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Vidhyashankar's Heart Speaks!

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Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Thankyou Moderator CA Dashrath Maheshwari for reposing trust in me and helping other students.

CA CS CIMA Prakash Somani (Landmark Group) (23477 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Definalty it is something for which can not resist without being say Gr88888888. The way you narreted the story are realy very nice. The way you are going is motivative to us. You seems to be a kinda person who has good typing skills and nice vocabulary.

in addition to wht you said i am also interested in knowing .....do you also read novels ???

I was always wanted to get as many degrees but some way or other i could not make it bcz lack of time or money. I did my CA Nov'07 and since then i am feelingn satisfied... just opposite to wht you said. I have little diff perspective in this matter. The reason is if yu are not satsfied you are nt enjoying and you know life is very short so you must take sometime for you to enjoy it. "Har pal yaha aaise jiyo jo he sama kal ho na ho...."

In addition to that there are lot of things which can only be done in a particular age. I am agreed tht if you want to pursuie your dreams you have to struggle but how far its good to struggle ??? i appreciate your reply.....

I also like the way you are responding to each memeber personally. Boom.

KAMAL SETHI (MBA (Finance)) (226 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

All said and done, I am really impressed with your response . You are a remarkable narrator with a brilliant grasp of the language.  Your writings makes for an interesting reading.

CMA KNVV Sri Vidya - Sri Kanth (C.A.Final (New) ICWAI FINAL (New))   (11254 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

After Listening to ur heart tears rolled out for the struggles u faced it

but yer ur confidence ur hardwork n the way u faced then is really remarkable

its really touching the heart ..

 

may i know ur name sir please 

Well i wish u a very good luck in ur future  

 

hats offffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff to you for ur degrees n  i should really thank u for being a member in Our CA CLUBINDIA family

 

 

THANKS A TON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Originally posted by :CA CS* Prakash Somani (A helping Hand)
" Definalty it is something for which can not resist without being say Gr88888888. The way you narreted the story are realy very nice. The way you are going is motivative to us. You seems to be a kinda person who has good typing skills and nice vocabulary.
in addition to wht you said i am also interested in knowing .....do you also read novels ???
I was always wanted to get as many degrees but some way or other i could not make it bcz lack of time or money. I did my CA Nov'07 and since then i am feelingn satisfied... just opposite to wht you said. I have little diff perspective in this matter. The reason is if yu are not satsfied you are nt enjoying and you know life is very short so you must take sometime for you to enjoy it. "Har pal yaha aaise jiyo jo he sama kal ho na ho...."
In addition to that there are lot of things which can only be done in a particular age. I am agreed tht if you want to pursuie your dreams you have to struggle but how far its good to struggle ??? i appreciate your reply.....
I also like the way you are responding to each memeber personally. Boom.
"


 

Haanji aapne sahi farmaya! Har pal jeeyo jo he sama kal ho na ho...Kal mein kaha hunga(kya mein hungaa?) kissi ko patha nahin,sirf khudha-e-parwardigaar ko pathaa hain.Lekin har waqt mera yeh koshish hain ki jeena kaa andaaz kuch alag ho, jeekar doosron ko kuch kehnaa chahthaa hum merajeevan se...ismein mein ban paayoongaa mujhe patha nahin lekin mera din bane gaa.

Yehaa aake arabi deshon ke dek-kar lagtha hain ki hamaraa watan ki vaasiyon aise accha kaam kar rahe hain, tho kyon naa hum hamare mulk mein hi accha kaam nakare? Kya kami hain hum mein? Sirf sochne ki aur jeene ki tareeque' badalnaa chahiye'.

Is Yatra mein bahuth saare Kitab pad chuka hun main.Bahut sare bhashayon seek chuka hun mein(8 deshi bhasheyen aur 4 videshi bhashaaye).Jho mein mera jeevan ke panne se lekar yeha daala woh bilkul chotta kissa hain, lekin ek ek aadmi ke zindagi mein bahut kuch hothaa hain...haalsa samjho tho haalsa...seekne ki kitaab samjho tho kitaab hi sahi!

Ab aaphi bathaayi yeh padke ki mein deshi hun yaa videshi?

 

Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Originally posted by :KAMAL SETHI
" All said and done, I am really impressed with your response . You are a remarkable narrator with a brilliant grasp of the language.  Your writings makes for an interesting reading. "


 

Thankyou my friend this is what I wanted.You have every right to suspect this "nut" and Im sorry if I have spoken emotionally anywhere to hurt you.

Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Originally posted by :Digitalfun
" VS, it would be good if you continue the good work you started in the name of your lost friend, we would be happy to read articles, knowledge regarding jobs, careers, student life etc, rather than you getting personal with other members of this forum, and trying to reply to each and every remark they pass on you.
I think sometimes its good to not to be defensive and take comments in a happy note, divert your energy for some creative article.
best regards,
DF
"


 

Yes, thats right but I dont reply to every other comment and if you look at my inbox, I have done injustice to many friends because I simply could not handle the volume.Most of the issues have been discussed and I find PMs with the same questions which I have ignored.

But certain important comments have been personally tackled, including this as I have some time to spare.Lately my plans here to enjoy in Gulf is getting affected by some circumstances of my uncle's professional work so Im browing the net,looking at my official emails in outlook and also keep this forum page in the tabs and now and then open it and am commenting....

I will heed your advice for sure....just that I can type really fast so lotof volume gets done in a short time....

 

julian (finance) (31 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Dear Vidhyashakar,

I am spell bound by your attitude and the manner in which you are putting your thoughts into words

Kodos

priyanka (student- ca final) (79 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Dear Friend,

Its been very difficult for girls to go through all this due to family restrictions like getting married during the course and not staying away from house for official work and so on.......

