Thursday, June 11, 2015

Control nahi hota yaar

Control your thoughts and imaginations pls...

This is a big word for it is used in a country where cricket is considered as sacred as a religion.  You guessed it right. 

Board of Control for Cricket in India. BCCI should be renamed to Board for Unleashing Cricket in India coz there is no point in trying to control cricket in this country.  Khelte raho sala...leave alone galli, people are playing cricket in hostel rooms...oh damn, forget hostel rooms, cricket is played using textbooks.  I remember playing textbook cricket while the lecture was going on in the class.  
And I think I will be making a fool out of myself if I talk about IPL and other tournaments that our team participates in.

The thought of writing about control has been in my mind for a long time now.  Never spent much time on it though.  I used to meditate when I was much younger.  And I used to question a lot.
Do I have control on my thoughts (or actions) or is the destiny (or fate whatever you want to call) already decided?
The more I think the more confusing it is.  I do not have a convincing answer yet.  If you can convince me on this, please leave a comment and I will get in touch with you.  I searched a lot on internet also for answers, found some classical literature by Sir John Woodroffe and Ramana Maharshi.  Am still reading some of the downloaded pdfs...
Talking of internet...
I've been searching internet for various things last few weeks.  Need to buy medical insurance, vehicle, laptop, credit card and so on.  Internet is pretty useful, isn't it?! Access whatever you want without having to go out of your home.  The trouble comes when you lose control.  I had spent thousands of bucks on my laptop and continuing to spend on internet and it is really painful when I can't control the ads being displayed on my browser.  I mean, everything is being recorded right in front of you without your consent and there is nothing you could do about it.

Computer ke saamne bathta hoon aur control nahi kar pata hoon yaar... :(
Control your thoughts and imaginations pls...:):):)

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Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Honeymoon. Period.

Type 1:
People go on honeymoon soon after getting married.

Once this honeymoon period is over, they get back to their homes, continue working in their respective jobs and get busy with routine life.  And if both husband and wife are working, the honeymoon is over.  Literally.  Period!

Type 2:
Employees usually get a honeymoon period soon after they join a new job.  Depending on the company's policies and procedures, manager, team mates,HR,... it usually takes anywhere between 10 days to a month to settle down in a new job.

(Google image)

This period is generally called as honeymoon period in a company coz once you get your computer, ID cards, access cards and desk you start getting loads of work.  So much that you get frustrated with mechanical life.  And your honeymoon period is over, yet again.  Period!

First type is something you never get bored of ;-).  I love it...who doesn't???  But the second one is really boring.  At least for me.  Am not the type of person who prefers to sit idle.  Not having anything to do is more hazardous to me.  Mind goes numb.  It is always better to have considerable load of work regularly rather than unusual loads of work at irregular intervals.

Am going through a honeymoon period now.  Don't ask me which one it is... :p

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