Steeped in my thoughts, seeing everyone running so fast in their lives to keep pace with the time, a thought strikes me ‘ what am i doing? ‘ 

From very early age only, i had a fervour desire of being independent and start earning on my own. I have almost done my graduation and have got placed (almost) but still i haven’t earned a single penny yet. Which really dismayed me. I think i have lost that passion. The busy schedule and the hussle bussle of life has faded all those sparkiling passions which i used to hold as a child. 

Four years of graduation and these fours have given and taken and taught me soo much. These years can’t be portrayed in words. I have done my graduation in electronics and communication and when i commenced this course, i was full of passion of achieving laurels but that charm,that creativity faded with time.  But i wouldn’t let this technical world to take away my creativity, my envisage. 

There will be a new beginning and that lost charm and creativity will be regained. As creativity cant be found in designing and art stuff only. Its in our imagination and we can be creative in any field we want. Its just thr matter of thinking and how much passion and will you are ready to put in in your work.

5 Things You’ll Learn From Studying Your Past

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1. You are never going to be the same person you were yesterday.

Changes are always gradual and almost imperceptible. The effects from sadness or happiness happens over time. It starts to shift your perception slightly, day by day. You will become more cynical but you won’t notice it at all until one day you will encounter something from your past — a simple pop love song, a happy sitcom ending — something that you might have regarded with earnest hope when you were sixteen, but now realize you’ve lost because you are no longer that same person. As every day passes, you lose a little bit of the person you were to become the person you are going to be.

2. Same old problems – but the way you deal with them becomes exceedingly complex.

Family problems, love problems, money problems, they might be slightly…

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18 Struggles Of Having An Outgoing Personality But Actually Being Shy And Introverted

this is me i guess 😛

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This… this is my soul song, people. This is my Vietnam.

1. You’re not anti-social, you’re selectively social.

2. At any given point, you have one (maybe two) best friends who are your entire life. You’re not a “group of friends” person. You can’t keep up with all that.

3. Social gatherings that are supposed to be “rites of passage” like prom and dances and other such typical nonsense is just… not for you. You don’t understand it. You want nothing to do with it.

4. When you do choose to grace a party with your presence, you are the life of it. You’re dancing on the table and doing body shots until 3 a.m.

5. … You then retreat into three days of complete solitude to recover.

6. You go out of your way to avoid people, but when you inevitably have to interact with them, you make it…

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Why We Need To Appreciate Our Own Aloneness

Mohadesa Najumi

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A great writer once said; the only way out is in. This is certainly true today as everyone takes his or her own individual path towards escapism. We are all trying very hard to escape our daily lives, or even worse, ourselves. We do this through staring down at our mobile phones every chance we get, by filling our minds with endless non-stimulations such as television and by spending countless hours in the companies of others. Nobody wants to be alone, and even worse; nobody wants to be alone with their abyss of thoughts and doubts. When you are amongst a group of people and most of them are busy doing something on their phone; you must know that these people aren’t exceptionally busy. But, it is just easier to engage with a device that does not require any human interaction. Truth is, most of us aren’t aware of…

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20 Things You Shouldn’t Do In Life

Let everything comes to you. Give life chances to throw surprises at you.

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1. Don’t ever try to explain to someone why you are worth their time. If you feel you have to, that’s a pretty sure sign it isn’t worth your time.

2. Don’t confuse deserving something with wanting something. There is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting something, for feeling that you need it, for chasing after it and striving for it. The danger comes in feeling that you deserve it or that it is owed you. You deserve nothing but what you have earned and nobody and nothing owes you anything.

3. Don’t allow your past to define how you see yourself. Those people who never change are those people who never learn and who never believe in themselves enough to be better, to be more. Don’t be one of those people.

4. Don’t walk through life with a closed heart and mind. Be open to new ideas, experiences, places and…

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25 Things Every Woman Should Have By The Time She Turns 25

true.

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1. Enough confidence to no longer feel the need to justify what she eats, who she dates or what she wears, not only to other people, but to herself. 

2. A bank account with three months’ living expenses in it.

3. Only the phone numbers, Facebook friends, weekend plans, and roommates she actually wants.

4. A best friend who is like a sister.

5. A space of her own.

6. A good idea of what she needs in a romantic relationship, not just what she wants, or what she thinks she needs, and the willingness to explore different people and other ideas to find what exactly that is.

7. A closet of what she considers to be her “staples,” and among these things, something to wear to an interview, funeral, wedding, impromptu Friday night drink at a casual bar and dream date if ever someone were to call out of the…

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