COMA – is a state of unconsciousness in which a person: cannot be awakened; fails to respond normally to painful stimuli, light, or sound; lacks a normal wake-sleep cycle; and does not initiate voluntary actions.
COMMA – According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word comma comes directly from the Greek komma (?????), which means something cut off or a short clause.
If i have to really define the above two words in a much more simplistic way then Coma is a situation which describe end of responsiveness and something without life, where as Comma is a condition used in a context where we are telling there is more to what we are referring to and its not an end.
When this is taken in a literal meaning what differentiates both is the letter “m”. When this gets related to human life – the “m” can be referenced to “me” (our-self). Its the m(e) which decides weather something has to cut short and end or something has to continue with importance on life. So one has to take a wise decision when shaping up his/her life weather they want the m(e) to play a significant role to continue with their life. So when you are stuck in life and are unable to make progress and get a feeling of dead log – give a second thought and importance to the m(e) and unwind-refresh-rejuvinate and give a second life to yourself.
Earlier in the day i received the below message as a forward for Deepavali wishes. I thought it was so apt and right – that i will share it with the fellow JTN readers.
Six things we traditionally do during Diwali, which if we do with understanding would make our Diwali spiritual and meaningful; 1. Cleaning of house – Let us also clean our mind of all the accumulated dirt 2. We buy/ bring in new things – let us acquire true knowledge 3. We eat sweets – let us share and sweeten other life, specially the under privileged 4. We light lamps- let us light lamp of knowledge and spread it 5. We do Laxmi Puja – let us pray for furtherance of our spiritual wealth 6. We burst crackers – let us burst our ego – noise less
With that note, i would like to wish everyone a very happy and a prosperous festival of light. Take this festival as a reason to spread more joy, smiles, colors and light into the life of the people near and dear to you. Hoping everyone is having a fantastic festivity at home.
Yes – sometimes in Bangalore when it rains it actually hails ! That was what happened even last night ( 24th April, ’15 ), round about 1800hrs strong winds took Bangalore by surprise and what followed next even bigger. Bangaloreans who were winding up the day and heading home after work were taken for a surprise with first of the season hailstorm in Bangalore and according to met department stats, some of these hailstones were as big as 1cm in diameter. Just because people didn’t wanted to miss this beautiful opportunity, some of them decided to play and other decided to capture this rare scene on their cameras. Below are some of the images that i came across on twitter this morning.
PS : Images credit are given to the corresponding person’s twitter handle in the caption of the images.
Just back from a brief but very relaxing and peaceful trip to Nepal. Hopped on btw Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara during the stay. Got to admit Nepal will end up as my second best/favorite place after Ladakh for all the things that it could offer. Have quite a few things to share about the cities & places that I visited. More on this in the later posts. Until then … hoping that everyone is having a good time with your near and dear ones.