How many minutes of conversation you have on the phone during the day? We all have a lot of contacts saved, but maybe talk with only about 10% on a daily/weekly basis. Now, think for a moment and let us know – how many conversations we actually look forward to and something that we enjoy?
I’ll call you tomorrow. Let’s catch up next week. How many times have we spoken or heard these lines? Well, nothing wrong in there, but there are a few things that keep on getting delayed for various reasons. Sometimes, though, we wish, they were done much earlier and sometimes they remain unfulfilled.
Is it the vibrating cell phone that wakes you up or your door bell? Or are you among those who get up when you want to. What’s the first thing that you do after you are awake? What view do you get when you open the curtains? How’s the morning turning out to be?
Stories that sound incorrect or glorify in a wrong way always hurt us or make us disappointed. In the age of so many such stories that the media reports to us, we like the ones that inspires us to do something or the one that brings in positivity. Infact, today, we long for such stories and are happy to share it with others.
What did you think of when you read the title? Blind men and the elephant? Remember how they interpreted it? We are all fortunate to see and can look at something and most of us could describe an object well. How about doing something different?
Hello. Remember about the five sense we have. See, Hear, Touch, Taste, Smell. Some say, there are many more and not just five. Upto 21. What would be the most powerful sense that you cherish?