Thursday, July 19, 2007

Expectations, Reality and Painful frustrations

Life comes in a package.

There are some good, some bad and some silent items inside that package.

When we find good ones, we become so much selfish with them, that we never know how and when the good part is over.
Then comes the bad part, we are so pained that we feel each and every moment of it.Everything seems to be painful, even smile pains.

All these leads to the silent part. We stop enjoying each and everything. Tend to ignore everything, we become so much indulged into ourselves that we can't see people and loved ones around us.

At this point the differences starts to peep in, it happens with every one. May be its your family members, spouse or friends.

Although I keep telling to my friends that "Nothing comes for free, you pay for everything in one form or other" but still I myself feel very shattered, broken, ripped sometimes. But still didn't know how to overcome all this ERP (Expectations, Reality and Painful frustrations)syndrome.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

The Presidential Row

I am just watching the talk show on the same topic. There is a discussion is going between Manu Sanghavi (Congress) Rajiv Rudhi (BJP) and few other person from masses.

We as a people of a democratic country like India, are bound to accept whatever is being slapped on us as a president.

And what MR. Sanghavi was telling that this is the way President is selected. I feel sorry for being a sincere voter for this democracy. I think our way of handling these issues need to be revisited (like so many rules and regulation we are facing in our life today). Presidential post should have a mandate and option of direct voting from citizens also.

Also in regular polls, we must have a option for voting against a candidate. Normally if we see the statistics of any candidate, mostly the winning candidate are not the most favourite ones, they are the one with most votes in favour. If you count the votes against them, it will be always higher than the votes in their favour.

If this continues to be like this, I may to think again before going out to vote.

Hoping to see a more organised and mature political scenario in India.