I have noticed a thing that might help you

I have noticed a thing about myself that I am not that kind of person who believes in one idea. I keep on changing my views, my thoughts and my beliefs. And I now think that it’s a really good trait to have because if you are not changing then you are not growing, you are only standing still. It’s just a simple, natural phenomenon that still water started to stink after some time. Having only one thought for life, one idea for life is like still water, microorganisms will grow in it and it will become unsuitable to use.

So, try new things every day. Grow some experience about things, people and places. Meet new people. Travel around the world while you still can. If you ever feel stuck anywhere, move on, you are not a tree.

Jai Hind.

‘What I think’ about ‘What People Think’

People don’t know what you are feeling, how you are feeling or why you are feeling something. But all of them will have different-different analogies of the situation they think you are in. They think that they know you very well, actually more than you know yourself. Still, they feel that you are faking it.

Let them think that. You don’t have to prove anything to anyone. You know you are trying. You know that you are trying your ass off to get yourself out of the situation that you have put yourself in.
You only need to change your behavior. You may not know more things than the other guys, but you have known yourself more than everyone else. And you know that you are learning. You will always be learning, this will every day make you closer to your goal till the day you achieve it.

You desperately want to be there from where you can inspire people, from where you can touch lives, from where you can make your surroundings and your country a better place to live in. You might not have all the resources even as many as others might have, but you have your will power and you are willing to work hard for your goal. This and only this will help. This and only this will make you a better human being. You just have to know that you can.

Jai Hind

Writing The Talk..II..

Howdy Readers,
I am back on the fourteenth day of continuous blogging. One more week left and after that, I will come occasionally.

Today I will be writing another discussion with my believer friend.
Without wasting much of your time I should start writing:

He was telling me that to experience God, I first have to believe in him. He said you can’t see GOD without believing in him.

My Reply:
First of all, why are you saying that it’s a HE? Why not SHE or IT?

Now about what you said, I will answer that with an example:
There are a lot of things which we can’t see, but there are other senses also…
Like we cannot see air, but we can feel it. Air contains Oxygen we cannot see it either, but we can test it and we can even find out how much percentage of which gas is there in the air.

To which he said, “We knew oxygen is there… That’s why we tested it.”

Well, Well, Well My friend…

Let’s look at another example: We go to another planet, we don’t know anything about the composition of its atmosphere. We take the sample of it and then tested it. After that, we know most of the things about its composition. I am not saying everything because I cannot say that. Why would I say that? It’s next to impossible to cover every aspect and everything.

But, coming to the topic…
You are saying I have to have faith or believe first that it/she/he exists…
1. I can never do that…
2. If you want me to do that first bring the slightest proof that he exists.

Just like what you are saying, I can also say that dinosaurs are still roaming on this earth or that superman is real, but if you can’t believe in them you can’t see them or even feel them around you.

I was reading a research paper the other day, in that it was written that your mind can work in any way you want it to. If you first believe, then want to see you will see it, but it would be hallucinating. And hallucinations are not real.

I will also see superman one day if I started to believe that it exists. That’s how the mind works. Just like Rancho said in 3 idiots, “Your mind can be easily fooled, just say to yourself that ‘All is Well’, it will believe that everything is indeed well.”

So, think for yourself what you want to believe. Don’t fool your mind to believe in something which doesn’t exist and even if it exist it doesn’t care enough about you.

P.S. I don’t want you to believe in me. I just want people to think for themselves. Every single person is strong enough to solve his/her problems. So, rather than believing in someone else, something else; first believe in yourself. Because you and only you can bring yourself out of that situation.

 

Jai Hind🇮🇳

I have been thinking lately…

I have been thinking lately…
The journey I have had.
The times which were happy,
And those when I was sad.

The list is in the billions…
Of the roles, I have played.
With the choices, I was given…
And decisions I have made.

Some were out of fear,
Which I want you to hear.
So that you will never repeat,
And save yourself one defeat.

Some were out of pride,
Their outcomes were satisfied.
But I was still vilified…
Because that’s how people decide.

Some because I was told to…
Actually, those were only a few,
Because deep down I always knew,
That those will never let me grew.

Some out of shame,
Because of the confidence I couldn’t attain.
For those only I am to blame.

Some of them stayed with me,
Either briefly or permanently.
But not a single one I regret…
I think that should be my epithet.

If I were ever given a chance…
I will repeat all those things again,
Because it’s not about the ending,
But the struggle and the pain.
It’s not about the happiness,
It’s about having contentedness.

All of this was about ‘being who you are’…
Without worrying about the scar, you got in the war.

Don’t ever listen to others…

They will never let you believe,
The things you badly want to achieve.
Never ever quench the fire inside of you…
Because that will always make you stand out of the queue.

 

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

I should Change Myself.

Howdy Readers,

This post is for me. The things I am going to change in me. From the past 12 days, I have been meditating daily for at least 20-30 minutes and that has done wonders for me. Before I started this blog, I was a different person. Now I can feel that I have changed a bit. But to maximize the change and improve my behavior and thought process, I have decided to do some more things.

I will not let anyone decide anything for me.

