Welcome to … An Old Man – “Inside each person is great untapped potential to live, love, create and lead”.
Several years ago, my lovely daughter started calling me “Old Man” instead of Dad and I don’t know why, but I fell in love with it. Every day goes by and I love it more and more. An Old Man is still very much young at heart; very much passionate about life; and, indeed very much in love with love. An Old Man who sees himself as an ideal man — independent in his action, eager to follow his calling, and willing to take chances in life. He’s not rich nor is he famous. He’s not a genius nor is he well versed in world economics (politics). The old man’s most notable attribute, however, appears to be his unquenchable thirst for love – an emotion that makes the world go topsy-turvy. No matter how his body is beaten, his love remains undefeated – through all trials. No amount of pain or physical abuse can quench Old Man’s honor and pride, which remain invincible. An Old Man personifies color, honor, courage, endurance, and faith. He loves the following:
In life, one must realize that everyone you come across, has a significant role to play – whether it is short-lived or not, is decided by the nature of the “role”. It goes without saying that some will test you, some will use you, some will love you, some will abuse you and some will teach you. The underlying beauty of such an interaction is that the ones who are truly considerate, are the ones who will always bring out the best in you. It is these interactions that remind you why it’s worth it. We are without any limit, bound by our thoughts and feelings in life. There are infinite imaginative possibilities when we allow the freedom to go beyond our perceived limits. If we can dream it, we can build it. All it takes is a little bit of love. That’s all.
An Old Man’s slogan: Amor Vincit Omnia (Love conquers all).
An Old Man’s favorite quote:
Be proud. Be kind. Be smart. Be honest. Be original. Be sincere. Be gentle. And, above all, believe in a loving trusting soul. The totality of all these will last a lifetime and luck shall smile upon you, forever – AnOldMan (Sandeep N Tripathi)