The guest


There’s #happiness and then there’s #sorrow, nothing #stays, it will always #change, we are aware of this #shift but still #hold on or #wait for the other. #Why not #live in this change, where no #moment stays #forever and #treat each like the #guest who will #eventually #go!


ManyMee App Launch


Click on the link to download the app from google playstore

At ManyMee we believe “every Heartbeat is important, and so is every Heartpour!”

ManyMee is Anonymous!

ManyMee makes you feel more “accepted” when people click “I am with you”

ManyMee allows you to voice your opinion without being judged.

At ManyMee you find people who second your opinion by clicking “I’m with you”.

At ManyMee, you are never alone. ManyMee helps you find people “in the same boat” as yours.

ManyMee, with its revolutionary icons, allows you to respond empathetically.

ManyMee helps you show that you are sensitive and “you care”.

ManyMee is in a way “Spiritual” and helps alleviate human suffering by making people realize that they are not alone but there are millions out there who are in the same boat as theirs, thus helping them accept suffering as the truth and eventually do away with it We have called every post as a “Heartpour” as the words you write will be pouring from your heart.

Every Heartpour acts as a ‘community’ with all the people who have said they are in the same boat as yours.

ManyMee has introduced two revolutionary icons

(1) I am with you and

(2) We are in the same boat

“I am with you” a small phrase, but when you receive the response “I am with you” on your Heartpour, it becomes the most encouraging and rewarding thing.

Just imagine how strengthening it would be when your stories, your very own moments of life that you share here at ManyMee, bring you the response – “I am with you” – from people who are strangers.

You would not only be strengthened but also feel more “accepted”.

“We are in the same boat” is a very common idiom. Here at ManyMee we have made it simple for you to find people who are in the same life situations as yours. There are many situation we do not share in existing social media as we do not want people in our circles to know what we are going through.

Also everyone else apparently seems much happy which takes our strength away and deters us further from sharing.

When one is going through a rough patch while others seem, as depicted in existing social media, very happy, it become very difficult to share that one is going through a rough patch as one does not want to be “separate” from the lot or the odd one out.

One is thus deterred from sharing. At ManyMee you are anonymous thus there shall be no fear of judgement.

The number of responses in “We are in the same boat” will make him or her realize that he or she is not alone. Thus he or she will not feel “separate” or the odd one out”.

We have included more than a hundred “Moments” to choose from. Some of the Moments are: ·

Can’t share it elsewhere ·



· Parents

· This happened in School

· Tomorrow

· My life sucks

· Moment of Happiness

· Fears and Apprehensions

· Status Anxiety

· I need Change

· I am in love

· In the news

· Twin flames and Soul mates

· Negative Thoughts

· Trying something new? Find how many with you.

· Undying Memories

· Loss and suffering

· Et tu Brute?

· Passions

· What’s Hot?

If you think a moment is missing or you would like to add please write to us. We’re listening.

At ManyMee ·

You are anonymous.

We do not ask for your name, age, gender, phone number, location or any other personal information.

· You are your real self.

You are not compelled to create “likable” situations.

· You are connected to none in particular but with everyone who has an account.

· You can upload a photograph.

· You can share your stories straight or find a moment that suits your Heartpour.

· You follow a Heartpour automatically by just clicking any of the three icons or by making a comment.

· You do not follow people or connect with friends

· You can sort Heartpours by “Moments” of your choice.

· You will receive Notifications displayed by a Bell icon on the top right panel.

We’re a bootstrapped startup and in beta stage of our app. We know we don’t have many features in our app still we need to improve a lot. We have more ideas in our mind which will be incorporated in the app.

We look forward to receive your help and support for further improvement in app.

I am 30 & I still hate my mother’s job


I have been sincere and supportive of my mothers job ever since I were a child. I never objected or showed any signs of emotional discomfort that I endured internally when she wasn’t around, for the time I needed her the most which was every second of my existence.

I garnered physical courage and confidence in me just like she has.

But to this day I can’t fathom the truth that repressing ones own emotions can cause so much of chaos in a persons being. It does cause more harm than good, and I feel its not good to turn a heart to stone or in good words to become an even an emotionally strong person.

Because this is not real, this was never me, this is not with whom I identify myself to this day and I completely abhor putting a smile on my face when my soul is crying. Still going through all this every day I never had the courage to tell her that How much I hated her job.

I always longed to see her home, even though she was into a teaching one, I wanted her to rest all day and not work for it . I acknowledge her efforts in getting us admitted in the best school in those days where what our parents earned a meager income and both the man and the lady of the house tried to make ends meet.

As a kid of a working mother I was mature and more observant about life, my emotions and physical self remained hidden in wraps like an onion full of layers and one day it just vanished as a result of acceptance for the things that you cannot change.

I always loathed and waited for the time when she would leave it all just for me but that day never came and I had to leave my home before she could leave her job. I got married.

