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Saturday, June 26, 2010

The e-Sri RamaJayam Campaign

The e-Sri RamaJayam Campaign

Yesterday I was thinking of something and suddenly struck of this idea. We should try to make the divine use of online word document processings like Zoho Writer and Google Docs for a divine purpose. These days of e-Age and particularly IT people like us are more inclined to getting ourselves clinging onto our computer desktops more than paper, pen and pencil. Everyday writing (rather typing) 100 Sri RamaJayam would benefit the entire world with the blessings of the Lord.

I have initiated this campaign yesterday through my Zoho Writer account. You can find the first set of 100 Sri Ramajayam from me over here. Only the initial publication has been made public. Perhaps we can have the following as guidelines in this campaign. Suggest me changes and/or more additions thereto:
  1. Daily 100 Sri Ramajayams (minimum). It just takes about 7 minutes to type.
  2. DO NOT COPY-PASTE AND TAKE UNDUE HELP OF SYSTEM CLIPBOARD. Every Sri Ramajayam you type makes your finger and body to do service to the Lord. No shortcuts for the same.
  3. Follow the decorum of 'Daily' as much as possible unless your other schedules interfere significantly. Perhaps we can think that it should be part of we taking bath everyday or brushing teeth, eating and/or drinking coffee.
  4. Feel free to use the same template or design your own template. The 'Sri Ramajayam' can be written in your language or in English. I have preferred to write it in Tamil.

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6 Comments:

  • Dear Deepak,

    While your idea is indeed innovative and tech-savvy, I think that writing it with pen/pencil on paper still has its own sanctity that cannot be debated!The energy will pass on from the paper to the nerves of the hands and resurrect and recharge us spiritually. I feel it may be considered blasphemous by some to type it using computer. Moreover, there is always the temptation to copy-paste it, which is not possible while writing!

    By Blogger Mohan Chandran, at 2:45 PM  

  • Dear Deepak,

    While your idea is indeed innovative and tech-savvy, I think that writing it with pen/pencil on paper still has its own sanctity that cannot be debated!The energy will pass on from the paper to the nerves of the hands and resurrect and recharge us spiritually. I feel it may be considered blasphemous by some to type it using computer. Moreover, there is always the temptation to copy-paste it, which is not possible while writing!

    By Blogger Mohan Chandran, at 2:45 PM  

  • Dear Deepak,

    While your idea is indeed innovative and tech-savvy, I think that writing it with pen/pencil on paper still has its own sanctity that cannot be debated!The energy will pass on from the paper to the nerves of the hands and resurrect and recharge us spiritually. I feel it may be considered blasphemous by some to type it using computer. Moreover, there is always the temptation to copy-paste it, which is not possible while writing!

    By Blogger Mohan Chandran, at 2:45 PM  

  • @Mohan,

    That is the reason one condition for the campaign is to refrain from copy-paste. This isn't a contest. So there is nothing anyone can win or lose.

    It is a way to self-realisation and making each minds cleaner and clearer thus making the world a peaceful place to live for everyone.

    By Blogger Deepak Vasudevan, at 6:00 PM  

  • Dear Deepak,

    Congrats for the nice project. Whatever way we want to present ourselves to the Lord, it will show our Bhakti. This also might be helpful, if parents can induce their children in this type of work. Thanks & regards, vsr

    By Blogger Ranga, at 10:33 AM  

  • This is a great project. I found www.sriraghavam.com as well for people with iPhone/iPod.

    By Blogger padma, at 3:50 PM  

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