In its historical context, the root word Bindu orginates from an Indian concept that explains the creative potency of anything where all energies are focused; the dot (also called tilaka) worn on the forehead as indicative of the third eye.
However, in its post-modern usage, to be a Bindu one must embrace the following characteristics:
1. To perform a double-ring without success and continuing to do so on numerous occasions.
2. No matter what anyone asks you, reply “Okay.”
3. When in conversation, no matter where you are in the office, mutter, “I think my phone is ringing” and leave.
4. To change established plans an hour before execution.
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"I have someone coming in an hour, can you assist him?
"Um...it would be nice to know about this a little sooner..."
Comment to colleagues/self: I can't believe he did that! What a Bindu!"