Here’s the post that I talked about in my previous post here. I thought about blogging this while I was sitting on a metro station and later on the same day, I had another experience which gave me two things (or realizations as I would call them) to share.
So, I had an MBA entrance exam and a college presentation on the same day. I couldn’t miss either. So, I left my college after the presentation to reach the exam centre carrying just my admit card and other exam related stuff. Basically, I had nothing to do throughout the route because I wasn’t carrying any books to read or earphones or any such thing. I was bored like crazy because it was a pretty long route. Same process repeated on my return journey and I was supposed to get down at a certain metro station to meet my friend to take some important stuff from him. For some reason, he couldn’t make it on time and I had to wait for him for a long time which again meant sitting idly on the station. While I was there doing absolutely nothing, I had a thought for a second that I left my driving license at the exam centre and boooom! I frantically opened my bag and fumbled through stuff to finally find it. The huge rush of excitement that I had at that moment was amazing! of course, I would had been all freaked out if I wouldn’t have found it but for that small moment, it was such a fresh change from the dullness that I was having all around. And then is when realization 1 dawned upon me (Please don’t kill me for such a long story to just tell this :P): Life would be so boring if everything went according to what we decided for ourselves. Its incredible that God has made it a mix of emotions so tastefully that it lets us experience so many aspects of it.
Realization 2 is actually something that we all experience a lot of times but I’ll write it here because now I have a blog. 😛 Its a very common experience. Actually, on this same day, I had earlier thought about visiting my nearby temple when I reach back home. As I was late, I did not expect the temple to be open by the time I reach because normally it ain’t open at that time. But yes, you must have guessed, I found the temple open. So yeah, the second pretty obvious realization was that mostly, whatever we want gets fulfilled in either a direct or an indirect way. Like in my case, it was a direct way but sometimes we do not realize that what we wanted is being fulfilled but it still is. 🙂
PS: Yesterday, i.e. on Feb 28th, the last mid-sem exams for my B.Tech got over. I wanted to record it on the blog. Yes, college is going to get over soon!