Comparing yourself to others is not always a bad thing. I know most others would suggest otherwise, but trust me for a while and I will prove my point. At least, I will try my best to do that. Actually, it can be both good and bad, depending on who you are comparing yourself with. … Continue reading Comparing Yourself With Someone Is Not A Bad Thing, As Long As You Compare Yourself With The Bloody Best!
A dear one betrayed me months ago. We abruptly stopped talking then after. And, that person’s birthday is about to come in a matter of days. I have written a letter for that soul who once used to be an angel to me. In the letter I have tried to thank them for they made … Continue reading Nugget-23: Someone Betrayed You? Write Them A Thank You Letter!
I spent three years of my life preparing for engineering entrance examinations. I invested loads of my parent’s hard-earned money into costly coaching classes, books and test materials. I abandoned sports and games, stopped frittering time over movies or television and pared on my outings. Then in 2013 and 2014, I gave one of the … Continue reading Nugget-22: Life Is Unpredictable. And, That’s Good.
When she was born, I was damn enthused! Finally, I was an uncle to a beautiful tiny soul. When I saw her for the first time, she was asleep. I tried to touch my fingers against her, and she instantly began to widen her palm. Within the next few seconds itself, her right palm and … Continue reading Nugget-21: She Made Me The Uncle, I Never Knew I Wanted To Be.
Okay, 1 percent growth every day is something rhetoric, as growth in every domain of one's interest cannot be calculated in arithmetic terms and percentages. The concept is basically excelling with baby step, learning small lessons every day to eventually having accumulated a lot of knowledge and expertise over the longer run. Therefore, I have … Continue reading I Hope To Grow By 1% Everyday!
Five years back from this writing, she was four and urgently needed a life-saving kidney transplant. Her mother became her hero then. The mother donated her kidney to gift her child a second chance at life. And, today as a 9-year-old, she aspires to be a singer in the times to come. And that dream … Continue reading Nugget-20: This 9-Year-Old Girl Inspired Me Today!
When I lost my father, everything in my life was falling apart. I had every reason to cry, lament and ultimately end my life there and then. But, there was a part of me which kept telling me, in due time this phase shall pass. That was Hope. Today, I have very much moved on … Continue reading Nugget-19: What Kind Of A Feeling Is Hope?
Good times bring joys. Bad times bring opportunities to excel and make us worthy of greater joys. In a nutshell, bad times are not really bad. They are just goodness in disguise. We the people of this world have the propensity to run away from bad experiences. We spend so much of our lives focusing … Continue reading Nugget-17: Bad Times Are Goodness In Disguise!
Smartness is not worth a dime unless you create something valuable out of it. Else, your smartness is poised to become a part of history in weeks, months or maybe years to come. Smartness is nothing unless put into action. None would acknowledge you as a smart chap unless you have something palpable to support … Continue reading Mini #6: Being Smart Is Not Enough. It Needs Work.
The only person you can help, save, change, fix or adjust is yourself. You can do that to others only when they feel the need to be helped, saved, changed, fixed, or supported by you. Ergo, should you listen to other people? It’s up to you. And, the same way, should others listen to you? … Continue reading Mini #5: If You Listen To Others, Should Others Listen To You As Well?