A Terrible & Fantastic Day..!

I take my earphones very seriously. Couple of months back I spent an entire day at Nehru Place (India’s leading electronic market) to get a perfect earphone which suits all my needs.

Yesterday I lost it..!

I felt terrible, and I could not concentrate in my daily activities.

That’s how much I loved them.

I lived with that feeling the entire day and then I went searching for it to the places I had been to yesterday and could not find it. I controlled myself and decided that I would go and buy the exact same model tomorrow from Nehru Place.

To my utmost surprise, couple of minutes ago as I am writing this post I found them in my same jeans pocket(the little ones that they give which are of no use).  I was so happy that I kissed my earphones and said not leave me ever again.

That thing was already with me the whole time and I didn’t realize it.

We visit mosques, temples and churches to find peace and spend thousands of rupees in search of enlightenment, without realizing that peace is already with us all the time.

To witness it we have to look inside more deeply.


Published by Faisal

I am Faisal , a software developer @ Oracle, Hyderabad. Trying again my hands on blogging after several failures. Apart from blogging, I like cycling, running, and clicking pictures(who doesn't), I like to be productive in general.

2 thoughts on “A Terrible & Fantastic Day..!

  1. There you go pal.
    I have two things to say over here.
    1) very good point to think on and the most important part is that how you, we are are looking on things that come across us. Are we going to take out the best part of it or not? If we are taking the best part of it then it’s good for us as we will be positive all the time.
    2) the small pocket of our jeans is useless for us, actually the guy who had developed the jeans had a passive point on this pocket. The pocket was designed to put the watch which comes with a chain and the chain remain attached with the coat’s or the shirt’s of the workers and as we know that the art the beginning of the jeans it was used by the workers, who were working in the factory.

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