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My whole day is so busy now a day that I hardly find any time to open my Lap-top. Life seems like set of repetitive incidents disciplined by certain constraints. Formal wear + tie, black shoes, daily savings, fixed timings of lunch, break-fast and dinner; this is what I am doing and trying best to adapt myself in this changed environment... You wish it for or not...but here the atmosphere is such as you are forced to follow the quote “Early to sleep and early to rise”. One thing I would accept that my life seems more systematic and predetermined but it also feels as mechanical.  Well, I am a trainee who is learning OLQs (officer like qualities) who would be an Officer after 20 weeks.  However Creative works are catalyzed in a free environment where your instincts and impulses could flow in an entropic way...But whatever it is ...it is all our choices that we make in our life... Life is a bounded and vaguely partitioned periphery where we need to have discrete steps with compromised attitude. 






Comments

Shruti said…
Very true with whatever you said.. we can't be ourselves.. that's the biggest problem!
Sat_hi_sh said…
Its the way of life na.....
Anyways advance congratulations OFFICER :)

keep blogging
cheers!!!!
BK Chowla said…
All the best .your efforts will bring results.
Roshmi Sinha said…
All the Best! So, the kiddy has finally grown up ;)
eksparsh said…
Very true Amit. After a few years of the same routine, work life becomes extremely monotonous. We then have to experiment with different things. A well-written concise post!
eksparsh said…
Very true Amit. After a few years of the same routine, work life becomes extremely monotonous. We then have to experiment with different things. A well-written concise post!
Singh Amit said…
@Shruti
Thanks a lot.. :)
Missing ur wonderful posts..
Would soon read all.. :)
Cheers!!
Singh Amit said…
@Sathish
Thanks a lot buddy
Keep Visiting
Cheers!!
Singh Amit said…
@Chowla Ji
Thanks a lot :)
Singh Amit said…
@Roshmi
Thanks a lot.. :)
:) :)
Cheers!!
Singh Amit said…
@eksparsh
Thanks a lot :)
Welcome to my blog
Keep Visiting
Cheers!!
Shas said…
Training periods are quite hectic. Yaa, work life becomes a bit monotonous after a while but it depends on us how we break that monotony and am sure u will be able to do it once your training is over.
All the best!
anushree said…
so true...its a vicious circle...keep going n conquer.
all the best!

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