More Magazine asked me how I blow off steam?
Check out their slideshow on some unusual ways entrepreneurs regain their peace of mind.
Here was my response:
Recall a Positive Memory: I have several pictures that are captured in my mind’s-eye. How stunning the landscape looked from Mt. Dana Peak at 13,000 feet or how the clouds were just an arms’ reach away when I stood on Mt. Whitney Summit at 14,500 feet. I only have to close my eyes for just a tiny bit and transport myself to the sights, smell and sounds of sheer beauty–to a place where I felt very much alive and at peace. Then, I come back, re-energized and ready to take on the world.
How do you blow off steam?
Unless you are hiding in a cave somewhere, by now, you have been subjected to this.
Adi thinks this album is cool.
So, his robot has been getting a makeover the last couple of days in preparation for a “Why this Kolaveri di” recording.
Did you notice the robot’s headset, mike and wine glass?
Karthikai Deepam or Karthikai vilakkidu is a Hindu specially Tamils Festival of Lights. The festival is observed in most Hindu homes and every temple, and falls in the month of Kārttikai (mid-November to mid-December) as per Tamil calendar.
Maa Vilakku (Rice Flour Lamp) is made during special occasions such as aadi velli,purattasi sani, thai month, karthigai deepam etc.
Maa Vilakku is a special lamp made with freshly ground rice flour and jaggery kneaded together as a dough with a dent in the middle where we pour ghee, place the wick(thiri) and lit the lamp.
As I work thru a long list of things to get done after a wonderful Thanksgiving break.
Thank you Daddy for always keeping my cup always full with coffee or chai.
The simple pleasures of life. Don’t forget to notice them.
Diwali (or Deepavali, the “festival of lights”) is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) every year.