HAKUNA MATATA SONG!!!
Got it at last..
On the third day they appeared before the dean. The Dean said that as this was a special condition all four were required to be in separate rooms for the test. They all agreed as they had prepared well in last three days.
The test consisted of two question with a total marks of 100.
Q1. Write down your Names. (2 marks)
Q2. Which tyre burst ? (98 marks)
Here it goes:
- Not valuing other's time.
- littering on the roads (Some people do it even when the dustbin is right next to them!)
- Cold drinks.
- Our outdated education systems.(It needs to be more practical than theoretical)
- spitting on the road (Why do some people consider roads to their private property..What about your own houses??)
- People who have no concern for the environment.
- Politicians using religion just for the sake of power.
- People who don’t care for their parents.
- Companies which cut trees for construction and don’t replant them.
- People who shirk their responsibilities.
- Waiting on bus-stop for a long time.
- Poor condition of roads.
- Not paying tax.
- Long advertisements on news channels.
- buzzing on messenger.
- False sympathy.
- Wasting food.
Let’s talk about people around us. Even those people whom we might not like, have something good in them, something worth appreciating, and something that we might not see because we don’t want to see, but its still there. It’s just the matter of looking in the right way.
Another message conveyed by this quote is that that things/situations are not always as they look. Many times we are deceived by the situations. We "think" about people and judge them biased by the circumstances.. and many times biased by other's opinion about them. However, knowing them can change opinion about them as we come to know how actually that person is.
Look beyond what you see and then you can see the beautiful colors of life everywhere.
When we meet someone for the first time, we are left with an impression of that person.. Yes.. "The first impression." Someone (don't ask me who!) has said "First impression is the last impression." Should it be so? Not really!
When we go to purchase a book and we don't have much time, then we just judge the book from its cover and its preface. If it’s good, we assume that the book is good and we purchase it. We don't go through the contents. The actual worth of the book is known only after going through it.
So is the case with humans. Meeting someone for just 10 minutes and judging the person, based on the looks or the way he carries himself, isn’t fair. We might not like this, but more often than not out first judgment about a person is misleading. Looks deceive. People pretend to be what they are not. One needs to be careful.
We would like to categorize ourselves in the category of people who don’t go by first impressions. Still the fact remains that we all are influenced by the first impressions. No doubt..our brain needs to work a lot!! Be careful in letting the first impression to be the last impression.
"EVERYONE SEEMS TO HAVE A CLEAR IDEA OF HOW OTHER PEOPLE SHOULD LEAD THEIR LIVES, BUT NONE ABOUT HIS OR HER OWN."
Instead of commenting about others and interfering in their life they should do something to come out of such low standard talks. When someone is not interfering in their life then why should they? Why do they bother about someone (they don't like) so much that they make that person center of their talks. They don't like someone.. Fine.. Stay away.. Why to create a nuisance when the other person is not troubling? They get down to any level. One should first see where he or she stands and then pass judgments about others. No one is perfect. There is always a scope for improvement. Instead of talking about how wrong others are, one should spend some time thinking on where he or she is going wrong. Get a life losers!! Have an idea about your nowhere headed life rather than finding faults in people and unnecessarily commenting on them. Just live and let live!!