Discussion in 'Finest Posts of IL' started by Cheeniya, Apr 1, 2021.
My dear Anna
My last nomination is @satchitananda's
What is the opposite of "Respect"?
Me too..was a thread which kept many hooked..Nominating the same
My dear Viji
Thanks a lot for your nominations of the current month.
Is It Normal To Hate Someone That Much? Response by @yellowmango
Yellowmango has given some sterling and practical solution to the problem faced by OP. Like for instance:
Working on one's self-esteem is the best remedy when one feels low. I love this!
How To Enjoy Retired Life? Response by @hrastro
Our member hrastro has become truly the brain-trust of the community. I read her posts given in response to various situations mentioned by the OPs and they are truly effective. Read this in the instant case:
You get my point?
Fav Things In Your World..what You Truly Desire.. Response by @nandinimithun
Nandini has come out 16 jolly-good items and the one I like most is this:
This reminds me of a popular tooth-paste advertisement in which guys and girls with sensitive teeth take a bite into an ice cream slab and their faces register genuine pain!
What Has Your Spouse Done That You Cherish The Most? Response by @lavani
Lavani's response to Laks brought a smile on my face. Especially this one point:
This comes as truly refreshing relationship!
Post Retirement Blues by @HariLakhera
I may sound repetitive but I must say Hariji has a way with his expressions. They are always precise, thought-provoking and contemplative. Take this one for example:
I am there already and I know it all!
The Danger Of Comparing Yourself With Others
Hariji has declared this as a Forward with some inputs from him. I enjoyed reading it!
What is the opposite of "Respect"? By @satchitananda
A typical Satchi rumination!
Wrong! My grandchildren, all in their twenties' address me in singular like nee, vaa, po etc. And I not only love it but enjoy it too! Isn't it a sign of great intimacy?
Thank you admin team
Thanks a lot for your six nominations. Can we have a look at them now?
Spark That Joy! by @Srama
Sabi! I normally do not feel jealous of anybody but if someone tells me that
I just grin and bear it as the fiery Sun of Chennai bathes me again and again in sweat. But my jealousy is soon replaced by never ending admiration for Sabi. And that quote from Marcus Aurelius!
Well, I am just speechless!
Fav Things In Your World..what You Truly Desire.. Response by @Thyagarajan
A new Thyagu I see here! He moves with consummate ease from the esoteric meeting with the creator to the romantic
"Hand in hand with spouse to stand on the shore at dawn & watch raising sun while there is a drizzle and behind in the sky a bright rainbow"
Wait, let me go through the list again
Do You Pay For Your Parents Tickets To Visit You? Response by @SunPa
A very balanced analysis. I loved this:
I was telling you how balanced this post is. Just read this:
But dont let the resentment build. Even if you get it your way, you dont want your husband to be grumpy/or treat your mum differently.
People In Books & Life by @Thyagarajan
This is a phenomenal post painstakingly woven with a lot of references from all over the net. Honestly it went beyond my head too!
People In Books & Life Response by @jayasala42
When two giants are engaged in literary sparring, we can only stand aside with open mouth! At least I did after reading jaya mamdam's response to Thyagu.
Knowledge is indeed like the sinking star beyond the utmost bounds of human thought!
What Is Your Biggest Ambition In Life? by @anika987
Anika is now on dreaming 'big'. Dreams are meant to be big, almost close to a fantasy. I am with Kalam here. Dreams that come when we are snoring at night is of no use. No matter if it is large or small. Dreams must really edge us on to action. Anika has indeed made me think here !
Thank you Rihana
Nominations by others
Does Karma Really Exist In Relationships? Post by @hrastro
How To Make Web Application That You Move Graphical Images Around, Etc Post by @Flyhigher
Thank you for your two nominations @SuiDhaaga
Both have come out with excellent suggestions in response to your post SuiDhaaga. I am sure they will be of immense benefit to you.
Thanks a lot, Vijima!