2007-12-10

Do dogs die of cardiac arrest?

Haven't heard or read anywhere about a dog dying of cardiac arrest. I presume, dogs are happy with what they have.

Man is always unhappy with what he has*. In his pursuit of wanting more, he will do things he is not capable of sustaining; he will ignore health, eat junk, stress out trying to meet or exceed expectations, tire out pleasing clients' and boss, buy a CRV but remain unhappy that he is far away from buying an yacht. what not and what more.

More men (and of course women) will die of cardiac arrests.


PS:
*-As they say, this attribute has led to his progress (pun intended)
-Current mood - disillusionment
-Why not blogging regularly - no excuse. simply, irresponsible



10 comments:

Swapnil Nadkar said...

finally, a post after long last! well, dissatisfaction does have its pluses and minuses. Progress is the former, your state of mind is probably the latter! :) Are you coming for Solstice this year? If yes, hope to see you then.

itheabsolute said...

Hi Swapnil

Thanks for the comment.

Have registered for the Solstice. Not sure till the last minute.

Trust things are fine with you...

cheers

Vinay (a.k.a Resolute) said...

Hello Sir jee,

Maybe dogs do have cardiac arrest http://www.journal-a-day.com/Home_And_Family/396926-how-to-treat-your-dog-in-cardiac-arrest.html but always nice to know your thoughts :)

How are you? i would have loved to attend Solstice, but I NEED a Christmas vacation away from Hyd.

Keep writing!

itheabsolute said...

Hi Vinay

Hmmm......

thanks for writing...trust things are fine with you....

while i have registered for solstice, not sure if i will be able to make it

cheers

iTHErelative said...

'Irresponsible' is the reason you state for being irregular at blogging.

Looking at you blogs it you sound anything but 'irresponsible'.

Nice blog... looking forward to next edition...

Debashis said...

Hi Vijay; I am Debashis. Have been going through your blog as if reading a text book. And yes, it has been a nice experience for me. It's difficult to pin point the exact piece I like, but Manmohan - Bull what was nice. And one request, can you let me know the process of transition from poet to shark. I believe I am not so confident poet, but definitely not a shark.
Good Day.
Debashis

itheabsolute said...

iTHErelative

thanks for reading the blog and such nice words...hope to keep writing

cheers

itheabsolute said...

Hi Debashis

thanks for reading the blog...

i am myself a poet. tried without much success to become a shark by attending ISB. don't think i will be the right person to give u advice on the transition. i guess some place are made to be poets and some other sharks....that said, u can be confident poet, by knowing what you know, by knowing what u do not know.

Debashis M said...

Thanks Vijay for replying back. And yes, I am not reading rather studying your blog :)
And yes, please keep writing, let's say minimum 2 blogs per week. And one more update, trying my best to read your favourite book, "On Liberty" by J.S. Mill, struggling at a pathetic page no 2, for last 3 days. Good Day Ahead!

Anonymous said...

dogs can die of cardiac arrest especially from eating CHOCLATE i am a 13 year old girl and i know this infromation but yes dogs can die from cardiac arrest

2007-12-10

Do dogs die of cardiac arrest?

Haven't heard or read anywhere about a dog dying of cardiac arrest. I presume, dogs are happy with what they have.

Man is always unhappy with what he has*. In his pursuit of wanting more, he will do things he is not capable of sustaining; he will ignore health, eat junk, stress out trying to meet or exceed expectations, tire out pleasing clients' and boss, buy a CRV but remain unhappy that he is far away from buying an yacht. what not and what more.

More men (and of course women) will die of cardiac arrests.


PS:
*-As they say, this attribute has led to his progress (pun intended)
-Current mood - disillusionment
-Why not blogging regularly - no excuse. simply, irresponsible



10 comments:

Swapnil Nadkar said...

finally, a post after long last! well, dissatisfaction does have its pluses and minuses. Progress is the former, your state of mind is probably the latter! :) Are you coming for Solstice this year? If yes, hope to see you then.

itheabsolute said...

Hi Swapnil

Thanks for the comment.

Have registered for the Solstice. Not sure till the last minute.

Trust things are fine with you...

cheers

Vinay (a.k.a Resolute) said...

Hello Sir jee,

Maybe dogs do have cardiac arrest http://www.journal-a-day.com/Home_And_Family/396926-how-to-treat-your-dog-in-cardiac-arrest.html but always nice to know your thoughts :)

How are you? i would have loved to attend Solstice, but I NEED a Christmas vacation away from Hyd.

Keep writing!

itheabsolute said...

Hi Vinay

Hmmm......

thanks for writing...trust things are fine with you....

while i have registered for solstice, not sure if i will be able to make it

cheers

iTHErelative said...

'Irresponsible' is the reason you state for being irregular at blogging.

Looking at you blogs it you sound anything but 'irresponsible'.

Nice blog... looking forward to next edition...

Debashis said...

Hi Vijay; I am Debashis. Have been going through your blog as if reading a text book. And yes, it has been a nice experience for me. It's difficult to pin point the exact piece I like, but Manmohan - Bull what was nice. And one request, can you let me know the process of transition from poet to shark. I believe I am not so confident poet, but definitely not a shark.
Good Day.
Debashis

itheabsolute said...

iTHErelative

thanks for reading the blog and such nice words...hope to keep writing

cheers

itheabsolute said...

Hi Debashis

thanks for reading the blog...

i am myself a poet. tried without much success to become a shark by attending ISB. don't think i will be the right person to give u advice on the transition. i guess some place are made to be poets and some other sharks....that said, u can be confident poet, by knowing what you know, by knowing what u do not know.

Debashis M said...

Thanks Vijay for replying back. And yes, I am not reading rather studying your blog :)
And yes, please keep writing, let's say minimum 2 blogs per week. And one more update, trying my best to read your favourite book, "On Liberty" by J.S. Mill, struggling at a pathetic page no 2, for last 3 days. Good Day Ahead!

Anonymous said...

dogs can die of cardiac arrest especially from eating CHOCLATE i am a 13 year old girl and i know this infromation but yes dogs can die from cardiac arrest