Thursday, September 10, 2009


Change.... ha ... That is one word that most of us would have prayed not to hear it one more time.. I mean with all politicians using it to entice the public... But you certainly cannot neglect the significance of it.

There are so many people who whine about how mundane their life is.. They wake up in the morning; go to work; make some fake smiles , some true smiles, some sarcastic smiles; try to work for some time; some people really crush their brains; some smart people make their bosses believe that they work when they actually are playing games on the net; most of the time in office are spent in canteen or talking about irrelevant stuff; return home; act as if they are tired; go to bed after a sumptuous meal; and the routine goes on....

I would like to focus on young people especially. I am one among them. I realise that I have so much potential. I could really develop into a tech guru or something big. But the problem is I am totally adaptable. Like for example, I am working in a MNC now. Since I am fresher , I was so ready to accept what ever project they gave me. So I got this high profile. I was initially so happy since I didnt realise that high profile job is something that should not be given to a fresher because it just totally blocks the learning curve. I just sit idly the entire day in office. And my guiltyness is just feeding on my insides. This is so wrong. When I am capable of working hard and learning new things, I should never have been given such a profile. It just creeps me out. My brain has gone dumb. I dont know what to do. I am suffocating. Yet I still have not done anything about it. I have not taken a single a step to get out of the hell. May be this profile would be a dream come true when I reach 30 or 40... but right now.. I have so much energy locked up inside.. And I just dont want to waste them.

1 comment:

  1. Well, Sang, there are a few ways you cld look at your newly discovered disappointment/idleness..


    a) you could see the fact that you have a lot of time to yourself, as an opportunity to study something else that might enhance your knowledge profile/work experience in the future, or,

    b) you could see this current position as simply a stepping stone to the next step, something that God will lead you to, hopefully relatively soon..If you continue to conduct this job well (mundane as it may seem), your current employers may be willing to recommend you to others, securing you a place in an even better position elsewhere..

    Or you could look at this situation in both of the above ways..even better..

    So you see, there's always a bright side to every scenario..if we look for it..

    That's my little word of wisdom for the day..;)

    I'll pray everything works out for you..keep me posted..