‘Unconditional love’ – an unlimited way of showing affection without any limitations. The love which remains constant and unchanged regardless of the actions or behavior of the recipient. The love without conditions, that knows no boundaries. It doesn’t happen solely on people, it may vary from a pet to something obscure and imaginary. All in all the love which doesn’t have any expectations attached.
” Parents were the only ones obligated to love you; from the rest of the world you had to earn it ” – Ann Brashares.
It’s true that parents are the only ones who give us that unconditional love at all the times which is irreplaceable by anyone or anything. Although here I’m talking about that unconditional love which may not be equal or irreplaceable of our parent’s love, yet they love us unconditionally. Who? PETS
It’s been 3 years since we’ve moved to a new community in Vijayawada where the majority of residents are senior citizens, living their second innings in a peaceful locality but apart from their children. I haven’t seen any younger crowd around my age. At first, I thought life in this community will be boring. Therefore I didn’t let myself to be monotonous, and then I started introducing myself to some of the senior people. As time passed by we used to have small talks with each other and shared a lot of fascinating things. Later the new kid in the block became their granddaughter. At that moment I discerned that my life wasn’t tiresome anymore and I am surrounded by people who were truly packed with distinct experiences, with a different perspective on life.
In these years I’ve discovered that senior people have a thing or two to teach us about enduring change and handling life’s adversity. Even if a senior’s hearing or memory isn’t what it was in the past, our elders have great wisdom to impart. And I desired to share that wisdom with you people through my blog in any manner. So the idea of creating this authentic talk with senior people was originally from my elder brother.
The person I interviewed is Mr. Ram Mohan, 61 years old retired principal of high school living in our community. The reason why I’ve started these authentic talk with this person is being a principal himself he often shares a lot of things with me. I thought it will be more interesting if I interview him and share it with everyone. I prepared a few questions for him before I approached him. He was sitting on a bench enjoying his evening view in a park. I said I want to interview him if he had a moment, the very next reaction was he bust out of laughter. He did not expect I was going to interview him. later he agreed to an interview and this is how our conversation went, I started the first question with
WHY YOU NEED TO READ BOOKS? Because books are one of the awesome creation of humans and have become inevitable to this mankind.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go.”—Dr. Seuss
By reading books we can discover new lands, and become completely different people with a different world. Because they broaden our horizons and assist us to gain new perspectives on life. For some individuals a book is like a best friend who will never walk away from them, as they are packed with knowledge; insights to a happier life, life lessons, love, fear, prayer and helpful advice.
Everyone knows that reading is important, though for a majority of the people reading books is the most familiar habit they have(specifically in resumes). But have you ever asked yourself why that is so? In this post, I will list out 10 reasons why reading is important. I hope you can really find out the reason why reading is so important to you so you can get a brand new desire to explore the world of reading. Continue reading “WHY YOU NEED TO READ BOOKS?”→
Before we go any further, let me tell you that I’m also in my 20 something with
dreams of entrepreneurship to take a plunge, and barely know enough to set up and run a business. I’ve come to know that almost all of us think about starting a business at some point. And there are a lot of precious things to learn in this plethora of information, so I thought to make a dedicated series on entrepreneurship and let you people get benefited with this. If anyone is thinking that our 20’s is too early to be in this, then I know a line which I read somewhere is
We all are tired of asking and answering the questions based on WHY because the significance of WHY is enormous in our lives. Since childhood, we are used to asking things like Why we have to do this? Why it happens like that? Why I’m not allowed to go out? Why? Why ? and Why?. Continue reading “GO BEYOND THE WHY AND ASK HOW – IT MAKES SENSE.”→
“A drop of honey catches more flies than a gallon of gall”. Some people may have seen this line in the book named How to win friends and influence people which is a master piece of Dale Carnegie , explaining briefly about the line which was said by Abraham Lincoln.
Something that will make your life a thousand times better – a teacher you never had, a friend who will show you the world through completely different eyes, a feeling of belonging and most importantly, hope. It’s a talk where legitimately smart people talking about smart things. But in such a engaging and charismatic way that you just want to watch more and more of them. Okay so , without beating around the bush let me tell you that I’m talking about TED talks, which you gonna know more in this post.
“Make every day count”. This is the kind of indistinct advice that sounds uplifting and positive, but isn’t really that practical on a day to day basis. It’s too amorphous to be applicable as a real life improvement strategy.
For many of us, our 20’s are the precious years of milestones we crossed figuring an outlook on life , learning about family and friends, framing out a career,knowing plenty of unspoken things and slowly but surely knowing ourselves by going through some of the most transformative years of our life and it can be pretty complicated .As every person and day is different ,change and learning comes along inevitably .Just like how we are nothing like we were in a year ago,our thoughts also evolve,especially in our 20’s.So here are some lessons life will teach us and we have to learn, if not learn now
What makes life monotonous? Generally, people are used for a routine lifestyle and do some repetitive, predictable things, this feels little unexciting when things look like planned . Ever felt the same ,then you definitely need a break from your routine life .So, I’ve made a list of some best things to do when bored and want to live those moments. These listicles are simple you can actually start from now and no one denied them being best experiences to have. So, let’s see Continue reading “5 BEST THINGS TO DO WHEN LIFE BECOMES MONOTONOUS”→
May be this is not a snapshot of an actual content on this blog, but I just wanted to post this as my first blog post. Because , a wise person said this to me and I strongly believe that everything happens for a reason(including starting this blog) and by the end I’ll tell you what this statement leads to. Continue reading “3 facts why,EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON-“→