I sometimes feel, was it really worth all the effort? since I don’t know what it would have been if it were otherwise but what I know; is that I could enjoy being loved by her a little more, being around, having all her time for me a little more and not putting forth my feelings to her a little more.

It’s always a pain for the child as a child of a working mother, I cannot refrain to expose my feelings today as i step into my 30s. Was it all that necessary to create an emotional machine in me that wanted me to repress my feelings every time I longed for her presence.

I am married and have a child today and we( my mom n me ) are separated by a distance of thousands of kilometers and that longing is still persistent, it never faded away not even with time or change.

I long for her even today, when I go home and count the days when she would retire. And still try to act brave just as I did when I were a child, because I had never opened my heart to her or wanted her to see the weak in me.

I still feel trapped but liberated at the same time, for my daughter as we let each other free. Free from the creation of unnecessary feelings and irrelevant choices.

We chose each other as I wait for my mom to choose me.

Please See:  To each his own. I am aware that this is a very contentious topic but these are my observations and subject to no debate or differences since I look at you (the reader) to perceive these views of a child in me and not of an adult.

Thank You




I am lazy, frankly I am too lazy to walk myself into a park ful with green and life.

But I still do it in a perfunctory way just for my little one who loves the swings and the birds in the tree. She runs around, plays, hops from one swing to another and jumps incessantly, while I just fend for places to sit here and there over the stone beds dug in the ground or on the obsolete benches sitting and gazing at her manoeuvres without a blink.

“Enjoying aren’t you renne?” hears a voice of a mother who gently sways her daughter on a swing. Mummy “woh aunty kya boli usko” ? asks my daughter to me unable to comprehend those words said by renne’s mother.

I try to translate the meaning of those words to her very sincerely and as organically as I can incorporating my experience and intellect to which she listens with tenacity then runs away before I commence further on the topic.

She goes to the kindergarten and is used to hearing instructions in English therefore she gives me a look of interest and not disquiet and I am just thankful for that.

These titbits of conversations in English that I hear and overhear in the playground bemuse me because I or we rarely speak in English at home.

All because it doesn’t come from my inner self so whatever, that is not coming from my heart is not the truth therefore I cannot be fanciful to my loved one or articulate things that deceive my conscience.

I cannot ignore the consequences I have incurred for not being able to drop one or two of those melodies that I had acknowledged but was inept to respond to, in a similar timbre.

I have witnessed myself being ignored but I am unsure if I was stereotyped or it’s just my assumption for I lack proof on that.

I feel troubled sometimes that English just doesn’t happen to me, I feel no connection in between us.

Every time I try I feel like I am literally trying and I reflect upon that and conclude why at all I should even try to be or pretend what I am not and when I can do very well without it.

But it’s never too far the day when my little one will encourage me to speak since she would eventually. And I will have no plausible excuse that can suffice her.

All I can say to her now and then is that, my love, mumma is in another race and you know what? we’re still eons behind!

Written By Shilpi C. Sinha (Aditri)

Innovating Boardrooms through classroom innovation



Recreating an Organization through classroom strategies, where the employers can learn and adapt revolutionizing concepts for management of their employees that would facilitate remarkably in the areas of

Increase in Employee’s Efficiency by breaking their monotony, fatigue and stress.

Increase in Employee Retention and think twice before leaving

Increase Innovation opportunities for Employees

Create Work culture and work habit

Nurture and facilitate Positive need for achievement and Competition



Practical Impact


First steps





shuffling the role and responsibility of employees within the company can work wonders if it comes to breaking the monotony and fatigue witnessed by the employee.

mid day meal inchage ships

only at som e level it can fiunctthe ion all well where it is interchangeable if the managers are good enough to try for the sake of their employees who can recreate gain confidence get all charged up and have full confidence to get into the shoes of others..

here the catch is tht we would like to do bettr or best than the other and such reversal or excahnge can help in sparking the reat enthusisasm and the zest of the employees to do the work een more happily and with great zeal.

it can be done in a very light manner where its not easy to give long breaks to employees or create recreational facilites but we need to motivate and break an employees fatigue. in such evernts we can create such monthlu events that will help to create more opportunities, to explore the employees potentioal and if possible to take more risk ..then we can have manager for a day or ceo of the day..for any employess based on some criterais of measurement that shall harnes an employees potential and spark motivation among tehm.

job change happens but ti happens at ground and upper level and in short or even long term.

to break the monotony


immediate results,

company policies

world ethics

problesm have solutions new company would have simsilar trainging and similary we can have interchange where even if you have to learn a new work you cna do it it will create thrust motiveta ecomeptoeon

human psychology helps as we have this instics to competee with others

inter dept change and within employee change

it will also let them to think twice..

company need s realiable people and creative ones and thus it wud help them.

culture eats innovation

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, is indestructible and eternal (Chapter 2.18).

