ONOSMODIUM-30


This particular homeopathic medicine has a great significance for me, for, this liberated my wife from a long drawn headache, that she suffered. Time was 1981, I was then working in ordnance factory Shahjahanpur, an unknown and unfamiliar place. For the first time I came out of my home state then and to make matters worse, my skill in any language other than my mother tongue–Bengali, was deplorably poor. Hindi, I did not know, which you cannot complain against because it is the national language; about English–speaking was difficult, even with tremendous difficulty, I could manage to speak some Benglish which was not enough for a comfortable communication for a gentleman, in a distant place from home  in a different culture.

In such a background, my wife was suffering from a long drawn headache, later on I came to know that in doctors’ vocabulary it as migraine. I took her to an allopathy-doctor, he prescribed for her eye testing, vitamins, and some others I do not remember now. Her eyes were tested, new specks were taken, medicines were swallowed. There was no improvement. I  then moved to  another doctor, then another, then another, then another…, but her headache did not improve. Net result was she continued to suffer. Every family man knows well that if anybody in the family falls sick, it is not he or she alone, rather whole family suffers– that too being away from home, outside the home state, for the first time, with poor command on the local language. I was actually direction-less.

I heard all my life in Kolkata, that  homeopathy, unlike, allopathy  treats  deseases by studying symptoms; operation or any other invasive methods are not required. I bought a homeopathic Meteria Medica, and started studying from cover to cover. Technical names of deseases, human organs, and many other terms and phenomenon, were not understandable to me, but at least I understood the physical and mental symptoms. On repeated studying the Meteria Medica, I understood that most of the symptoms  tallied with those mentioned under ONOSMODIUM. I understood this was my medicine. But then I had something more to do i.e deciding potency. I had no idea which to select among–30, 200, 1000, 1M……… I then asked a knowledgeable man explaining my position, as to what could be the potency to select, at this he advised me to start with 30 potency, and I did. As I did not have the required knowledge, whatever I heard from anybody, that was  OK .I bought a dram of ONOSMODIUM-30 in globules.

Next bout of migraine started, and applied the globules with a little bit trepidation,…lo!!! her migrain gone very very very quickly, in a matter of say 10 minutes. But then started doubting–it is me or something else. She was OK, but I was eager it comes to her again–yes, it came nearly 15 days after. This time, I allowed to grow her migraine, when it was extreme not anymore bearable, then I applied my homeo medicine–ONOSMODIUM 30,  this was my surprise for the second time. Pain is again gone. Now, I am sure I cured my wife’s migraine with homeopathic medicine onosmodium-30, which one after other doctor failed to cure. It was a great, great satisfaction for me, then I bought at least 15 homeo books. It is not my intention to give impression here that without systematic study you can replace a professional doctor, who have professional degrees. Please have respect for them.

MY POINT IS THAT WHEN YOU HAVE LOST HOPE BY TRYING ALL DOCTORS, IT MAY SOMETIMES HELP YOUR CURE, IF YOU HAVE SOME HOMEOPATHIC BOOKS AT YOUR HOME, FIRSTLY BECAUSE IT IS NOT INVASIVE, SECONDLY, LEARNT FROM HOMEOPATHIC DOCTORS THAT IT HAS NO SIDE EFFECT. THERE IS ONE MORE THING TO IT, IT IS A SYMPTOM BASED DIAGNOSIS, WHICH YOU KNOW BEST AS IT IS YOURS OWN,  DOCTOR DO NOT HAVE TIME TO LISTEN TO YOUR ALL PROBLEMS/SYMPTOMS.

 

 

 

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“DO YOU HAVE TWENTY BUCKS ?“


Last several days, during my walk, I usually  see a man sitting on a boulder, lying at the wayside. The man is stockily built, anglo Indian, with a white complexion and a dignified look. The path of my walk goes over the backwaters drawn in from the sea. The man continuously searches for something; from his looks it appears he wants to strike a conversation with me. I sensed that the man fixes his gaze at me from a distance. I walk up to him, then go past him and walk away to the island jetty without looking at him. I wait there at the edge of sea for some time  enjoying the nature and the beauty of the sea with nobody around except a few fishermen, in that quite hours.  On my return homeward, I usually do not see the man.

