A Quote for life!

“A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.
Specialization is for Insects

Robert A Heinlein
(American science-fiction writer,1907-1988)

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Happy New Year

Yes, this year on the New Year, we were on a happy trip to Delhi and it was nice. We went to Dehradun, Missouri, Agra and a few places in and around Delhi and met a few people there too. It was a nice trip that let us get into the new year with happiness in the eyes. Though late, but let me wish you a very Happy New Year, people. Hope you have a wonderful, prosperous and blissful year of 2015!

There are many things to be done this year. I feel, this is THE YEAR and I am sure this is going to change a few things in life too. Already, with just a month gone, I am seeing things both at the professional and the personal front which are telling me that this year is going to be special. Let me not spill the beans right away. Time should bring in the news one by one.

Just ending the post (I know it is small) with this thought, which is making me feel sad intermittently these days. We are surrounded with people and few of them are our friends. When we are distressed we seek empathy from them and vice versa. But at times a few of them forget what we did for them and just keep reminding what they did for us. I think there should not be a balance sheet in friendship with all the credits and debits of help, empathies, sympathies and comforts that the friends share; but I may be wrong.

There are also instances where we can see our friends in very bad conditions – troubled, helpless and disturbed – and yet we can do nothing to help or comfort him/her. How can you see someone whom you love so much, someone whom you consider your close friend, someone whom you care for, die a slow death? But at times, as I said, you will also have to live with it.

This world has become so complex. It is hard to maintain a friendship and extend selfless assistance. The amount of jealousy, wariness, distrust and pessimism in other relationships which are equally dear to you will prevent you from doing what you want to or are able to do for a friend; or for anyone else, for that matter! I am not sure if I could express what I want to say now. I have not been writing these days, and it is somehow becoming tough for me to put my thoughts in words, I can feel it.

Anyways, with the Valentine’s Day around the corner, I wish you all a very good time ahead. Try to respect your relationships and provide same level of comfort, space and ease that you would want to enjoy. Do not make things complex – neither for yourself nor for others. And I wish those who are searching, that you find THE ONE for yourself who LOVES you in all varied meaning of that word. 
Have fun!

PS: I normally do not preach through this blog, but then I think this post has gone wayward.


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