अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना
सत्य, अहिंसा खोए अब तो खेल हुआ गुंडाना।
आज विदेशी कंपनियों का है भारत में ज़ोर
देशी चीज़ें अपनाने का करोगे कब तक शोर
गली-गली में मिल जाएँगे लुच्चे, गुंडे, चोर
थाने जाते-जाते बापू हो जाओगे बोर
भ्रष्टाचारी नेताओं को पड़ेगा पटियाना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
डी.टी.सी. की बस में धक्का कब तक खाओगे
बिजली वालों से भी कैसे जान बजाओगे
अस्पताल में जाकर दवा कभी न पाओगे
लाठी लेकर चले तो 'टाडा' में फँस जाओगे
खुजली हो जाएगी जमुना जी में नहीं नहाना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
स्विस बैंकों में खाता होना बहुत ज़रूरी है
गुंडों से भी नाता होना बहुत ज़रूरी है
घोटालों के बिना देश में मान न पाओगे
राष्ट्रपिता क्या, एम.एल.ए. भी ना बन पाओगे
'रघुपति राघव' छोड़ पड़ेगा 'ईलू ईलू' गाना
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
खादी इतनी महँगी है तुम पहन न पाओगे
इतनी महंगाई में कैसे घर बनवाओगे
डिग्री चाहे जितनी हों पर काम न पाओगे
बेकारी से, लाचारी से तुम घबराओगे
भैंस के आगे पड़े तुम्हें भी शायद बीन बजाना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
संसद में भी घुसना अब तो नहीं रहा आसान
लालकिले जाओगे तो हो जाएगा अपमान
ऊँची-ऊँची कुर्सी पर भी बैठे हैं बैईमान
नहीं रहा जैसा छोड़ा था तुमने हिंदुस्तान
राजघाट के माली भी मारेंगे तुमको ताना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
होंठ पे सिगरेट, पेट में दारू हो तो आ जाओ
तन आवारा, मन बाज़ारू हो तो आ जाओ
आदर्शों को टाँग सको तो खूंटी पर टाँगो
लेकर हाथ कटोरा कर्जा गोरों से माँगो
टिकट अगर मिल जाए तो तुम भी चुनाव लड़ जाना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना।
अगर दोस्ती करनी हो तो दाउद से करना
मंदिर- मस्जिद के झगड़े में कभी नहीं पड़ना
आरक्षण की, संरक्षण की नीति न अपनाना
चंदे के फंदे को अपने गले न लटकाना
कहीं माधुरी दीक्षित पर तुम भी न फ़िदा हो जाना।
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना, मत आना, मत आना।
-- डॉ. सुनील जोगी
Thursday, October 02, 2008
अब देश में गांधी, मत आना मत आना, मत आना
Monday, July 28, 2008
Once an unhappy young man came to an old master and told he was very sad and asked for a solution. The old Master instructed the unhappy young man to put a handful of salt in a glass of water and then to drink it.
"How does it taste?" the Master asked. "Awful," spat the apprentice.
The Master chuckled and then asked the young man to take another handful of salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby lake and when the apprentice swirled his handful of salt into the lake, the old man said, "Now drink from the lake."
As the water dripped down the young man's chin, the Master asked, "How does it taste?" "Good!" remarked the apprentice.
"Do you taste the salt?" asked the Master. "No," said the young man. The Master sat beside this troubled young man, took his hands, and said,
"The pain of life is pure salt; no more, no less. The amount of pain in life remains the same, exactly the same. But the amount we taste the 'pain' depends on the container we put it into. So when you are in pain, the only thing you can do is to enlarge your sense of things..... Stop being a glass. Become a LAKE!
Saturday, July 26, 2008
The 'last lecture' professor Randy Pausch died yesterday. The dying man who taught us all how to live in his famous last lecture, was recognized within computer science for his research on the way that humans interacted with computers. His talk "Really achieving your childhood dreams" will continue to inspire many of us. Pausch had described the talk in words as touching as they were sad. "I'm attempting to put myself in a bottle that will one day wash up on the beach for my children," he said.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Let us stop complaining about the system. Let us be part of this wonderful initiative by TOI. Come India, Join Hands. Lets Teach India !
