Monday, April 6, 2009

Day Dreaming...

I have this habit of day dreaming . I guess we all do to some extent. But there are people like me who do it a lot. Or over-do it if I might say.

Day dreaming is something which comes naturally to everyone. Especially when you are attending a boring lecture or a faaltu meeting in office. But I always found it as a great way of living up things that you might never get to do. Suddenly you are performing live in a concert along with A.R.Rahman, or you are sky - diving. Suddenly your room is full with chocolates. You can host a show on radio with your favourite R.J or just spend some time with him, you can become a TV show host, a movie critic, an ad guru and just about anything.


Many a times I end up starting a conversation saying, “I want to ..”. I think that is the problem with too much of day dreaming. I can make a long sheet of "want to do's" . If you are a lazy person like me then it can add fuel to fire. And suddenly when more than a few people point out that I am over-doing or doing 'only' that, then it puts me into the thought mode. Does it really affect the success or the lack of it you attain in life? It sure would , if one of these dreams is your goal in life. But what if it is not? Would it still harm you? Should I sit and introspect it ?


My logic is simple. I am never going to get to do any of those things in life (secretly hoping for a miracle though!). So why not feel happy for that brief period of time. But the trick is to keep that time period to be brief. And what is the trick?.... “Pata nahi; Lekin pata chalte hi bata dungi sabko . Hehe :D”.


5 comments:

PULKIT said...

there is no such trick eku! each of us is natured to be a different person , thats what seprates us from machines! the kind of dreamer u seem to be... u will never require any push and inspiration from any external source instead... I recommed u to just follow the calls of ur heart ,that u seem to be listening pretty much in those day dreams... :) ur lucky! being a dreamer!

regards
PULKIT
(http://19goes20.blogspot.com)

khushi said...

I agree with Pulkit....and even other wise...jahan tak I know you Eku....your fantastic....didnt know dimaag bhi hai :P hehehe

jokes apart...day dreaming is no doubt good....but as you said...has to be in control...warna sapne dekhte reh jaoge :)

paramveer said...

usually it hapens during lectures with me....
uncontrollable y??coz

in initial 15 min of lect u daydreams....n then when u come back 2 class....its impossible 2 understand wt teacher want to teach u......n soon i again loose myself in my daydreams..........ha ha...

Ekam said...

@Pulkit.. Thanks :)

@Khushi.. Hehe. You have known me very well in a short span of 1 year :D

And nice to see you here:)

@Param.. I can understand Param. Just finished with colg and I can assure if you are like me,then this will continue in office too with you, just the way its happening with me:D

Yemula Pradeep said...

Happened to read your blog. Well written one. Referring to your "simple logic" of assuming that miracles don't happen regularly, I suggest that you throw away that logic. Having confidence and believing in one self is good and just about every young one is doing it, but not sufficiently. What matters is - how strong, how deep, how crazy and how illogical the belief is. Because only that makes miracles happen be it day or night, dream or reality. All the best.