How Rejections Made me a Better Person

Save your rejections so that later when you are famous you can show them to people and laugh

After my “little incident”(take a look here) I was matured, obeyed my parents and started to make things right but it all came at a cost-I was different inside.

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I was a person who never came out in public much. I loved being alone and never let anyone close to me. I never showed the real side of me because I was afraid to make a fool out me again. The fun inside me was dead. I chose to spend my time with computer instead of hanging out with friends who eventually started hating the change inside me. I adjusted to the surrounding because I couldn’t risk putting my family and myself in danger again but deep inside I was frustrated for not being me. After my admission in college I moved to Mumbai as my parents thought it would be right if I get exposure of a real world outside(eventually they turned out to be right). I was changed completely and as a result found hard time mixing up with new people. I became a repellent for most of them in my college. I tried hard to mix it up but failed everytime. Whenever I entered class I felt like everyone is looking at me for doing something wrong. Continue reading

Letter that Once got Rejected

If you have read How Rejections Made Me a Better Person you will know exactly what I am talking about.
Hey,
I understand that I am not exactly the type of guy you wanted. I am not that fairy tale type of guy but I can gurenttee you that I will make our love story more successful than any fairy tale out there because I know how much I feel for you and even you do I know. You are just being protective. I know there are so many guys better than me out there who would be waiting for you and would love to adore you but I believe that no one would be as great as me to adore you and love you.

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Is Texting Killing the English Language?

Originally posted on Ideas:

Texting has long been bemoaned as the downfall of the written word, “penmanship for illiterates,” as one critic called it. To which the proper response is LOL. Texting properly isn’t writing at all — it’s actually more akin to spoken language. And it’s a “spoken” language that is getting richer and more complex by the year.

First, some historical perspective. Writing was only invented 5,500 years ago, whereas language probably traces back at least 80,000 years. Thus talking came first; writing is just an artifice that came along later. As such, the first writing was based on the way people talk, with short sentences — think of the Old Testament. However, while talk is largely subconscious and rapid, writing is deliberate and slow. Over time, writers took advantage of this and started crafting tapeworm sentences such as this one, from The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: “The whole…

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Why Planning My Suicide was the Best Thing Happened to Me – Part Two

When it All Made sense

Life is beautiful, make something worth out of it

After lots of tension build up in the room and seeing my mother cry I realized I made a horrible mistake. When you are in the state of depression all the thoughts rush into you together. You feel like you have lost everything in the world. Your body becomes numb. Constant tears flow out from your eyes and all you can think of is “what if you can take it all back and wish that nothing would have changed”.
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Why Planning My Suicide was the Best Thing Happened to Me- Part One

If God wanted us to take our own life, he would have provided a power-off button

India is a country with a great frequency of suicides. Especially among the youth. People of our age who commit suicide mainly do it because of the academic pressure we face, disappointment from relationships where we feel like we have no future, nothing to look forward too. Well we can go on blaming the education system and our girlfriends for making our lives miserable or we can try to fix it.

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