Friday, April 01, 2005

Deconstructing Resignations

You quit when you are restless.

You get restless when you are dissatisfied.

You get dissatisfied when you don’t enjoy what you do.

You don’t enjoy yourself when you do something you are not supposed to.

You do something you’re not supposed to when you make the wrong choice.

You make the wrong choice when you don’t apply your mind.

You don’t apply your mind when you get emotional.

You get emotional when someone hurts your ego.

Your ego is hurt when you don’t get what you want.

You don’t get what you want when your expectations are unrealistic.

Your expectations are unrealistic when you are overqualified for that job.

You are overqualified for a job when you opt for the unchallenging.

You opt for the unchallenging when you’ve misjudged your true capabilities.

You misjudge your true capabilities when you take the wrong career path.

You take the wrong career path when you follow the herd.

You follow the herd when you look for security.

You look for security when you’re afraid of taking risks.

You’re afraid of taking risks when you don’t have faith in yourself.

You don’t have faith in yourself when you assume you are ordinary.

You assume you are ordinary when you’ve done nothing extraordinary.

You’ve done nothing extraordinary because you’ve never tried.

You’ve never tried because you never knew what you were good at.

You never knew what you were good at because you don’t know yourself.

You don’t know yourself because you’ve never looked within…


Blogger catcharun said...

no one has said this in a long while :

that was fucking awesome

2:48 PM  
Blogger shakuni said...

You can depress us as easily as you can make us laugh Anantha. You're all powerful. Great writing dude.

10:28 AM  
Blogger Ravages said...

So, so, so True

10:10 AM  

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