Daily Interaction

Daily Interaction

Daily Interaction | By Yogesh Upadhyay

My recent experience with the hedonist attitude could have landed me into trouble 😅. But as it is said that sometimes some forces are there that do not let you fall into the trap of trouble. This makes me write about troubles, as do they emerge all by themselves or do we create them. Here is a short narration of one among my Daily Interaction by Yogesh Upadhyay i.e. ME!

To substantiate I jolt down my recent experience with it. The story goes like I was delaying the form filling for a particular vacancy in govt sector employment opportunity. I delayed it to the extent that the day before the last date I started applying to it. But due to lacking a document could not able fill it completely. So rushed to get that document made to the office but to a surprise to my knowledge, it could take 3-4 days. As I had told you that the last date of applying for the post was near so did not have much time to wait. Rushed to the govt office to get the work done. As govt works are too hedonist in their attitude, so as I am. This engraved my position on how to do it. I insisted the officer be there to get my work done asap. Of course with a pleading face. This could have worked and was my last resort. But one thing about govt work is they are clumsy in doing work and it is only till you don’t have a connection. I called one of my last known people to know if they knew about someone at the office. And yes! It worked. He found a source. And I made my work done.

The other is as Indian moms are so mine. I had an exam on a day and I forgot where I kept my keys she shouted to be so careless. I too went outside of home shouting at her too. Hoping that my voice can put my stand but who can be enough elder than mom. However, I got a new set of keys and got my scooter started to go.

Here problem also gets resolved.

But what I understood from all the experience is troubles are waiting for you all the time but the great thing about troubles is that they are troubles until you find a solution for them. So troubles are traps more like a landmine in the way of a smooth journey, once you are careless enough to step on it blasts.

So the thing is

As put by Dr. Seuss that the troubles are more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I’ve bought a big bat. I’m all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!

Let’s save tomorrow’s troubles for tomorrow.

Patricia Briggs.

About the Author

Mr. Yogesh Upadhyay is an eminent Engineer and belongs to the Mechanical Engineering field. With firm command over language skills, he likes penning down life experiences in the most natural expressions possible. He is a bold and charismatic personality with an entrepreneurial mindset. With great aptitude skills, he owns and likes solving real-life problems.

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