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The Story of Aspiration Expressed In His Own Words




"There will be time when you will almost give up,
Almost give up all that you ever aspired,
That's when you resolve not to give up,
And try hard one more time."



Once there lived a young man called aspiration. He always spoke of big ideas and dreams. When others asked him what his secret ingredient to staying positive was, he would say it was the magic of his secret friend called inspiration. Inspiration was not his only friend; he had another close pal called optimism who was sworn enemy of pessimism.

As days rolled by aspiration only grew from strength to strength. Everyone seemed to be flattered with his immaculate persistence and drive to achieve. All seemed to be going well until a gal from next town called reality came into his life. She was quiet a beauty in her own right. Many a men had laid down their arms and had given into her pressure tactics.

Aspiration said to self and the world that he would never give up like others. He for sure was not in her good books and often got into trouble. Days kept going from good to bad and there were signs of desperation in aspirations life.

His friend optimist too seemed to be losing battle with pessimism. Inspiration for sure was still hanging in and trying hard to stay afloat amidst the strong currents of pessimism which seemed to be only getting stronger. Aspiration was holding onto the little hope that Inspiration gave.

It was in these troubled times he came across the old man called motivation. He was the turning point in aspiration’s life. With his years of experience of having fought the deadly duo of pessimism and his own twin brother De-motivation, he helped aspiration and instilled hope. The fight back was tough but as they say, “all's well that ends well”, victory was hard fought but it was a jubilant one worth the trouble.

-          VJ Says ~ Cheers and Peace!

Comments

  1. Wow! Just loved the way you have presented the whole idea. Very engrossing read!

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  2. Liked the way you have portrayed the whole scenario :)

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  3. All's well that ends well. So true.
    Loved the way you've crafted this piece of writing.
    Well done :)

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    This is a rather tragic story of some helpless employees working in C-DAC, Trivandrum a government of India organisation under DeiTY. Please help us by spreading or posting some advice. Please do not see this as abogus post or the one intended for 'hits'. Please spread.

    As we have said in the post, its impossible for us to go against the management openly as it will cost our jobs. We are not permanent employees. We are just on contract. They can just let us go today if they want. And most of us being only 'employed ones' from our family, we cannot afford to lose our jobs. So as we said an open protest is difficult even if legally. Its ridiculous that a central govt org is doing this. Yes, they are and have been doing this sort of things as ths org is not that much in public domain. Most of the public dont even know such an org exists. So thats why we are seeking public help to spread awareness of things happening. Once its in the public they will feel threatened. And as we cannot possibly bring this out in the public [as it will cost our jobs] we ask for social media help. Thanks again.

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