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It was late in the evening. Messy hair, drops of sweat trickling down the forehead, face having pale grim look with lost morning charm, tired looking eyes with loose specs, sweat-soaked shirt with folded sleeves, body tilted towards the shoulder carrying the handbag, with lethargic leg movements, I was dragging myself from office to home. Mind either stays in past or worries about future. Sometimes this journey can be the longest if you don’t have a good day at the office. I had a bad one. I was tired, exhausted and sleepy & the only relaxing feeling I had was to reach home ASAP and rest. But everything changed when I met with a smiling face. Continue reading “With A Smile: Vishnu”
‘Her condition is critical’, said the Doctor, ‘She is battling for her life’, Akash, holding his two-year-old son, broke. How could Shilpa take such a drastic step? Consuming sleeping pills, when life surrounds you with difficulties from all corners, seems to be the easiest option. At the age of 22, Shilpa was no different then. She did the same and attempted to suicide. Yet life had other plans for her. Continue reading “The Story of a Suicide Survivor: Shilpa Agarwal”
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A train journey can be very awkward sometimes. It can be overwhelmed with the feeling of happiness to meet someone or feeling of sorrow to leave our beloved one. Either dwelling in past incidents of our life or worrying about future happenings. The mind is full of thoughts with no head or tail attached to it. If coupled with sleepiness & hunger, train journeys can at times be even worse. Mine was no different until I met A Blind Old Man. Continue reading “A Blind Old Man”
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To be honest, it has been because of a failure. A failure of a dream, A failure of a try to do something different. A failure of an attempt, to challenge the world. I failed, yet I succeeded.
A burning desire to do something extraordinary started it all. Maybe the quest of earning money fueled this. I summoned all the courage to start a Clothing Merchandising Business, tried hard, really hard with petty resources, helped by few wonderful ladies around me and did a decent job, initially. But, decent job definitely not enough. The unknown territory I put myself into only bought troubles, hardships and agony. I pushed my limits, tried harder but my ability didn’t back me up & inexperience did little help. Ultimately, after the struggle of dozens of the week I fell, probably I accepted the hard reality. I accepted the failure.
I jumped into such a territory which really never meant for me. With little knowledge of supply chain and little time to devote, this end was inevitable.
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