Tuesday, January 19, 2010

WHOSE JOB IS IT - WATCH YOUR ATTITUDE

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Story of 4 People


(Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, Nobody)







There was an important job to be done and


Everybody was asked to do it.


 


Everybody was sure Somebody would do it.


Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it.


 


Somebody got angry about it,


But it was Everybody’s job.


 


Everybody thought Nobody could do it,


But Nobody realized that


Everybody would not do it.


 


It ended up that


Everybody blamed Somebody


When actually


Nobody asked Anybody!


 



 




I suppose, I don’t need to talk more about it… do I? Nevertheless, if ‘Anybody’ has any questions, please do post your comments and I would be happy to answer… J

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10 comments:

  1. Its an eye opener for many of us out here.. :D Thanks a lot. Very good one :D

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  2. Well, it was indeed an awakening for me too when I learnt it about 19 years ago. Thanks very much, dear Pratibha, for your appreciation. Do stay in touch and share your valuable thoughts with us, here, too. Cheers! :)

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  3. Simple, yet great thought. It all begins within us. Attitude brings in all the difference! nice post Sir :)

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  4. This is interesting indeed, sort of the thing that goes around most of the places...

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  5. @Mohan Thank you so much, dear Mr. Mohan, for your apt eulogy! :)

    @Santulan Yeah! That's right, dear Santulan! Thanks for writing in! I like your name - 'Santulan'. It's so meaningfully distinguishing. Cheers! :)

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  6. The trouble is most somebody's think they are everybody,and they represent everybody,and sadly everybody agrees as well.That's how everybody lands up doing nothing.

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  7. Very well put in, Sir! I find your post very appealing because there are very few blog posts which emphasize on having a great attitude...

    Thank you for this post.. It really refreshed me! :)

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  8. @Gyanban That's what invariably leads to collective inaction which is becoming so very common, my dear friend! Thanks for your valuable input, here. :)

    @Parth J Dave Thanks very much, dear Parth, for your admiration and approval of the significance of a right attitude in life and society. See you back here for more. Cheers! :)

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  9. nice blog!

    i found your blog through keyword "auto follow".

    im following you.. pls follow me back.

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  10. Very interesting and inspiring. I learned something. Keep writing.

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