Lean back

You are sitting on the chair in your office questioning your existence and choices you’ve made. Little decisions that shape up your life and you realize that while trying to make things perfect you are only getting far from it. Anyway, that’s not what I intend to write today. See this is not me telling you about my job or life or if I hate it not. It is not that.

Before I take a random turn and start talking about something else, let me tell you what made me write this. I plugged in my headphones and opened Wynk app and put the music on shuffle. Then with a deep breathe I leaned back and stared upwards and closed my eyes (I did that again). Then following my habit, I looked around at my beloved colleagues some nah almost all of them busy staring at the screens which would have excel, word or LinkedIn open. And then I look at myself doing the same thing, losing that sense of freedom and burying myself in the work.

To be honest, I love working and achieving things and being busy has its own benefits. What bothers me at times is the fact that I am letting my other side go too far. You must wonder what is this other side I am talking about. I shall tell you on some fine day.

Until next time. I hope you will look forward to the next post.


This is incomplete. Thought I’d share it like this. Tell me whatever you think of it.


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On the road. #1

So this is something new I’m trying to start on the blog,I’d even encourage other people to contribute.This is where I’ll write down incidents I encounter on streets, roads.So here is the first post.

Today is Tuesday and there is a small market which is setup by people,they put their stuff on the roadsides and outside the closed shops.So I was out walking late in the evening and those people were packing up after the long day and there are two little kids packing their stuff and the other one says “Oye 3g ki speed se kaam kar” (Pack the stuff with the speed of 3g network).I was surprised on how he could relate things to 3g,amazing kid.
India is a country with a large number of mobile users and internet users.So even if they aren’t going to school you can be assured that they know what 3g is and they have a clear idea about it’s speed. India is evolving and it’s growing.But the education part still doesn’t see much growth.We need to know about internet but there are many things that need more attention.
So this was something I heard on the road and thought it was interesting.

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