Friday, April 25, 2008

Confusion in option...

Confusion rises when many things to pick, many thoughts to think and many works to finish. Human is incapable to do everything at a time, so it’s our decision to pick which. Take choose the correct answer option that comes in quiz and in institute examinations; where we need to tick the correct answers from the gives choices. This one is an easiest way in all to score marks, but here comes the confusion. When u knows the correct answer for the given question you are put in pleasure, for those unaware of answer where sent to confuse to tick between choices to decision.

In choice, taking decision is confusion. For instance I am looking for a digital camera and visit the shop to buy, where the store holds many designs and models of cameras, but I have only options to choose one. So I seek on which is effective and easy to hold, but it’s not easy for me because of rise and downs in options. Some are high in pixels and low in zoom; some light weights bring smiles and shrinks soon to know it’s older…. It embarrasses, and I finally come to decision on selecting one in the three which I feel best to end confusion. Apart this, before hitting the shop I have some questions in mind and without answers to decide. So I went on browsing net and from friends I learned about what are necessary and unnecessary to look when buying a camera. Now my questions are answered and the decision comes easily without a choice. I feel in knowledge and understanding we get away from confusion, if one knows the answer they are to decide and so is first to understand the questions and try hand on answers...

Something I feel learning from the book of Celebrating Silence. Thanks priya, to inspirit me to write on the book I read. Hope I could share more with u all...

14 comments:

Alok said...

liked the analogy tht u drew out of it .. I can say perfect ...


Alok

vishesh said...

which camera have you got now ? ;)

priya said...

Jeevan,

Very true. Confusion happens either you find hard to choose or making too many choices. When you landup not finding, its frustration and when u find too many you are stressed. What a life huh:)

Very good post.

monsoon-dreams said...

jeevan,there is an article in rediff abt woodlands restaurant

http://specials.rediff.com/news/2008/apr/23slid1.htm

pls copy and paste this to the address bar.
is this the one you wrote about?

Annie Wicking and Loman Austen said...

Wow what a wonderful posting!

I'm just about to buy a new camera too. I need to change mine for a more powerful lens.

Good luck with your hunting.

Best wishes
Annie

Ponniyinselvan said...

finally, what was ur choice, jeevan?

Raghavan alias Saravanan M said...

hi jeevan,

first time visit here from pria's blog! cool template you have!!

ur profile is very nice and impressive!! way to go man.. i could see the ray of hopes in your eyes!! believe me... have a great time !!

its a good post :) and you are right! :P

IDriSh LAxmIdHAR said...

a good intelligent and talented guy ..is what i found about you...reading you blog....

a first visit...but not the last..

way to go man...
keep the good work going..

your words are very true and inspiring...

happy life..

Jeeves said...
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Jeeves said...

Life is all about decision making..Liked the pic

Vinesh said...

there is no such thing, sometimes, as THE perfect decision. we are forced to make the best 'possible' decision at a given time in the given circumstances.

Keshi said...

Net is very helpful in gathering info and knowledge abt almost anything.

And there's no 'perfect' decision...just 'perfect' feelings :) U've just got to make the most of whatever u get.

*HUGZ* Jeevan!

Keshi.

Jeevan said...

Alok – Thanks buddy.

Vishesh – I dint get any camera, that is just for an instance alone. But would be getting soon from my friend’s colleague whom returning from US next month.

Priya – True, to be stressed by mind in lack of decision. Thanks priya :)

Monsoon-dreams – Yes the same restaurant it was… too sad to see the gates closed.

Annie – Wish u for the same dear, get a best one. Thanks dear.

Ponniyinselvan – I have chosen already, yet to get it soon. Will know what it was :)

Raghavan – You are most welcome here… Thanks Raghavan, it was nice having your encouraging words :)

Idrish – Thanks for the gladness idrish laxmidhar. Welcome here and do come often, sure this place will continue :)

Jeeves – Thank you, the picture is from fhotosearch.com.

Vinesh – we take decisions which satisfy us, so true we can’t hope what we select is perfect. How u buddy and life is... :)

Keshi – hum... like everything is possible. Thanks dear, hope u get a nice haircut and weekend :)

Shiva said...

Looks like the decision is made. I'm too late to catch up with these:)