Personification of bane of technology

Just imagine if you are forced to see the personification of the banes of technology 24×7 in front of you what your mental condition would be like. This is the worst feeling and you can get a clue of it from this that even while thinking and writing about it I’m feeling that my brain is going to blast any next second. The personification of bane of technology is right in front of my eyes even a slight glimpse of her foot, hand, leg and even finger makes me feel like killing myself. 

How can a person spend whole day every hour, minute and second of her by watching one thing or the other on phone, that too not informational but melodramas and by stalking celebrities. The height can be imagined that exams are going on and still it has no effect on her capacity of consuming phone 24×7. I feel so helpless at this pathetic sight. How can a person can’t even spare out an hour for study during exams. It feels like there’s an ever perpetual dead statue in front of me to make me realise what technology has done to this world. I feel like throwing my phone when I see her. The only area of her life is the bed. There is nothing more.


What is the use of such technology which creates a simulation that technology bring countries together, whereas the truth is that it creates so many countries within a room which are not accessible to each other. 

Don’t mind my pathetic drawing the roughness of this drawing delineates my mental condition, I’m too stressed out that I can’t even draw this properly. I feel like all my creativity is paralysed in the shadow of this PBT. I hope I’ll soon recover from this mental trauma and pen down something good for you.

Standard

Wings of happiness

Happiness has wings to fly. Whenever there is some happy moment, no one is able to keep it to their own self. I don’t know whether this is the case with everyone or not but surely with Indians. We Indians love to share our happiness with the whole world. It is a good habit indeed, you get a chance to rain happiness around. Whenever something good happens, we are in a habit of beating drum in the whole world. 

Life is so problematic these days and the moments to cherish are so less in comparison. This makes me remember the woman working in our house. One day while standing in kitchen she came to me with full cloud of happiness on her face. Her face was glowing with happiness. She commenced, taking some names and their marriage story. The house she was living in was now lively as a marriage was going to take place there. Marriages in India are a bliss. They are the best stress bursters. The enjoyment and functions extend to a full month. I was not at all aware of the people she was flaunting about but the happiness on her face was encumbering me to stay and listen to her. I was getting late for my class but I couldn’t resist her. After quite a long time I was able to get free from her hold. This continued for a whole month. Everyday this was our favorite gossip topic. Her stomach remained loaded with these talks for a full month and the glow on her face was increasing day by day. She was so entwined in this marriage that I got worried for her, what would she do after the end of all these functions. But I was wrong, happiness is always there for those who seek it. After a few days she found a new interest and her happiness too. It feels good to have such jolly persons around you. They are the true pursuiters of happiness.

Do you have such person around you?

Standard