The killing instinct to create , to form , to run , and finally to lose is becomong a rarity.
The enterprising spirit is lost in the economic melt down.
The security, which is being extended, by jobs ,has initiated an attraction.
Many a skilful ,prospective entrepreneur ,takes the most traversed path , that o getting employed.
Billionaires are from the breed of entrepreneurs.
The successul bidder of employment assumes a fair scale of pay, a handsome bonus, and a lovely perquisite.
He remains satisfied with it
He never attempts to make millions or billions.
Bill gates would have not been what he is today, if he had settled in for a job.
Down the line , in India , the senior Ambani was working in a Petrol Bunk. He would have finally risen to be the manager of the company, if had faithfully stuck to his job.
Now the Ambanis are among the top billionaires according to Forbes.
The group of engineeres in Patni computers , would have made at the most a million in their career.
Now they have made a sweeping billion as promoters of Infosys.
These illustrate the success stories.
As each coin has two sides, this story is double edged.
Many a strong employee ,who would have been complacent with his high earnings, lost everything as soon he dabbled in business.
The Satyam episode is proof of such high handedness.
The beauty of any industry lies in its trustworthiness.
The loveliness of any employment is based on the principle of promise and integrity.
Billions or millions do not matter.
It is the ethics that go to make a vibrant flow of creation.