CFL and Tea

A lazy Sunday afternoon

I was sipping tea while sitting peacefully under the fan with a glowing CFL for assistance imagining a conversation for an upcoming story.

I could see the moving reflection of CFL in the tea cup. The more I tried concentrating on the CFL, blurry became the tea and light was all I could see floating in the cup.

I shrugged off my vision and concentrated on the disco-dancing tea. Result was as you can expect. After few seconds I saw only the moving tea and the CFL reflection was too blurry to be noticed.

This is one of the fascinating facts about human mind.

Let’s correlate this teeny tiny observation with real life. Assume the Tea to be a Problem and the CFL to be a Solution (you can mark anyone as positive or negative or whatsoever pleases your imagination).

The more you concentrate on the Problem, all you will see is more of the problem and the Solution will be farther away from your vision.

The sooner you start concentrating on the Solution your problems will be shadowed and pushed into the background and the Solution is all that will prevail.

P.S. – The Tea was absolutely refreshing.

P.P.S. – I have published a post after quite a long time so please be kind to me and share your opinions.

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Karan Singh Surana

I am a geek with a lively personality and an above average sense of humour. I am a firm believer and a living example of – Whatever happens, happens for the good. May sound cheesy, but it’s true. With an aspiration to travel to space someday, I have a post-graduate degree in Technology. Am currently working as an Operational Manager in a Diagnostic Centre in Greater Noida. Born and brought up in Kolkata, with roots in Rajasthan, I am a present dweller of NCR. My debut novel released on March 27th, 2015 which goes by the name 'All the best, Baby'. You can also connect with me via : Facebook – www.facebook.com/kssbaby Twitter – @KSSurana

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