Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Que Sera, Sera,
Whatever will be, will be
The future's not ours, to see
Que Sera, Sera
What will be, will be.


Arunima said...

when I was just a little girl
I asked my mother what will I be?
will I be pretty, will I be rich
this is what she said to me

que sera sera... :-)

AmitL said...

What was this?An ode to swine flu?I hope not!!:)

Anonymous said...

In yesterday's post you mention a loss and today a note of acceptance in the things beyond our control.

Still for me, I always find a reason to fight. I do not accept loss. How does one hold these "scoundral med professionals" accountable? What can we do, to prevent what has been done. If nothing else. Fight for what could be. If not you, then who?

My friend Kedar, a handsome, young environmental engineer in India, fights to clean the rivers. It is a tough battle. The pollution of your rivers is not India's alone. Many of those rivers come from China, the pollution is only compounded by the time it reaches India's border. A few brave souls, they fight against the corporations and the corrupt government officials. Their courage, gives others hope.

You are strong. Given the right cause, I'm sure you could move mountains of apathy if you wanted too.


austere said...

arunima- now we HAVE to get along to sing some day. :)

Amit- nope. About life at this point in time.

Nimh- I will. Thanks for that energy jolt.

About this boy, the case papers are perfect.No way we can pick holes.

mark said...

agree with this, austere...the difficulty if truly incorporating it into one's thinking...

austere said...

Yes, it is.