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How to conquer one's foes?

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dear Mr. Pannvalan,

It will be a blessing to all of us if You enlarge the pages before posting them.

This will save each and every one of the readers the additional task of enlarging

them.

with warm regards,
V.R.
 
Dear sister,

For the benefit of those who need BIGGER FONTS.....

1. Left click on the thumbnail image.

2. Right click on the page displayed.

3. Left click on "open link in new window".

4. Left click again on the page displayed to get BIGGER FONTS.

Try it out!
Raji Ram
:director:
 
Smt. Raji Ram,

Thank you for the guidance. I was wondering how to open the page. Now I am able to read the printing clearly.

Regards,
Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.
 
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Respected Sir,

My sister had asked for bigger fonts and so I posted the reply in the thread, to help all our friends.

By the way, Sir, I am Raji Ram (not Ramani) :happy:

Regards,
Raji Ram
 
dear Mr. Brahmanyan,

I and my sister were Visalaskhi Raman and Raji Raman before we got married.

Now I have become Visalakshi Ramani and she has become Raji Ram.

Only very minor changes in our original maiden names!
:)

with warm regards,
V.R.
 
Respected Sir,

My sister had asked for bigger fonts and so I posted the reply in the thread, to help all our friends.

By the way, Sir, I am Raji Ram (not Ramani) :happy:

Regards,
Raji Ram

Dear Mrs. Raji Ram,

Thanks for pointing out the mistake, I have corrected the same accordingly. I am always careful while addressing others by name. But I think age is slowly overcoming my efficiency.
Best wishes,
Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.
 
dear Mr. Brahmanyan,

I and my sister were Visalaskhi Raman and Raji Raman before we got married.

Now I have become Visalakshi Ramani and she has become Raji Ram.

Only very minor changes in our original maiden names!
:)

with warm regards,
V.R.
Dear Mrs. Visalakshi Ramani,

That's a pleasant coincidence indeed. I know that "Only very minor change in the maiden names" is the result of the change of status in your lives. Names are very personal to one self, and we should be careful in addressing others by their names. That reminds me of myself getting older. I thank you for your kind understanding and clarification.

With warm regards,
Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.
 
After holding a bank account for nearly two decades, I came to know that my full name was written as Rajeswari Ravichandran, where as, I am married to Sri. Ramachandran.

The first letters 'Ra' and ending 'chandran' only were noticed correctly by the staff...

Same way, my sister is often addressed as Visalakshmi!

:juggle:
 
:focus:

எளிதாய்ப் பகையை வெல்லும் வழியை,

இனிதாய்ச் சொன்னார் கவிஞர் இங்கு!

அன்னையை வேண்டிச் சரணடைந்தால், :hail:

திண்ணமாய் அவள் நம்மைக் காப்பாள்!

வணக்கத்துடன்,
ராஜி ராம்

 
Dear Mr. Brahmanyan,

You said it right Sir!

Names are personal properties and should be kept right.
Age is catching up with everyone!
:clock:


The best way to keep our brain in good shape is to interact with equally interesting persons on the web - as we do in this Forum.

I really wonder how many of the spouses of our members here really read their posts and encourage them! Less than '0' percent?

'Familiarity breeds contempt' is best proved at home.

Just as 'Charity begins at home' is also proved :)

with warm regards,
V.R.
 
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Dear Mr. Brahmanyan,

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I really wonder how many of the spouses of our members here really read their posts and encourage them! Less than 0% ?

Familiarity breeds contempt is best proved in the home.

Just as Charity begins at home is also proved :)

with warm regards,
V.R.

We may not get encouragement from spouses but they give us freedom to sit with our PC!

Non interference is the best help!

Familiarity does not breed contempt in all the homes! For your information, please!

Raji Ram :yo:
 
Caring and sharing increases affection.
Contempt may breed only in exceptional cases, according to me! :grouphug:

Let us go back to topic....:typing:
 
:hail:அன்னையே ஜகதன்னையே

உன்னடிமையை காத்தருள்வாயே!

(ஹரிதாசர் கிருதியின் பல்லவி)
 
Love and Hatred are the two sides of the same coin.

Admiration and Contempt are also two sides of the same coin.

That is why when a person falls out of favor,

he becomes the deadliest enemy-

much more than the original enemies.
:wacko:
 
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