Still your views give a kind of confidence to go through it..............Thanks a lot

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Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Originally posted by :Digitalfun
" VS, it would be good if you continue the good work you started in the name of your lost friend, we would be happy to read articles, knowledge regarding jobs, careers, student life etc, rather than you getting personal with other members of this forum, and trying to reply to each and every remark they pass on you.
I think sometimes its good to not to be defensive and take comments in a happy note, divert your energy for some creative article.
best regards,
DF
"


 

Yes, true.But if you notice carefully, I use every opportunity even while replying to someone to educate and inform and not mere bashing on a personal level."My words are my message"(I might not be Gandhi to say "My life is my message").

Someof the queries if unattended to would frustrate my general purpose and objective of creating an awareness in students.As it is people slide down at the first failure,negative comment,etc and my silence then would be eloquent in accepting whatever the person says to be true! Especially when he or she has taken the pains to think and try to find faults in a picky fashion with my words.Creativity is also thus given shape by me in my replies to these members.

I cameoutin open about Anupam's PMs to me because it was becoming a nuisance.Normally I ignore them.I have better things to do.The advantage is, I type fast and think fast on my feet...this aids my replying fast, which I do as a part-time among my official work which I do(like checking my office emailsdespite being on vacation),checking other perosnal emails,replying to some,reading some article online,makingonline purchasesor talking on internet phone to some and the like....Hope you understand....But thankyou for supporting me.....

The Dude (Specialist- Finance) (303 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

 Well...motivation cannot get bigger...u r a real ambassador of CA profession...nothing can be achieved without struggles and you epitomise it better than anyone. I like your command over English language. Would like to know how did you get proficiency in it? I mean the vocabulary you use is awesome...any tips?

Aakansha (CA Final student(New Course))   (86 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Hats off to u man...

Vidhyashankar (CA) (1292 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

Originally posted by :Digitalfun
" Ok, VS.
 
Reading some of your comments, you come across as someone who has some reservations towards "Indians", "casts" and prejudices regarding the same. Yourself being one, I am sure you din't mean those things, but that is the way it comes acorss to readers of this forum.
 
People are very sensitive regarding such matters, Indians are progressive, open-minded, democratic in voice, yourself being an example. When you make such statements, you expose yourself for criticism.
 
You are not answerable to anyone here, If you have a clear consious, that would suffice. I guess your dedication in memory of your lost friend, will make him happy wherever he is. If you need any help regarding the same, don't hesitate.
 
Good work. Keep it up.
"


 

Thankyou for your offer of help, 'digitalfun'.I appreciate it.

There are certain issues which I do bring up which might touch a raw chord now and then but then I also immidiately then and there give a logical backup before anyone starts a vehement backlash.

The issue of caste can never really crop up,atleast for me because Im tecnhically speaking "caste-less"(being that of mixed religions).However, the upbringing does have an effect and it was my own personal life I mentioned and if not for the issues germane to my upbringing what else do I mention which will inspire students? Ultimately, everyone are sailing in their own boat whether the sails are tattered or fit as a fiddle!

Bringing up the topic of "Indian-ness" is a fait accompli issue.If we do not criticize ourselves constructively(not destructively), then we are living in a fool's paradise.Outsiders, especially China(which I fear more than any other country, who can subjugate any country easily) would then take advantage of our euphoria-situation.

Indians being progressive,open-minded and democratic is to be seen in a greater pool among all the Indians technically speaking from Kashmir to Kanyakumari from Gandhinagar to Itanagar and then we would know how far this statement is true.

Maybe my influence and stay here in USA has corrupted my "Desi-ness" a bit and I talk of utopian things or rant now and then but however, in these matters of caste,religion,etc Im quite sane-headed because as you say too much of talk would be construed as an offence by the readers.

If we had been those 3(Progressive,open-minded and democratic) as you say then we would not be beset with so many problems being faced by our country.Why our country? even our ICAI taking retrograde steps(is it progressive thinking or a democratic process involving student views or an open-minded decision?) regarding the issue of secondment itself shows that there are a lot of lacunae which needs filling and recitification in our own house before we talk about vast concepts like the polity of our country.

This being so, Im not being pessimist in any sense of the term(Do my writings betray such a stance?).Nor do I want you to be depressed in any manner and do embrace in joy the 3 concepts which you have enumerated supra.

However, I do not want to be an utopian optimist either.Practical optimism is the burning need of the hour, more than the chokeful of discussions we have here.And practical optimism involves an implementational aspect.Strategies and plans are ZERO without implementation.

I might not be answerable to anyone for I have not done anything wrong.Im answerable only to my conscience and I take that as the God in me and it is this God which types these lines, whether for good or for bad!

The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it

	-- Omar Khayyam

So Long, My friend....

 

Ankit Jain (Student) (506 Points)
Replied 17 June 2009

i dont know why but i respect u vidhyashankerji,

but this time i too feeling suspicious,  the fact of ur life seems a story....ii just feel tht...

i agree tht i might b wrong...but i found a little fairness in KAMAL SETHI's words...

moreover with ur so long narratives in almost all categories of FORUM,makes me under impression tht u have a lot of time,yet after having such long list of degrees..

As i said earlier i might b wrong and i will be happy to be wrong this time...

anyways thanks for encouraging us...nd keep doing so..


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 YOU ARE DOING A VERY GOOD AND UNSELFISH JOB FOR ALL OF US. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR GUIDANCE AND KEEP ON POSTING.... 


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