The above opinion is the rants of an optimistic pessimist which was originally intended to focus on ‘the commutation and communication problem coupled with the effects of demonetization issues’ faced during one of the Bangalore trips, but the flow got pivoted to something else !
It is an unusual idea that we’d be a great deal more cheerful if we learnt to be a little more pessimistic.
Vanity has always been the devil’s favourite sin, and the man who does not see it is very vain himself.
If our condition were truly happy we need not divert ourselves from thinking about it, but most of the times we have to face the desperate facts of our situation head on. Continue Reading!
As always, every post starts with how the idea of writing that post struck me, as I see ideas are what matters. Most of the time bloggers, keep waiting for that one idea to come across their mind on which they could build an article, “how to get that idea!” in itself could be an idea for an article, but that would sound too main stream. Let’s focus on the positives of the subject in hand! Continue Reading!
Trying to attain that balance
This is from the eyes of a teenage boy, who is in a dilemma, if he’s still a kid or an adult (A kid at heart). Every adult wishes to be a kid once again and every kid has to act like an adult at times. I accept that I don’t know anything else about ‘Optimism and Pessimism’ other than the very fact that an optimist sees the glass of water as half full and a pessimist sees the same glass as half empty. But generally, these are the two of many different shades of humanity or specifically the attitude of humans under different circumstances. No man can be one hundred percent either optimistic or pessimistic. Continue Reading!