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The Inimitable Idioms


Individualistic  implementations  are liberated form of behaviour.

The procedural behaviour, is different, is distinct, is  not a workable solution.

Certain characteristics of leaders , their mannerisms, their applications are followed by their coteries, unobtrusively and undesirably.

John .F. Kennedy had an amorous smile, and had an affable  personality.His approach won over the masses, and his speech held the audience spellbound.

Jawaharlal Nehru, was a Prince among leaders. He had a pleasant countenance and an impressive atonement,that endeared him to all strata of society.

Winston Churchill, though bearish in appearance , had a foresight and willpower that kept him above all. He was prolific writer, a keen statesman , historian and artist.

Abdul Kalam, the former President of India , with very ordinary looks  had a knack  with the multitude. He is an inspiration to the young minds. He is a personification of humility. His character is beautiful as his heart is righteous.

The inimitable qualities of these leaders ,made them stand above the crowd, and  made them conquer millions . They inspire feelings of wonder and excitement.

“The dream is not to own a crown. It is to be a king.”

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State Bank Of India -The Lion and The Mouse.


The lion and the mouse, is a  short allegorical narrative  by Aesop.

State Bank of India  is a lion in stature., but  with the smallest heart.It has grown enormously, but the stimulus is negative.It talks much and does little. It boasts of being genuine, but in terms it is pretentious. It expresses affability,but it practises animosity. It reveals that it goes by principles, but  in shadow it  breaks all norms.

Its balance sheet propounds  details  of companies that have not repaid their loans. They amount to billions. The accounts of these companies propel  enormous irregularities. The  sanction of loans had been effectively  prompted. The repayment schedule has been purposefully adjusted. The aberration in settlement of dues have been cleverly camouflaged. These propositions have been voluntarily facilitated , as they belong to the elite, who are  running the bank and the finance ministry , in defacto.

Meanwhile, an entrepreneur, of modest means and sincere records, fails in his procedure of payment, the officials catch hold of his collar, prod and incite his equanimity,and render him  pshycologically irrelevant.

The broken man ,  after great struggle,makes the payment as called for.

The Bank’s hunger is not appeased, it wants more. The officials , once again start their merciless drive.This time,they  intend to kill him both physically and morally

The entrepreneur rises up  and seeks legal remedy.

There is a saying in Tamil.

“sadhu mirandal kadu kolladhu”, meaning,”if a genial person is provoked , the entire forest will be set ablaze”

Like the mouse, this man  is sure to come out of the entanglement , by using his prudence and goodwill.

The Lion, here metaphorically ,the great Stae Bank ,will be entrapped by its so called VIP constituents . It has  to be  pulled  out from the maze  by the  genuine entrepreneur.

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Physical interpretation Of emotion


A dissertation of emotions , brought to focus the involvement of physical organs in depicting  various behaviours.

Emotions are feelings. They are what drive us and what drives us astray.

Emotions affect moods, moods overpower judgement, judgement changes decisions.

Physiological postures give us a cue of the intensity and impact of the feelings.

A lowered head is a sign of submission.

Down cast eyes reflect defeat.

Deep sunk eyes reveal sadness.

Squinting eyes lead to evaluation.

Staring means aggressive action.

Blinking shows mediocracy.

Winking makes you look witty.

Nosy points out to inquisitiveness.

Red cheeks display anger.

Cheeky discloses impudence.

Mouthy professes excessive talkativeness.

Pouting the lips allege displeasure.

Pulling a long face expose disappointment.

Biting the teeth expresses rage.

These are but a few classical portrayals of emotions  as reflected by the sensory organs.