I will not share my views with anyone.

I will not share my feelings.

I was strong before, I can become strong now, I will be stronger from now on…

I don’t care what people think of me, even those whom I call friends.

I want to be left alone. I don’t want many people in my life but I have to be with some because I can never be rude, even if it costs me my peace of mind. I should think of a way in which I can stay away without being disturbed.

I will only focus on one thing in my life. And will try my very best to achieve that thing.

Fuck everyone who is coming in the way.

I will regularly say a few things to myself – “I am strong. I have to do this. I can do this. And I will never let anyone disturb my inner peace.”

I can do things myself. I just have to realize my potential. The other person I am relying on has only known me for few years, months, days or minutes. I have known myself since birth. I can change and I will change myself.

 

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant Section Officer (MEA)

Howdy Readers,

This is the post with job profile of Assistant Section Officer (MEA)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant Section Officer (MEA)

Post Code E
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location Delhi and High Chances of Foreign posting
Type of Work Administration work: typing, compiling reports, emailing, calling, updating about events, maintaining the files etc.
Amount of work 5/10
Salary(After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k (Delhi)
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Standard of Living

·        Higher Salary

·        Fully Furnished Accommodation in Foreign Posting

·        Official Passport

Promotion Slow
Transfers Abroad
Department MEA
Promotion Order 1.      S.O.

2.      Under Secretary

3.      Deputy Director/Secretory

4.      Director Level

 

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO)

Post Code N
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location Posting in enforcement directorate offices in 21 cities.
Type of Work Preventing money laundering/forgery etc.
Amount of work 7/10 during January-March and 6/10 for rest of the year
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

·        Fastest Promotion

·        Highest salary

Promotion Very Fast
Transfers Every 3 years (Not Followed)
Department Enforcement Directorate
Promotion Order 1. Enforcement Officer

2. Assistant Director

3. Deputy Director

4. Director

 

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Preventive Officer Inspector (CBEC)

Post Code L
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location In cities with ports and airports
Type of Work Clerical or file work (If posted in Headquarter), Executive work like prevention of smuggling, assessment of customs duty on goods, arrest, seize, search, detain etc. (if posted in the field-airport/coast), Duty is round the clock, Uniform is mandatory.
Amount of work High 8/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

·        Good Promotion

Promotion Fast
Transfers In cities with ports and airports
Department Customs and Excise
Promotion Order 1. Superintendent

2. Assistant Commissioner

3. Deputy Commissioner

4. Commissioner

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Income Tax Inspector (CBDT)

Post Code J
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies More Vacancies than Most
Posting Location All India, Good Chances of Home State
Type of Work Clerical and Desk Job
Amount of work 6/10
Salary(After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

·        Good Promotion

·        Even after posting chances of home state through ICT

Promotion Fast
Transfers All India
Department Direct Taxes
Promotion Order 1. Income Tax Officer
2. Assistant Commissioner
3. Deputy Commissioner
4. Commissioner

 

Hope it Helps 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Inspector Examiner (CBEC)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Inspector Examiner (CBEC)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Inspector Examiner (CBEC)
Post Code M
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Very Few
Posting Location Coastal Areas
Type of Work Clerical or file related work (If posted in Headquarters), Verifying taxations on goods passing through ports (If posted in field), Uniform not mandatory.
Amount of work Medium/Less (6/10 in Headquarters and 8/10 in Field Posting)
Salary(After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

Promotion Fast
Transfers Coastal Areas
Department Excise and Customs
Promotion Order 1. Appraiser

2. Assistant Commissioner

3. Deputy Commissioner

4. Commissioner

Hope it Helps. 🙂

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

 

Job Profile of Assistant Section Officer (CSS)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant Section Officer (CSS)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant Section Officer (CSS)

Post Code A
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Medium – High
Posting Location Delhi Only
Type of Work Appointed in various ministries, Required to prepare notes, reports etc. and send to their superiors, Pure desk-only job with hardly any pressure, Lowest post in Central Secretariat Services.
Amount of work 5-6/10 (depending on ministry)
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Less Burden

·        Delhi Posting

·        Fast Promotion

·        Good For UPSC

Promotion Fast
Transfers N.A.
Department CSS
Promotion Order 1. Section Officer,  After 5 years by taking dept. exam, After 10 years by usual process

2. Under Secretary, After completing 4 years of service

3. Deputy Secretary, Based on performance & vacancies

4. Director, rarely possible for SSC entrants.

Hope It Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Central Excise Inspector (CBEC)

Post Code K
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Very High
Posting Location All India
Type of Work Clerical or file work (if posted in headquarter), Executive work like augmentation of central excise & Service tax etc., detection of evasion of taxes etc. (if posted in field), Uniform (Khaki) is optional, Highly respected job.
Amount of work 6/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

Promotion Medium
Transfers All India
Department Excise
Promotion Order 1.      Superintendent (Group-B Gazetted)

2.      Assistant Commissioner

3.      Deputy Commissioner

4.      Joint Commissioner

5.      Addl. Commissioner

6.      Commissioner.

Hope it Hels. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant (Ministry of Railway)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant (Ministry of Railway)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant (Ministry of Railway)

