Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Knowledge and Wisdom

Here is a story send bymy  friend Latha. A proud city lawyer went duck hunting in rural North Cowra, Australia. He shot and dropped a bird, but it fell into a farmer's field on the other side of a fence.

               As the lawyer climbed over the fence, an elderly farmer drove up on his tractor and asked him what he was doing. The litigator responded, "You old brad, I shot a duck and it fell in this field, and now I'm going to retrieve it."
The old farmer replied, "This is my property, and you are not coming over here."
The indignant lawyer said, "I am one of the best trial lawyers in Australia and, if you don't let me get that duck, I'll sue you and take everything you own ,old fossil!"
Wait… wait. The old farmer smiled and said, "Apparently, you don't know how we settle disputes in North Cowra . We settle small disagreements like this with the 'Three Kick Rule.'
The lawyer asked, "A three kick rule! What is this 'Three Kick Rule'?"
The Farmer replied, "Well, because the dispute occurs on my land, I get to go first. I kick you three times and then you kick me three times and so on back and forth until someone gives up."
So simple!The lawyer quickly thought about the proposed contest and decided that he could easily take the old codger. He agreed to abide by the local custom and said OK. come on..
The old farmer slowly climbed down from the tractor and walked up to the attorney. His first kick planted the toe of his heavy steel-toed work boot into the lawyer's groin and dropped him to his knees!
His second kick to the midriff sent the lawyer's last meal gushing from his mouth. The lawyer was on all fours when the farmer's third kick to his rear end, sent him face-first into a fresh cow pie!!
Summoning every bit of his will and remaining strength …the lawyer very slowly managed to get to his feet. Wiping his face with the arm of his jacket, he roared, "Okay, okay, you bloody old fart. Now it's ..my tur..n."

The old farmer smiled and said, "Nah! I give up! You can have the duck!!"
When you are intelligent, you'll believe only half of what you hear.
When you're wise, you know which half. Friends Ponder over!!

Trainer Ajith kumar Chelote

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Faculty Development Programme- Mount Carmel TrainerAjith Kumar

Kuchupudi( aclassical dance form of Andhra Pradesh)Dance Mastro Aanam Lakshmana Rao(bottom to your  right)Reminiscentia

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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Mind over matter-Saakshi and Eenadu news report

(TOP from your right)K Kanna Reddy,Coach world team at Turkey and Malesia, secretary Andhra Pradesh Chess Association, Major Sivaprasad ASiAN escot Clombia,Presedent APCA and Chess Coach Usmania University,Trainer Ajith Kumar Chelote managing Director Mount CarmelSchool , P.Viswam Chaiman ,KITE & RajeevGandhi Group of Educational institutions,YD Rama Rao, EG Chairman District Olimpic Association.

(from your left)Y.Kayan,Secretary,EG Distict Chessassociation,Mrs Rama Devi.Principal Akshara School,Goli Apparo Chowdary,Muncipal VC,SLO,Trainer Ajith Kumar Chelote,K.Kanna Reddy,(bottam, to your right Second in back row)mr. Stya Gopal, SAAP Observer.with winners& National players.

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

On Parenting

Trainer Ajith Kumar on Parenting..Talugu novalist par-excellence and Film Director,Yedamuri Veerandranath(middle)

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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

What is contentment?

Friends ,here is a story send by one of  my “blogger” friends, Kripal Singh .An Indian industrialist (lala) asked his ‘Munshi’ (hindi word meaning Secretary)'how much wealth is left in his coffer ?And the Secretary replied that it is sufficient up to his 8th Generation ,but may not be enough for his 9th generation! The industrialist was greatly worried about it and remained in a sad mood there after.He was worried about his 9th Generation! One day he happened to meet a saint who asked him the reason for his sadness. The industrialist explained about his worry. The saint said that it is a small problem and he can overcome it by donating just 2 kg of flour to a poor family every day for a month .So the next evening the industrialist went to the nearby colony and knocked at the door of a poor family. An old woman appeared from the tattered hut. The Industrialist was happy to see the women in rags and offered to donate some flour (atta) to the family. The old woman called out her daughter and enquired how much flour is left in her house. The daughter replied that it is sufficient up to next night. Hearing this, the old woman asked the industrialist to come in the morning of the day after, as they have sufficient flour in the house up to the next night.

The industrialist started home sad and in deep thought. The contentment on the face of the old women troubled him further. On his way, it came to his mind that when the old woman is not worried of her lively hood for the day after morrow ,why should he be worried about his 9th generation!! His sadness vanished!!

Friends ,ponder over!

