Shaku profile pictureWhether we seek it or not, voluntary or involuntary, we are always in the heart of change.  Searching for identity in a world with flattening borders and trying to stay one step ahead of that curve ball.

There is no one answer as to each a journey as unique as a fingerprint. What will never change is our need to be visible, in some way, as we own our personal journey in search of purpose and an underlying need to mark our time on earth.

Thank you for stopping by.

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  1. Just found your blog and am going to keep up with your writing Shaku…love to see people doing what they love and sharing it with others…hope all is well.

    1. Eugene, happy new year and thank you for leaving such a nice comment! Just made one resolution this year and that was to write regularly.
      Miss our LDP get togethers.

  2. I don’t like labels or even categories on my blogs either. I like your approach Shaku and it is much like mine on blogger and tumblr. Glad to see it. I do use tags but they are whatever you make them, like little signposts on your journey or breadcrumbs on the path back. Life is what happens when we’re busy making plans. – John Lennon. Happy blogging.

    1. Thanks for the feedback, Ryan. I make up tags for this blog 🙂
      Love it when folks leave a comment. You can start a conversation.

  3. Shaku, i find your blog serene ,obviously , one’s blog speak of one’s personality. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences.
    Btw, i am tempted to ask, Do you keep GOALS in your life ? It would be interesting to read your answer…


    1. Ruchi, thank you for taking the time to read and for the lovely comment.
      I love your question about goals…
      I do believe we need goals so we are not aimless in our wanderings but sometimes a rigid goal can take you on the highway leaving the scenic route unexplored.
      Will give this some more thought and maybe write a post on this soon.

  4. I was searching for IBM BPM’s stuff at Impact 2012.
    Then came to Imapact blog.
    Then opened your profile.
    Then opened your blog.
    Read some of it. Liked your writing.
    Then opened your “about me”.
    Now writing a comment it.
    You (and your write-ups) are awesome 🙂

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