Thursday, August 10, 2006

Heroes in the End

You feel immensely happy when you see the hero winning in the end of the film fighting against all odds. Anybody remembering Revanth in the movie Beladingala Baale when at the end of the movie solves the puzzle to find the Beladingala Baale's address when he is in a chess tournament.

We are like that. We wait till the last minute to do our work. Let it be the paying of bills, finishing the assignment in colleges or planning for a trip. And its more joyful when finish your work in the end when the pressure is mounting rather than you do it in the beginning itself. Out of the chaos you find the solution and it is better. You are more happy to see Indian cricket team winning the final against Australia after losing all the matches against them in the league stage rather than winning all the matches including the final. Strange isn't.

Remembering a incident in the school days. Our teacher asked that how many of you would like finish the homework much early before the submission date. Hands raised were few. But when asked how many of you would like to finish the homework on the day before the submission date many hands were raised. Many of us still would remember the last minute assignment completion whether in school or in college. In college that was different, come early in the morning to college finish the assignment work just before the lecturer arrives. And how can I not mention the day or night before the exam when you yourself are tensed and get calls from all of your friends for those extra tips for the exam. Even remember some of my friends saying proudly 'I read all in the last 2 days and still able to finish and write the exam'.

Our movies reflect our attitude and sometimes it influences the latter. We want happy adventurous endings in our films. So for all, the title suits the best "Heroes in the End".When success comes to you on a daily basis you are obsessed with it. So when greater challenge comes before us, we would enjoy facing it.


  1. nice post. u have mentioned about impact of movies on people's attitude.

    We usually postpone our work and finally do it under pressure. Apply Parento's principle here. 80 percent of work is done in 20 percent of time.

    Pareto's Principle - The 80-20 Rule. The 80/20 Rule means that in anything a few (20 percent) are vital and many(80 percent) are trivial.

    One can apply this 80/20 Rule to almost anything, from the science of management to the physical world.

  2. Hi Raveesh,
    Most of the human beings are lazy by default. Unless the task is exiting or highly rewarding its likely to be kept aside.

    Don't remind us of those JNVC holiday assignments and project works. Full commitment to those would have ensured that we never get out of the house during entire holiday, so it was taken for granted they they're to be touched upon only on last few days, if at all...

    Same in software Industry and almost everywhere...


  3. "Roots of education are bitter, but its fruits are sweet"

  4. Thumba chennagide. Olle title olle observation.

    Procrastination annodu manushyana natural guna irabahuda?

    Keep going!

  5. Anonymous ravare,

    kelasa mundooDuvudu manushya naija gunavennuva abhipraaya sariyenisuttade!




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