To volunteer, log onto http://www.teach.timesofindia.com and fill in the form online Or SMS TEACH to 58888 for details
Friday, July 18, 2008
Any frequent visitor to this blog might have realised that I have cut down a lot on my posts about Google..Yes, I have. Deliberately. But saw this image while browsing and could not resist myself from posting. Have a look. Now, that is what you call a good design! Isn't it?
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
मुद्दामच हि post मराठीत लिहितोय..त्याला कारणही थोडं तसंच आहे! काल सुरेश भटांची ही कविता वाचण्यात आली. थोडंसं google केल्यावर हे लक्षात आलं कि पं.हृदयनाथ मंगेशकर यांनी संगीतबद्ध केलेलं आणि आशा भोसले यांनी गायलेलं असं आहे हे गाणे ! त्याचे बोल हे असे आहेत -
तरुण आहे रात्र अजुनी राजसा निजलास का रे?
एवढ्यातच त्या कुशीवर तू असा वळलास का रे?
अजुनही विझल्या न गगनी तारकांच्या दीपमाला;
अजुन मी विझले कुठे रे? हाय ! तू विझलास का रे?
सांग, ह्या कोजागिरीच्या चांदण्याला काय सांगू ?
उमलते अंगांग माझे... आणि तू मिटलास का रे?
बघ तुला पुसतोच आहे पश्चिमेचा गार वारा
रातराणीच्या फुलांचा गंध तू लुटलास का रे?
उसळती हुदयात माझ्या अमृताच्या धुंद लाटा
तू किनाऱ्यासारखा पण कोरडा उरलास का रे?
ओठ अजुनी बंद का रे? श्वास ही मधुमंद का रे?
बोल, शेजेच्या फुलांवर तू असा रुसलास का रे?
गीत - सुरेश भट
संगीत - पं. हृदयनाथ मंगेशकर
स्वर - आशा भोसले
राग - बागेश्री (नादवेध)
आता सुरुवातीला जेव्हा वाचलं आणि ऐकलं तेव्हा वाटलं कि भटांच्या काही इतर गाण्यांप्रमाणेच प्रणयाने उत्कट भरलेलं असं आहे हे गाणे! पण नंतर या गाण्याबद्दलचा एक किस्सा वाचण्यात आला आणि या गाण्याचा पूर्ण अर्थच बदलून गेला. तो किस्सा असा -
आशा भोसले यांनी स्वरबद्ध केलेलं हे स्वर्गिय गीत आज आपल्याला सुखावते, पण पहिल्यांदा त्या हे गाणे गायला तयार नव्हत्या. कारण त्या काळी अशी प्रणयाने उत्कट भरलेले गाणे गाणं फ़ारसे चांगले मानले जात नसे!
त्यावर सुरेश भट म्हणाले,"बरं मग या कवितेचा खरा अर्थ तुम्हाला सांगावा लागेल. ही कविता फ़ार फ़ार दुख्खी आहे. कारण मी ही कविता माझ्या ऐन तारुण्यात विधवा झालेल्या वहिनीसाठी लिहिली आहे! माझा मित्र यु्द्धात मारला गेला, त्याचे नुकतेच लग्न झाले होते. वहिनीच्या हातावरची मेहंदी सुद्धा फ़िक्कट झाली नसेल आणि तिचे कुंकु पुसलं गेलं!"
अर्थातच हे ऐकुन आशाताई लगेच गायला तयार झाल्या...
मी हे वाचलं आणि नकळत डोळ्यात पाणी तराळलं! पुन्हा एकदा हि कविता नीट वाचली आणि खरा अर्थ कळला. मनाला भिडला! खरच..किती great होते नाही सुरेश भट ?..
Few Links -
Original Song Sung by Ashaji - Here
Sung by Anuradha Marathe in Nakshatranche Dene - Video
My favourite version Sung by Savani Ravindra - Here
Had gone to see "Jaane Tu..Ya Jaane Na" on last weekend with few friends...I liked the movie, loved first part. Though I thought second half was a bit slow n really 'filmy'! I liked 2 things the most in this one - First u might have guessed, Yes. Its Music! Yet another facet of A R Rehman genius! Honestly, when i listened to the album i did not like more than 2 songs and felt that's all it is about it! But I guess that is the beauty of ARR music...His music just builds on you the more and more you listen to it. And when you listen to it in the movie, it gives a whole new experience!