Post Code D
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location in cities with regional HQ and Delhi
Type of Work Clerical but above upper division clerk (LDC), Good perks such as free & discounted railway pass for travelling anywhere in India, Considered one of the most favourite posts.
Amount of work 5/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Less work load

·        All India Railway Pass

Promotion Fast
Transfers N.A.
Department Railways
Promotion Order 1. Sectional officer, after 7-8 years and after 5-6 years if you clear dept. exam,

2. Under secretary,

3. Deputy Secretary,

4. Director

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant (AFHQ)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant (AFHQ)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant (AFHQ)

Post Code G
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location Delhi
Type of Work Clerical work; compiling files, reports and many kinds of paper work.Keeping track of ongoing cases and subsequent follow up.Job burden is less.Comes under Ministry of Defense so additional perks and benefits.
Amount of work 5/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Less work Load
Promotion Fast
Transfers Delhi or Metro Cities
Department Armed Forces
Promotion Order 1. Section Officer, After 4 years,

2. Deputy Director, After 6 years

3. Joint Director, After 5 years,

4. Director, After 5 years,

5. Principal Director.

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant (Intelligence Bureau)

Post Code C
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Few
Posting Location at state headquarters in IB cell or in Delhi.
Type of Work Investigative officer profile, Majorly computer or data-oriented work in the Intelligence Bureau.
Amount of work 5/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Less Work

·        Promotion okay.

Promotion Okay/Meh.
Transfers N.A.
Department IB
Promotion Order 1. Sectional officer,

2. Under secretary,

3. Deputy Secretary.

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Sub Inspectors (CBI)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Sub Inspectors (CBI)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Sub Inspectors (CBI)

Post Code O
Grade Pay 4200
Vacancies Medium/Few
Posting Location Almost 90% of the selected candidates are allotted Delhi Zone only.
Type of Work Similar to state police but more powers. Job is very challenging and you should be able to work under pressure. Sub Inspectors in CBI does not possess revolver/pistol. Training duration is 32 weeks in Ghaziabad.
Amount of work 9/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        High Social Standards

·        Power

·        13 Month Salary

Promotion Slow
Transfers N.A.
Department CBI
Promotion Order 1. Inspector, After minimum 5 years

2. Deputy Superintendent, After 10-12 years

3. Superintendent, After 5-7 years,

4. Senior Superintendent

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Assistant (Other Ministries)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Assistant (Other Ministries)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Assistant (Other Ministries)

Post Code H
Grade Pay 4600
Vacancies Medium or Few
Posting Location Mostly posted in Delhi
Type of Work Clerical/Desk Job
Posted with organizations under Govt. such as Dept. of Personnel & Training, Parliamentary Affairs, Election Commission etc.
Amount of work 5/10 or 6/10 (depending on ministry)
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Less Work
Promotion Medium or Slow
Transfers N.A.
Department Various
Promotion Order 1. Sectional officer,

2. Under secretary,

3. Deputy Secretary.

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Job Profile of Divisional Accountant (CAG)

Howdy Readers,

This is the job profile of Divisional Accountant (CAG)

Basically, I will be writing about pros and cons of that particular post. These pros and cons will help you decide for yourself if you want that post or not.

I will not be making anything up. Before my DV I talked to some of the people working on these posts. They told me the things I have written here.

Divisional Accountant (CAG)

Post Code Q
Grade Pay 4200
Vacancies Medium
Posting Location Posted in cities having offices coming under CAG, Very less transfers once a state is decided.
Type of Work Auditing of works carried out by the state government, No or very less travel, Relaxed job.
Amount of work 4/10
Salary (After 7th Pay Commission) X City – Around 51k
Y City – Around 46k
Z City – Around 42-43k
Pros ·        Very Less Work

·        Signing Power

Promotion Slow
Transfers N.A.
Department CAG
Promotion Order 1. Divisional Account Officer II,

2. Divisional Account Officer I,

3. Sr. Divisional Account Officer.

Hope it Helps. 😊

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Post Preference order for SSC CGL 2017

Howdy Readers,

I am writing this post to impart the knowledge I have on various posts of Group B and C for which SSC conduct the exam. I have talked to various persons working on these posts. I gave the SSC CGL 2016 in which I scored 168/200 in preliminary examination and 319/400 in mains examination (Maths-171 and English-148) Though I was expecting more in maths paper, but it’s okay now and I have 990 AIR (Unofficial) for Tier 1 and Tier 2.
We had to fill the post preference again during DV so I asked various persons about their experience of working on that particular post.
The first thing all of them said is that the post preference only depends on your goals and requirements. So choose accordingly.
I am giving sample Post preference after contemplating on the various aspects and parameters.
The parameters I looked for while making my Post Preference are:

  1. Type of Work
  2. Amount of work
  3. Salary and benefits
  4. Promotions
  5. Posting
  6. Transfers
  7. Desk/Field job
  8. Department

First, I am writing the ideal post preference you should think about putting:

