Wednesday, November 19, 2008

About victories and defeats ..




Life is full of constant up and down , a sine curve will be a ideal definition of how God has planned our lives. Its full of pleasant surprises and disgusting shocks. 


At time one will feel that he is on top of the world , nobody can compete with him , he has got all the things to succeed and at times one feel that how disgusting the life is , and one is the bloody biggest looser in the world . This is the way I feel life is for most of us.


I think the biggest lesson I’ve learned in my life is to be “ Humble in my victories and graceful in my defeats “ , as I know I may loose at times even when I had put my best efforts and at times I may win even when I have not worked even half as good as others . The rule of averages is very clearly fits for glories in life, there are very few people who always win and there are very few people who always loose. 

Its very easy to curse your luck or blame others for your hard times in case of failure and its very easy to go overboard and announce yourself as the ultimate winner when you achieve something big , but the real gentleman are the people who stay in control and stay humble in their victories and graceful in their defeats .

5 comments:

Rishabh Makrand said...

quite mathematical and nice read, even I have defined Human life as "complex number" on "Argand plane", after all math is essence of every engineers life..lols

Ankit said...

Yeah Engineers Rocks !

Saibal Barman said...

And, finally it moves on to shed all shackles of being to merge into an absolute nothingness...leaves only a few shines to reassure that it was there..somewhere...for some moments..in its pursuit of exploring whether it was all real or just some dreams...
Excellent piece !
Regards,

Ankit said...

Thanks Alot ..

I thought you made it look so spectacular.. the ending you gave is mesmerizing , If you permit me I will like to add your words to end the post ..

Thanks for visiting Freedom ..

Saibal Barman said...

I adore the way you've touched the chords in me...feel free to string it up, my dear friend !