Rahul Desai's Blog
The trick to the authentic blogging lies in the individuality. Originality is Individuality. It’s the individual view, opinion, or thought that is unseen, unheard of before. The author's opinion combined with facts about a topic makes an original and unique blog post.
I write because I need instant gratification. I want people to acknowledge my knowledge, my writing and my confined language skills. I strive for making an impact while I’m alive than hoping to leave a mark after I’m gone.
"Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world." Our take on the world, one destination at a time.
“Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.” Our view of the books we have read outside of dogs.
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On resuming the renovation of my website, I had a eureka moment. I realised I could write epics praising my self, however writing five-six aptly descriptive sentences was unattainable. Never before I had attempted describing my life in simpler words. Here is an attempt.
I am an Electronics Engineer, with Masters in Networking and Telecommunication Technologies. I prefer going by the title Banking & Financial Information Security Professional. However, deep inside I strive to become a teacher and a good one at that. While I get there, I like blogging in my free time (over securing the banking information, given a choice).
My life is all about my family and a small group of friends. My wife and I can proudly pronounce how we live a perfect life surrounded by the best of the human beings.
And then, one fine morning (precisely on September 22, 2005), one of my closest friends, Pritesh, decided to gift this most precious possession to me.
My website! I have continued experimenting with its content and appearance to reflect my personality ever since. I have recently migrated it to an advanced platform and also made a major transformation in its outlook.
My wife often pokes me why anybody should need a personal website - putting personal matters out in public and most usually, in an irreversible manner. The answer is simple - having a personal website is a fundamental virtue of the new-age narcissists.
New blog posts are right around. Keep checking this space!
Why Do I Write?
Because I need instant gratification. I want people to acknowledge my knowledge, my writing and my confined language skills. I strive for making an impact while I’m alive than hoping to leave a mark after I’m gone. Like Robin Sharma said in Who Will Cry When You Die?, 'If your life is worth thinking about, it is worth writing about.'