Tuesday, December 16, 2008

IT & Bhagwad Geetha

Arjun , Try to respect the e-mails of your elders .

But Vasudev, how dare I send junk mails to my honourable elders who are
logged on to honorable domains ?

Paarth, at this moment they neither are your friend nor your foes. They
are mere mail-users. So follow your Net-dharma. Logon and send dozens of
junk mails. This is your Karma and this alone is your Dharma.

Murari ! After seeing all this , I feel like resigning from Software
Industry itself .

Bandhu, it seems you are caught in a vicious circle of Maaya. In this
material world you have none and you are committed to none. Junk mails
have existed before you came to this world and shall remain long after
you are gone. Rise above this Maaya and perform your duty. Just keep
sending junk mails.

But Devaki Nandan...........!

Victory or failure is not in your hands. So stop pondering about
Don't waste your knowledge on the junk shastra bestowed by your Guru

Hey Keshav, how is junk mail related to the ' system ' ?

Junk mail is just junk mail. It has no connection with Hardware.
However, it
is another matter that it overloads the system... fills up the hard
disk....but you are not supposed to worry about it. Listen Kunti putra,
the way Aatma leaves one physical body and moves onto another,likewise
these junk mails move from system to system.

How can one define junk mail ?

Neither fire can burn it.., nor air can dry it... neither it can be
conquered nor it can be defeated. He who sends junk mails cannot be
looked down upon even by Mahadev... Junk mails are immortal.

Hey Narayan ! Now all my doubts on junk mail are crystal clear. Y ou have
opened my eyes Yashoda Nandan, or else I would have lost myself in Maaya
and read all the junk mails myself.

....... MAHAAABHAAAAARAT ...........

Years have passed since then, generations have come and gone, seasons
have cycled, technology advanced, but junk mails remain. So, go on,
contribute something to the history by hitting that forward button yet
again to send this junk mail to all !!!!!


Honesty may be the best policy, but it's important to remember that apparently, by elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy

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