The relationship between experience(for instance, that happiness is) and the inputs from such senses can be transformed.
Even it can be found that there is no relationship between them--and this is one of insights of Buddha.
Could these reddies wipe off tears swelling on the corners of many less-fortunate people?
It doesn't mean that a raj reddy or anji reddy can be criticized.
One can find happiness, which is not constrained by others: here, Indian traditions had spent their resources in transforming human experience, thus finding happiness which is not contingent on any you name it.
In fact, our experience is different from sense-data, which is the input from five senses.
At least 1 year of genuine experience needed, but with 6 years pl/sql and 8 years IT in your resume. Reddy Online.in] Vemana Caste In some areas, if you ask reddies, what is their caste, they say: kaapa. After all, many people in villages gloat about some reddy being a PM, a President. Can a person like Vemana qua enlightened can change the social structure in such a way that a perfect social security system can be built? Herein lies the salient difference between reddies of today and Vemana, whether the latter is reddy or not.-----------------------------------------------------Top most firing it companies in India Message List Reply | Forward Message #21672 of 36151 Re: Top most firing it companies in India People are not happy when they don't have any jobs.And these reddies may get an appointment from such a PM reddy, but hardly does the latter listen to their concerns. They are not even happy, even when they are with their dream companies; for there are other things nagging us: that your batch mate has become a manager, making more money than you do; that your buddy is with a company like google, having gotten a good amount of options; then there are parents complaing that their friend's son is making 0k pa in america while you are making Re 100K pm in India--and you can compound this list with whatever reasons you can give for your being unhappy.Appreciate Vemana for what he is: an enlightened man. In sum, and we all seems to concur, one's happiness is constrained by many things: fellow human beings, the companies, etc.In the case of India, we haven't had such a stable middle class; in US, such class has torn apart--thanks to outsourcing manufacturing jobs, or jobs that used to pay abt /hr to a guy with an assoc. Some 'ethical' guys bemoan the fact that many people fib in their resimes.The sales and marketing people of many tech companies are worse than an average second-hand-cars sales man.