Tuesday, December 16, 2014


Life direction


(to 4 kids of slum dwellers).


I remember the day about 2 years back on which 3 little boys of the age of 6-7 years came to my home and knocked the door asking for alms.


I made them sit inside my office housed in my house.


They were very happy to sit on chairs.



Then I started lecturing them.


“Begging is a bad thing in this world. You are young children, gift of God. Why don’t you do something and go to schools?”


“Our parents are poor labor and they do not send us to school. Rather they ask us to beg and bring money. Father drinks a lot and mother quarrels a lot.” The youngest one told.


“Go and tell your parents we want to attend school.”


“Uncle on the name of school, papa starts beating, mother starts weeping.” Another one replied.


“Ok then don’t beg but do business.”


“Business!” All were looking towards one another in awe struck surprise.


“Yes, business.”


“But how can we do that. We don’t have money?” One of them said.


“Ok I will give you money.”


Next day I found the small kids sitting outside my door.

I came out and asked them to come inside. They did as directed.


They told me :

You were telling about business.

 Yes! Business.


I made 2 of them sit on my scooter and one stood in the front.
We went to the market, bought sugar canes from the market.
20 for Rs. 100/- . The vendor gave them 22 .
I told them : Now sit and sell for Rs. 10 each.
They sat whole of the day. They were smiling and laughing.
It was a new experience of useful life.

 And  by the evening all pcs of sugar canes were sold.

All the kids were very happy. Directly, the came to my home and reported like disciplined soldiers that they have sold all the sugarcanes. They were dancing and smiling. 

They had Rs. 220/- in total.
They earned profit of Rs. 120/-
Returned my Rs. 100/- and kept another Rs. 100/- with me for future business.
Rs. 20/ - they took for their own spending and enjoying.


They were very happy because today they had experienced new life of self-pride.
No abuses. No slaps from the people they begged from.


Whenever they met me  during these 2 years,  I encouraged them to go to school.


After 2 years:

They met me today at about 6.30 pm.

They met me and asked for note books and pencils.
I hugged them tightly and kissed them on the head saying :
"I am very happy you have joined school."


They told me further:
They were offered drugs by someone but they refused. "Very good", was my reply.
Now they go to temple too daily.


My eyes went up          to thank God.
I felt that small souls are now on the right track of life.
They will become responsible citizens.
Now no power on Earth can make them bad or criminals.
Their right consciousness is their guard. They need none to guide them now.
They now know what is "wrong" and what is "right" for them.

Drugs are the worst. Going to temple and living in the company of the good people itself is step towards "righteousness" and "spirituality".

The light of the consciousness has lighted in their minds.


They bought note books, pencils and erasers.

It all cost Rs. 170/- for 4 sets for 4 tiny tots.


They further told me that they are now asking all other children in their “Behra” ( the small houses or place where migratory poor labor lives) to go to school. School is a good place for children.


I was feeling happy:

I have got 4 messengers for spreading the message of goodness and education among tiny tots.

They have a long life to spread this message. Thank God – the merciful protector of ALL.



Friday, December 5, 2014


                            Certificate of Appreciation
                   This is to appreciate the humanistic gesture of  Baby Atharav student of 5rd class.

                  He inspires and teaches the children of his house maid so that they may become good at studies.  .

                   This gesture shows his  love for humans and living.  I congratulate his parents too for inculcating such good  human values in their child.

                                                                                          Prof                                                                                              P.K.Keshap
                                                          Associate Professor to MBA

                                                         Education Consultant of India.


                               Certificate of Appreciation

This is to appreciate the humanistic gesture of  Baby Manya student of 3rd class.

She saw a student of 1st class weeping bitterly. She went out of the school and asked the street vendor to make a call to the parents of the child. Parents came and took care of the child.

This gesture shows her love for humans and living.  I congratulate her parents too for inculcating such good “sanskars” in their child.

                                                                        Prof P.K.Keshap
                                                                Associate Professor to MBA
                                                                    Education Consultant of India.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Pain andGain

Born to be Consumed.
Don't fear the pain.
For in it there is much to gain.

Let these bloods be bled.
Let these words be said.

Allow the prick to pierce.
Allow the spirit, fierce.

Only a soul who died,
Shut down, alone, can't cry.

Won't allow themselves to feel.
Haven't lived, nor are they real.

No longer am I wombed!
I'm born to be consumed!

Have my heart, betroth.
Apathy is such a sloth.

It lies to waste ones soul.
The heart, an empty hole!

So fill my heart your stain.
And let the blood flow, drain.

Hide not in chasten shame.
Oh, burn eternal flame!
             Shared by Sandie Wyllie

Monday, November 17, 2014

Thought process.