Second thing is the acting of Prateik Babbar! Well, now for those who have not heard this name before, He is the son of Raj Babbar and Late Smita Patil! Yes, He is Smita Patil's Son! He plays the role of Genelia's brother in this film - Amit that is ! It wasnt a huge role, But I think he left a HUGE impact! Funny lines like "tera ghar tere bums.. jaha baithna hai baith"..he says it so dryly n nonchalantly.. yet it was screamingly funny.. hats off Pratiek ! Keep up the good work! Smitaji would have been really proud to have seen you on screen!
Tuesday, July 08, 2008
I was feeling a bit down and out today, only until I came across this wonderful inspirational site. It really cheered me up. The complete site is moving and inspiring! I am sharing it in spirit of life ! I recommend all to have a look. In case you guys know of such more inspirational sites, please do find some time to share it here! Cheers Life !!
Thought for the day:
"Work like you don't need money,
Love like you've never been hurt,
And dance like no one's watching."
Monday, July 07, 2008
Inaugural Speech for the new batch at the Symbiosis BBA program 2008, Pune.. U can have a look at the original post on CB's blog here. I am pasting the same speech here.
Keep the Spark
Inaugural Speech for the new batch at the Symbiosis BBA program 2008
© Chetan Bhagat
Good Morning everyone and thank you for giving me this chance to speak to you. This day is about you. You, who have come to this college, leaving the comfort of your homes (or in some cases discomfort), to become something in your life. I am sure you are excited. There are few days in human life when one is truly elated. The first day in college is one of them. When you were getting ready today, you felt a tingling in your stomach. What would the auditorium be like, what would the teachers be like, who are my new classmates - there is so much to be curious about. I call this excitement, the spark within you that makes you feel truly alive today. Today I am going to talk about keeping the spark shining. Or to put it another way, how to be happy most, if not all the time.
Where do these sparks start? I think we are born with them. My 3-year old twin boys have a million sparks. A little Spiderman toy is can make them jump on the bed. They get thrills from creaky swings in the park. A story from daddy gets them excited. They do a daily countdown for birthday party – several months in advance – just for the day they will cut their own birthday cake.
I see students like you, and I still see some sparks. But when I see older people, the spark is difficult to find. That means as we age, the spark fades. People whose spark has faded too much are dull, dejected, aimless and bitter. Remember Kareena in the first half of Jab We Met vs the second half? That is what happens when the spark is lost. So how to save the spark?
Imagine the spark to be a lamp’s flame. The first aspect is nurturing - to give your spark the fuel, continuously. The second is to guard against storms.
To nurture, always have goals. It is human nature to strive, improve and achieve full potential. In fact, that is success. It is what is possible for you. It isn’t any external measure - a certain cost to company pay package, a particular car or house.
Most of us are from middle class families. To us, having material landmarks is success and rightly so. When you have grown up where money constraints force everyday choices, financial freedom is a big achievement.
But it isn’t the purpose of life. If that was the case, Mr Ambani would not show up for work. Shah Rukh Khan would stay at home and not dance anymore. Steve Jobs won’t be working hard to make a better iPhone, as he sold Pixar for billions of dollars already. Why do they do it? What makes them come to work everyday?
They do it because it makes them happy. They do it because it makes them feel alive. Just getting better from current levels feels good. If you study hard, you can improve your rank. If you make an effort to interact with people, you will do better in interviews. If you practice, your cricket will get better. You may also know that you cannot become Tendulkar, yet. But you can get to the next level. Striving for that next level is important.
Nature designed with a random set of genes and circumstances in which we were born. To be happy, we have to accept it and make the most of nature’s design. Are you? Goals will help you do that.
I must add, don’t just have career or academic goals. Set goals to give you a balanced, successful life. I use the word balanced before successful. Balanced means ensuring your health, relationships, mental peace are all in good order.
There is no point of getting a promotion on the day of your breakup. There is no fun in driving a car if your back hurts. Shopping is not enjoyable if your mind is full of tensions.
You must have read some quotes - Life is a tough race, it is a marathon or whatever. No, from what I have seen so far, life is one of those races in nursery school. Where you have to run with a marble in a spoon kept in your mouth. If the marble falls, there is no point coming first. Same with life, where health and relationships are the marble. Your striving is only worth it if there is harmony in your life. Else, you may achieve the success, but this spark, this feeling of being excited and alive, will start to die.
