In the first year of my college my Math professor declared that 95% of people hate their job and 5% love their job. And he LOVED his job. I thought he was making those numbers. 10 years later today with 6+ years of work experience in IT MNC which has made me financially so stable that I have power to say "Money sucks", "I need to be more creative", "I wish I don't have to wait for weekends". Its not that I hate my job. its like asking a beggar to do social service. This job gave me everything I wanted for me and my family. And I can't stop being thankful towards it.
In my final year of Mathematics graduation we had one topic called "Networking" and all that chapter had some basic networking diagrams. Had we had been taught properly (yes practical usage??) – story would had been different.
I have a habit to crib over spoiled milk which you might come to know soon
Today when I was in the office with colleagues over snacks, non-Mumbai-localitie colleagues starting to crib about the traffic issues. And then they jumped over the issues of how non-Hindu communities are trying to race with Hindu community to make their festival celebration larger than Hindu community.
I really don't want to talk about politics here. I want to talk about beauty of Mumbai traffic. MY city.
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