To The Reader

Dear Readers

I see you come from close and distant lands ,

From continents across the seas,

From places speaking different tongues

And viewing the world differently.

I trust you like some of these posts,

Others perhaps you care not for,

Some you may very much like,

And others may strike you as really bad.

This must be so ’cause though as human

We have much in common,

Each one of us is different,

Like fruits in an orchard or trees in the woods.

But whatever the case, I’ like so much

To hear from you a word or two,

Saying what you think of what you read,

Who you are and how you came to this,

And if you’d like me to write on a specific theme.

With best regards to Whoever and Wherever you are,

V. V. Raman

July 14, 2016


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Varadaraja V. Raman

Physicist, philosopher, explorer of ideas, bridge-builder, devotee of Modern Science and Enlightenment, respecter of whatever is good and noble in religious traditions as well as in secular humanism,versifier and humorist, public speaker, dreamer of inter-cultural,international,inter-religious peace.

Categories spurts of thought, Uncategorized1 Comment

One thought on “To The Reader”

  1. Dear V. V. Raman,
    All of your essays are thoughtful & fresh. You open your readers to a deeper perspective by combining your science insights with those of Indic wisdom: often clarifying both in the process.

    I look forward to your new thoughts on topics–and your usual surprising & delightful consideration of applying ideas from the past to current events. Your selection of topics is part of the charm of your postings.

    Your fan,
    Alan Taddiken

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