We all need to find our inner child.
Continuing my last post on hypocrisy and judgmental behaviour, I have another incident that supports argument.
I’d applied to get a photocopy of my answer scripts to check my errors. When I applied they told me that it’ll take 8-10 days, and once they get it they’ll SMS me and I’d have to go and get it.
I waited, 8 days went away, 10 days went away, the 12th day came and I started to panic a little. Have they even processed my application? Was there something wrong with my application? Thoughts haunted me. I called them up but they didn’t pick up!
Then my trauma started unable to control myself I went to the office to confront them. There they looked me up and told that it’s not yet come. If there ceased to soak at that I have left with a rather can mind. But the official said that it might take 5 more days since they are GIVING PREFERENCE TO SCIENCE STUDENTS. This enraged me.
Aren’t all students equal. Who was the one who decided that students who don’t want to pursue engineering and medical to be dumb? Who decided that the rest are un important? I’m not trying that people who study poor subjects or study bushes and management be the most important but it’s time you gave us some respect.
Let’s approach it systematically. After an engineer graduates he starts working in a company. But he is supervised, monitored and hired by a person who studied management. Same with doctors, they are governed by the management!
People who decide to stray away from norms are not dumb but smart as they are the ones who will monitor the supposed socially accepted smart people.
In this existence of life we objectify our ambitions towards wealth, power and popularity. But in this process what we eventually forget is that the penultimate soul of humanity is being detained.
Like all Mysoreans; I too idolize Narayan Murthy, the founder of the multinational giant “INFOSYS” from scratch. Being an immensely motivational speaker Mr.Murthy has always stressed upon imbibing these morals and I thought I should share it to y’all-
- First, I want to emphasize the importance of being trustworthy in all your dealing.
- Second, fear is natural but you should not let your actions be governed by it. Just as fear may sometimes be the hidden voice of your intuition pointing out what your rational mind may not yet have seen, it is also sometimes an invitation to explore a new part of yourself and the world.
- Third, a supportive family is bedrock upon which satisfying lives and careers are built. Create a support system for yourselves with people who will rejoice in your success and be there for you during your moments of dilemma, self-doubt and moral conflicts. With this rock- like support behind you, you can endure almost anything in your career.
- Fourth, excellence in works leads to excellence in life and vice-versa. Unless you are a happy person at home, you cannot be a happy person in the office. Success in life is when others’ light up when you walk in the room, and your eyes light up when you are with other people. Enjoy life. Share jokes with your colleagues and family. Take your work seriously but not yourself!
- Fifth, learn how to manage yourself, especially your feelings, in a way that respects the dignity of others and yourself.
- Finally, live your life and lead your career in a way that makes a difference to your society, When one day you make a mark on the world, remember that, in the ultimate analysis, we are all mere temporary custodians of the wealth we generate, whether it be financial, intellectual or emotional. The best use of all your wealth is to share it with those less fortunate.
I hope that the above words stroked a chord in your heart and inspired you! 🙂