LOC for Native Bull


16237064_1582632488432673_369850341_nLet us think about the bull. For several years bulls weren’t seen as dangerous or harmful and how come they have become fricking terrifying animals all of sudden for ‘some’? If one had to agree to ‘some’, we’re terming the animal as murderers. By creating a war by ‘some’ has given rise to a feeling that they no longer had a place in our civilisation, hence they ought to be cleared (slaughtered?!). ‘Larger some’ has never feared or hated but always wanted to give a big hug.
Last few years that I have been really curious the way we think, feel and understand about animals. ‘Large some’ have started to realise and understand extinction of animals that was close to nature and nurtured by the man-kind. Human (‘Large some’) have sympathy because they see reflection in it. Perhaps this has to do with cultural dimension on feeling about the animals. As majority of ‘Large some’ is urbanising, the cultural dimension seemed to have buried deep down in making livelihood but not forgotten. ‘Large some’ were always wanted to empathise and show compassion to the animals that were close to their ancestors that meant no harm in real sense. They knew their culture is alive until a situation ‘some’ intervened and changed the image of the animal in ‘Large some’ minds.
The ‘Large some’ knew the delicacy of possible deaths or victims because of the sport but that in itself cannot be a conclusion because no sports come full proof! For that reason life itself doesn’t come with full proof. Neither those injuries or deaths out of sportsmanship have played a blame game. If ‘some’ are trying to put them/it in a back burner would be absolute flop in a voting country. It’s not just about power game but a time to help the ‘Large some’ compassion towards that is deep rooted otherwise will remain unsettling if ‘some’ don’t help in the survival of the animals they look up! The line that between ‘large some’ and ‘some’ might seem blurred but emotion matters.
Writer is the Author of She: Ekla Cholo Re ; BUGman and He Who Dreams

Conflict Management: Simulation Exercise


Lego (Building blocks) are one of the best and affordable tool to understand various business terminologies/ concepts. Students were introduced to ‘conflict’ that one faces because of three factors: lack of trust, too many questions; and lack of clear goal. These factors lead to a ‘Hidden Agenda’. When a conflict arises earlier or later two things are visible: Fear and Failure.

A simulation exercise was conducted to understand the principles behind ‘conflict’ and how one could relate & respond to it?

 

He Who Dreams with DG, DRDO


Author of ‘He Who Dreams’ with Former Director General (Aero), DRDO hwd

About the book: “Easiest thing man has learnt is to find faults and toughest thing is to appreciate” Biography of a common man, Mr. N. K. Chaudhary who has converted into a network of 40,000 artisans creating beautiful rugs on 7000 looms, spread across 600 villages of India. He is regarded as the Gandhi of the carpet industry. Inspiring story of Jaipur Rugs.
Little light from lantern
Little hope to light
Little gift from God
And the Story of a Common Man is born
 
Little faith from fate
Little drop of faith
Little faith built family
And the Story of a Common Man is born
 
Little in search of love
Little love from lovable
Little love built dreams
And the Story of a Common Man is born
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