Monthly Archives: August 2010

Good or Bad Person

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Do you ever wonder if you’re a good person? I think most of us assume that we are, right? You get up in the morning, you go to work, you come home. You do other stuff, but it’s all like that. Mundane and inoffensive.

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Childhood Dreams

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Every man builds his world in his own image. He has the power to choose, but no power to escape the necessity of choice

Ayn Rand

Confusion, uncertainty and perplexity surrounds any ordinary teenage. Some attributes this to adolescence while others point towards the environment. Regardless of its root, we all experienced it while constantly searching for clarity and coherence in our short-lived lives.

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Its Not The Same

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To have done it a couple of times in Business is respectable but its not the same. I dont know why it irritates me. I know these “accomplishments” mean nothing now in practice life but I still wish I had done it at least once. I know I was close on several occasions but “those names” don’t go to the list and get invited for “the dinner.” Its not like I dn’t have a dinner invitation myself, I do but its not the dinner I would prefer to attend.

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A Man Apart: A Tribute to a Great Sri Lankan

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The greatest tribute I can pay him is that I have met no finer man. He’s great as a cricketer and even better as a human being

Kumar Sangakkara, Captain, Sri Lanka

When great athletes are done and dusted, team shirts slid into mothballed suitcases, boots plastic-bagged in a musty garage, the final entries inked into record books, judgement commences.

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