Daily life analogy…

I was lying on my back at midnight hoping that goddess sleep would bless me soon when the below words fell on my ear… I don’t know if somebody actually said them or I was dreaming… but I remembered them word to word when I got up in the morning… hence I thought of penning it down…

It went this way… 

“People who are very close to each other in any relationship, at times take things for granted while people who are separated from each other by distance put in that extra effort to see to it that, they keep the spark alive…something similar to, when we stay very near to office, we take things for granted like, I can get a cab in 2 mins and reach office in 5 mins flat, he will seldom consider what if I dont get a cab in 2  mins?? what if the cab breaks down in the travel?? but on the another hand, a person who would come travelling by a bus or a train that takes him or her more than an hour to reach office would seldom start late taking anything related to bus or train granted…” 

Its is more often than not noticed in many organsations, that people who stay close by often  report to office late while the ones coming from faroff are more often than not in time…I am clueless as to how and where I heard this, but it made sense totally!!!

I guess “being close” and “taking things for granted” has some connection, though blur… 

(Hope this is not an indication, that I am taking someone for granted…. *pondering*)

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4 thoughts on “Daily life analogy…

  1. Maybe it is pure Entitlements that we build around life and it’s smaller nuances is what makes us take things for …well entitled. Good one

  2. “People who are very close to each other in any relationship, at times take things for granted while people who are separated from each other by distance put in that extra effort to see to it that” – Very rightly said. Quite an interesting post. Enjoyed reading it 🙂

    Btw, hope you enjoy reading my post – When love calls

    Take care and keep blogging 🙂

  3. Yes, it is a thing to ponder about. What if things actually not happen as proposed?

    I usually get late for my college, because I think I will reach within half an hour as it normally take. But sometimes bus reaches late, classes start a bit early or the teacher doesn’t.

    Here what we need is a proper timetable that can guide us to channel our day in proper manner.

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