Saturday, 5 April 2014

Employed...


                  



The bell kept on ringing but he hesitated to open the door , irritated his mother came from the kitchen throwing an angry glance at him .

He swiftly moved out of his home , not wanting to answer their questions again that repeatedly scathed him , giving nothing but an unrelenting pain .

Quietly he sat on the banks of the river that had embraced dejected souls like him over decades , who come , tired of facing this cruel world that judges people with results and never efforts .

Present day…..“ I would always be indebted to you Sir for giving an opportunity to a fresher like me “ said the new recruit in a thankful voice .

“ Don’t be son , just do your work with dedication , I know very well the pangs of not being employed “ replied the founder of the organization in a humble tone .



                                       



                                             For this day of letter " E "





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14 comments:

  1. so many people can show sympathy but only people who have gone through the same pain can understand the real feeling.. nicely penned down :-)

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  2. Unemployed youth have bear the taunts of not only the society but also of their near and dear ones.

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  3. Employed story filled with empathy :) really made me smile!

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  4. O yes, that's an important word with E...especially in a country like ours! You have spoken of an unemployed person's angst quite nicely in this post.

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  5. That was a good story of compassion and humility

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  6. If all employers had that mindset, many people would not be quitting their jobs! Only if every employer was really like that... great story!

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  7. Oh boy. We all can empathize with this world.....it's always the results, never the "you did your best".

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  8. It' so true and what matters is doing one's work with honesty and dedication. Very beautifully written, Doc:)

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  9. The meme holds true for so many experiences. We can receive comfort through the trials we face knowing it is a teaching experience that will help us to be more compassionate and aid us in our ability to help others. Well done!

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  10. Unemployment is tough. Loved the positive tone in your piece :-)

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  11. Only those who have known defeat, suffering, struggle, loss can understand the pain of others!! Good that he found a savior!!

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  12. Veru true di.. Now a days numbers are more imp than nature.. Yet at the end its the nature who wins..:)..:)

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Do scribble down few words ...it motivates :)