Saturday, October 17, 2009


Inbamum Suvichamum Pirakka,
Vaalhvil Nanmaiyum Valamum Varum
Intha Theeba Thirunaalil,
Mugatthil Oliyum,
Manathil Inbamum,
Vaalhkaiyil Vetriyum, Selvamum,
Kadavul Thunaiyum Unggalai Serum...
Vaasamikka Malargalai Kondu,
Paasamikka Ithayanggalai Parimaari Kolvom.
Enthan Ullam Kanitha
Iniya “Deepavali” Nal Vaalhthukkal

May the light has brighten our path and make successful in all our endeavours.
Wishing a heartful Happy Deepavali to all the Contributors & Followers of "Sinthanai Thuligal".

Saturday, September 5, 2009

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Am i Human?

Hi friends, for a long time i've been thinking of a matter. Everyday we hear lots of things about something bad happens to someone at a corner of the world. And automatically we feel something in our heart. Sometime we feel very sad. Sometime we feel relieved. Its normal if we feel that a guy who did something bad, finally faces something bad also.

But what does actually we feel when something bad happen to someone who is good, innocent, especially when that such person is a small child. Is it just a expression of us towards another human as we also a human being? Or is it more than that?

Does this feelings is blended together with our racial, religious mind? or just basic humanity only.??? I wonder what is it actually.

Lately i heard a guy named "Kovai" Ramesh, died in a tragic accident. I never met him directly. I just know him through a Popular TV show, Asatha Povathu Yaaru. Yet i did feel so bad, till i can't close my eye to get my sleep. So did this feelings had emerged within me just because he is a fellow human being, or is it a expression of humanity within me but based on religion & race? So is my humanity feelings, react in the proper way? Did i do something wrong in relating my humanity feelings based on my religion and race?

What actually happened to my feelings when the people in Palestine were bombed by Israel? Why didn't I feel so bad when my fellow Malaysians had expressed their worries and sadness over this matter.

So at that moment i didn't have my humanity? Or have i turn out being "something" else when Israel attacked brutally on poor Palestine peoples? So whats wrong with me?

When i had discussed this matter with a few of my friends, they also expressed their feelings in the same way. So it is a natural phenomena. But why? Why Race & Religion wins over the the Humanity feelings? Am being just a racist over the matter of humanity? Or its is normal? Anyway, i really hope that i will be a human first before being a Tamilan or Hindu. Oh god, let me become a good human. Hope he will give the strength of mind in becoming the basic human.

With Regards,
Sathish Sarma.S

Tuesday, May 26, 2009



சிந்திக்க சில வரிகள்

சவப்பெட்டி அழுகிறது,
இறந்தது மனிதன் தானே...,
என்னை ஏன் புதைக்கிறீர்கள் என்று...?

சிவப்பு மனிதனுக்கும் நிழல் கருப்புதான்,
கருப்பு மனிதனுக்கும் இரத்தம் சிவப்புதான்....,
வண்ணங்களில் இல்லை வாழ்க்கை,
எண்ணங்களில் உள்ளது வாழ்க்கை....!

கண்களில் இடம் பிடித்த அனைத்தும்,
இதயத்தில் இடம் பிடிப்பது இல்லை.....!
இதயத்தில் இடம் பிடிக்கும் அனைத்தும்,
கண்களில் தென்படுவதில்லை....!

"கருவரையை" விட்டு கீழே இறங்கி....
"கல்லறைக்கு" செல்லும் தூரம்தான்...

மற்றவர்கள் சென்ற பாதையில் நீங்களும் செல்லாதீர்கள்...
உங்களின் பாத சுவடுகள் தெரியாமல் போய்விடும்......

கடைசி வரைக்கும் கஷ்ட்ட படாமால் இருக்க "ஒரு வழி....",
"இன்று முதல் கஷ்ட்டப்படு...."

இறைவன் படைத்த உலகில் மனிதன் வாழ்கிறான்....!
மனிதன் வடித்த சிலையில் இறைவன் வாழ்கிறான்....!!!!

Thursday, April 30, 2009

For Thinking

A little girl and her father were crossing a flimsy bridge. The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter, "Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don't fall into the river." The little girl said, "No, Dad. You hold my hand." "What's the difference?" asked the puzzled father. "There's a big difference," replied the little girl. "If I hold your hand and something happens to me, chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens, you will never let my hand go."
In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind , age, caste or creed but in its bond. So hold the hand of the person whom you love rather than expecting them to hold urs..