Its been almost a year since I’ve touched my blog. Infact I had never started.It was those starting days at work that I usually blogged. Work became hectic and I really didn’t care much about my blog until now.
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“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”
Sometimes a photo says a lot more than words…
For those who all wondering what the title means, let me first tell that this is the “word of the year” chosen by Oxford Dictionary considering the the current situation in Britain. Oxford University Press on Tuesday crowned the word – defined as “a situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged, characterized by a string of blunders and miscalculations” – its top term of 2012.
I find it amazing the word fits perfectly to situation in my country. Take example of UPA govt. in India.The govt has been battling issues of corruption since almost 1 year.The fight against corruption started with anna hazare in the lead has taken a whole new dimension with Kejriwal’s political outfit.And to make things worse,Congress always keeps mum.Is the party in omnishambles?
Totally mismanaged,everything and anything that party does is subject of severe scrutiny and criticism.Talking about blunders and miscalculations,there’s no better example than Mr.Rahul Gandhi who comes once in a blue moon with strange facts and controversies.
“We were also in the Opposition. Then the Kargil war happened. We were all together. Congress stands together in the interest of the country whether we are in government or not. “- Rahul Gandhi
The congress has perfected the art of drawing criticism upon itself.Wrong speech made at the wrong time. We’ve had many shambles this year,the last being “Sandy” and “Neelam”. However I feel “Omnishambles” could be often used in political terms.I am not anti congress and these are just my thoughts.Long live “Omnishambles”.
A morning-glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books. ~Walt Whitman
Like A Budding Flower….
“Slow buds the pink dawn like a rose From out night’s gray and cloudy sheath; Softly and still it grows and grows, Petal by petal, leaf by leaf.”-Susan Coolidge
READER DISCRETION ADVISED!!!
Do you associate your workplace with an epidemic? The word ‘epidemic’ might bring to your mind diseases such as Flu or HIV which I’m certainly not talking about. Think Of yawning for instance. There’s nothing more infectiously contagious as yawning at your workplace.esp if you are seated comfortably in a cozy office chair in an air conditioned room. Yawning is surprisingly powerful. Just by reading the four yawns used till this point you probably will yawn in the next few minutes, if not already.
In case you are reading this at your office, and that you’ve just yawned, chances are that all nearby are going to yawn, and probably a good proportion of those sitting next to those just yawned, are also going to yawn and it goes on and on. Now, that’s what I call an epidemic.
Even now while I’m writing I’ve already yawned so many times that I’ve lost the count.
Now did you just yawn while reading this? Please drop by and share your wonderful experiences with yawning.