It’s a profound truth that legends never die. With the recent passing away of Stephen William Hawking, the noted physicist, cosmologist and author, there was more a sense of awe and admiration than grief. Struck with ALS at the age of 21, the gifted scientist was told that his days were numbered. He stayed for over 55 years after that, revolutionizing physics with his groundbreaking work on “Black Holes” and Cosmology.
Through the life he chose to live extraordinarily, he proffered to us the truth that glory is rife with trials and tribulations. It’s important to stay in the game if that needs to be won and giving up halfway is not an option. “The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities,” are his words that will keep inspiring us to seek a definite way to make it happen.
The present Indian manufacturing sector echoes this sentiment of vast possibilities that are waiting to be turned into opportunities. The world acknowledges this fact as did Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on his recent visit to the country. He hailed India’s per capita GDP quadrupling in such short duration a unique growth story that makes the country an ideal location for business.
MMI celebrates the industry’s remarkable position in the global scene and welcomes you to join in through its insightful reads on the latest and innovative developments in manufacturing. Do read and rejoice!
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“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road.”