It’s a Wednesday morning and the view from my desk is serene.
The clouds seem like there would be no scope for the sun to shine on today.
It’s 11.15am and it looks like it’s almost 19.00pm.
There’s a lot of rain drops passing by the window pane.
I can hear the sound of the wind and the rain clashing and it’s quite scary if I may add.
So when I watch those drops pass by my window at a fast pace, a random thought just passed by.
There are so many moments and situations we have to go through in life.
Some of them get through in a jiffy while some take longer than they should.
The good moments get done quickly and the sad ones stick to us longer than we want to.
Life is like a see-saw. Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down.
Life is also like a never ending slide.
You’re always in motion. No stoppage in time.
So instead of ranting, dreaming and being tensed, why don’t we just sit back and enjoy the show?
Life is not boring. It can give you so many moments where you can laugh at yourself or cry!
- One of my school friends has a habit of missing a train/plane/bus journey every time he visits us.
- You can copy an entire paper including the roll number of the person too ( been there, done that)
- We were stranded without a place in Manali for a few hours (actually we hadn’t booked a place either so it fits)
- We went to trek in shorts and the temperatures fell below 5 degrees. How sweet, ain’t it?
This is just few of the things I could mention which at the time were very serious but now when I look back, I can laugh over it.
Like they say, Life is what you make of it.
So stop being tensed… Just enjoy the show!
And while you’re at it, listen to this song by Lenka. It’s really touching!
Today’s topic is about breaking the stereotype in a family life situation,
Sunday mornings means I go to church!
Firstly to make it clear, I do like going for mass.
Also, it’s one time of the week when I get to hear my favorite choir sing and that’s awesome.
Today’s sermon gave me an idea which I had to convert into a blog post.
The thought is about 90% of us being part of a stereotype. When given a situation, 90% of us would always see just one side of it.
For me to convince you about being part of a stereotype, let’s look at a situation.
There are 4 people in the family. The first person “A” enters home with an empty bottle. That person throws the bottle on the floor and then proceeds to hit one of the family member “B”.
There’s “C” who is reading the newspaper and is scared to interfere.
The last person “D” is engrossed using the smartphone and is scared to react.
So what did you imagine?
Did you imagine a drunk father entering the house post his drinking session and hitting the wife while the kids just watched and were scared to react?
It’s not wrong to think like that. I did that too.
Although, why couldn’t it be the elder sister entering home and raising her hand on the younger brother while the old parents watched because they were too weak to react?
It’s because we as a society show domestic and physical abuse only through the eyes of a drunk man!
To conclude, this topic did ring some bells and got me thinking about how we react to certain situations unknowingly.
We just don’t see the whole picture.We judge directly without proper research.
Either you can share my thinking or can question my thoughts. I’d love to hear your views on this topic.