Tale of pink sea sails

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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT STUDENT !!!

DANCER , MUSIC AND FASHION LOVER & OCCASIONALLY A  BADMINTON PLAYER. LOVE TO READ NOVELS (ESPECIALLY FICTION) , ANCHORING AND OF COURSE BLOGGING :)


I'm a girl sailing away in search of tomorrow on every shore with girly pink sails learning to develop problem solving skills, battling crazy uncontrollable winds & rough waves .People might laugh at my pink sails but I'm determined to make it stylish and girly. They might treat me just like a book . If the cover doesn't catch the eyes they might refuse to read what is inside me but I refuse to be anchored at the harbour. Adventure and exploring are what I need. It's called the tale of pink sea sails. 


Monday, 28 November 2016

Hastha's Scrapbook !: HURT ?! BROKEN ?! LET IT GO ?!��Kids , Adults or t...

Hastha's Scrapbook !: HURT ?! BROKEN ?! LET IT GO ?!��Kids , Adults or t...: HURT ?! BROKEN ?! LET IT GO ?!�� Kids , Adults or teens . We have all been hurt. We have all gone through some kind of emotional pain. ...

HURT ?! BROKEN ?! LET IT GO ?!👂

Kids , Adults or teens . We have all been hurt. We have all gone through some kind of emotional pain.  Sometimes  you wish your mind had a delete button and by clicking on it you could delete all the disturbing thoughts.  ‘Chuk it’ , ‘leave it’ , ‘let it go and move on’ ... These words are easier said than done.

What do we do with these hurt feelings ? I guess the decision is ours . We allow these hurt feelings  to make us bitter or better ? We can either shut ourselves down and let it destroy us completely or we can make a choice up-front to make space for new joy and happiness in our lives.

Over the course of time I have learnt that people are not always going to be there for you. We live in an age where we cannot count on our friends always . Of course not every person who shakes hands with you is your friend. The only person you can count on is ‘you’.  Instead of being a friend to you people are only going to exclaim about how awesome their friends are. Sometimes all you need is a ‘listening ear’. But you end up listening to empty words.

During a particular bad incident you notice people choose to be where there is money , power and fame. It’s human psychology. Very few stand up for you. Very few stand up for the truth.  In a situation like this you have to stop because even though you have everything sometimes you are absolutely broken from the inside.

The only option you have is to make the commitment to let it go . When you are filled with pain and hurt you cannot open up for anything new. The future seems very unclear.  Are you going to live the rest of your life like this ? Believe in time . It heals everything. No you are not going to forget a bad incident. But with time you will be able to live with this.

There is no use of resorting to the ‘blame game’ because you cannot always expect an apology from the other person. It’s like how the famous singer Selena Gomez says “ kill them with kindness”. It’s so true right ? Everyday we are all fighting to be right without realizing that every time we do this a small piece of us dies.

I can be sure of one thing out of personal experience. Often it’s not the incident that kills you. It’s the way the society treats you because of the incident. It’s like one bad incident overshadows all your positive qualities not matter how talented, smart,intelligent , caring and humble you are.

We will definitely make an effort to let it go but if there is one thing that you should know it's this :

 “Nobody deserves to be identified by the worst thing that has ever happened to them ( which is completely out of their hands) . There are so many other qualities to choose from “.




Thursday, 14 July 2016

Hastha's Scrapbook !: YOUR CHOICE NOT THEIR'S !Education , the art of le...

Hastha's Scrapbook !: YOUR CHOICE NOT THEIR'S !Education , the art of le...: YOUR CHOICE NOT THEIR'S ! Education , the art of learning things around us is a part and parcel of life. It is the basic  right of e...

YOUR CHOICE NOT THEIR'S !

Education , the art of learning things around us is a part and parcel of life. It is the basic  right of every human being. Well being of the society depends on the well being of the people. In the recent past various steps have been taken by the government to improve education status in the country. Students have abundant options to choose from. But are you choosing your career wisely ? Are you doing what you like ?

Career is something that helps us support ourselves throughout our lives making it one of the important decisions in life. It's a well known saying that if you choose a job you love you will not have to work a single day in your life. But for the past few years I have noticed most of the younger generation in the Indian society choosing something what their parents like, choosing something that they feel is a prestige in the society or choosing something because you want all your friends in the same college/university. 
Have you ever asked yourself  " what's my choice ? " . Do you really want to become an engineer, a doctor , a pilot or a lawyer ? Or did u just get into it because somebody kept pressing on you too much ? In the end all you see is a lack of interest among students , peer pressure and increase in suicide rates.

At the age of 13 I decided to become a Chartered Accountant. My parents have been supporting my choice since then . A number of people poured in with discouraging statements saying " Oh my God! why such a difficult path ? Why not medical or engineering instead ? " . Like medical and engineering are easy. I politely pushed them aside saying " It's my choice !" .

I used to hear my friends saying " I wanted to study psychology but my dad wanted me to become an engineer or my mom wanted me to become a doctor" . But did you ever consider what you would like to be in the future ? No you didn't . Because that's the way you are brought up. You are compared with others. you tried to compete with others .
Competition cannot be accepted unless it's a healthy competition. Comparing yourself and trying to impress the rest of the society will not lead you anywhere.

I wish more parents in India would ASK their kids " What they would like to become ? " instead of TELLING them "What they should become ? ". It would bring out the unique talent in each and every one of them. I also wish that more students in the future would be bold enough to do what they like. After all " The choice is your's . Not their's ! "