  1. F – Assistant Audit Officer
  2. $ – Assistant Accounts Officer
  3. J – Income Tax Inspector
  4. M – Inspector (Examiner)
  5. L – Inspector (PO)
  6. N – Assistant Enforcement Officer (ED)
  7. E – ASO (MEA)
  8. D – ASO (Railways)
  9. A – ASO (CSS)
  10. G – ASO (AFHQ)
  11. K – Inspector (C. Ex.)
  12. O – Sub Inspector (CBI)
  13. S – Inspector (CBN)
  14. C – ASO (IB)
  15. H – Assistant (Other Minisry-4600 GP)
  16. Q – Divisional Accountant
  17. % – SI (NIA)
  18. # – SI (CBN)
  19. R – JSO (Statistical Investigator)
  20. P – Inspector of Posts
  21. U – Auditor (CGDA)
  22. T – Auditor (CAG)
  23. V – Auditor (Other Ministry)
  24. W – Accountant/JA (CAG)
  25. X – Accountant/JA (Other Ministry)
  26. Z – TA (CBDT)
  27. @ – TA (CBEC)

Now the second list is for those people who want to only prepare for UPSC after selection:

  1. E – ASO (MEA)
  2. D – ASO (Railways)
  3. A – ASO (CSS)
  4. G – ASO (AFHQ)
  5. N – Assistant Enforcement Officer (ED)
  6. J – Income Tax Inspector
  7. Q – Divisional Accountant
  8. C – ASO (IB)
  9. H – Assistant (Other Minisry-4600 GP)
  10. U – Auditor (CGDA)
  11. T – Auditor (CAG)
  12. V – Auditor (Other Ministry)
  13. W – Accountant/JA (CAG)
  14. X – Accountant/JA (Other Ministry)
  15. Z – TA (CBDT)
  16. @ – TA (CBEC)

The Third list is my list which I gave during my DV:

  1. E – MEA
  2. N – AEO (ED)
  3. J – ITI
  4. A – CSS
  5. D – Railways
  6. B – CVC
  7. G – AFHQ
  8. H – Other Ministry (4600)
  9. Q – DA
  10. M ­- Examiner
  11. L – PO
  12. K – C Ex
  13. S – CBN
  14. I – Other Ministry (4200)
  15. % – NIA
  16. U – Auditor (CGDA)
  17. V – Auditor (CGA)
  18. T – Auditor (CAG)
  19. X – Accountant
  20. W – Accountant (CAG)
  21. Z – TA (CBDT)
  22. @ – TA (CBEC)
  23. Y – UDC

In the end, I just want to say that it’s your choice choose wisely.

I will add top job profiles today.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Why should one be Kind to Others??

Well, it is a rhetorical question to ask. But still, I am trying to answer it to the best of my ability. Before moving towards the ‘why-part’ of this article, I should first write about the ‘what and how part’.

An act of kindness is a gesture of goodwill towards someone irrespective of your and their financial state, mental state and physical state. Random act of kindness can be performed anywhere and at any time.

It can be as simple as waving to someone you see regularly, talking to them or even smiling at them once in a while. It is the way in which you connect to people even for a second or two. Although you are not supposed to spend your money to be kind but you can go out of your way and spend some of your money to make someone else’s day.

Even though every other religion encouraged kindness as the investment of some sort from salvation and every culture in one way or other recognized it as one of the most important traits of human personality. But still in some points of our life, feels easier to be unkind. Life is not easy, it has its own ups and downs and when we are not in our great state when we feel the world is working against us, that time we often tend to be unkind.

It is true, we all are vulnerable in one way or another. As Plato once said, “Be kind, because everyone you meet is fighting their own battle.” Don’t be rude to others because you had a long day. Never used that as an excuse to behave badly.

I don’t feel that people should look for reasons to be kind. But I have formulated what I feel should be the reasons for the people to opt kindness. They are:

  • Be Kind, because an act of caring starts a ripple that comes back to you.
  • Be Kind, because it is the rational thing to do. It makes sense to be kind.
  • Be Kind, because it takes courage to be kind. It is challenging to hold your tongue and speak positively to others.
  • Be Kind, because it is difficult to maintain the level you have reached and with the unkind behavior you are going to other person’s level. Try to bring them to your level instead.
  • Be Kind, because being unkind doesn’t solve anything. That sure as hell complicates the things more.
  • Be Kind, because it feels good to be kind, it is the right thing to do and it reflects who you actually are.

Kindness is something we can all engage in anytime and anywhere. Kindness is a choice. Choose it. An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind. But kindness for rudeness will spread honor and happiness. Kindness not only makes you feel good but also it makes others feel good too. And in making others feel good, you inspire them to want to do something kind for someone else.

Kindness is contagious, choose it and try it once in a while.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

A great experience filled with kindness.

Howdy Readers,

Today I want to write something on kindness. It’s not actually a topic it’s just my views on what I saw today…

First of all, let me begin with what I saw today. I was walking down the road just to change my mood and relax my nerves a few minutes ago. I was completely mesmerised with what I saw. Someone came from the opposite side and gave the rickshaw puller, who was sleeping on his rickshaw, some food to eat. I was not shocked to see that because in India, some people don’t like to waste the food and when some food is left they gave it to the needy. I feel it’s a good thing to do for those people who want to help others, but couldn’t because their financial conditions doesn’t allow them to do it. In order make the ends meet, they can’t do what they really want to do.

