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Look at the ceiling

They say one must take a moment or two to “look at the ceiling”. Well they did not ask us to gaze, but to visualize the possibilities; the maximum limits; the places where we’d like to be.

This is what I see when I look at the ceiling. Guess what it is? Stupid question, it’s a wind chime that does not sing.

From this view I see it as a shell with many shells; as a bunch of flowers; anti-gravity threads; a water fountain. What do you see?

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Ananda's career spans over 18 years of experience in Graphic Visualization and Designing for Multimedia Packages/ Web, Multimedia Courseware Development and Corporate Marketing. Ananda is known for integrity, high professional standards and sensitivity to deliver projects within the committed parameters. He is focused on work ethic and positive demeanor at the work place. Ananda is skilled in handling multiple projects and adept at end-to-end development, encompassing Visualization, Creation, and Development of the user experience. He has served as a Graphics Designer and Visualizer for CBT, WBT and web sites. Ananda believes in strong team orientation and ensures interdepartmental co-ordination to support organizational objectives. He has the ability to relate to people at any level of business and management. He possesses invaluable experience of working in multiple technologies across various domains. Ananda is a creative, conscientious and adaptable leader who develops strong working relationships and sets standards for employees.

2 thoughts on “Look at the ceiling

  1. Haha… My teacher once told me this while scolding me and I actually looked at the ceiling and I was searching for the clock since she specifically told me “time is gold”. I thought she was referring about the clock… XD

    1. Thanks for the comment Nica.
      I seem to have deleted the picture from Flickr and also can’t locate it on my PC 😦

      Yes, sometime we take the words literally and then get beaten for it 😀

      Best,
      Ananda

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