Saturday, 10 May 2014

The Game Changer

Time cannot be paused. Knowing it is irreversible, we have invested them in battling for life. We also created a tomorrow overcoming the battle. Would we attain hearts-ease/serenity finally? No. Instead we would experience desperate state of mind counting the non-material loss incurred. But in our later age, we never regret to conceive that time had flown. Day after day, we doubt if we had lived our life to the fullest. It is all because the Time has driven us.

Now, Why have we missed to appreciate the painting of nature that is exhibited all around us? Why haven’t we awarded oneself for the betterment that incurred within? Why have we squandered the chance of understanding ourselves? Why have we taken to play a ‘stranger’ role among family? Time had been the game changer. It has been spinning us through ordeals of life, much before we realized we were into the battle. We had spent all our time to run behind the material needs that could satisfy the greedy mind.

In the midst of the hectic traffic that had cost all our energy, we missed to witness the first drop of rain that fell in the hand of a little girl. In all occasion times, we were engaged with updating wishes in the network. Did we take time to greet people with us? We were busy-working to escape some current state of affairs. Did we spare time to analyse and cherish our own growth? Haven’t we lost the spirit of life being goaded by time? Even when the spirit of life was lost, we still continued to battle.

We battled with ourselves. We fought with the inner soul within us. The purpose of seeking calm state of mind, after losing all possibilities of acquiring it, will always remain a magical mystery, not reached. Let us hold. Let us take a pause. Let us loan our time.

Let us loan our time like abundance can happen in one’s life. Let us appreciate the nature for being so systematic. Let us prosper understanding the inner soul within. Let us spend time enriching the relationship we are gifted with. What time did to us is huge, but what we could do with time is immense. Hereby the question of being carried away by time all through life fails.

Saturday, 1 February 2014

First maiden targeted for Corruption

The first maiden is set by the RBI to withdraw the circulation of currency notes printed prior to that of 2005 as an advancement to curb black money. RBI assures exchange of all the currencies printed prior 2005 for new notes.  A study revealed that huge number of corruption cases are enrolled before 2005 and are yet to be brought before the finance ministry. The control of its circulation is expected to act as an agent in preventing the flow of black money in India. However, the most corrupted parts would remain seclude from this ideology. It is also revealed that currencies signatured by former governors such as S Venkitaraman, C Rangarajan, Bimal Jalan continue to be in circulation till today.
The currencies printed decades ago continue to be in circulation. The stipulated period of time granted for the exchange of currency notes may head troublesome situation for the public even when it rewards healthy financial transactions from thereon. RBI Governor Raghuram recognised and vindicated the fright of common public addressing them that this it is not a matter of demonetisation to be apprehensive about.  This is considered to be the motive of RBI to vandalize corruption from existence. Intrinsic value of the paper doesn’t add any value for the note, only the number printed adds for the cost. Economists factorize money is just a matter of four functions; a medium, a measure, a standard and a store. The value of notes remains standard and cannot be demonetised like that of gold without BIS mark.  The factor of demonetisation need not indulge panic in the hearts of public.
The hardship of the initiation is from July 2014, all the transactions with the issuance of 10 pieces -Rs.500 or Rs.100 notes should be enclosed with the details of the customer. This will not only shake the privacy of individuals and also award time consuming criteria for getting into exchanges. The Financial Ministry had also suggested that the new notes must have better security measures.

The ministry’s suggestion of notes with security measures was addressed as ‘anti-poor’ move by the political parties. Common people would suffer a period of tedium with the move of curbing old notes conferred as curbing corruption by the RBI. Corruption will live with new ideologies charged on the public.