Anyways, this story is not about the person who gave the food to the rickshaw puller this is about the rickshaw puller himself. He received the food and thanked the person who gave it to him, when that person is gone, he looked around and saw another rickshaw puller sleeping just like him. He, with the food in his one hand, approached the sleeping fellow, wake him up and asked him if he was hungry. The other man replied in the affirmative. He then offered him half of the food given to him and came back and started eating his share in silence.

When he was done, as he didn’t have much left for himself, I approached him and asked him, “Weren’t you hungry, pal?”
“I was… I haven’t had anything from the morning” he replied.
I then asked him again, “Is he your friend? You guys always share food with each other.”
To which he replied, “He just came in this town a few days back and never knew anyone here.”
“I know why are you asking all these questions from me? You want to know why I gave him the food,” he added.
Well, I was curious to know why??
He then said, “I don’t know that he too was hungry, I asked him and he said yes so I shared the food with him. He was here before me. It’s his spot to pick up the travelers in this locality. I am new here. If I hadn’t been here today that guy would have given the food to him. I accepted the help because I was hungry and I just thought he would be hungry too.”

I was astounded with the answer. I had no reply. I was in tears, but I tried not to show him, I shook hands with the man with some sort of pride in his actions and moved on thinking about the lesson I just learned from him. He taught me a lesson today. I had everything I can dream of yet I don’t share it with my own family, but that rickshaw puller who had so little to offer and he didn’t think once before sharing it with others.

I will write more about kindness tomorrow….
Here is the link of the new article: Why should I be Kind to Others??

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

India Since Independence

Howdy Readers,

Today is Day-8, with this I will realise my goal in 13 more days. Trust me its really a great deal for me to write something daily.

On the 8th day of my goal I wrote about India Since Independence. What have we achieved. What more is needed and most importantly What are the blemishes we face in the past 7 decades.
Well, one could write a 700 page book about that (ask Bipan Chandra :)) but tried to put my feelings in less than 400 words.

Do read and tell what you think…..

On 15 August 1947, Pt. Nehru made a tryst with destiny and with that India encountered rendezvous with democracy. And since its inception, India has never looked back. It is on the right path and continues making the right decisions despite the hard conditions it faced in the past.

Our forefathers wanted it to be a welfare state and they made sure that India doesn’t face the hardships it faced for over 200 years. It was made sure by the constitution tabulated by Babasaheb and other members in the Constituent Assembly.

India has been advancing almost every field, from literature to science. All of that is favoured by the reforms (be it land, economic or others) and policies which are made for the people by the people elected by the people. In the economic field, we have achieved unprecedented success and our 5-year plans have been successfully implemented with shining results. We have also achieved success in agriculture and education sector and most significant achievement has been done in defence and space related programmes with our own indigenous missiles and space vehicles.

With the days of success, India has seen some dark days as well. These include emergency in 1975, the emergence of Naxalite groups and terror attacks which have damaged our country from within. Other than that poverty and unemployment are the menaces which are doing the most harm to the nation.

Despite these problems, India is the fastest growing economy. In the 70th year of independence, it is developing at a faster pace than it ever was. The need of the hour is to emphasise on education and youth. Because these are the one which can help India regain its old glory back. The more reforms come in the field of education, the faster India will progress not in one or two sectors but all round dream of development will be realised.

To conclude, I must write that it the result of all the pains and hardships of our forefathers who fought for our freedom, all the leaders who lead us here with the reforms, the decision-making ability of our bureaucrats and the power given to judiciary which is leading India towards betterment and development at a rate faster than any other once-colonialized country in the world.

 

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Is the Death Penalty Effective??

Howdy Readers,

Today, I want to write about the death penalty. Is it effective? Will it solve the problem of crime?
Let’s find out what I think 🙂

The very first thing we need to know is – What A death penalty (Capital Punishment) actually means?? It means punishing a person for the crime he had done in his past by killing him through any suitable way. And now I am quoting a brief history of death penalty via DPIC: “The first established death penalty laws date as far back as the 18th Century B.C. in the Code of King Hammurabi of Babylon, which justified and used the death penalty for 25 different types of crimes. The death penalty was also in the 17th Century B.C.’s Draconian Code of Athens, which made death the only punishment for all crimes, as well as in the 5th Century B.C.’s Roman law of the Twelve Tablets. Death sentences were carried out by means such as crucifixion, drowning, beating to death, burning alive, and impalement.”

 

Now some questions which arises in my mind and what I think about them —

Is death Penalty morally right? Is It Necessary to fight fire with fire?No killing a man is not morally right, although now it is morally accepted by the society that killing a man who kills a man is right. And fighting a fire only increases the fire; we need water to fight a fire.

Is death penalty actually reduces crime rates?

I myself along with hundreds of surveys say that nations without the death penalty have had consistently lower murder rates than those where they punish a person by hanging him, shooting him and beating him to death.

