My Nani (maternal grandmother) used to tell me about her experiences and story of the village in which she used to live with her inlaws. She said that women of that time asked each other in the evening if their horses had arrived at their homes. I asked what that meant, and she explained that people used to travel by horse, so by asking about the horse, the ladies meant if the family member or the husband of the lady she asked the question had come or not as travels used to take days at that time.
According to Wikipedia Murphy’s law can be defined as “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” I registered for the TCS NQT exam to test my skills, TCS had given the students an advisory that they have to take one of their mock tests (IRC & the other one) for testing the compatibility of the host system. For the test’s I was supposed to download their application and then appear for the test.
The above title was the title of a poem by Pam Ayres in my English literature book in class 9th (CBSE). It describes the pain faced by the author while having treatment of her tooth by the dentist and her regret of not caring about her tooth earlier. In my 8th class a dental camp was organized in my school, the doctor had told me I have cavities in my multiple teeth and I need to get it fixed but the day I decided to visit the dentist, however, their clinic was closed.
I was busy on my phone, I heard my sister quoting the phrase “This too shall pass” while talking to my mother. She was telling in Shrimad Bhagawat Gita, Arjuna’s asked lord Krishna how one can stay humble and hopeful in his good times and bad times respectively. Lord Krishna told him that he should think in this manner: The good times are not permanent and he must prepare for the hard times should not become egoistic and stay humble.