Subba’s Serendipitous moments

About this blog


Many years ago, when I first read the famous Persian fable called “Three princes of Serendip”, I was intrigued by a sentence: ..”They were always making discoveries, by accidents and by sagacity, of things of value that they were not in quest of”. Since then I have been in quest of that abilities and while I cant claim that I have all those abilities, I have made significant progress. I found that a good sense of awareness with purpose and goals creates the atmosphere and attitudes within which serendipity flourishes.

Serendipity is like a bridge– a bridge between structure and spontaneity, between discipline and flexibility, between relationships and achievements and between the forced and the fun.

Mental serendipity is like a translucent umbrella that overarches our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual lives making them dynamic and allowing each part of us to see happily through all the circumstances that we find ourselves.

I plan to blog here about issues which engage me both mentally and emotionally.

The views expressed here are solely my own views and doesn’t reflect the views of my employers or family.


  1. I like the idea for this blog, it also reminds me of the book “Think and grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. I bought it for 25 Australian dollarcents. Napoleon interviewed succesful people so that they could point him the way to personal achievement. What did they tell him?
    – Manage your thoughts
    – You need desire and faith and imagination
    – Bring your desire into action and persist
    – Look your fear in the eye (there is actually six of them: poverty, criticism, ill health, loss of love, old age and worry)

    Would you say that you have found out about the same kind of things?

    Comment by radiantwoman — February 8, 2007 @ 6:03 pm | Reply

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    Comment by Michael Nowak — June 24, 2008 @ 6:41 am | Reply

  3. I arrived at your blog today. I liked so much. Thanks for your generosity.

    Comment by J. SALOMÉ — June 28, 2009 @ 8:04 pm | Reply

  4. Hi, Subba,
    Is that you who we met before at Care Corner.
    This a very profound, thought-provoking blog. Congratulate!
    I am now working at my own private practice located at Delfi Orchard.

    Warm Regards,
    Mei Ling

    Comment by Dr. Chou Mei Ling — October 26, 2009 @ 7:27 pm | Reply

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