Feb 2, 2011

Want to work in heaven?

As long as the work is interesting, fame-giving and gainful in someway or the other, the person who is working on it or responding on it does not mind about anything else. But the moment it becomes clutter, troublesome or effort-full, all the questions such as the team which is supposed to be doing it, or the person who shall be responding on it etc pop up. If he is the same person who is supposed to work on that, then he takes it as a challenge; if he is not, then he brings in the right person to face the challenge, thinking happy for putting himself out of the mess.

I wonder, why at all such questions are not thought of before addressing any issue!

As I write this, I remember a quote by Albert Einstein:

“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction”

Where a right person addresses the right issue in the right direction to meet the right expectations that is the place we feel heaven to work in. I know I’m sounding ideal, but who does not want to work in heaven?