Even if the death penalty did reduce crime rates, Will it then be acceptable?

I don’t think so, I am a peace loving man and I love every human equally, but that does not mean I want that person to roam free who had done that crime, he should be punished for the crime he had done, but not by capital punishment.

Is it fair in terms of crime done by rich and poor? The death penalty targets the economically disadvantaged those who cannot afford to pay their legal bills. There is a saying in the US “Capital Punishment is for those who have no capital and gets the punishment.” And many stats show that is the truth.

How much does it cost? Is it necessary to spend taxpayers money on criminals??

The amount of work that is involved in taking the case all the way to the supreme court to try to get a stay of execution (These are called appeals) It can sometimes take years to exhaust all appeals. Most of the prisoners on death row do not have the funds to fight in court, and so we the taxpayers foot the bill. Lawyers charge for every stamp, every piece of paper, and every minute they talk about the case no matter to whom that might be. You add all this up, plus the cost of housing, feeding and keeping a prisoner for years, plus the cost of the actual death and funeral and it can add up quickly. It not only costs a bundle of money for the death penalty, it costs a bundle of money to keep a prisoner in jail for a life term. Either way, we the taxpayers foot the bill.

Here are many reasons to support that death penalties are ineffective–

  • There are many other alternative punishments for those who had done the crime one of them is imprisonment for life without parole, in which the prisoner should work for his living in the prison.
  • What if, Death Penalty is given to the innocent? Yes, there are many cases in which judges gave the death penalty to those who did not commit the crime. What do we say to his widow and children? Do we erect an apologetic tombstone over his grave?
  • In many cases death penalty gave criminals publicity which they don’t even deserve, and this may cause attention seeker kids to do that crime to get famous which causes harm to themselves and their family only.
  • There is something indecent in the rituals that surround executions and the excitement they provide to the public. We should worry about those who gather outside the prisons to cheer the executioners on; sometimes the crowd started chanting “KILL HIM, KILL HIM.”
  • If we abolish the death penalty in our country, we can be more effective in defending political and religious prisoners who face it abroad.
  • Death penalty costs even higher than to keep the criminal in the prison for life.
  • Death penalty may prolong sufferings of the victim’s family and close one one.
  • Capital Punishment does not reduce crime rates. So why should it be necessary?
  • The death penalty fails to recognize that guilty people have the potential to change, denying them the opportunity to ever re-join society.
  • The death penalty punishes the poor.

Many people support the death penalty as reparation for the wrong done to a victim’s family; they undergo severe trauma and loss which no one should minimize. Executions do not help these people heal nor do they end their pain; the extended process prior to executions prolongs the agony of the family. Families of murder victims would benefit far more if the funds now being used for the costly process of executions were diverted to counselling and other assistance. The harm was now already been done, but encouraging our motives of revenge and avenge which only ends in another killing, extends the chain of violence.

The death penalty is never ever acceptable. It only violates the two of the basic human rights which are right to live and no one should be subject to torture, by the giving death penalty we took away one’s right to life and also subject him to torture sometimes even psychologically by letting him wait for many years to face his death penalty and that wait seems terrifying even if he has done the crime but he is human and should be treated like one. In the end, I just want to say that death penalty should be abolished, not even from our country but from this world. If it is necessary sometimes then it should be in the rarest of the rare cases.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Writing the talk..1..

Howdy Readers,

Today is Day-6 and now I have been left with 15 more days of the daily posting schedule. 🙂

I just want to speak from my heart today on the discussion I just had with my brother.

Here it is…

Before I began I want to tell all of you that I am not a believer. But I am not telling you not to believe, I used to urge people to think, now I don’t do that either. Because people think that I am telling them not to believe.

So what happened today was that I overheard a conversation between my brother and his friend. He was telling him to fear something as his afterlife will be terrible. I was like WTF!!! I thought for a second that every religion I can think of has this same concept, in which they tell people to do good out of the fear of the afterlife. Christians tell people to do good to prevent themselves from going to hell. Hindus tell people to do good so that you are awarded either human form in the next life or getting from this carnal form. And writing about other religions will make this article longer than I could even write at a time.

Talking to him, I said that I can neither deny these claims nor support them, I mean how can I? I am alive right now and I have never seen anyone coming back from dead and sharing his/her heavenly experiences. 😉 Even if someone claims to do so, I cannot support their claim as it can never be verified with proof as my science do things generally.

I only want to write two more things before ending this prose, they are:
1. None of us can have the proof to say there is some supernatural power around us, None of us is getting out of here alive, so please stop living in your afterlife, stop treating yourself as an afterthought, stop thinking about your after future, live in the present.
Jump in the river and walk in the rain.
Be true first to yourself and then to everyone else. Be kind. Be weird.
There is no time for anything else but to work for others.

2. I read this somewhere:
i have
what I have
and I am happy.

i’ve lost
what i have lost
and i am
still happy.

So guys, be happy always.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

A Step Forward Towards Being The Change!

Howdy Readers,

Day before yesterday I wrote about How I did something wrong of which I will be sorry for the rest of my life. Today I am writing about the incident which I am proud of.

