View of the outside world from inside a fishbowl

July 21, 2006

A new beginnig.

Filed under: philosophy — coolantz @ 3:42 am

No matter, how many times one does this, I feel, things remain the same. The new smell, faces, and culture. Basically, it’s always a mix of excitement, fear, thrill, lack of comfort, and more feelings associated with the one thing that is constant (and consistent) at any level, i.e the change.

Be it a change of house, change of people you interact with, or change of workplace, it takes some ‘getting used to’ on all the elements involved it the change.

I happen to have changed my office. I am experiencing the feeling referred to as ‘change’ . I guess, so will my new boss, and my old one. Not to forget the friends I had there.

The place seems new, the methods newer. My only companion on this first day at new place is me. Reminds me of my first day at school, much the same. First day at college. I could go on and on ….. I hope you get the picture.

Sounds bad ? I wouldn’t say.Without the quest for changing every aspect of our day to day life, I’m pretty sure, we might not have evolved, as the way we have.

As for me, change is essential for progress, experience, and my one quest “learning what life wants me to do…..”.



  1. change is always difficult.. maybe that’s why I have been in the same job for 6.5 yrs!

    BTW what did ur sis eventually wear to the party? 🙂

    Comment by Twilight Fairy — August 7, 2006 @ 7:04 am | Reply

  2. 6.5 yrs, great !
    Splendid 🙂 (really). I’m sure you’d have numerous other reasons for sticking on, even more significant than the ‘fear of change’! 😉

    OK, abt. my sis!
    Well, the other character in that story – my mom, with the years of experience and wisdom at her side, kept her composure, approached the tailor next day, and got the dress fixed ! (No patchwork there, the entire ‘salwar’ thing re-done!!!) .


    Comment by coolant — August 7, 2006 @ 7:36 am | Reply

  3. good luck dude…….and nice to c u out there on my blog 🙂

    Comment by Deepak — August 10, 2006 @ 11:29 am | Reply

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