This morning, as usual, I was walking to the jetty. He was sitting on the same boulder with the same searching-look. Soon after, the man softly came up to me . There was a little conversation between us—

Man—where do you stay?

Me- Mariamnagar, where you stay?

Man—Amulnagar, what is your name?

Me—Bhanu chakraborti?

Man—Chu-ker-vertty?,

Me—No, it is chakraborti, elder brother of Mithun Chakraborty, the dancer film star…[ I usually say so when my conversation-partner cannot understand my surname. Soon, when his eyes lights up at the mention of familiar actor—Mithun Chakraborty, and his dance, I break the truth, and start my usual business]

Then I asked his name. He said he is Brian . He is 70 years old, retired from a job of private company, he is an anglo Indian, his father died long back, mother 98 staying in England. I became curious, and enquired about his very Indian accent of English. He was shocked, and floored. At  this , he energetically, started explaining me, giving airs, that he is an Englishman. He opined that Indians cannot speak correct English, and has a very bad pronunciation.  Further, India is not a good place to live in. At this point I started showing my disinterest, and make a move to home. He came slowly close to me, and made me listen to him–

Man— Chu-ker-vertty, do you have fifty rupees?

Me—( I was taken aback), why?

Man—I will give you back, tomorrow.

Me—Getting the question from a stranger, I kept silent.

Man [ insisted]—DO YOU HAVE TWENTY BUCKS???, I promise…I shall return you tomorrow.

Me—Looked coolly to the man, with a fixed attention.

Man [ continued]— I require it for Rickshaw fare.

He did not look anyway sick or tired. When conversation was going on, distance between us narrowed. I could smell the he was stinking strong of country liquor. I cut off the conversation at this point. I was on a morning walk, and had no money on me, I bade farewell to the man and returned home. On way back, a friend enquired– “how come you were talking to that man, beware!!! ”

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SIMPLICITY OF SUNDAR PICHAI


Google is the largest company in this world, and its top post is the CEO, and this post is occupied by Sundar Pichai, an Indian, and see his simple dress!!!! Compare this man’s dress with many of lesser men and women of our society—– gorgeously dressed, and what is more they proclaim their ‘ higher status’ by wearing gorgeous dresses, which dazzles our eye, and if they are women, they proclaim their thought of superiority by dazzling saris, and gold ornaments. This exhibitionism is not only ugly, it creates unwanted strains in the society. It is not only Pichai, I have seen from photographs, Indira Nooyee, CEO of Pepsico, also dresses simply.  Actually, when people have high learning, and brain power, they don’t need showy dresses, inside they are confident,  of their strength. On the contrary, people with lower intelligence, do need costly dresses, to impose their weight publicly. I have seen a great majority of top people dress simply, live life simply.

Sunder Pichai, did not have computer till he joined IIT; did not do air travel  till he made  his voyage for Stanford University for higher studies.  In sharp contrast, have you ever seen those among us who somehow manage to make an Air Travel , show off their status?? It is absolutely ridiculous. …. contrasted with natural expectation, neo-rich class is ugliest in this respect.

My message is, the mantra of becoming a great in this world, is first to become simple in your dress, food and manners. This behavior free your mind from any  encumbrances, and help you to target your aim single handedly . KEEP LOOKING AT THE PHOTO OF SUNDAR PICHAI, and internalise him. WILL OUR TEXT BOOKS TEACH THIS SIMPLICITY????………..people’s hypocrisy sickens me.

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Ratan Tata’s advice to school students—if I had it in time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


TataTata’s priceless advice to students, this will make them matured. To preserve this and make it handy to read out to my grand daughters periodically, I have published it here. Further, much of what appears in this blog anywhere, is meant also to teach my growing grand daughters on issues which I consider important and can educate. All  collected in one place. All these are what I believe &  my philosophy of life. What I have, I have; what I do not, I collect it from good and great people, and preserve here for posterity to use. Good luck!!!!!!!! & thanks.

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