Wise Choice


World is full of rejection and denial.
This is a weather which is perennial.
Barking people often bite.
Ignoring them is the wise choice.
Move ahead with your views.
Don’t get distracted with others views.
The more you ask the more you get confused.
Have faith in yourself in order to not get misused.
Tolerate which can be tolerated.
Don’t take everything for granted.
Everyone is unique and different.
Hence…
Be different and make a difference.
Love yourself and your work.
Avoid doing unproductive work.
What you learn is what you earn.
Hence keep a habit to learn.
Don’t get distracted with the hearsay.
Move ahead and find your way.
As…
World is full of rejection and denial.
This is a weather which is perennial.
Barking people often bite.
Ignoring them is the wise choice.
Ignoring them is the wise choice.

– Ashish Kumar

Unnecessary Criticism…



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One of the aspects of behavior is to criticize. Criticizing is easy and it is a tool of self defense and is widely used to protect and pass the buck. Some people have the tendency to criticize unnecessary every time for everything or better to say it becomes a habit. Some use their position and power to criticize and arouse a proud feeling among them. But the thing is why to criticize unnecessary when it’s not required? Accepted the fact when you have done something wrong and it is your mistake, you have to face criticism which is fair enough. What repercussions will have if one criticizes unnecessary as a part of one’s habit? Does this need to be avoided or promoted?

Let me share couple of examples where criticism can reach to next level.

  • My name is Ashish as you all know. One day, one of my friends asked me my name and I shared that. Later on he wrote “Ashish” in a piece of paper to confirm whether he spelled it correctly or not. I verified and asked him to spell it out correctly. He was wondering why I asked him to correct although the spelling is correct. After some time, he came and asked what mistake he made? I replied, my name is “Ashish” and not “Ashish”. All of you got confused??? Hold on… The person was snatching his head and having no clue what I am saying and he asked me to correct his mistake, if any. I said see my friend, you have put the second “s” before first “s” which is absolutely wrong.  🙂 😛 Think for a while what this mean. This is the height of criticism which one may encounter. The thing is those who have habit of criticizing can’t see things correct. They will and will find flaws and loopholes from any angle, whether relevant and irrelevant as in the above example. You may find such kind of jokes on social media but I consider this sarcasm for those who always find flaws in everything.
  • A person went to office on time and got engaged in his work as usual. After some time, his boss came and asked the status of one of the emails which he was supposed to send to his boss. The person responded stating that he had sent that email yesterday evening before leaving for his home and he texted him on WhatsApp to inform the same. The boss was looking at him and shouted suddenly, “Why didn’t you gave me a call?” The person responded politely, “I did called you sir last evening but you didn’t picked up the phone.” Hearing this, the boss aggressively said, “You mean I am irresponsible?” He said , “ I didn’t mean that sir”. Boss again shouted and said, “You could have called me and said that you are about to call me. Why you didn’t informed me through call that you were about to call me??” It was difficult to answer such question for him and he politely said, “Since you didn’t picked up my phone that’s why I informed through WhatsApp.” His boss walked away giving an angry look. The person was wondering and laughing at his boss attitude and habit of criticizing. How can a person will call and inform that he is about to call? Isn’t it bullshit? Having work experience for more than a decade and claiming himself as an omniscient person but he doesn’t possess basic etiquettes. After some time, the boss was seen again coming to his desk and that person went to washroom. When he returned, his boss asked, “You are not present at your desk anytime. Roaming here and there…” Now it was above his tolerating capacity and he responded to his boss aggressively, “You came to my desk in the morning and criticized me for filthy reasons. You were talking to me or to my ghost? You gave all the useless statements which is not expected from a person who always claims to be the most influential and omniscient person in this world. Even though if you consider yourself to be intellectual or omniscient, it’s a big joke.  You, being the boss is a disaster or better to say, an intellectual disaster. Yes you are an intellectual disaster “. The boss got insulted in front of all subordinates due to his unnecessary criticism which became intolerable to his subordinate.

The above two examples are just illustrations. The first one describes how critic one can be. The second one describes the repercussions of the unnecessary criticism which needs to be avoided. Every person has some tolerating capacity and if it goes beyond that, belligerent situation may arise which is difficult to control.  Criticize only if required and it should be in positive way or better to say, constructive criticism. When you criticize, the objective should be to rectify the flaws, if any and not just only because you do for your enjoyment or show-casing your power/position.  Nobody is perfect and if you criticize in order to solve the flaws, the counterparty may take that in positive way and most probably he/she will be willing to improve the mistakes made.

So what do you think on criticism? Please share your views and experience if any. 🙂

– Ashish Kumar

Blog Anniversary- 8 Years



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Hello everyone! It gives me immense pleasure to share that today is the anniversary of my blog, Ashish Vision which came into existence eight years ago i.e in 2011. It was on this day that I created my blog and started my journey in blogging world. 🤗😊 When I started, I have never expected that I will be able to continue for so long but thanks to all my readers and friends across the globe for making this happen. I would like to thank all of you for your overwhelming support and encouragement which keeps me going till today. 🙏🙏🙏 I will continue to write and share my literary pieces with you all. You all are very good, supportive and motivating. In these eight years of my journey, I have learnt a lot from all you and still I am learning from your posts and your views. 👍🕺.

Once again, thank you so much for your love and support. 🤗✌️ Keep visiting and motivating me with your valuable views and I hope the journey continue… 🙏 Thank you so much everyone. 🤗😊

Ashish Kumar

Perception about writers…


Hello  to all my bloggers and writers and to all who are reading this post. There is a question which often comes in my mind that why people think writer’s are unconventional and not normal. Most of the times I have seen people commenting about the writers ability to write and convey their thoughts. Or better to say they simply conclude that “writers are mad”. 😦 Are we really ???

