- This pandemic is now increasing its reach and bounds. Until lockdown, the numbers were very few here in Bangalore as compared to other cities. But, since unlock 1, the numbers are increasing and the picture is getting scary.
- The atmosphere is cool. Thanks to rain.
- Still reading Krishnayan. Wish to complete by this weekend.
- Have ordered Dhruv Bhatt's 'Na iti' after reading his 'Akoopar' sometime back.
- Initially I was apprehensive about Rivanshi staying whole day at home and that too for so many days. But my apprehensions were turned into surprise. Now it seems she's comfortable staying home and keeps herself busy. Thanks to Kiran as well for keeping her busy.
- We were thinking of sending her to play school this year, but now we have dropped the idea. As such, schools are yet to be opened - at least for more 1-2 months.
- Have started learning new technical stuff and most importantly revising the old stuff.
- And yes, have not been exercising since many days. Also, I've gained weight. Need to start again.
Assume that you're on the verge of dying. You've probably a few months to live. You're suffering from some notorious form of cancer wherein you've very less hope of surviving. And then you think that you've very less time for all the things you wanted to do, for all the things you wanted to say to your loved ones, to your children and to the world. How would you want your children to remember you? Of what you thought about them? Your feelings for them? A few days ago I read the book - The last lecture by Randy Pausch. Randy was a professor at Carnegie Melon University and the book and the lecture is about achieving your childhood dreams. But more than that, I found the book as a good resource on parenting. Here are a few points that I found worth sharing: 1. If I were a painter, I would have painted for them. If I were a musician, I would have composed music. But I am a lecturer. So I lectured. 2. Engineering isn’t about perfect solu