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We forget many things when busy!!

Well, after exams, luckily for the first time i got ample of time to introspect , what i exactly m i doing..? Actually , after a gap of 3 yrs i have got time after exams, no sms, no long calls, no training, no busy packed schedule. In the preceding years, i have always been busy with some stuff or other right from the day one, either i start my internship in the very beginning or i started off with some activity or something, used to chat a lot on my cell and then without lookin at the odds I used to join a company for training.. This semester has been bit different in this respect, i am yet to choose a comp for trn, though by God’s grace, I have an option of two.introspection

As of now , I m not regrettin for joinin my trng so late, because i found this time as an incredible break to introspect and bring my conscious back on track. This month, I have been fortunate in getting time to think the odds in my life., I would thank my Almighty for helping me in getting this time for introspection tht is very necessary for a sustainable intensification of life. May be the best part of this time was the restoration of my faith in my God , my instincts, my family and some close friends.

In this busy not so professional routine I was just moving with time while forgetting many of my obligations towards my family and peers, time has been my wisest psychoanalyst in knowing where I was lacking in my personal commitments.

I have learnt a lot abt life with this introspection; I would seriously recommend u to give urself a bit of time in understanding life’s dodgy issues.

This post might not be consequential for u all, but seriously I am happy to fetch few things where I lacked.

God Bless everyone!



PrAT33K said…
nice thought's sir!!
a very positive thought's having
a positive consequence to check our odd's in life and to manage it properly.

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