With thousands of thoughts and ideas to begin something new everyday, I had been procrastinating continuously in converting my ideas into action. Had created this blog with the inner urge to share my thoughts to the outer world. It’s been more than two years since I created this blog. But I hardly posted anything. The main challenge in anything is to continue them further and not starting them.
We’ll be hearing this in many occasions that
A good start is half done. However, I feel that nothing without self appraisals will work out. Now I promise myself that I would be maintaining this blog efficiently and effectively in the days to come. Only when we get hard on ourselves, life gets easier and better. Because, only when we start speaking/thinking about solutions, progress happens and not when we speak/think about problems. Feed backs and criticisms are most welcome. Will try my best to post about anything in particular, if I am requested to.
Trust yourself. Create the kind of life you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into the flames of achievement.
– Foster C. McClellan
I believe that being a regular blogger would help me think further and analyse various things which I had previously stopped just by thinking, without actually doing anything further for it.
Never run away from what will help you grow and step into your greatness, no matter how uncomfortable it makes you feel.
– Robin Sharma
When I spend loads of time in Facebook, Twitter and other news sites, posting different things and commenting my views, I feel that that wouldn’t make much difference if I keep on continuing that. That’s exactly when I realized the need to create my own blog and create an identity for my thoughts. Everyone has a unique world around them. Everyone see the world very uniquely. I started realizing that my point of view is so important when people around me started seeing me differently all through my life. When I believe that the way I think is different and important, there’s no point in being idle. I’d like to quote the legendary writing by Tamizh poet Bharathi, here.
தேடிச் சோறு நிதந் தின்று
பல சின்னஞ் சிறு கதைகள் பேசி
மனம் வாடி துன்பம் மிக உழன்று
பிறர் வாட பல செயல்கள் செய்து
நரை கூடி கிழப் பருவம் எய்தி
கொடும் கூற்றுக்கிரையென பின் மாயும்
பல வேடிக்கை மனிதரைப் போலே
நான்வீழ்வேன் என்றே நினைத்தாயோ
When I was in my school days, I’d always hate the History subject. I had been thinking that what’s the point of learning and knowing who fought with whom and at what place and at what date, why the hell we are made to memorize the dates, names, places, etc. which happened long ago, what if we learn it and what if we don’t learn it. I strongly felt that there’s no significance in knowing the useless history that happened over the course of time. However, post completion of my school education, I started getting interested more in history and realised the significance of history. That’s precisely the moment, which tempted me and changed the way I lead my life.
The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honourable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
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