Sandy Wyllie


I've seen you stumble, fall
Hitting the same wall
Time and time again
Another long, lost friend

You can't run from yourself
You can't blame anyone else
It's your own call
Hitting the same wall

Change is so hard for you
You'll never break through
Hitting the same wall
Just another way to stall

You're up against
Your own defense
With a mind so small
Hitting the same wall

In your running shoes
You only stand to lose
But you gave your all
Just to fall
Against yourself
Against the wall

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Talking Etiquettes



  1. Talk to communicate.
  2. Talk low.
  3. Talk slow. Last said lasts long.
  4. Talk what is necessary.
  5. Listen more. 2 ears 1 mouth. Ratio 2:1 66% and 33 %   but in real use 1:2.

  1. Use age and designation appropriate vocabulary.
  2. Always keep in mind “how the tone and words” must please the listener.
  3. Use non-verbal communication and gestures to convey the message.
  4. Talk to convey the message and not the information.
  5. Plan the talk before hand.
  6. Discuss but don't argue. Arguments generate heat. Discussions throw lights on the issue and problems of the life are solved.
  7. Tame self-ego to win over the other person you are talking to.
  8. Be mindful that your talk is pleasing the listening person mentally not hurting.
  9. Don't use hurting and hitting words and annoy others.
  10. Mind it: Worst situation or thing of the world can be said in "best words". Develop this skill.
  11. Your education, your status, your appearance consists of just 3% of your total personality. 97% is your soft skills and the behavior from which you earn real life reputation.
  12. Listen to sweet and soothing music to develop soothing voice.
  13. Emulate good manners from others. Educate yourself on this front.

Saturday, November 8, 2014



A father who throughout life followed the principle " Learning is greater than wealth". Wealth when follows learning gives more pleasure than when it is master of man.

Our great father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi says: Wealth is lost, nothing is lost;

Health is lost something is lost.

Character is lost, everything is lost.

Son was young, full of energy. He was college-going. Everyday he argued with father that car, smart phone and costly gadgets are bought with money and hence money is greater than learning.

Father was aged, experienced and seasoned.

He was always in the look out of an opportunity to prove that "learning is master of wealth"

But he could not prove this to his young son. Daily arguments and demand of money by the son had vitiated the congenial environment at home.

One day, father got a chance to prove his point.

Father's friend had bought a very costly diamond ring for his daughter-in-law.

Father asked the friend to lend him that ring for a while. Friend readily gave.

Now father, gave the studded case of the ring to the son and told that it has cost Rs._______________________ . But the son argued,
" Papa, who fool will pay such a fatty sum of money for this empty case?"

"Exactly my dear son, everybody pays for the diamond inside this case not for the case."

Case is the box in which the diamond ring is placed.

"In the same way, learning is diamond and wealth is the case."

Son, though did not admit openly but agreed as was visible from his body language.

Right from that day, the son is focusing more on study and less on demands for costly gadgets.

Right Advice

Right advice.


Two computer engineers were talking:

One may be telling the other about the past.

The other engineer advised her:




Learning from 1st Class student


In my neighbor, elder sister came from school. Took off the clothes, took off the shoes and threw them on the bed.

Young mother felt annoyed. Heated arguments followed by a slap to the girl ensued.

As a lost resort to mend the ways of child's behavior and cultivate good habit of keeping the clothes in the cupboard on coming from school, mother invited an elderly lady from the neighbor.

Elderly lady, being the judge between mother and the daughter, started asking:

"Dear child, are you a good child or bad child."

"I am a good child," replied the child standing before the elderly lady as if answering to an advocate in a court.

"What are the symptoms of a good child" was the next question parried by the elderly lady.

"Good child comes from the school in time, takes off the shoes, takes off the clothes. Places the clothes inside the cupboard and does not make mess of clothes throwing them on the bed."

"Are you clothes at the proper place?"

"No grandma. They are not. I am sorry."


In between the young sister studying in 1st class jumped and said "Amma she knows what is good and thought is in the head. It will take sometime to be reality."

I was surprised to hear this reply from a student of 1st class.

and learnt a lesson. DO IT NOW.


Many elders spend the entire life saying "I think I can" but "Never have time to enjoy what they wish or do what they like."


FEAR has two meanings:

1. Fear everything and run. Makes person worried, unhappy, sad and keeps the worrier on toes.

2. Face everything and rise. Makes person worry free, happy and cheerful.

BIGGEST HURDLE IN ENJOYMENT: Opinion about me by others. How the others think about me. It is expression vs. impression problem. More mental than real. More we keep on coining mental view of the situations, more the worry, anxiety increases and turns out in real in the form of anger. Anger is one letter short of danger. D=death.

Focus and enjoy what you have. Rather than focusing on what you don't have and be unhappy.

World remembers those who live for their dreams. Self belief is the best belief. Don't indulge in proving to others. Be yourself and you will grow a lot in every term. Be it happiness or prosperity. Love what you do or do what you love. It will make you more happy.

Accept yourself in absolute totality, says Osho.


Thursday, October 23, 2014


23rd October, 2014.

Dear Mr. Jitender
This is to certify that you have scored well in the tests:
1.       Situational Analysis
2.      Map Reading
3.       Practical Part of Speech

                              Prof P.K.Keshap