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SARITA DEVI- THE LOSS SHE DIDN'T DESERVE
Just imagine, you had been working hard for an exam for months, Spending your days and nights studying the subject, making notes on it and understanding its complex topics for hours. You are poor but still you managed to buy your books with the little money you had. Passing the exam with top marks was your dream. You were right on path, you sacrificed all those activities that gave you pleasure like watching t.v, talking to your friends just for the sake to reach your goal. You give your exam and you are confident that no one can stop you from reaching the top position. You eagerly wait for the results. Once the results are announced….Ghosh……all your expectations fall flat on the ground. The results are declared and it says you have failed in your exam. What would go through your mind. Of course you will burst into tears and no one could console you because you know how much pain you had gone through to prepare for this exams. Deep in your mind, you know the one who checked your answer sheet has done a blunder while checking your answer sheet but rules say that you cannot apply for a recheck. The results once declared are final. You had lost a battle you could clearly win but just because someone judged you unfairly, you lost. How cruel is that. Same thing Happened with Sarita devi, our very own Indian boxer who lost to a Korean boxer Jina park because of unfair judgement. People who are complaining that she showed lack of sportsmanship….get a life you morons…..what if such a thing had happened to you. Damn she worked hard and this is what she got. The day you will be unfairly judged that day you won’t cry over saying that Sarita devi didn’t show up true sportsmanship. True sportsmanship my ass…..what for she should show true sportsmanship..for the injustice meted to her.
I am completely in support of Sarita. She is indeed is one of the bravest of our country we have seen. What she did today was absolutely most necessary. Call it whatever you like, but I think she proved that she is a true sportsman and that is why she had the guts to refuse the bronze. Her passion for the sport of boxing is unparalleled. When she clearly deserved the silver, there was not a single soul by her side to help her put her appeal. I feel sorry, that Sarita had to borrow money from a journalist to make her appeal. Ashamed at my country’s sports ministry and officials for being so callous and so least bothered. What is the role they play? In india most of the sports men and women are given absolutely ridiculous level of facilities and motivation for training, and yet we have such excellent talent pretty much preparing for international games all on their own. Instead of putting a ban on a deserving player, and insulting her further, I appeal to our Govt. to come forward for once and show support and love for these heroes who bring you these medals without any much recognition and celebration back home. Please please stand up by her side……Sports in our country is in a real pathetic condition and if we discourage players like sarita devi. You are actually making the condition more worse. You first rob her of a medal and then you plan to ban her…..Height of Injustice done to this great lady……..COME ON INDIANS…SPEAK OUT AGAINST THIS INJUSTICE DONE TO HER…
There was a post on facebook “Since sex got easier to get, love got harder to find”, a quote that drew my attention. I kept thinking about it and felt curious about it, I forwarded this quote to my friends and got a good collection of thoughts, opinions and perceptions. Here are some of them :- 1) Maybe, I think people find no difference between love, infatuation, attraction or whatever they call it. 2)Hmmm, its all bullshit, sex is not the only need between sincere lovers. 3)People do so much sex this days that sex has lost its importance, like it was making love isn’t it, now nits just sex, the love part is gone. All are lust driven and there ain’t any love. After being physical throughout their relationship, when they get married. What is left to explore and it’s after marriage they realize the real face of their better half, for before marriage they were too busy into each other to look at each other. 4)No, I don’t think so you always have a choice to choose. If you want sex, you get …
When Sherin returned to the apartment , she shared with Maddy, she
found him waiting for her. He was very drunk. “You bitch”, he yelled. ” Where have you been all night? ” It would not matter what she said. Maddy knew that he was
going to listen to her apologies, beat her up, then take her to Bed and forgive
her. But instead of apologizing Sherin said,” With another Man,
Maddy. I have come up to pick up my things.” And as Maddy watched her in disbelief, Sherin went into the
bedroom and began to pack.
“For Christ sake, Sherin,” he pleaded. “ Don’t do this! We love
each other. We are going to get married.” He talked to her for the next half
hour, arguing, threatening, cajoling and by that time Sherin had finished packing.
She left the apartment
and Maddy had no idea why he had lost her, for he did not know that he had
never possessed her.
I am married to this wonderful woman who has had a couple of relationships in the past, lost her virginity at the age of 17, also aborted her first child at the age of 22 while being in a relationship with a different person. Anonymous due to obvious reasons. If you read it till the end, it might clear up your mind. Sorry for writing such a long one, while pouring my heart out, got carried away.
I was 28 once upon a time. Not to brag, but I was a top of the class student, went to best grad and post grad schools in the country, am moderately handsome, earn a decent amount of money, have a very lovely family too. I was always busy with studies and career was so damn important, so like you might have guessed it, I had been single all my life.
Parents asked if I would like to get married and I shyly accepted. The hunt for a suitable prospect began. My mother asked what kind of a girl would I like to get married to, and I had no clue. I wanted someone to be fairly educated, highly intelligen…