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The German Ethics and Indian Temptation

Had a talk with my sister "Miku", shed called me from Germany where she is doing her PHD. Something I really got to know from her on the German People, Culture and the environment. She told me that the recession does make a great Impact there, with most of the shopping malls and general stores are attracting Consumers with even 75% of rebate, but still there were no Buyers for the Products, as people doesn't have that much to spend, most of the situation in Job Market there is also Grim. Apart from that she shared the daily routines and the German food, which I think she does like the taste. In India we use to be very much social in sharing , like if we have some fruit trees in our garden or flowers, the normal passer by of the neighbourhood does buzz with the activities of grabbing the fruits at there own available times and liberties without even asking the owner, even that's true to myself also as I do tender to behave like that only.... Its common in India and no one feels its otherwise. But in Germany People use to ted of may be pretend do be more systematic, with decency and status maintain features which avoids such incidents. She told me that how she was wondered when she found roses out of everywhere with bright colors and no one to be serious on them, Fruits like cherry all over the University and most of the walkable places and yet no one seems to be tempted on them for a mouth full of cherry ...:).

Well that's what makes the western Countries more sophisticated and unnatural. Again she does make my intuition alive to learn or know more about the German Culture in whole , obviously when I have Time.

Also Watched the Zeitgeist- Documentary for the second time and was really Don't Miss it Documentary. I must say that this deserve the golden Globe .

Song : "Taare Zaamin Per...."
Food : Paneer Aaloo, Moong Dal, Paratha
Watched : Zeitgeist : The Eye Opener Documentry
Movie : Zameen on Star Gold.
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