One last thing about nurturing the spark - don’t take life seriously. One of my yoga teachers used to make students laugh during classes. One student asked him if these jokes would take away something from the yoga practice. The teacher said - don’t be serious, be sincere. This quote has defined my work ever since. Whether its my writing, my job, my relationships or any of my goals. I get thousands of opinions on my writing everyday. There is heaps of praise, there is intense criticism. If I take it all seriously, how will I write? Or rather, how will I live? Life is not to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We are like a pre-paid card with limited validity. If we are lucky, we may last another 50 years. And 50 years is just 2,500 weekends. Do we really need to get so worked up? It’s ok, bunk a few classes, goof up a few interviews, fall in love. We are people, not programmed devices.
I’ve told you three things - reasonable goals, balance and not taking it too seriously that will nurture the spark. However, there are four storms in life that will threaten to completely put out the flame. These must be guarded against. These are disappointment, frustration, unfairness and loneliness of purpose.
Disappointment will come when your effort does not give you the expected return. If things don’t go as planned or if you face failure. Failure is extremely difficult to handle, but those that do come out stronger. What did this failure teach me? is the question you will need to ask. You will feel miserable. You will want to quit, like I wanted to when nine publishers rejected my first book. Some IITians kill themselves over low grades – how silly is that? But that is how much failure can hurt you.
But it’s life. If challenges could always be overcome, they would cease to be a challenge. And remember - if you are failing at something, that means you are at your limit or potential. And that’s where you want to be.
Disappointment’s cousin is frustration, the second storm. Have you ever been frustrated? It happens when things are stuck. This is especially relevant in India. From traffic jams to getting that job you deserve, sometimes things take so long that you don’t know if you chose the right goal. After books, I set the goal of writing for Bollywood, as I thought they needed writers. I am called extremely lucky, but it took me five years to get close to a release.
Frustration saps excitement, and turns your initial energy into something negative, making you a bitter person. How did I deal with it? A realistic assessment of the time involved – movies take a long time to make even though they are watched quickly, seeking a certain enjoyment in the process rather than the end result – at least I was learning how to write scripts , having a side plan – I had my third book to write and even something as simple as pleasurable distractions in your life - friends, food, travel can help you overcome it. Remember, nothing is to be taken seriously. Frustration is a sign somewhere, you took it too seriously.
Unfairness - this is hardest to deal with, but unfortunately that is how our country works. People with connections, rich dads, beautiful faces, pedigree find it easier to make it – not just in Bollywood, but everywhere. And sometimes it is just plain luck. There are so few opportunities in India, so many stars need to be aligned for you to make it happen. Merit and hard work is not always linked to achievement in the short term, but the long term correlation is high, and ultimately things do work out. But realize, there will be some people luckier than you.
In fact, to have an opportunity to go to college and understand this speech in English means you are pretty darn lucky by Indian standards. Let’s be grateful for what we have and get the strength to accept what we don’t. I have so much love from my readers that other writers cannot even imagine it. However, I don’t get literary praise. It’s ok. I don’t look like Aishwarya Rai, but I have two boys who I think are more beautiful than her. It’s ok. Don’t let unfairness kill your spark.
Finally, the last point that can kill your spark is isolation. As you grow older you will realize you are unique. When you are little, all kids want Ice cream and Spiderman. As you grow older to college, you still are a lot like your friends. But ten years later and you realize you are unique. What you want, what you believe in, what makes you feel, may be different from even the people closest to you. This can create conflict as your goals may not match with others. . And you may drop some of them. Basketball captains in college invariably stop playing basketball by the time they have their second child. They give up something that meant so much to them. They do it for their family. But in doing that, the spark dies. Never, ever make that compromise. Love yourself first, and then others.
There you go. I’ve told you the four thunderstorms - disappointment, frustration, unfairness and isolation. You cannot avoid them, as like the monsoon they will come into your life at regular intervals. You just need to keep the raincoat handy to not let the spark die.
