Dilemma – deep hurt again. – Jay’s Tantra remedy

I go back to the Bible gifted by a friend and Bhagvadgita for answers this time again.

Lamentations 1:9Passage: Her filthiness clung to her skirts; she did not consider her future. Her fall was astounding; there was none to comfort her. “Look, LORD, on my affliction, for the enemy has triumphed.”

yagyaarthaatkarmano anyatra loko ayam karmabandhanah |
tadartham karma kaunteya muktasangah samaachara ||

Arjuna, In this world all actions become causes of bondage, unless they are performed as an offering to God. Therefore, work for the sake of God, without personal attachments.



I’m Out! – A Didactic Cinquain by Jay

I’m Out! – A Didactic Cinquain

by Jay

I’m Out!
Spiffing, weirdo
Snapping, walloping shock, humungous banging
Such feelings of pain
Out Cold

The Mentor and the MonaLisa Rhyming Couplet Ideas -Ver 1.0 by Jay

The Mentor and the MonaLisa

Rhyming Couplet Ideas by Jay

See the snuffing of the Mentor,
I think he’s angry at the core.

He finds it hard to see the accidental,
Overshadowed by the brainy rental.

Who is that practicing near the coat?
I think she’d like to eat the goat.

She is but a cunning rani,
Admired as she sits upon a sirianni.

Her crazed Snake is just a Car,
It needs no gas, it runs on double Bar.

She’s not alone she brings a Helix,
a pet Frog, and lots of felix.

The Frog likes to chase a Monolith,
Especially one that’s in the rhinesmith.

The Mentor shudders at the sarcastic goat
He want to leave but she wants his coat.

See ver 2.0 on my blog https://csuitementor.blogspot.com/

Creativity/ Humor – Random sentences generated for the day – :)

  1. Is it free?
  2. How was the math test?
  3. Should we start class now, or should we wait for everyone to get here?
  4. Sometimes, all you need to do is completely make an ass of yourself and laugh it off to realise that life isn’t so bad after all.
  5. If the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy had babies would they take your teeth and leave chocolate for you?
  6. He turned in the research paper on Friday; otherwise, he would have not passed the class.

Random Acts of kindness

  1. Visit a friend who’s sick
  2. Save your family some time and buy their groceries
  3. Apologise to someone you may have hurt
  4. Be someone’s shoulder to cry on

Random Phrases generated today and my day predictions :)

Good I learnt in childhood to play Boxing ( Even have a Stitch mark as memory below my lips – given by a worthy opponent) but LIfe sometimes teaches us great lessons.

Roll With the Punches Meaning: To tolerate or endure through the unexpected mishappenings you may encounter from time to time.  Some were of course, my play and some of course happened or were stage managed by others. It happens. 

  1. Barking Up The Wrong Tree Meaning: To make a wrong assumption about something.  I don’t. I perceive, Do loud thinking and after thinking make Judgement calls never assumptions, presumptions of guess work. 
  2. Dropping Like Flies Meaning: To fall down ill or to die in large numbers.  Sad it happened in near family yesterday. 
  3. Down For The Count Meaning: Someone or something that looks to be defeated, or nearly so. Don’t know how this will happen or what hidden message is here. 
  4. Throw In the Towel Meaning: Giving up; to surrender.  I surrender to love or to God. As they say in Urdu couplet Kaho na Khuda ( God) se langar utha de  or Kaho Nakhuda Se (Human being) Langar utha de – Main bhi toofan ki zid dekhna chahata hoon !  
  5. Know the Ropes Meaning: Having a familiarity or understanding of how something works.  Process is so critical to know. At times this takes my longest time researching before mentoring or during. 
  6. Cut To The Chase Meaning: To get to the point, leaving out all of the unnecessary details.  It is a habit. It is called Occam’s Razor. 
  7. Needle In a Haystack Meaning: To keep going, pressing forward; never stopping.  I just registered for 3 new Udemy courses. Already done 14. Learning never ends. 
  8. Wild Goose Chase Meaning: Futilely pursuing something that will never be attainable. So finally, I gave up the chase. No more. 
  9. Not the Sharpest Tool in the Shed Meaning: Someone who isn’t witty or sharp, but rather, they are ignorant, unintelligent, or senseless. It is best to Ignore them. Ignoring is to kill. 
  10. Happy as a Clam Meaning: The state of being happy; feeling delighted. I am! Feels great to study new courses which bring new skills, knowledge and provide me new tools.

