2015 Reflections Part 1 : Expanding boundaries

We are in the last month of 2015, and I’ve began summarizing things I’ve done/experienced/ learned this year.

There are two things I did which I’ve never done before.

1. Opted out of  domain subject – ‘Digital Image Processing’ not out of compulsion but out of pure interest and curiosity.

Photography and microscopic image analysis are my areas of inclinations, so even knowing that I’m zero in programming my heart directed me to go for the course. Whatever be the final results, I’m glad that I enjoyed the course.

[Earlier, I’ve been a very bad listener of  intuitions, I used to avoid the voice emerging from within and used to give preference to what majority Junta is been doing when it came to academics. I’m content that this year I acknowledged the voice within]

2. Expressed myself fully – Sent hand written long letters (gratitude notes) to my mother and father. Told friends and colleagues how much they matter to me. Kissed flowers, caressed leaves, watched birds, hugged trees and spent quality time under the umbrella of sky doing nothing. Prepared hand made cards for teachers who touched my life. Appreciated goodness in people, exchanged smiles with strangers, helped others for the sake of helping (and not for getting help in return), made people feel special about themselves and above all fallen in deep love affair with life.

# I learned that when we choose to do something (a little thing, a little change daily) which we have never done before fear/doubt slips in naturally. However, with time ( continuity in our actions ) confidence takes over our being and there’s no place for limiting thoughts.

#So, just keep expanding the boundaries.

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