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Friday, January 16, 2009

Who Enjoys It?

Some are doing it, some do not. I always seem to fall in the latter. They do different things, different activities and seem to enjoy it all. For me somehow once the Primary activity starts turning a bit and infact a lot boring I seem to shed the other added ones too.

Some stand up and like giving motivational speeches, which I think are mostly worthless, some do all the work in life and you never know, and some write sitting in their 3 seater room ... :-|

I sometimes end up drinking along with my similarly-bored friend, same Old Monk with dry peanuts, Chakli and watery green chutney and discuss the same things over and over again. Its all about thinking about those great days of Work. Did I say great???

It was thinking about BTech days while being at work, although I thought that the next degree would be back to that kind of fun, but I miss something.

Miss TIME, just to be, just to roam around, discuss stupid stuff with people, read some nice stuff, read books, watch cricket all simple things in life. Taking walks during night-time through the dusty lanes here, me and another of seemingly lost friend, talk about not getting what we wanted here and what we will get after here, thats one of those simple things, but not much otherwise.

I am sick of those same old jargons, I am bored of people not knowing and saying anything about anything without thinking (ha, they call it thinking on the feet), tired of the same old classroom, excel sheets, mera DELL and writing the most stupid pieces of assignments in the history of assignments.

New Year, already half a month past and still to add that much needed freshness, because all things tend to become same over a period, especially when you are in this corner of Mumbai.

Desperately looking forward to March, time for escape to Villages and it would be fun for sure.

People think that I am frustu, but its just the lack of time and senselessness of what I am doing, I know that I need, a new pair of lenses to view the world.

Literally, these specs are old and loose now :D

10 comments:

diwakarkaushik said...

u will never knw wat u want....
keep googling, tell me if u find something close, i would sincerely be interested in knowing

Dhairya said...

love this post...i so identify with it.. dunno whether to feel sad or happy..so both emoticons here :) :(

Sandy said...

feel sad for you desi....
don' worry tera bhi time aayega...
bas kuch din aur...

Smartalec said...

do you wish to be told that you ain't alone?! well guess what... you aren't!

oh well! it seems like such depressing rantings have become a part of a mundane routine which we try to embellish, by hook or crook! so be ready for the reunions towards the month end... 99% i'm there! after a long trip in the himalayas though ;)

Kapil Barve said...

Abe MBA khatam hoga ek din...
bas intezaar thode din aur...

Sandy said...

abe desi, MBA ke baad MS kar lena ya koi NGO joi kar lena...
job main jayega to bhi shayad frustate hi hoga...
ya kisi college main prof shrof banne ka try karna...

cOOL_aLIEN_fRM_mARS said...

does "indifference" sound good to you? :)

Krishna said...

Dekh Bhai...seedhi seedhi baat. If you are a normal human being, then that's sure you may seldom end up being in a situation which you cannot handle the best! Maybe this is one of them for you.
Life keeps giving us number of options, followed by number of opportunities to learn! funde nahin hain...ek baar soch kar dekh thodi der...shayad thoda samajh aayega...Remember tu kitna excited rahta tha about joining management college, doing MBA!
One beautiful line from one of the legendary songs, I think tera bhi favourite hai
Tujhse Naraaz Nahi Zindagi Hairaan Hoon...
To naraaz to bhai koi nahi ho sakta...hum khud hi choose karte hain apne liye..bas hota itna hai ki sometimes its pleasantly satisfying experince, sometimes a tough, terrifying experience! Learning never ends. It's just that it comes in some or the other way. haan...hairaani zaroor hoti hai just because it is restrained with uncertainty and we have to go through it for being human. But I think little introspection and considerate thoughtful activities would make things easier for you!
Mast rah jaise raha karta tha...bas ye soch saare faisle tere hi hain...feel fortunate enough your parents gave you enough flexibility to choose what u like to do ...to bas enjoy kar! learn to put things off and then do and enjoy what you want, no matter if it is something, not directly related to your profession or on other part, ur favourite BAKAR only! :)

Supriya Narang said...

Idea du : Pune aa jao sunday ko ;)
sath me life ko galiyaan denge :)

TheQuark said...

I think MindTree should have an alumni day. I can imagine, coming to office by 10 am, chatting, chai, pretend to do something by 12 and then much awaited luncheon:

* Programming stuff with Akshat
* Kapil ka kimkartavyavimood rehna
* Akshay Machcho
* Sethi ki Europa talaash
* Taklu ki katil hasi
* Nitesh ka CCD (aur Akshat ka CCD waiter)

but you were the glue man :) I am dead sure those morose MBA guys are not able to handle your level of creativity,imagination and bakar.

Volleyball and yeah then back to BSK. Aur wahaan milta thha Hariya