Let’s began with the story:

After 2-3 drinks my friends were showing my bff’s relatives that they were happy in their happiness by dancing on the occasion of my best friend’s brother’s marriage(I don’t care if that’s sounds weird) After being exhausted all of us went to sleep, where we had a great laughter before sleeping. We all decided to leave the next morning and when we reached Bahadurgarh the nearest bus stand from the wedding house, we were heading towards Sonipat via Kharkhoda so we board a bus to Kharkhoda which started moving in a few minutes.
Bus conductor came towards us and asked for tickets, we gave him money and then to my surprise he moved towards other passengers without giving us the tickets. We waited for a while, but when we thought he was not going to give us tickets, then a friend sitting next to me called him and asked for tickets. He answered with a smile, ‘‘what is the need of tickets, If I am there’’. Then he sat with us and started influencing us with his shitty talk and told us about his salary (Rs. 8,000) which was very fucking low in this too expensive country like India. Listening him talk I suggested that he should do some part time work to support his extra expenses (In my Opinion, some of them were useless) And He replied, ‘‘Brother I have started many businesses, but not a single one of them profits, after that I bribed an officer Rs. 500,000 and got this job as a conductor in Haryana Roadways which is not even permanent. I have spent tons of money of my family on me to earn money but, I always saw losses and losses’’. He stopped for a while and then started again, ‘‘When I was about your age, I also thought of eradicating corruption from this country, but when it comes to hot food all that thoughts become cold’’.

Now bus stops and 2-3 more passengers came and he went towards them to ask them for their tickets and sat near them. And a loud discussion started between me and my friend about the complete scenario and the way that man was doing corruption which I felt was wrong, because I thought of minimizing the corruption in our country and I was very much obsessed with Mahatma Gandhi’s idea of ‘being the change’ but by letting him do corruption in front of my eyes I was supporting him do so which was not right. After seeing us discussing on that topic, I don’t know what changed him, but he came towards me and handed me tickets and with some anger in his eyes and said, ‘‘Take It!’’ and went towards the driver’s seat.

I was happy at that point of time that I didn’t become part of this corruption web at least for once. When we were leaving the bus, the conductor was standing on the door and He gave me a bad look and said, ‘‘Are you happy now?’’ I smiled and replied, ‘‘Very Much’’ and left the bus with a sort of proud feeling on all of us.

I considered that incident as my very first and smallest victory against corruption and people doing it.
Jai Hind 🇮🇳

We Are Indians! We don’t change.

Howdy Readers,

Today I am writing about how we Indians don’t want to change and how we don’t change our ways to make our very own motherland a better place to live.
Here is today’s post:

We are Indians and we will continue to spit on the no spitting sign, we will continue to smoke in a no smoking area, we will continue to listen to loud music even after 11:00 PM, we will never put waste in dustbins, we need to ‘Chain’ the glass with drinking water tanks, we need to put ‘Remove Footwear’ sign in front of temples, we need to write ‘Be In A Line’ on the walls near ticket counter, we litter near ‘No Littering’ sign and in short, ‘We will never change’

But we will always criticize the person in power because they are the one who is doing nothing other than scams and corruption.

We like things this way because we don’t want to do something.
We don’t want to go near the dustbin to throw waste because either we don’t care to find or that dustbin someplace far.
We can not keep ourselves quite in hospitals.
We can’t control for 5 more minutes to find the toilet.
We can’t stop spitting everywhere after eating paan.
We can’t find a place where we don’t irritate other persons from the smoke of the cigarette.

We don’t want to change.
I mean, if we don’t change then what difference it will make that which clown is in power.
If we, the people of this nation, don’t change for this country then why do we expect that PM, CM will change this country for us.
We need to change from within.

But How??? How Can We Change?
For this, we can start from not throwing waste on roads because this is the easiest thing which we can do.
After that start writing up for something on Facebook, Twitter and Blog
Then if you think time is right and you can change something you don’t like, come forward and speak up in public.

I want us to make me change the title of this ‘note’ from ‘we don’t change’ to ‘we can change’, then to ‘we will change’ and finally to ‘we are change’.

#BeTheChange

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

From My Diary….

Howdy Readers,

This is an old story which I want to share with you guys.

When you have done something wrong, just admit it and be sorry.
I am writing this because I feel sorry for something I did recently and I want to admit it.

So, what I did was the thing I want to fight in my near future, which is Corruption.

This was the evening of 22nd March, 2015; I with my 4 friends was going to visit Bhagat Singh’s Mausoleum to pay homage to the martyr on his martyrdom day (23rd March). We were going to board Punjab Mail and bought tickets for general Compartment.

The train arrived at 9:15 P.M. and we ran for the general bogie and as we expected, it was over-crowded even to put a needle in that. We didn’t even try to board that compartment and went forward to get on the bogies reserved for Indian Army soldiers. None of us expected that Indian Army can say no to civilians like this.
After getting rejected by them our bad luck started when our eyes happened to see the Ticket Checker of Punjab Mail. His name was Chamkor Singh, actually he was telling his name to fellow travellers with pride, when they were bargaining for seats in sleeper class in the name of Gurdwara Sahib (Holy Sikh Temple). But when we begged him for seats, he suddenly told us to go and sit in 3-tier (non-AC) and all of us happily and without even thinking what he was saying, moved our asses on that train.