Trainer Ajith kumar Chelote

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Parenting beyond Caring- Trainer Ajith Kumar

(From top right to left) Palivela Veerababu Sarpanch,Anistti bulliabbai reddy,member of parliament Andhra Pradesh state legislative Assembly,and MPTS

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Monday, October 12, 2009

News papers Hail Junior Chamber Internation-India-Ajith Kumar

JCI -India-Zone conference 2009 at Srikakulam at Hotel Vijetha Inn
Mrs.K.ArunaKumari,Member of Indian Parliament( woman in Sari-standing),PraisesJCI..
(Up from middle to your leftside in front row) General legal Council Appaji, , ZVPSiva prasad ,    ZVP &Trainer Ajith Kumar.ZVP.Shankar and con director Munukoti.

(from your right to left, front row)Dr Murali ND Training ,Past Jc FoundationChairman Manohar,Past EVP Sen.KV.Rao,Mnicipal Chair person Mrs.Padmavathi,MLA Dharmana, GLC ,and ZP Mallesh , etc.are seen.Sri Dharmana Prasada Rao honarable minister for Revenue was held up due to Floods in Karnool.

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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Can faith really move mountains?!

                 My Granny told me a story when I was a child.Was it  Ramakrishaparamahasas?!!or Panchatantra??In olden days ,in some part of India ,hermits ( French Hermites, and Rushis in Sanskrit),who had great wealth of knowledge and sagacity lived. They were held in great respect by both the kings and the subjects. So, in some part of the southern India, a hermit lived in a quaint village, at the banks of river ‘Godavari’. He had learnt all the’ Vedas ‘(the spiritual treatise of the Hindus) and was held in great respect.

                    An uneducated, poor milk made lived on the other side of the river bank. In the wee hours ,she used to supply him cow’s milk, as it is an essential part of the Hindu rituals. Days and months went on like this. She never supplied milk late; not even a single day.
                              Seasons were changing, and it was the onset of ‘monsoon’ (a period of rain ;from the Arabic word ‘mawsim’) in India.The hermit was a bit worried one day, as it was late for his daily rituals, because of the milk maid’s late arrival!The following week the milk maid was late and the hermit was annoyed .So, he decided to find out the reason for her delay before reprimanding her .To an inquire, she replied that she is delayed at the river bank as the rover of the boat comes late now a days, and it is not her own fault. The hermit was convinced and did not scold her. He asked her with a quirky sense of humour, that why can’t she walk across the river and come on time.
                  From the next day on, somehow she was on time, and the hermit was happy. A month elapsed and she was not late even a single day! The hermit was curious and asked her how she managed the boat rower to bring her in time. She retorted that she doesn’t care for the boat rower any more as she is walking across the river as advised by the hermit! And she had full faith in his advice .The hermit was shocked to hear it. How could someone walk on water! His shock turned into anger as he thought she was mocking at him. He wanted to teach her a lesson. So he asked her to show him how she walked on the water! The milk maid walked on the water effortlessly and crossed the river. The hermit was astounded! He wanted to test the power of his own words .Slowly, hesitatingly he started walking on the water and lo, got drowned in the river!!
Friends, ponder over!

Trainer Ajith kumar Chelote

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Life is full of Choices

Did you ever see how people worship the deity in a temple? How they venerate the statue of God? What precious things they offer? Did you ever notice the “Dwarapalakas” (the statues roughly carved ,and placed at the temple gate as gate keepers -see the picture)at the temple gate?

So, one day, the Dwarapalaka in a temple, in India, was very upset. It was upset because, no pilgrim ever even offered it a flower. Whereas the deity inside was offered rich and precious things.

So ,the Dwarapalaka decided to clarify this from the statue of the God itself. He asked ,”My dear God, you and I belong to the same mountain. Infact we both are carved out of same rock. But why people venerate you so much and neglect me all the time? Is this what you call justice?”

God smiled and said, “Dear Dwarapalka, do you remember when we were the part of the same rock a few years ago?”Yes, of course”. the Dwaraplaka said. So you would also remember what the sculptor had asked us before he started carving us? He asked you and me that how may strokes we were willing to take from his chisel and hammer. And you said as few as possible. And I said as many as the sculptor pleases. So there you are as ugly as a gate keeper, uncared for, and here I am transformed in to a beautiful statue , venerated my millions! In either way it was our own choices and there is no meaning in complaining. God retorted.

So ,friends ,
 Life is full of choices;and every choice has it own consiquences!
Ponder over :How many strokes are you willing to take?

And that will determine who you are and what you aregoing to be!

Trainer Ajith kumar Chelote