Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Government Office

Sometime back, I went to a private company for some document submission.

The guy there said sweetly, "Sir, this shouldn't have been printed back to back. No problem. Please give me".

I still asked for the policy document which said it shouldn't be printed back to back.

Time to pay back... Today, I went to a government office for some work.

The guy there was very angry, "Hello, you shouldn't have printed this back to back. Get it printed on separate pages and come".

I said, "OK, sir" (the point is, he is not even the 'sir'), ran back to the printing shop, scolded the guy for not knowing this simple thing and printed it on separate pages and ran back to the government office.

Another guy sitting in the same place now, "Hello, who asked you to print this in separate pages? You should print it back to back as per the process. If you don't know ask people", with the same artificial angry face.

I said, "OK, sir" very politely and handed him the previous one I had, feeling guilty for scolding the printing shop guy without knowing how government offices operate.

The guy seems to be still unhappy about something. "Back to back is okay. Tell me where you got this format. It's not as per the process".

What do I do now??? Ask for the process document??? :)

#Halfiction

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Life Lesson from Dravid

I have an interesting experience to share with you from my association with Cricket as a fan. I am not sure how many of you would even be able to relate to this. I used to be madly in love with the game till my college days. After that I have almost removed it completely from my life. But there is one thought that has been remaining from those days and has been helping me in my life personally every now and then, which was taught by none other than our Rahul Dravid. When things are going really really horrible in life, I am reminded of his style of batting. I just tell myself, 'Boy, this is not your over. Let it beat you. You just need to wait. It may be one more over, two more overs, few more overs or even many more overs. But don't lose your wicket. Just stay on. You will have your own time and your own over. Then you hit your boundaries." Unbelievably, this has worked wonders every time. I have waited and hit boundaries, which I wouldn't have if I had lost my wicket (hope) in desperation. Had I done something more productive like reading or writing in the amount of time I wasted watching Cricket, maybe I would have been a better individual now. But this one lesson... has always made it worth.

Saturday, December 03, 2016

God

God!
Why do you send human beings to destroy other Gods?

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Anniversary Musings

Is it your lover that gifts for your birthday as well as their birthday?
Then your love will be a success!

Is it your spouse that apologies for their mistake as well as your mistake?
Then your marriage will be a success! :P

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Eyes

Do they just see things?
Don't they also show many things!

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