I thought what a strange night is this?
Few minutes back we were refused by Indian Army and now this TC was trying to help us.

After sometime when we made ourselves comfortable in that coach and started playing cards, he came to check our tickets in a hurry. We show him our tickets and he demanded Rs. 200 each, thinking about our budget, we asked him to lower the price and to our surprise he did reduced Rs. 200 and took Rs. 800 for all 5 of us, marked our tickets checked, gave us 4 seats and left.
When he was marking the tickets, I thought he was going to write seat number and give us receipt of the money he took from us. But there is no receipt for a bribe. All that happened in a hurry and by the time he provided us with seats, we reached Rohtak. I went out to grab something to eat and then I started thinking about what just happened, Was that corruption?
And suddenly my inner soul replied, “Yes, that was”. I came back without buying anything and Chamkor was nowhere to be found in that coach.

That was the time, I started feeling worse about myself because I want to fight corruption at some time in my life and for the first I was directly connected with the crime.

Like every human -In my thoughts- I started to rationalize the whole scenario in a way that I was helpless and I was not wrong and all that shit. But it took me much less time to realize that I was the one who is responsible for that crime.

I admit it and I will be sorry for the rest of my life. Because no one ever died choking, trying to swallow his pride down the throat.

 Jai Hind 🇮🇳

When I met a Soldier.

Howdy Readers,

I have promised myself to be back again at least for the next 20 more days. 😊 So Here I am….

Let’s Start with today’s topic.

Today I will talk about Soldiers. The persons who are ready to sacrifice themselves for the sake of their country. I feel they are one of the most selfless Indians you will ever meet.

They don’t care about how they look, they don’t care about the politics going on (sometimes that politics involve them directly), they don’t care about their social lives, themselves and their family. The things they care about is their country, their country’s prestige, and their country’s safety.

Today I met a soldier while talking to him I tried to understand the condition they are living in. How they have to suffer due to the politics going on around them. Today’s post may be titled as “When I met a Soldier” but it’s not about how and when, it’s about the problems they face now and then. And how they overcome those problems with minimal resources without demanding much from the authorities.

Talking to that person I found out that they are certain irregularities and mismanagement in the Army. For example:

  • India can easily buy better weaponry and equipment including lighter bulletproof jackets, but due to corruption in the highest places we are not doing anything and letting those terrorists and enemies kill our soldiers.
  • Even the clothing given to the soldiers are not up to the mark. The jackets are big and noisy and when you have to carry ammo pouches your enemy can hear you from a long distance. The quality of shoes and helmets are even worse. I want to quote him, “The less I say about these things are the better.”
  • The most severe problem is the local support. In areas like Kashmir, the army doesn’t have any local support. People are throwing rocks and abusing every time we are on duty. Sometimes it feels like what is the point of protecting these people. But then we remember Indian map. The army is there not to protect those inconsiderate people, but to save this country’s pride.

Then I questioned him why is he there even with the problems they face.

His answer shook me completely.

He replied, “Sahab, paisa jitna yahan milta hai utna to hum kahin bhi kama lete. Ye desh ki seva karna, wo uniform pehanna; uske baad raat ko jo nind aati hai wo boht sukoon ki hoti hai.”

Even writing this gave me goosebumps again.

I think these politicians only want to be glued to their seats they use soldiers’ names and always promise to do this and that, but when they come in power but in the end, nothing is done and achieved.

And to improve the situation of the soldiers and armed forces the internal and external corruption should be eradicated. Politicians should take armed forces more seriously and voluntary services should be added to the armed forces. This will make this our youth more disciplined and more aware about the actual scenario.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Starting a new life…

Howdy Readers,

I am Proud Indian. I have started this blog with a view to improving myself. Lately, I have observed that I am quite overdependent on my friends, which I was not used to a year back. I can’t take a decision without consulting them. I always overthink which is never a good thing for anybody.

The things I am trying to achieve are:

  • My mental Stability. (It’s not that I am mentally ill or something, it’s just that I want to live a stable life and that too alone)
  • My will power
  • The determination towards the ultimate goal of my life.
  • And to decrease the overdependent attitude.

How will I try to do all this?

  • I am getting off the social networks. (Initial target 21 days)
  • I have turned off all the messaging services like WhatsApp and Messenger etc.
  • I have turned my phone off.
  • I will start meditating again with a target of 30 minutes per day and then gradually increase the time to 1 hour…. In that manner, further.

To achieve the goals, I will get out of my house and try to meet a person daily and learn something new daily. I will also write my experience to get the most out of that. I will be helping others as well, but my foremost priority is to help myself. I believe people should always help themselves to help others. Now, as this my first post I will write daily for next 21 days.

So guys, fasten your seatbelts for the reading experience with me and share this with as many people as you can. I hope you will like what I am doing and trying to achieve.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

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