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Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most. - (Mark Twain and me)

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

 

Wish List for 2007

None this year. Not that I make lists every year.
Nearly most of the things in last year's list will be carried forward this year. Even worse(real worse), thinking about what I did useful(on a personal or career level which is more important than places) in 2006, makes me feel bad!
The problem, is poor self assesment. Its like the survey where 80% of the people rated themselves in top 20% drivers. Its funny but shows a serious physcological problem most people also have(like me). Being average kind of sounds bad. But 50% of people have to be below average(ok,medain).
I always think I can do more than what I really do.This always led to disappointments throughout right from school days to me. Its like after the exams, promise myself that I will make better use of study holidays in the next sem.
After every single thing like an exam or interview, I always feel I could have easily done better and I strongly believed that. There wasn't even one till todate, which I was happy about after its completion. Perhaps, the actual truth (which I started to believe) is that Im no good as I think Iam. It took so many years for me to realise that Im a fool. But it was a good revealation though.

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>>It took so many years for me to realize >>that I'm a fool

we knew it all along though!
 
finding other fools is easy, but finding if one himself is a fool or not is more difficult. that holds to u/others too :-)
 
Reply for your comment on Balaji's blog:

Arun - If you think Kapil dev is just an ordinary player. Read this article and get your brain washed.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/allrounder/content/story/276575.html
 
Hey Kid!

"But, Im saying the current selection tests is definitely not good, bcos of the sheer low percentage of good players compared to our population"

Do you want the selectors to go and look for raw talent in every street.

They can select only the players who appears for Ranji and performs well and that's what they are doing.

Just because you have a population of 100 million, you can't have 11 players who can beat any team any time.

It's not the selection fault, the fault is with the attitude of indian people towards sports.

There are only few people who are ready to take sport as their career. That should get changed.
 
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