“Hi there! Yes, you hi! How are you?” I am good but who in the world are you and bother to ask me such a stupid question! Well I thought of saying that but that would be inappropriate of me so instead I frowned and waited for next dialogue. “Well you look ugly that way buddy, give it away and just relax”. Now I am off my temperament and going to knock him down since he disrespected my look which I am very proud of. Well coming to point this out how much do you love yourself? I guess so much. You have so much respect for yourself so great that you may knock someone down and lose all of it because he/she disrespected it. I don’t know how many of you might do that but I reckon many would. My best strategy always works for me which is “Never accept unwanted presents “.
This was supposed to be a draft but accidentally got posted hence made little changes and posted. I am not sure if whatever I have written makes sense however a good one should follow shortly….
Yesterday, I came across one of suggestions page on my Facebook wall. It had a picture of a man who stood on the hill and fog surrounded him. The caption said that “Write a short six word story that goes with this pic” and there were somewhere more than thousand comments in response to the caption.
Earlier I thought that ‘How could you complete a story in bare six words?’ Six words hardly can make up a sentence and you are expecting a short story out of it? Impossible was the thought. But when I went through comments section, I realized that I was wrong and must get out my comfort zone. Yes that is true, I needed to get out of comfort zone. I could only do things that I can easily think of but never challenge it and seems like a failure plan in advance!
If you are not used to challenges in your current life then there is some serious issue that you ought to be concerned of.
I could hardly write a good one but I loved the challenge! I am hoping to accept challenges and improvise what I already have!
Oh my short story was “Fog surrounded him, revealing it’s beauty”.
The beauty of the life is “it is never constant”!
Because you are my Sunshine! – http://wp.me/p4gLkH-7
It is a great pleasure to be part of this locality. Today I witnessed another happy Sunday by hundreds of Kalyanian’s! The kind of activities these organiser’s select is tremendously appreciable.
The Happy Streets is an event organized on every Sunday in some or other locale. This event comprises of activities like, Cycling which is major activity considering the queue at the free cycle lending counter just opposite Big Cinamas Theatre. I am not sure of the thing how they lend it and against what security so we will keep this business aside. Well, if there is horde of cyclers around on the streets wouldn’t it be difficult to ride on the busy street of Kalyani Nagar? Yes, that’s already been taken care of by local police by blocking certain area of the street specially for this activity. So every one from the locale can perform whatever activities they prefer to. I have witnessed people in their mid forties playing musical chair! While strolling on the street, it was noticed that there were bunch of badminton nets hooked, a part of the street was reserved for soccer players, although i didn’t find that more interesting, because I hardly can imagine playing game like that on a cemented road. Then there is main attention drawer, the loud music and Zumba dance! People just get into it. Loved the enthusiasm by many and specially by the Zumba dance instructor Khushboo Punjabi. There is stage where dancers perform their act on that loud music and horde of people follow the suit, as an activity to burn calories I would love to do that however having a shy nature avoided, held one of my mates wallet and spectacles enjoyed the spectatorship!
Hope to see these Sundays often next time me part of Zumba activity!! Until then
I had stopped writing and suddenly I feel like doing it again because I recently met a friend and my friend’s thought made me think over again.
What my friend thinks is that how much rut these people live in, by ‘these people’ means people living in cities “How boring their lives are and how oblivious they are of this, I feel pity for them.” I do disagree with my friend to some extent. Every other person has their own way of looking at things. One may like living life surrounded by buildings and other may like quietness of jungle. One may have to decide what they prefer best and not blame what others may be doing. After all you just do what you like, right? One group of people may like traveling and other may just want to spend their life working 24/7 for an organization, what’s the deal in that? I like clubbing and you may not, so I am to blame you? You cannot just accuse someone of not living their life to fullest just because they don’t do what what you like the most. By assuming that someone or a group of people are not happy if that makes you sad or anything of that sort then it is time for you to reassess yourself. Because you are ruining your own small world by the thought of someone not being happy. People may have different meaning for happiness. The best thing you and me can do is to live the moments and enjoy what’s coming our way. Forget future, past and focus on present. More we learn to live in present better we become.
There can be ups and downs in everyone’s life. By ups and downs I mean emotional as well as financial and one cannot get rid either of these. I believe that everyone have to work their own way out, the situation they fall in and at times they need to seek help.
We also need to make sure that happiest moments can always be found around you, all you need to do is mould yourself according to situations. Try it and you will get back to me at least once! Don’t bother about others they will figure their own way out someday.