Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Attitude

There are some people where we get irritated once they open their mouth to speak and make feel when they will shut up. There are some people really know many things and have an idea on almost, which isn’t a bad but while appreciating the same, we can’t kept listening whatever they says. In a communication or debate only one side couldn’t be taken into account. On first time listening, one side perhaps would sound wise and right, but for that alone we can’t give up without giving a chance to the opponent to express to know what their hold. One might attained great wisdom and is conceptual and fruitful… but attitude ways doesn’t need to be same.  He perhaps factual but the way he delivers the matters is more than what he is or he knows. He should be driving on the right path but how he follows the rules and safe his ride lies on the way of driving his vehicle. I appreciate people who lead through their experience more than education because they all experience life rather reading someone’s. But a basic knowledge is always need for the betterment of life, whatever the carrier one chose and to direct him properly and legally a basic sense is needed.

I know someone who haven’t completed his high school but in a short term, has achieved a great sense and began to talk like an expert. I know he had worked along his father and meeting different people and the experience at the workplace all brought him up to a state of mature. While I appreciate the guy and admire his confidence level of achieving, which many refuse to give thoughts, I condemn his way of behaviour and mocking others by his head weight. Almost he’s right on things and practical, but I was expecting a transformation rather reflecting as a mirror. What things right for someone couldn’t be the same with others and it doesn’t need to be though, but what’s right should be exactly right rather what has been set right through the practice. I believe attitude is important and one may be accurate but poor at delivery mislead all.

P.S. Today I completed 12 years in blogging which I begin in 2005. Started as information oriented, transformed slowing into my personal blog expressing my own perspectives, thoughts, experience and photos. I could surely say it’s only because of bloggers reading and commenting kept me going. If you didn’t read or comment how could I write for none? Blogging’s main purpose, I believe is sharing and if anyone isn’t to share I would have stopped doing the same. Almost who were with me then weren’t now, but I have come across many variant bloggers teaching me various things and move on leaving space for others. I think only like that! But still I couldn’t forget my first comment and reorganization as a blogger, and it’s the bloggers who did everything to put me arise. Thanks all for your support and keep cheering as usual J

15 comments:

Sandi said...

I hope this isn't a good-bye to blogging! I enjoy your posts and this may be the only way I'll ever see India with my own eyes.

Devilish Angel said...

Congrats Jeevan. Many people lose interest after few years of blogging. Its good you made blogging as a habit. Blogging makes our mind lighter :)

Gosia k said...

wow congrasts. I love reading your post. Margaret from sumnny and hot Poland

George said...

Congratulations on 12 years of blogging. I'm looking forward to visiting with you for many more years.

Sandhya said...

12 years? That is a long long period! I am here from 2008! You are a friend of mine for a long time too! Keep on writing for many more years! Yes, I too don't get many comments like I was getting until a couple of years back. Every blogger is facing this. We will write for our satisfaction. We can read them again after a few years which will be interesting!

Good luck...keep writing!

Destination Infinity said...

Just ignore heavy headed people. They are not worth our time!

Congrats on completing 12 years of blogging. I concur that it has been an excellent experience :)

Destination Infinity

ashok said...

12 years!!! Congrats Jeevan!

Breathtaking said...

Hello Jeevan!:) Congrats on your 12 years of blogging. It is by sharing that we learn so much about people and different cultures, and I hope you continue blogging for a very long time. Do you know the famous poem "Desiderata" which was found in old St Pauls Church in Baltimore 1692. It's framed in my bedroom, and for me says it all.
I agree that heavy headed people should be avoided.

Ponniyinselvan/karthikeyan said...

hearty congratulations dear dear Jeevan. Rock and ROCK. KEEP GOING.
anbudan
kalakarthik

Arti said...

12 years is a wonderful wonderful achievement, Jeevan. Though I don't remember when exactly we connected via our blogs, but I have enjoyed what I have read here as also I have enjoyed your footprints on mine. Blogging for me has always been about thoughts, my journeys and myself. There's a certain unmissable old world charm I guess... that separates bloggers like us who have been blogging for long and now, where the primary focus has shifted more towards minting money and things like that. Hurrah to your blog and your journey, here's to many many years more.

Also, about the people you talk about - can't do anything with their attitude. Let's hope and pray, they learn better with time.

Nancy Chan said...

I too dread listening to people talk on and on. I get very tired after that. 12 years is a long time and I hope you will keep on blogging. I have only just started about 2 years plus. I have plenty to learn. Have a great day!

Elsie Amata said...

Wow, Jeevan, twelve years blogging. That's a very long time. You must have seen so many people come and go. I've seen many in half that time (and four blogs later haha). I feel that there are some people who talk just to hear their own voices, don't you?

Elsie

L. D. said...

I really don't remember when I started following you but I am so glad that I did. I enjoy your blogs with all that you share. I am learning so much about your country and your family too. Keep on writing my friend.

Jeevan said...

Thank you all for sharing with my space here and it’s a pleasure to receive each one of your comments, and i am glad overall for your support. Blogging gives me a great experience and perception on things around, and I really wonder where to look after for a constant support and inspiration if there isn’t blog. There are number of social medial but nothing gives me the content like blogging that I used to say always.

Twilight Man said...

I enjoy reading your blog postings very much as you have shared so much about Chennai which I had no idea earlier on.

I do see many bigots and morons around me everyday. Even my own siblings could be a real pain in my neck too like how you described that fella for mocking others.