Technologist – By profession; Dreamer – By Desire; Seeker – By Destiny
Who am I? –Everyone grapples with this question from time to time. Hardly anyone finds the answers. But this question does form the basis of all human endeavors, small or grand.
I’ve done all kinds of interesting things without the fear of failure. The reason is my infallible belief that life isn’t defined by education or profession. It’s a thought process. It’s an accumulation of experiential patterns that can be used to get things done, critique and/or improve them. Irrespective of whether it’s technology, economics, or business.
Consequently I bring a lot of unbridled passion, eclectic experiences, and energy to the table. I enjoy jumping into new environments, new domains, and new initiatives with both feet. There’s just so much to learn, explore, and do. I loved to spend time figuring out the arcane, or identify patterns, or to create/build things. New concepts, theories, and paradigms in any stream mesmerize me, and I secretly wish to be a part of something grand and path-breaking. My interests (not necessarily in the same order) are:
- Mysteries & Puzzles
- Sociology & Anthropology
- Ancient history & Archaeology
- Fine arts & Literature
- Mathematics & Physics
- Architecture (not the software kind)
- Science Fiction
You will notice the undercurrent of these passions in everything that I do, the books that I read, the music that I listen, the places I like to visit.
While my work schedule saps me of time and energy, I still try to squeeze in time to be a parent to a 10 years old and a 4 years old (trust me it isn’t easy); attend to my parents (my inspiration); write a personal blog containing stories, observations, opinion pieces and articles; read, sketch, and paint.
It’s bitter. It’s Sweet. But yeah… life is good.