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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom. Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017. Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY The more free we are, the more we are to restrain ourselves​ and see that our freedom does not infringe upon the right of others to enjoy the same Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself freedom is a will, an ardent desire to see others at par Freedom is the foundation upon which the superstructure of democracy is built freedom is that basic right which gives meaning and substance to all other rights fundamental to the development of man freedom is a right, the corresponding duty of which is to create that environment where each can live with equal dignity freedom is a state of mind where the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and see and interpret a situation as it is Freedom is not a license to do anything one likes is always subject to decency and morality, the law of the land, social norms and common good or else our unrestricted freedom will land us in a state of anarchy where it will be a war of each against all copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom.

Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017.

Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant

The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

The more free we are, the more
we are to restrain ourselves​ and see
that our freedom does not infringe upon
the right of others to enjoy the same

Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself
freedom is a will, an ardent desire
to see others at par

Freedom is the foundation upon which
the superstructure of democracy is built
freedom is that basic right which gives
meaning and substance to all other rights
fundamental to the development of man

freedom is a right, the corresponding duty
of which is to create that environment
where each can live with equal dignity

freedom is a state of mind where
the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and
see and interpret a situation as it is

Freedom is not a license to do
anything one likes is always subject
to decency and morality, the law of
the land, social norms and common good
or else our unrestricted freedom will
land us in a state of anarchy 
where it will be a war of 
each against all

copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discours

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"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil. The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 5th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-4 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life At its various stations Offers something Which is just unique and different Not to be found anywhere else Life with all its splendours To be lived and relished For once you miss something Will never come back again From early childhood To late old age From naughty looks of a child To the full bloom of youth From the agony of mid fifty To the apathy of late eighty Life has its own moments From cradle to the grave Life is a feast Never allow duty tension and anxiety To take the juice out of it Or else be sure You will make a total mess of it copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. 

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil. The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one

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If Shazam (DC comics) had a Hindu Patheon, what Gods would be there to provide similar powers and fulfill the acronym
S-H-A-Z-A-M?

How about a story instead of typical answer? :D

Let's make it DC comics proof :D

If I make a movie script out of this-

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation Dear Smruti Ranjaniji Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood never betrayed me once even stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee Non like you non can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you you have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection you have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity When there was no internet, no telivsion no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion You nourished me all along taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others I never fumbled on the way in the manner I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the door step but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be the way we were groomed in yester years with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others in the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion I will never let you die my friend! you are stil in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but 
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have  comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step 
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are stil in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into

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Okay, I am going to write something different here which is not about Greta Thunberg.

Sure, she is excited.



Sure, she is being used.

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom. Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017. Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY The more free we are, the more we are to restrain ourselves​ and see that our freedom does not infringe upon the right of others to enjoy the same Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself freedom is a will, an ardent desire to see others at par Freedom is the foundation upon which the superstructure of democracy is built freedom is that basic right which gives meaning and substance to all other rights fundamental to the development of man freedom is a right, the corresponding duty of which is to create that environment where each can live with equal dignity freedom is a state of mind where the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and see and interpret a situation as it is Freedom is not a license to do anything one likes is always subject to decency and morality, the law of the land, social norms and common good or else our unrestricted freedom will land us in a state of anarchy where it will be a war of each against all copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom.

Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017.

Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant

The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

The more free we are, the more
we are to restrain ourselves​ and see
that our freedom does not infringe upon
the right of others to enjoy the same

Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself
freedom is a will, an ardent desire
to see others at par

Freedom is the foundation upon which
the superstructure of democracy is built
freedom is that basic right which gives
meaning and substance to all other rights
fundamental to the development of man

freedom is a right, the corresponding duty
of which is to create that environment
where each can live with equal dignity

freedom is a state of mind where
the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and
see and interpret a situation as it is

Freedom is not a license to do
anything one likes is always subject
to decency and morality, the law of
the land, social norms and common good
or else our unrestricted freedom will
land us in a state of anarchy 
where it will be a war of 
each against all

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#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discours

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"Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil. The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 5th October 2017. A LOOK AT LIFE-4 BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Life At its various stations Offers something Which is just unique and different Not to be found anywhere else Life with all its splendours To be lived and relished For once you miss something Will never come back again From early childhood To late old age From naughty looks of a child To the full bloom of youth From the agony of mid fifty To the apathy of late eighty Life has its own moments From cradle to the grave Life is a feast Never allow duty tension and anxiety To take the juice out of it Or else be sure You will make a total mess of it copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015"

Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one way or other. Whatever, it is, life should be cherished to the hilt because when it is gone, it is the endgame, so whatever good things that we can do in this life, we have to do with atmost earnestness and consideration. From childhood to old age, life teaches us many things, in early childhood we are tinged with innocence, then in the adolescent period,we are prone to the nitty grittes of life culminating in antics of various hues and colours, in the middle age,we function as people of obligations and responsibilities and finally in the old age, we wait for the chariot of death to arrive with a sense of resignation. In fact from birth to death, life is a constant struggle and a pillar to post running but we need to enjoy life imbibing its essence and real spirit, otherwise, we shall regret about it at the end. If we are bogged down by the responsibilities and high pressured jobs in our lives, then the prime period of our lives pass by us without ourselves noticing it a bit. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. 

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil. The Head of the English Department Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 5th October 2017.

A LOOK AT LIFE-4
BY- SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Life
At its various stations
Offers something
Which is just unique and different
Not to be found anywhere else

Life with all its splendours
To be lived and relished
For once you miss something
Will never come back again

From early childhood
To late old age
From naughty looks of a child
To the full bloom of youth
From the agony of mid fifty
To the apathy of late eighty
Life has its own moments

From cradle to the grave
Life is a feast
Never allow duty tension and anxiety
To take the juice out of it
Or else be sure
You will make a total mess of it

copyright@smruti ranjan 5.6.2015

#Thanks and gratitude to Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, the eminent poet and literary critc for his fabulous critical appreciation of my poem 'A LOOK AT LIFE-4'. Thank you very much, sir, for your wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"A Look At Life -4"is a poem that looks at life from various strands, angles and dimensions. As we go through different phases of life, we come across different circumstances and situations which teach us about various aspects of life one

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If Shazam (DC comics) had a Hindu Patheon, what Gods would be there to provide similar powers and fulfill the acronym
S-H-A-Z-A-M?

How about a story instead of typical answer? :D

Let's make it DC comics proof :D

If I make a movie script out of this-

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation Dear Smruti Ranjaniji Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood never betrayed me once even stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee Non like you non can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you you have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection you have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity When there was no internet, no telivsion no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion You nourished me all along taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others I never fumbled on the way in the manner I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the door step but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be the way we were groomed in yester years with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others in the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion I will never let you die my friend! you are stil in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but 
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have  comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step 
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are stil in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into

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Okay, I am going to write something different here which is not about Greta Thunberg.

Sure, she is excited.



Sure, she is being used.

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