Obituary on Sri.KSK Nathan of Kalpathy
We are both excited to read your letter and see the excellent pictures. I envy all those who study there, for the wonderful and elegant environment, and would love to be a law student, once again, is only to be inside one of those majestic halls|
Keep going and enjoy every moment you spend there, and you carry always our good wishes and blessings. Keep in touch, and it is so refreshing for us., Affectionely, Thatha and Patti
Sat, 18 Oct 2008 06:35:22
Perisamma-an aide memoire!
Dear Radhika and Jayasree;
I saw Radhika's pencil sketch of Perisamma and must say that is absolutely realistic and inspired. It brings out the strong-willed woman in that Great lady. I have always admired her determination enveloped in mild mannerisms and total love. She lived a life of fulfilment and Radhika's effort is a fitting tribute to her greatness.
I think you should get it enlarged , print a few copies and send it across to VDY for framing. Congrats once again on a truthful and professional achievement!
Patti is in Cleveland and Sankar Mama's number is 440 446 1456.
Love to all of you, Appa
Mittwoch, 27. September 2006 15:23
From: kv narayanmurti [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Freitag, 18. April 2008 06:47
Subject: Re: Today's speech
Dear Mohan/ Lakshmi,
Congrats to both of you on your excellent performances. Keep up and go forward.
The secret of a good speech or a good presentation is the selection of one good thematic idea and developing it logically and without mincing words. Subsidiary ideas can be incorporated, that would enrich the main idea or message and take it forward. Also remember to pickle it with one or two appropriate quotations, jokes or short stories. These, of course, have to be carefully selected so as to interest the bulk of the audience, and without hurting anyone"s pride. Indian audiences like to hear one or the other of the puranic anesdotes and they don't also mind laughing at themselves. The best speech, normally does not exceed 15 to 20 minutes, followed by Questions and Answers, which is the most interesting part.
I have always followed the greatest speaker I have heard - Sir C.P.Ramaswamy Iyer, and mentally gone through in advance and rapidly, all that I would say, also be ready with my opening sentence. I thought I should share my thoughts on this topic.
Jayasree is gone back to VDY this
morning. Amma and I are well. I spoke to Usha and she
and Krishna are very well. Love to both of you and to Radhika from
both of us,
Lalita and Narayanmurti
From: Ulrich Bäumer
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 7:32 PM
To: mohan; mohan.
Subject: Today's speech – ICT Conference, Cologne
Thank you so much for finding the time and preparing the phenemonal Valedictory speech at the ICT Conference, today. It must have taken you a lot of time to prepare the speech. Everyone in the room noticed the tremendous message that was delivered. What a fantastic end of the conference. We were actually 25 minutes late coming out of lunch today (the Indian food was too good!). That was the reason why we were a bit behind schedule.
5 people emailed me already and wanted a copy of your speech. Can I ask you another favour: can you send the speech to me. There were so many interesting aspects and thoughts that I also want to read it again.
Mohan, the conference today went well and ended well because of your personal committment and contribution.
Thank you for that.
Attorney-at-Law (New York)