Posts Tagged ‘inspiring’

Dare to Begin

Posted: July 25, 2008 in Personal Life
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To work is easy, to work faster you need pace, and to maintain that
pace you need determination.

I don’t know how many of you might have faced this situation but
generally when I work for a long time I sometimes just minimize all
applications I am working with to take a breathe. Then I justsit in a
relaxed posture and keep on staring my desktop!

At times, the theme of the desktop wallpaper inspires me to keep on
moving. So, once in a while I keep on changing the theme that suits the
best to my mood. You can say it as an unchanged mood I am having
these days that I haven’t changed the current wallpaper theme.

But I guess, the reason is much more than that. 1st of all I just liked the
black N white background. Every time I look into the same I try to find
more meaning out of the so called “pier” theme of mac.It’s more than a
raised walkway over the water. After trying to understand it for several
times I feel that it encourages us to dare to set out for a journey when
the path is not easy …. non the less to begin our journey at least. I think
I will keep the same theme for couple of days more!

Everyone’s Hero

Posted: June 26, 2008 in Personal Life
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Last night, I was bit upset with things in my life!

Nothing to do with anything in particular. I was just bit stressed and
took a breathe to think if I am doing the right thing right way!

Generally, in situations like this I read lots of good and inspiring
stories. I then remembered about a movie I watched long back,
Everyone’s a Hero.

It’s a story about a young baseball fan (Yankee) sets out on a cross-
country quest to recover a famous player Babe Ruth’s stolen bat and
restore his father’s good name in a computer animated family adventure
that shows you’re never too young to be a hero.

I till remember the climax of the movie — when Yankee gets a chance to
play for a Big match, Ruth gives his favorite bat to Yankee. Yankee then
asks surprisingly, it’s your lucky bat and you need it to keep winning.
Then Ruth says, “it’s not the bat, it’s the batter who really wins”.

So no situation can change our life, it’s we who can do the right things
right way.