Saturday, March 09, 2013

Ten Things I've Learned The Hard Way!

Posted by Sunaina Patnaik at Saturday, March 09, 2013


1. The corporate world can make your life bizarre and give you a massive head-ache. No matter how awesome you are (or you were), you will turn into a person with too many complications. 

You miss your crappy college and the person you used to be!

2. There are times when people change drastically and you end up looking like a deluded fool having no clue of the situations and of course, the repercussions. 

Accept the change and move on! 

3. A person can do a lot. Like, a lot! 

All that we need to do is, prioritization and hell yes, get rid of the damned procrastination.

4. There are moments when little things can irk you. There are moments when your brain can create all lame stories about 'those little things'.

Gimmeeee a break!!! Those little things do not even matter, you demented brain.

5. Have a little faith in yourself! 

6. There are moments when we are so into some crappy work and ignore our friends, life and  all that and turn into a replica of a person we once hated.

On a serious note, why do you need anything else when you have no peace, love, happiness and in this process, your life turns crapper. Doesn't it?

7. Appreciate the people you have in your life and be glad that you have them before it is too late.

Yes, before it is too late for everything! ;-)

8. Promises are broken, scattered, twisted, forgotten, and in few cases, they are thrown out of the window. 

Well, I've learned that you can do nothing about them. Seriously,what can you?

9. SHUT UP and mind your job. No, really!

10. Yawn! I am glad the final one is here. I ran out of ideas already. :D

Music and books can pull you out of any distress. One should always depend on them for comfort.

2 comments:

Asisha on 18 Mar 2013, 03:03:00 said...

I totally agree to the last one !!

and the others too actually,.. ! :D

Sunaina on 20 Mar 2013, 07:26:00 said...

:-)

 

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