All Ranks. One Pay.

I was sitting in the Tirupati Airport lounge waiting for my flight. Being an empathetic person, my heart melted when I saw a sweeper cleaning the lounge I was sitting. Then I felt that every Human works 8 hours per day with equal energy. I felt very bad that she is being paid lesser than the person who works only 2 hours out of 8 hours in an IT company. This made me propose All Ranks, One Pay because we all are equal before our Constitution. Then why not equal pay for all except for benefits varying based on the designation or role played by the Citizen. I agree if a District Collector gets more benefits like Car, Bungalow, Servant Maids, etc., but All Employees should get the same pay irrespective of the rank or work we do. This will get an economically flat world. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

The Future of The IT Industry: Software Plumbing.

Like how water flows through the pipelines in our daily water management system, the data will flow through the software pipelines being processed, modified, and enhanced using software plumbing. Here data is like water and software pipelines are connected using mediators like nuts and bolts at the connection. So, there will be no code programming using dashboards to manage the software pipelines starting from the source (input) to the destination (output). These dashboards follow the CRUD principle in managing the software pipes. The software vendors will be busy developing generic pipes for each use case.

My Deja Vu.

The year, 2022, started for me with a love affair with a school teacher from Odisha. I never thought I will fall in love again but it happened after 30 years of infatuation, which too failed in 1998. The school teacher with whom I fell in love made me go through several emotions in the month of February 2022 since we met each other on three consecutive days on the 12th, 13th, and 14th of February 2022. It was a very exciting experience to meet a girl after 12 years of celibacy. Strangely, I was out of this world as per Google Timeline for three days though I was consciously working for my favorite employer, Infosys then. My mobile was not switched off but seems I was down and traveled to another parallel Universe. Maybe my love for this strange lover bought me back to our Universe. I know you are waiting for the Deja Vu I mentioned in the title above. I will come to it in the next para. After lots of emotional trauma and my attachment to my lover made me leave Infosys' contract pos

Einstein: GOD never plays dice!

Let me jump directly into the topic. We, ordinary Humans, play dice to enjoy the uncertainty of the game. So, for us playing dice is random. When it comes to The GOD, it isn't and HE never plays dice. This quote from Einstein can be interpreted as GOD knowing Everything including The Future. Yes, if time is a cycle then definitely our destiny is decided by Him as good as the programmer decides the way an App behaves!

10 Surprising Health Benefits of Love

“I need somebody to love,” sang the Beatles, and they got it right. Love and health are intertwined in surprising ways. Humans are wired for connection, and the rewards are immense when we cultivate good relationships. But we’re not necessarily talking about spine-tingling romance. “There’s no evidence that the intense, passionate stage of a new romance is beneficial to health,” says Harry Reis, Ph.D., co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Human Relationships. "People who fall in love say it feels wonderful and agonizing at the same time.” All those ups and downs can be a source of stress. It takes a calmer, more stable form of love to yield clear health benefits. “There is very nice evidence that people who participate in satisfying, long-term relationships fare better on a whole variety of health measures,” Reis tells WebMD. Most of the research in this area centers on marriage, but Reis believes many of the perks extend to other close relationships -- for example, with a partner, p
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