Few Quotes – 12


 

Hi all. Hope all are doing well and must be busy with preparing for upcoming Diwali. I would like to wish all of you a very Happy Diwali in advance. 🙂  After a big gap of more than one and half years, I am posting few of my quotes today. My last post on quotations was in January 2016. Sorry for not posting my quotes for such a long time. I hope these quotes which are related to somewhat what we call work-life balance would be liked by you all. Read, enjoy and share your thoughts on these quotes.

  • Work is never a problem. It’s the people who creates problem in work.
  • Never mix your professional life with your personal life.
  • Work never ends but life does.

Ashish Kumar

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Few Quotes – 11


Hope all are doing good in new year. A new beginning has made its arrival. So here I am with few of my quotes after almost 3 months gap. Whenever I get a chance to write quotes I definitely do the same and it gives me a pleasurable feeling. 🙂 The response and motivation from all of you makes me to write more and more. Do share your views , opinions what you think about these quotations as your views are very precious for me. 🙂

  1. Sometimes eyes speak more than mouth.
  2. Being empty or lonely is not a misfortune. Its an examination which makes you self dependent and self-reliant.
  3. Few incidents needs to be buried rather than to keep alive in mind which may hamper the coming tomorrow.

– Ashish Kumar

One Lovely Blog Award


My friend Saaranshsinghpundir have nominated me for One Lovely Blog Award. The name of the award is “lovely” as the award itself. 🙂  Saaransh is a great writer who pens down the emotions beautifully in his posts. Its always enjoyable to read his awesome poems. Do visit his blog for reading great literary pieces. 🙂 I would like to thank him for considering me for this honour and would like to apologise too for being late, more than a month in responding to his nomination.

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Rules

  1. Thank the person who nominated you for the award.
  2. Add the One Lovely Blog logo to your post.
  3. Share 7 facts/or things about yourself.
  4. Nominate about  bloggers you admire and inform nominees by commenting on their blog.

Seven facts about me

The seven facts will be same which I shared recently in Versatile Blogger Award – Take 2 post.

  1. I like to sleep and never miss the opportunity for the same if exist. 🙂
  2. I never follow any one blindly.
  3. Like to listen songs particularly old Bollywood songs.
  4. Helping others is my habit and I never hesitate to do so if it falls in my domain.
  5. I can make you happy if you are sad and vice-versa. Hahaha… 🙂 People enjoy my presence and you will not get bored with me. 🙂
  6. I like to cook and try different menus whenever time permits.
  7. I like to read quotes and note it down in my diary which I like.

I would like to nominate the following wonderful bloggers. The nominations are not in any particular order.

All the nominees are free to accept/reject the award. Award definitely is a piece of appreciation for work and it also gives a way to know more about the bloggers with whom we interact in this blogging world. All the best. Happy blogging… 🙂

Ashish Kumar

Versatile Blogger Award – Take 2


My blogger friend Jessie of Spread love and not hate have nominated me for Versatile Blogger Award. This is the second time that I am taking this award. I would like to thank her for considering me for the same. Award posts are not only of about getting recognised but at the same time it also gives a chance to know about fellow bloggers with whom we interact in blogging world. Do check her blog and I am sure you will like her posts of various genre. 🙂

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Rules

  1. Thank the person that has nominated you & Include a link to their blog
  2. Nominate at least 15 blogs of your choice
  3. Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination
  4. Share seven different facts about yourself.

Seven facts about me

  1. I like to sleep and never miss the opportunity for the same if exist. 🙂
  2. I never follow any one blindly.
  3. Like to listen songs particularly old Bollywood songs.
  4. Helping others is my habit and I never hesitate to do so if it falls in my domain.
  5. I can make you happy if you are sad and vice-versa. Hahaha… 🙂 People enjoy my presence and you will not get bored with me. 🙂
  6. I like to cook and try different menus whenever time permits.
  7. I like to read quotes and note it down in my diary which I like.

I would like to nominate the following wonderful bloggers…

  1. InkMode
  2. Hasmeetwrites
  3. Erika Kind
  4. L.T Garvin, Author
  5. Vibrant
  6. Srishti Walia
  7. themissshweta
  8. Saloni
  9. Nisthur Anadi
  10. Darshith Badiyani
  11. Words Warrior
  12. Sunshine on my tea cup
  13. Akiraa
  14. Sherrie de Valeria
  15. Dilkash Shayari

All the best to all the nominees. Feel free to accept/reject the award.

Thank you… Happy blogging! 🙂

Ashish Kumar

Concluding without Analysis


There are different circumstances in life where we always come to conclusion after analysing the facts and figures, situations etc. In fact life is always full of incidents. Every moment we are facing an incident or better to say some happenings which are always a part of life. Each and every scenario has its own aspects. Life is never the same. Every time we take some decision based on some facts or scenario and come to a conclusion. But do we really always  come to a conclusion by thorough analysis of all the aspects and facts?   If you want to know the answer then you have to analyse first and then come to a conclusion.

Yes what I am pointing here is one of the general and most neglected behaviour and that is “Concluding without analysis”. There are many circumstances where we bluntly come to a conclusion without analysing anything. There are times where we generally come to conclusion without knowing the reality which should be avoided.  No one is perfect in this world. Everyone is having some faults and this is the law of nature and we cannot change it.

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In this hectic and busy life, we meet and interact several person in our surrounding or in office. Its not always easy to feel comfortable with everyone because everyone is having his own comfort zone.  Everyone is having his own way of thinking and that may be good or bad. Many people have the tendency to taunt always and hurt others without any reason and enjoy that situation and laugh uselessly. There are many things which we cannot control but there are few things which we can control and behaviour is one among them. Our behaviour is that part which can make or break the life and coming to a conclusion without analysis is also a part of our behaviour.We should not posses the tendency to judge others regarding their work, talent etc. At the same time we should not predict what he/she will do or become in future  because remember Dr A.P.J. Kalam was an orphan and he used to sell newspaper in his childhood and he became the “missile man  and President of India”. Narendra Modi was a tea-seller in his childhood but he is the current Prime Minister of India. There are many other examples too.

The tendency to arrive at a conclusion is good only when we have analysed the facts or otherwise conclusion without analysis will happen which will in turn can be dangerous too. Concluding without analysis can happen for sure by mistake or in hurry but that doesn’t mean we should make this a habit. There are circumstances when such kind of attitude is not good to the person bearing it. It depends on us how we proceed on such situation. A simple example is if you are not well and decides to go to a doctor for check up. The doctor first collects the information from you like your name, age etc. and then checks your body temperature, blood pressure etc. and asks from you regarding your symptoms or if necessary he may opt for some blood tests. Based on these information he comes to a conclusion that your are suffering from this disease  and prescribes the medicine for same. Does he prescribes the medicine as soon as you reach without knowing your situation? The answer is no.  In the same way we should also avoid coming to a conclusion without knowing the reality.  Concluding without analysis can give you fun for a short term but for the long term , it is a disaster.

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– Ashish Kumar