Wednesday, January 20, 2010


This is the most hackeyened word I am hearing now a days. And really, now I am fed up with this word.

Everyone tries to be cool in one or another ways. I think there is a race, who wins first prize and who gets the last. Here I will not accentuate the positives but try to slam on people who are being ostentatious for the sake of being cool.

Some shows their coolness by drinking alcohol. They think that those who do not drink are not in the category of cool. Some try to swear in public. They do not care whom they are swearing at. Some think that being atheist is being cool. I do not have any problem with these guys because after all this is their point of view. It is ok that you do not believe in God but what is the point in flaunting in public. For someone coolness is to talk as many girls they want, and for someone it is to remain awake whole night. Some people think different but speak differently for the sake of being cool and some even forget their identity for the same. Some try to boast in a group (They even may not open their mouths in public) while some do any mischievous in an easy prof’s class. Some go over for no cause and some try to preach others. Some feel that those who attend all the classes can not be cool and for some those who get good marks in one night study are cool. Some even dare to speak ill to whom they like and some enjoy in nitpicking. For someone entering late into the class is coolness while for some, making fool of an aged teacher is the sign of coolness.

Why you guys are trying to be cool? Can not you be yourself??

I am done now. If you have anything to share, you are most welcome.

If inadvertently I hurt the feeling of someone then I am sorry.

Signing off
Anil Anuragi

Friday, January 15, 2010

Easy vs Difficult..

This is the first time I am copying something. This was so touching for me that when I finished reading it the first idea that came to my mind is to share this with you people.
So here it goes….

Easy is to judge the mistakes of others .....Difficult is to recognize our own mistakes
Easy is to talk without thinking ......Difficult is to refrain the tongue
Easy is to hurt someone who loves us........Difficult is to heal the wound...
Easy is to forgive others ..........Difficult is to ask for forgiveness
Easy is to set rules..........Difficult is to follow them...
Easy is to dream every night........Difficult is to fight for a dream...
Easy is to show victory......Difficult is to assume defeat with dignity...
Easy is to admire a full moon.......Difficult to see the other side...
Easy is to stumble with a stone......Difficult is to get up...
Easy is to enjoy life every day......Difficult is to give its real value...
Easy is to promise something to someone.......Difficult is to fulfill that promise...
Easy is to say we love......Difficult is to show it every day...
Easy is to criticize others......Difficult is to improve oneself...
Easy is to make mistakes........Difficult is to learn from them...
Easy is to weep for a lost love......Difficult is to take care of it so not to lose it.
Easy is to think about improving......Difficult is to stop thinking it and put it into action...
Easy is to think badly of others.........Difficult is to give them the benefit of the doubt...
Easy is to receive........Difficult is to give
Easy to read this......Difficult to follow
Easy is keep the friendship with words.........Difficult is to keep it with meanings

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Q: What has been consistent in these four years of your college life?
A: Ummm… Let me guess. Ok. The differentiation over my body’s fatness is equal to zero. :D

Q: The thing, the book or the situation that has changed you a lot?
A: It is this book The Fountainhead. Though I have not completed it yet but it has changed my thinking a lot. I think everyone must read this book.

Q: What is the happiest moment in your life?
A: It is at 7:20 pm on 24th December 2009.

Q: If you give money, you make his day and if you tell him how to make money, you make his life. Your comment on this sentence?
A: Superb!!!!, Now I will not throw money on beggars. Thanx!!

Q: What is the first thing you do after waking up?
A: I see the roof of my room. Then I pray to God for my better day and touch the feat of the earth.

Q: The best movie in 2009?
A: Well, there is a tie between Wake Up Sid and 3 Idiots. But I think 3 Idiots deserves more credit.

Q: What is a transistor?
A: Let us not get on to the funny business. :P

Q: What makes you happy?
A: Any tiny thing. Even a simple Hi can make me happy.

Q: What are yours two negative and two positive qualities?
A: I do not want to reveal my interview answers.

Q: What is your first reaction when you see a beautiful girl?
A: I see, your eyes are stuck to see that answer.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Did I do right??

It was 27th December. We (me and my two friends) were going our homes by Jharkhand Express after the semester break. The train came at the right time. Initially in our compartment there were five people out of 8 seats. Then a lady joins in Ranchi station itself. So now there are 6 people. We had seats of middle, middle and side upper. After taking tea my friends went to sleep and I along with three other passengers including the lady were awake. I usually don’t sleep when we are 3 A’s in a journey. But this time I was travelling with R & D. The two other guys were busy chitchatting on issues which I guessed was some Airlines jobs related things.

So when after everyone was asleep except the lady and me. She started to talk to me. I was busy in reading The Fountainhead at that time when she interrupted me asking “Beta, kahan ja rahe ho” (Son, where are you going). I said “Aunty, Mai ghar jaa raha hoon. (Aunty, I am going home). The she asked “ kya karte ho?” (What do you do”). “I am studying in B.I.T. Mesra”, I said. She was not familiar with this college being a Ranchietes. We started off talking like that and she was interrupting me again and again. So I better thought off to stop reading my book and shall give a company to her. She started telling about their family like my son is in Singapur. He comes for a weak or so in a year and my daughter is studying in Delhi. She had a mobile with her. Thanks to Richard H. Frenkiel and Joel S. Engel who have made life so easy. Her mobile was of old model, I guessed. So its battery was going down rapidly. And she was worried because she sad to travel all the way to Delhi. And I was sure that till the time she would reach there dusk would start coming. And I was not sure whether she would be able to meet her daughter or not. She was going to bring her ill daughter home.

After reaching Bokaro two other members joined us. They were strange guys. She requested me to see whether there is any plug in the compartment for charging. I roamed here and there and didn’t see any plug. I told her the same.
She was wanting me to go outside for her charge but I was not willing to go because I had my laptop along with my luggage and my friends were sleeping. So I thought that that was not a good idea and I offered my cell to call her daughter. She did so. I really wanted to help her but I was helpless to do so.

Then after calling my home I too went to sleep as lights were put off and I could not read my novel. I woke up in the morning and saw that train was running late by 3 hours. Again I closed my eyes and slept for an hour.
My station comes at 10 A.M., but before stepping down from the train I had this feeling that should I have gone for her charge as I was sure that her battery could not last till Delhi and she was visiting that city for the first time.

So please tell me: did I do right in that situation?