I welcome you again to the most wonderful years of your life. If someone gave me the choice to go back in time, I will surely choose college. But I also hope that ten years later as well, you eyes will shine the same way as they do today. That you will Keep the Spark alive, not only through college, but through the next 2,500 weekends. And I hope not just you, but my whole country will keep that spark alive, as we really need it now more than any moment in history. And there is something cool about saying - I come from the land of a billion sparks.
Wowwww ! I think, I just witnessed the greatest final in the history of tennis. The 2008 Wimbledon championship final between Roger Federer and Rafal Nadal was certainly the best tennis match i have seen till now. I have been watching tennis for the last 8-10 years or so, But what i saw today was something extraordinary and really really special!
Tough luck Roger! But nothing to take away from Nadal... He deserved to win this match than anybody else! Having won the first two sets relatively easily, I had thought that the match would get over pretty much earlier than it actually did! Kudos to Roger for that! The way he fought back with the tie-break wins in third and fourth set was amazing! Roger is a magician. The fourth set tie-break was breathtaking! To top all the drama, the deciding set was a treat to the eye. Both players managing to hold on to their service with some amazing display of tennis, it had to go to 9-7. That says it all!!! All in all, the tennis of the highest quality and in my opinion the greatest final ever. What say folks ?
Sunday, July 06, 2008
Check out this flash video - http://www.neticons.net/music_life/
# “In music, one doesn’t make the end of the composition the point of the composition.”
# We are motivated by the carrots of grades and success. Elementary > Grade School > High School > College > Grad School > Job
# When you “get” success at 40, it’s a let-down. A hoax.
# We think of life as a journey with a destination (success, heaven). But we missed the point. It was a musical thing, we were supposed to sing and dance while music was being played.
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Arguably the best businessman of our century, Bill Gates, retired from the day-to-today operations of the company he co-founded - Microsoft. Over a span of 33 years, this man has transformed an era. He has been 'The Hero' for millions of people worldwide !
When I look at his career overall, The way he built his whole empire, the chances that he took, the various battle that he played with the industry giants of that time such as IBM...It is just so mesmerizing and inspiring! I know, many people would say that Bill Gates was very lucky in a way to get to a position that he is today. I agree. Yes, Luck has played a very vital role in his initial career. But the important thing is He knows that! He knows he was lucky enough at the start of Microsoft. If we look at the industry scenario at the start of 1970s, PC wasn't a big market at that time. But Bill(along with few others like Steve Jobs) had a vision that PC is going to be THE market in the future. As Steve Jobs mentioned at the historic D5 meet, "Bill was the first person at that time who knew, it was Software that was going to be the next big thing" !
I would like to mention the history for the laymen about how Microsoft emerged as THE big company. During the late 70s, IBM was the Industry giant and they were mainly into the mainframes. But with the emergence of companies like Apple, Xerox, Digital Research etc in the PC market, IBM decided to capture this market as well! So they decided to make IBM PC. The way IBM worked, It would take at least 3 years for a new product to be launched. But with the rapid demand for the PCs... IBM decided to make an assembled PC in order to launch its PC within a year. So they decided to buy various parts from various vendors and assembled them. The only chip that was IBM's in that PC was ROM-BIOS, a chip that maintains what all parts are connected and how all are connected and how they would work together. They wanted OS for this machines. Now at that time, CP/M was the widely used OS, created by Gary Kildall of Digital Research Inc. IBM's discussion with Gary went poorly, so IBM turned their head to Bill Gates.(What a waste of opportunity Gary!) Now comes the interesting part! Microsoft was not into OS at that point of time. They didn't have their own OS. But, there was an OS similar to CP/M(In fact, a copy of CP/M literally) created by Tim Patterson called QDOS(Quick and Dirty OS !) Bill Gates bought it ! Microsoft delivered it to IBM as PC-DOS. Gates insisted that IBM let Microsoft keep the copyright on the operating system, because he believed that other hardware vendors would clone IBM's system (Wow, What a masterpiece of vision !)They did(thanks to the reverse engineering!), and the sales of MS-DOS made Microsoft a major player in the industry.
So it was just a share of luck that Bill needed and he just cashed onto that! The triumph was so huge that IBM had to fall down(due to their bad management mostly) and Microsoft emerged as the software giant in 80s and 90s and Bill Gates as the Sultan of the Software! He was good enough to notice the importance of GUI when he
started making Windows @ Microsoft. Though, It is mostly copied from Macintosh !(Mind you, The original GUI was a creation of Xerox PARC which Steve Jobs saw. and hence Macintosh itself is not original!)
