8 Thanks to madam sister for viewing the post from entirely a different angle seldom done by others. 2. Your jotting spoken direct from obstacles' mill that demonstrates or and establishes entirely a different view point. 3. I find I am in dilemma to whose views I should agree more or less! 4. Motivation need not be positive always. In certain areas people attain success from being negatively motivated! 5. While returning from college with couple of class mates, stood chatting at street corner about how many would get I class & how many would just manage to get through the degree exam. VASU said he can guess only cock-sure failures 'correctly' and listed Names that included mine. 6. Exams were in March-April. VASU made ABOVE statement of failure in mid Feb, '64. I felt sad for a while, but that was the moment I determined to secure not just pass but to pass with a class. 7. I proceeded from that spot straight to Triplicane Parathasarathy temple's tank Hanuman Mandir: prayed sincerely circumambulated 108 times ascending and descending 24 steps around deity : and my planned studies began - preparation for over 3 weeks daily commencing sharp at 1A.M. to 5A.M. 8. After degree final exams, I went with a class-mate to spend a week at his native village in Pattukottai. Few days went by. 9. A telegram received around 10a.m. few minutes after I listened to cine song from public loudspeaker "Olimayamana edirkalam en ullathilil therigiradhu... " with message reading "Congrats(.) You secured First Class(.) Letter follows. 9. My mind at that juncture with lids closed eyes welled up rushed to tank LORD HANUMAN in huge thanks. 10. Such was the power of negative motivation. Regards. God to devotee is neither positive or negative. HE REMAINS @ ORIGIN with blessings in abundance on a platter to all those work intelligently.