“antavanta ime deha
nityasyoktah saririnah
anasino ’prameyasya
tasmad yudhyasva bharata” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 18)

All these bodies pertaining to the indestructible, immeasurable and eternal living entity / soul are spoken of as perishable; therefore, fight, Arjuna.”
According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, neither slays not can it be slain (Chapter 2.19).

“ya enam vetti hantaram
yas chainam manyate hatam
ubhau tau na vijanito
nayam hanti na hanyate” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 19)

“Sri Krishna said: They are both ignorant, he who knows the soul to be capable of killing and he who takes it as killed; for verily the soul neither kills, nor is killed.”

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, is never born, never dies and after coming into existence never ceases to be. It is nitya (always), shasvatah (permanent) and purana (very ancient) (Chapter 2.20).

“na jayate mriyate va kadacin
nayam bhutva bhavita va na bhuyah
ajo nityah sasvato ’yam purano
na hanyate hanyamane sarire” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 20)

“Sri Krishna said: The soul is never born nor dies at any time. Soul has not come into being, does not come into being, and will not come into being. Soul is unborn, eternal, ever-existing and primeval. Soul is not slain when the body is slain.”

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, does not suffer & cannot be tainted. At the time of death it does not die, but leaves the body and enters into a new one (Chapter 2.22).

“vasamsi jirnani yatha vihaya
navani grhnati naro ’parani
tatha sarirani vihaya jirnany
anyani samyati navani dehi” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 22)

“Sri Krishna said: As a human being puts on new garments, giving up old ones, the soul similarly accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones.”

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman has the properties that Weapons cannot pierce it, fire cannot burn it, water cannot moisten it and wind cannot dry it (Chapter 2.23).

“nainam chindanti shastrani
nainam dahati pavakah
na chainam kledayanty apo
na sosayati marutah” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 23)

“Sri Krishna said: The soul can never be cut to pieces by any weapon, nor burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind.”

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, is impenetrable, incombustible, all pervading, stable and immobile (Chapter 2.24).

“acchedyo ’yam adahyo ’yam
akledyo ’sosya eva cha
nityah sarva-gatah sthanur
achalo ’yam sanatanah” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 24)

“Sri Krishna said: This individual soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. He is everlasting, present everywhere, unchangeable, immovable and eternally the same.”

According to Bhagwat Gita, the Soul, or Atman, is invisible, imperceptible and immutable (Chapter 2.25).

“avyakto ’yam acintyo ’yam
avikaryo ’yam ucyate
tasmad evam viditvainam
nanusocitum arhasi” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 25)

“Sri Krishna said: It is said that the soul is invisible, inconceivable and immutable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the body.”
Lord Krishna knew the limitations of human consciousness to gauge the true nature of the inner soul. So in the Bhagwat Gita it concurs that no one can exactly know what a soul is. Someone looks at It with great surprise, another speaks about It with great surprise, some another hears about It with incredulity and yet another after hearing about It knows it not (Chapter 2.29).
“ascharya-vat pasyati kascid enam
ascharya-vad vadati tathaiva chanyah
ascharya-vac chainam anyah srnoti
srutvapy enam veda na chaiva kascit” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two verse 29)

“Sri Krishna said: Some look on the soul as amazing, some describe him as amazing, and some hear of him as amazing, while others, even after hearing about him, cannot understand him at all.”

So in this way Soul is a Mysterious thing & can be understood if you have faith in God & in religious scriptures.

Jai Shri Krishna

For kanha


मैं ना जानु सावरे तू कौन
तेरी बंसी सुन भइ में मौन

तेरी वाणी तेरे गृंथ
ना मैं जानु तेरे पंथ

पड़ गया जो तेरा रंग
नगर घूमती बनु मंगन

मैं ना जानु राधा और मीरा
जानू मगर विरह की पिणा

जो श्याम ना मिले उस द्वार
क्या करू भवसागर पार

यह देह रूपी संसार
निरर्थक जिवन अपार

गिरधारी गंगाधर ओ श्याम सावरे
मेरी तृष्णा को अपनी मुरली से हरले

Krishna poem


पुछे सखियाँ मेंरी
वह कौन तेरा है
मैं सकूचाउ बोलु
यह श्याम मेरा है

पुछे सखियाँ मेंरी
यह बंसी किसकी है
मैं नयन बंदकर बोलु
धुन इसकी कणॅ में बस्ती है

पुछे सखियाँ मेंरी
यह राधा किसकी है
मैं ईर्षालु होकर कहूं
यह प्रियसी उसकी है

पुछे सखियाँ मेंरी
यह मोर पंख किसका है
मैं लाजभरे मुख से बोलु
रुप यह चित मोह लेता है

पुछे सखियाँ मेंरी
यह श्याम श्याम क्यूँ है
अहंकार से बोलु मैं
वो सब दुख जो हर लेता है