Sunday, January 18, 2015

Controversy or Creativity ?

Everyone wants to be famous, no one wants to lead a life of an underdog. Even dogs would want to be famous like Laika and Hachiko if they had a functioning brain like us. If anyone would deny this fact then there is no better hypocrite. Being famous and not being famous can never be the same things and equality can never be achieved as far as that is concerned. If you had a hidden desire to be famous then you will always want to be famous.

People choose to be famous in various ways, many people prefer the short-cuts as they are afraid of the hardships they have to face. Showing your creativity to the people is the best way to express yourselves and become famous. How can one become famous by showing off the creativity? The answer is very simple, the more creative you are the more famous you are and more people would appreciate your work but there is always a question hidden in the simple answers. How will you measure your creativity? Is there any device to measure your creativity or is there any proper way to measure it? No, no such device has been invented or discovered which can do that task. How will you get to know about your level of creativity? You can never know it as people don't have time to evaluate your level of creativity and then write that to you, people are far less busy than what they actually portray to be, you can not change them and why shall they change for you? You don't pay them. It is only you who has to understand your own improvement and you can never flatter your-own self.
Being creative is not the cup of tea of every human being, so most of the people choose to get in the midst of controversies and get the spot-light. It is by far the easiest way to be famous and is very well used by the politicians and the actors who are not getting break.

You have to either find out the creative you or the politician or the actor in you. Then the choice will become very easy and fame will be at your door-step.      

And now the story begins...

This year has taught me a lot of things and I have discovered a lot of me and I still think that much more is still left undiscovered. ...