He faced a lot of criticism and allegations about trying to create a monopoly in the business. The antitrust lawsuit that was filed against Microsoft, was I think one of the saddest phases in Gates's career. Gates is a kind of person who wants to win all the time, for him Winning is really really important. Later on, he started philanthropic work. Though Software still remains his first love, he has stepped down to devote full time for society and his philanthropy. I wish him all the best with his future and he will remain a HERO for many geeks worldwide, at least me!
I am giving some links really useful and one must have a look at them, trust me!
Bill Gates and Steve Jobs Together - Historic discussion at D5
The Bill Gates story - aired on the Biography Channel
Triumph of the Nerds
The Pirates of the silicon valley
Fortune - Slideshow of Some rare photos
Thursday, June 26, 2008
[Source - An e-mail forwarded by a friend!]
It is when you stop going along with the crowd and start realizing that there are many things about yourself that you didn't know and may not like. You start feeling insecure and wonder where you will be in a year or two, but then get scared because you barely know where you are now.
You start realizing that people are selfish and that, maybe, those friends that you thought you were so close to aren't exactly the greatest people you have ever met, and the people you have lost touch with are some of the most important ones. What you don't recognize is that they are realizing that too, and aren't really cold, catty, mean or insincere, but that they are as confused as you.
You look at your job... and it is not even close to what you thought you would be doing, or maybe you are looking for a job and realizing that you are going to have to start at the bottom and that scares you.
Your opinions have gotten stronger. You see what others are doing and find yourself judging more than usual because suddenly you realize that you have certain boundaries in your life and are constantly adding things to your list of what is acceptable and what isn't. One minute, you are insecure and then the next, secure.
You laugh and cry with the greatest force of your life. You feel alone and scared and confused. Suddenly, change is the enemy and you try and cling on to the past with dear life, but soon realize that the past is drifting further and further away, and there is nothing to do but stay where you are or move forward.
You get your heart broken and wonder how someone you loved could do such damage to you. Or you lie in bed and wonder why you can't meet anyone decent enough that you want to get to know better. Or maybe you love someone but love someone else too and cannot figure out why you're doing this because you know that you aren't a bad person. One night stands and random hook ups start to look cheap. Getting wasted and acting like an idiot starts to look pathetic. You go through the same emotions and questions over and over, and talk with your friends about the same topics because you cannot seem to make a decision. You worry about loans, money, the future and making a life for yourself... and while winning the race would be great, right now you'd just like to be a contender!
What you may not realize is that every one reading this relates to it.
We are in our best of times and our worst of times, trying as hard as we can to figure this whole thing out. Send this to your twenty-something friends... maybe it will help someone feel like they aren't alone in their state of confusion...
We call it the 'Quarter-life Crisis.'
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Received this via an e-mail... :)
A Jobless man applied for the position of 'office boy' at Microsoft.The HR manager interviewed him then watched him cleaning the floor as a test.
'You are employed' he said. Give me your e-mail address and I'll send you the application to fill in, as well as date when you may start.
The man replied 'But I don't have a computer, neither an email'.
'I'm sorry', said the HR manager. If you don't have an email, that means you do not exist. And who doesn't exist, cannot have the job.'
The man left with no hope at all. He didn't know what to do, with only $10 in his pocket. He then decided to go to the supermarket and buy a 10Kg tomato crate. He then sold the tomatoes in a door to door round. In less than two hours,he succeeded to double his capital. He repeated the operation three times,and returned home with $60.
The man realized that he can survive by this way, and started to go everyday earlier, and return late. Thus, his money doubled or tripled everyday.
Shortly, he bought a cart, then a truck, and then he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles.
5 years later, the man is one of the biggest food retailers in the US ...
He started to plan his family's future, and decided to have a life insurance.
He called an insurance broker, and chose a protection plan. When the conversation was concluded the broker asked him his email.
The man replied,'I don't have an email.'
The broker answered curiously, 'You don't have an email, and yet have succeeded to build an empire. Can you imagine what you could have been if you had an e mail?!!' The man thought for a while and replied,
'Yes, I'd be an office boy at Microsoft!'