags of their lost pet's bed sheets on the road just in case it comes to the road looking out for owner). A complaint has already been registered at the police station.
Inspite of all this, a few posters were also given to dogcare centre in-charge to stick a few on pillars and also distribute some to nearby vetenary clinics, but in-charge has not shown any interest in helping the owners. He says: “I have done what I could. Sir, you do what you have to.”
In such a case, where do you think pet owners should go? Should they stop the search (which they are still on with; and the owner still wakes up in middle of the night, thinking he heard his dear pet barking somewhere outside), should they get a new puppy and forget about the gone one? And if they do, it doesn't give justice; and neither does this stop the in-charge from taking security measures in near future.
Should they let the dogcare centre run its business, inspite of knowing that their dear pet is gone because of negligence of money-minting dogcare centre running its business in Vaishali, East Delhi.
The dogcare centre in-charge says: "I am clean of any negligence. The owners had signed a form when they left their pet with me. As per that form, I am not responsible for "any accident that may happen in their absence".
Is it so easy to get a clean chit?...
No!...It is not, there are some responsible dog lovers that will react to this and help the pet owner get justice.
I request all the dog lovers to participate in this Forum and help the owners find a way to get Justice. You are all welcome to suggest ways to approach this issue and ensure that the dogcare centre in-charge is guilty of negligence that has costed somebody a loss of beautiful memories and an affectionate pet.