A friend sent a presentation of a new biz today. Wonderful implementation plan, business plan and hyperscalable model I like.

Via Nipun Mehta newsletter – Communication as Mutual Entrainment

Communication As Mutual Entrainment
by Ursula LeGuin

[Listen to Audio!]

Every act of communication is an act of tremendous courage in which we give ourselves over to two parallel possibilities: the possibility of planting into another mind a seed sprouted in ours and watching it blossom into a breathtaking flower of mutual understanding; and the possibility of being wholly misunderstood, reduced to a withering weed.

Candor and clarity go a long way in fertilizing the soil, but in the end there is always a degree of unpredictability in the climate of communication — even the warmest intention can be met with frost. Yet something impels us to hold these possibilities in both hands and go on surrendering to the beauty and terror of conversation, that ancient and abiding human gift. And the most magical thing, the most sacred thing, is that whichever the outcome, we end up having transformed one another in this vulnerable-making process of speaking and listening.

Live, face-to-face human communication is intersubjective. Intersubjectivity involves a great deal more than the machine-mediated type of stimulus-response currently called “interactive.” It is not stimulus-response at all, not a mechanical alternation of precoded sending and receiving. Intersubjectivity is mutual. It is a continuous interchange between two consciousnesses. Instead of an alternation of roles between box A and box B, between active subject and passive object, it is a continuous intersubjectivity that goes both ways all the time.

If you mount two clock pendulums side by side on the wall, they will gradually begin to swing together. They synchronize each other by picking up tiny vibrations they each transmit through the wall.
Any two things that oscillate at about the same interval, if they’re physically near each other, will gradually tend to lock in and pulse at exactly the same interval. Things are lazy. It takes less energy to pulse cooperatively than to pulse in opposition. Physicists call this beautiful, economical laziness mutual phase locking, or entrainment.

All living beings are oscillators. We vibrate. Amoeba or human, we pulse, move rhythmically, change rhythmically; we keep time. You can see it in the amoeba under the microscope, vibrating in frequencies on the atomic, the molecular, the subcellular, and the cellular levels. That constant, delicate, complex throbbing is the process of life itself made visible.

We, huge many-celled creatures, have to coordinate millions of different oscillation frequencies, and interactions among frequencies, in our bodies and our environment. Most of the coordination is effected by synchronizing the pulses, by getting the beats into a master rhythm, by entrainment.

Like the two pendulums, though through more complex processes, two people together can mutually phase-lock. Successful human relationship involves entrainment — getting in sync. If it doesn’t, the relationship is either uncomfortable or disastrous. […]

When you speak a word to a listener, the speaking is an act. And it is a mutual act: the listener’s listening enables the speaker’s speaking. It is a shared event, intersubjective: the listener and speaker entrain with each other. Both the amoebas are equally responsible, equally physically, immediately involved in sharing bits of themselves.

Mutual communication between speakers and listeners is a powerful act. The power of each speaker is amplified, augmented, by the entrainment of the listeners. The strength of a community is amplified, augmented by its mutual entrainment in speech.

This is why utterance is magic. Words do have power. Names have power. Words are events, they do things, change things. They transform both speaker and hearer; they feed energy back and forth and amplify it. They feed understanding or emotion back and forth and amplify it.

About the Author: Ursula Kroeber Le Guin was an American science-fiction novelist. Excerpt above from ‘The Magic of Real Human Conversation’.