Being myself a writer I can feel this kind of thoughts coming from those group of people who are non-writers. The question is how and why they perceive like this? I think if I am able to write something apart from academics work , it is an extra talent which I posses. This perception can be easily observed and I think you might have felt the same at some point in life. It is a kind of startling perception.

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One reason can be they are jealous that how he/she is able to write while doing other task as well. 🙂 Those who write they only know how much effort and dedication is required in writing which include fiction, short stories, poems, articles etc. What to include and what not to include in the posr? Is the post can be related to those who are reading ? Also those criticize writers they forget that they too are reading something either in books, internet or newspapers, novels  etc which are also being composed by non other than writers itself. I have been also criticized by many like “Kya likhte rehta hai… koi kaam nahi hai kya? (What you are always writng… Don’t have any other work?) ” 

I tell you the reason why I write. I write because I love to do so and I hope most of the writers write because of the same. It is the passion which keeps on growing  which results into creation of new posts.  I have written a poem summarizing about why people write. You can read that poem titled Why do I write?  So whats your take on perception about writer’s? Share your views in the form of comments…

– Ashish Kumar

500 Followers


Recently my blog reached 500 followers. I would like to thank you everyone from bottom of my heart without which this would not have been possible. A big thanks to all my readers whose views are precious which keeps me going. I hope you will continue to shower your blessings on me in the future as well. 🙂

This blogging world is amazing indeed which allows us to interact with like minded people across the globe. All my blogger friends are really good and supportive in nature. I am lucky to have all of you. Each one of you are special foe me. Keep visiting and motivating me. Once again a big thank you… 🙂

500-followers

– Ashish Kumar

 

What is good and bad ?


There are times when we are not able to distinguish between the good and the bad. How do we come to a conclusion whether this is good or that is bad ? Is there a parameter for the same ? Well… this is an open debate and will remain as everyone has its own way to distinguish between the two. One thing can be good for someone and the same can be bad for others. This happens for sure. This article discusses about the goodness and badness.

In the fast moving world, we often come to circumstances where we are  not in a condition to come to a conclusion. A dilemma surrounds us. How do we call something is good ? If somebody helps you in trying condition, is that good ? When you are forced to do what you don’t want to do, is that good ? The normal answer is yes and no respectively.  There is also a time when we take some startling decisions hoping to have good impact in future but reverse happens. Life is full of twists and turns. Every individual has its own way to distinguish between the two.

Let me give some practical examples. Suppose a boy and a girl are in love with each other. The girl suddenly thinks that he is not a perfect match for her and decides to call an end to the relationship. When the boy comes to know the same he will be in shock for sometime for sure. Boy will definitely have  a kind of negativity and darkness at that time and in general he will say the girl did very bad to me. Ladki ne mere sath bahut ganda kiya… bla, bla etc… 😦  The reverse can also happen.  The thing is the boy thinks that the girl had done bad to him and at the same time the girl will think its good that I decided to dump him…. Now have a look at a different perspective. Suppose there are two friends who are having good friendship for a long time. First one has never been in bad doings and the second had done some bad in the past but not to his friend.  Both are having equal trust on each other. Suddenly there is a U turn taken by the second one due to greed or some other reason and he did something to his best friend which the later had never expected which ultimately lands his friend in no mans land. Now with this kind of betrayal the one who had never done bad in his life seems to have totally gone out of his goodness. He starts doing things which is totally out of his domain and range indulging in nuisance activities and ultimately harming others as well. Here betrayal made a good man finally coming in to a bad man now.  Is it right to become bad from good ?

The question what is good and what is bad has no answer in general. This is also a question which was running in my mind for many years. So I thought of raising this uncommon question in the form of this article. At the end, I would like to share one of the quotes of one of the greatest son of India, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati  who in this quote had given a strong message which makes this quote one of my favorite.

When bad does not leave their badness why does the good leave there goodness.

            – Maharshi Dayand Saraswati 

 

So what according to you is good and bad ? Share your views… 🙂

– Ashish Kumar

5 Years in Blogging – Thank You Everyone


This month , Feb will make my blog Ashish-Vision 5 years old. It was way back in February 2011 when I decided to create a blog and share my writings here. When I started to blog , I was little bit worried but I must say the motivation and support this virtual world has given is amazing. I was in first year of my B.Tech when I started to share my literary pieces and at that time I was called a kind of mad fellow from my friends. People used to say “Kya likhte rehta hai aur post karta hai. Koi padhne wala bhi hai iska likha hua? (What this boy is writing always. Is anyone going to read his writings?) ” etc. etc… Sometimes such kind of comments definately made me worried but my inner feelings never allowed me to stop writing. But the thing is  engineering stuffs can be known by an engineer only and if you will ask the engineering things from a non-engineer you won’t get the desired output. The same applies to writing also. 🙂

The support and motivation which I have got from all of you is really overwhelming and would like to thank everyone from bottom of my heart for making this blog running for 5 years and I hope the journey continues. I am not a frequent publisher but I always try to write and publish the same whenever it comes in my mind. 🙂

I have always tried to respond to the award post and challenges but I know I have missed some of them for sure. So apology to those of my friends who have nominated me for the awards and challenges. Hope you won’t take that to your heart and will continue to shower your blessings on me with your valuable views in future too. 🙂  Once again thank you so much for making this happen… 🙂

I will be out of blogging for sometime. I cannot say the no of days, weeks or months  but I will be back for sure. Stay happy, stay healthy and make others happy as well. Be blessed all of you… 🙂

– Ashish Kumar