Photo by Filios Sazeides on Unsplash This is a continuance of embrace the discomfort. I met him near the restaurant after some years. We inquired about each other's well-being. He invited me to the restaurant for having breakfast. I was hungry, so, I did not say anything but accepted his offer instantly. Since I was not so picky, I left him the decision of deciding the dishes. After ordering, he started telling “I’m in fact not excited to live in this area. I want to shift my residence to a good area like where you inhabit. I have been hunting for many houses for more than nine months, but I couldn’t get anything as per my interest.” I asked him whether I would search for a house for him. He quickly said, “no…no… I can’t commute 20 km to go to my office every day. “ “If … Continue reading Embrace the discomfort-2
Photo by Polina Kovaleva from Pexels I considered it would be an appropriate time to write this as we are nearing the New Year. Commemorating the New Year is not going to be a big deal because everyone celebrates worldwide but many of us think that it would be the biggest question of what should be started from day one of the New Year. When we talk about the ‘New Year,’ we frequently talk about the ‘Resolutions’ … Continue reading Don’t give it up in the middle.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The rules create a fuss and irritations. These rules have many names those are 'Conditions', 'Terms and Conditions', 'Rules and Regulations', etc … In that office, there is a new rule that is going to be implemented from today. That new rule prevents all employees from going out for a tea break. The company has made all arrangements to serve tea or coffee at the desk to all employees. When the organization declared this, it was seen by the employees as … Continue reading Are the rules to be followed or…?
Photo by Portuguese Gravity on Unsplash He regularly wakes up at 4.30 in the morning every day. He wears his shoes and drives to the park for a morning walk and spends his little time over workouts. There are some friends in the park, and he interacts with them for some time and leaves after 7.30 am. After coming back home, he carries on his routine work like bathing, having breakfast, and leaves home at 9.30 am to his shop. He runs a stationery shop near the school very successfully. He provides notebooks, textbooks, … Continue reading Your dream is still there
Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash The whole universe is handling the immense pressure of the pandemic. This pandemic produced more predicaments not only for individuals but also for many countries. The country knows how to bring back the economy on track but individuals do not have any thought about how to cope with this pandemic. Regular life got interrupted for many due to this pandemic. Many a person lost their jobs and many face decrement in their salaries. Nobody knows when this pandemic would get vanished from our life. It is evident that many experienced a lesson to handle the situation in this rough period. If truth be told, this pandemic has opened the other door of opportunity. If we think out of the box, we can change our lives in the other direction which … Continue reading Learn the missed, now
Photo by RF._.studio from Pexels He returned home from the office at eight in the evening. As usual, he switched on the TV after finished dinner. When he was seriously watching his favourite programme on television, his mobile phone was ringing. One of his sons brought the mobile to him. Immediately, he muted the TV volume and looked at his mobile. His brother was calling. He did not show any interest to attend the call as he was very keen on the TV programme. After half an hour, his mobile was ringing again. This time it was his superior. He switched off the TV as he was looking a bit nervous. He went to the balcony to speak as it was his boss. These two … Continue reading Choose the best
Photo by Markus Winkler from Pexels Here, we have to acknowledge others for our actions habitually. We need to consider what the other person will think about us if we do this. In this way, our uniqueness dies as we value the opinion of others continuously. We can value others' opinions for our life. However, we cannot entrust our complete life to others' hands. We can seek others' opinions but the real question is, to what extent. Let’s see the life of a man. He is a security guard for an MNC. He has to catch two buses to reach his work … Continue reading Try walking on your own
Photo by Ian Schneider on Unsplash He is the Managing Director of a company. He is also a President of the Volleyball federation, and he is a motivational speaker too. He is invited by many colleges to deliver a speech. He would articulate among students about how to write exams without fear and how to choose their career once they complete their studies. He would also suggest the choices that are available for the students who think about higher studies after finishing their college studies. His communications generate more vibrations among students at colleges. Since he cites real incidents from his life, it goes into their minds very easily. So naturally, his speech is welcomed by them. When … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Passions Die
Photo by Jill Wellington from Pexels He started his business three years ago. It hasn't been so good so far. He got some projects but those were very small. He strives a lot to get one project, though he followed for the same for a long time. However, he is able to run the show until this time. After pursuing for six months, he has got one big project as he expected. He estimates that he would be occupied for the next eighteen months because of this new project. On his way back to the office, he decided to give a party to his staff as a token of celebration for getting a new big project. Hence, he urged everyone to be at the office after business hours. At … Continue reading What Do You Need To Celebrate?
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels One of his colleagues is getting married today. He wants to attend the wedding but not well. What to do? He got an idea. Without any further delay, he woke his son up and informed him. Yes, he decided to send his twenty-two-year-old son on his behalf. He told all viable directions to his son to reach the specific place. Son was saying, ‘yes’ to his father whatever he said. Hence, he came out of the house and started moving towards the wedding hall. Middle of the way he forgot the route which was told by his father. Finally, he attended the wedding, but it was somebody’s wedding at some other wedding hall. Looks very absurd it seems, doesn’t it? Why was there some confusion? Are … Continue reading You Can Speak But Listen First