Two other bloggers have already blogged about their thoughts on the recent spate of train faults. As I have some time today, here are my thoughts on the matter as well.

There are many things to fret about in life. When we were young, we fret over our grades. As we grew older, academic grades ceded its importance to career prospects. When we reach a marriageable age, our responsibilities and priorities shift yet again. Once we start a family, our lives does not just revolve around ourselves alone. It has to take into account our parents, in-laws, spouses, and our kids. Besides trading some concerns for a new set of concerns, we also take on other worries into our lives. Some of these concerns are perennial, they wither our psyche over the long haul. Others are daily hassles that are pointedly acute, pricking us awake from the mundanity of our …