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Friday, February 10, 2006

A Few Good Men

Vijay had forwarded this link via e-mail from The Hindu. Every day I read thousands of news items about murders, deaths, diseases and the innumerable travails of living. In the process of living, we learn how to die every single day..:( This link is a reminder to me that good people, intentions and actions are still alive and kicking in this world. It is also a reminder that there is something called selfless love.
This article shook me up this morning and unconsciously, I lifted my eyes in thanks towards the heavens..

Kurai Ondrum Illai Kannaa...
(I have no regrets, O Lord!)

18 comments:

kuttichuvaru said...

really moving!!!

Ganesh said...
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Prabu Karthik said...

i am speechless!

Ganesh said...

Subha thanks for posting about this.
Good to know we still have such noble souls amongst us.
God bless him, we need more Krishnans.

thennavan said...

My brother sent this to me a while back and I thought of posting it but when I saw the date on the article, I thought people may have already known about it and so hesitated. Good that you did today what I missed doing a couple of weeks back :-)

IBH said...

I am very moved by this....i tis not that u come across such person in your day to day life!

ofcourse,

kurai ondrum illa...

"kannuku theriyamal nirkindrai kanna..."
ana,

kannukku Theriyaamal ninraalum enakku
kurai ondrum illai marai moorthy kanna...

Vijay Ramamurthi said...

really moving article..
and an apt song.

Ram said...

Thanks for sharing this info with us, when i was in the process of reading the article tears filled my eyes, chance ae illa, this guy has the guts to do what we ordinary ppl cannot. Long live ppl like him.

Karthik said...

hey,
its really a good thing that u forwarded this. for the last few weeks for some unknown reason, the plight of people suffering for food has been bothering me and I have been feeling bad when I get to waste my food. all of us doesn't have to be Mr.Krishnan or Mr.Mani but we all should definitely do something to make their mission everlasting.

Hamsa said...

u are right..it is really inspiring..may God bless such people..

dinesh said...

VJ - Good job finding this !

Subha - Good job posting it in your blog. By virtue of your popularity, it's getting better advertisement and more money (Hopefully) !

virumandi said...

i was told by priya about this posting. thanks to vijay, and u for posting this!!!

Shree said...

subha
you have done a great job posting this!!

Shree said...
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Priya said...

Hey subha!
naan pesa ninaithathelleam nee ezhuthi vittayadi!!
sooper..
u are helping to help others!!

Saranya Kishore said...

wow! amazing.
It requires a lot from one to do that.. hats off!

first time here. Nice page! :)

Hellboy said...

God Bless him.

His act of kindness appears even greater to me when I realize that I could never be like him, ever.

uday said...

while browsing through, i just got ur blog...and after reading this article, "manithan endra varthaiku unmaiyaana arthathai purindhu kondaen"...