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October 23, 2020

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Milan

Such a profound truth which most people overlook.

PV

Loved your reflection; totally agree. Your video is beautiful. Very well chosen images. Thanks for sharing.

Sharvary

Beautiful way to create memories. Thanks for sharing and including papas smiling face. Mummy loved it. Was nice to see kaki and you chatting and Milan achyut and many more.

DB

Thanks. Very nice video. Do you do the editing on your phone or desktop?

Long Timer

Anand,
While it is true, " The most beautiful things in life are the people and places and memories and pictures. They are feelings and moments and smiles and laughter.” Reliving these events make us feel good and we tend to overlook some of the more unmemorable places and memories, but I would submit it is some of these instances, when they occurred, did much to improve our character and our ability to cope. There is evil in the world, it is constantly working for fulfill its objective and we must not let our guard down for an instant for it will roll all over us.

I had a situation where we refused to ship to .........because they had not paid their bills. It was not a huge amount, still their refusal to pay (because of who they were) irritated me. Since we did not ship (we’re talking about a gallon of material), they could no QC machines (thoise multi-million dollar pieces for for ...... and others) and so they could no ship. Their VP ripped one of my salespeople on the phone for not shipping and then had the pleasure of speaking with me one day. He asked me who we had spoken with at ........and when given the name of their procurement person, his response was, “They are nothing!” It went downhill quickly after that and verbally, I ripped out his throat for the treatment of my saleswoman and informed his ...... was not .......and until he paid he was not going to get any material. They paid and I never had the pleasure of speaking with him again.

I don’t think I have ever spoken that harshly with anyone on the phone and afterwards, I felt great as I had met the devil, defended my people and we got paid. And hopefully that VP, who probably made 6X what I did, came away with a lesson that he should be a little bit more aware before he starts trampling people (his and mine) on the phone. Most days, I was paid to go down that road, take his kind of crap and just smile, but this was not one of those days. And to quote Robert Frost, “I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.

RBS

You have an amazing collection of pictures, videos and most importantly memory to recollect everything at the right time.
Love,
Rekha.

deep

so true Anand, Thank you for sharing

SJ

Very nicely written with meaningful insights

Looking Forward

This one is very well written and very important for people about to enter the workforce. :)

Sujat

Nice lively music. Quite a comprehensive compilation of memories, Anandkaka. You have surely cultivated a nice insight into making video collages. :))

humble warrior

love -----> "At the end of your life, you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a child, a friend or a parent.”

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