Quality of Life

By Sanjeev Singhai.

Ufff…. tired… Feeling this, I was half lying on comfortable sofa of American Express Lounge at beautiful T3 Terminal of Delhi Airport yesterday evening. And to get rid of full day tiredness, I was enjoying my favorite beer pint. This is when, I saw a gentleman walking in a black suit. He walked straight to a corner table, kept his handbag and headed towards the buffet table to grab something for his eating. After filling his plate he turned back towards his seat and This is when I noticed that he was 70+ years old Mr. __ __ __ (forget it, name is not important here). But yes what is important is that he was one of the top 10 industrialist/ businessman of India.

What made me to write this blog was not the person whom I saw, but what I noticed? I noticed that he was too hungry. It was obvious that the Gentleman never had a chance to have his lunch and he was desperately looking for something to grab. […]

Pleasure of Washing Car and Watering Plants

By Sanjeev Singhai.

Last week, I went on a day trip to home town and I am yet not been able to get over with the experience. Since I have shifted to metro city Mumbai, I have started forgetting the small town pleasures. This short trip made me realise that what a person, who lives in a metro, never get from their life?Pleasures like – washing your car with water pipe in the morning or watering the plants of your garden or picking your newspaper from door even if you get up at 5:30a.m. or you just knock on doors of friends and chat them for an hour or even going to Haat for buying fresh vegetable.Ahh… list is countless and I can keep on listing many more… […]