Idle time to be utilized. How?
:Ummm, something relating to your hobby like dancing, singing, painting, traveling, playing football or writing poems. Whatever your hobby, just nurture it…
:Okay. What if my hobby includes all and none.
:Excuse me! Are you saying you like to do all at one time!?!?
: Nope, but all these I can do when I have time. What to do when I have ample of idle time?
: Didn’t get you
: Oh , leave it. I knew it nobody can get a little of this dilemma.Tell me something about when you say- “constructively”… how it suppose to work..
: I meant use your time which gives you pleasure as well knowledge. Don’t waste time sitting idle. Pick one of your hobby and sharpen it, nurture it. It will add skills to your resources as well you won’t get bored and you will enjoy while doing this.
: Ahh… now kinda clear on this. So here’s my dilemma. I pick something as my hobby and after pursuing it for some days…it seems a job to me and no fun after that.
: Oh boy. Then pick another one and get involved with the new one.
: You could not get it, could you? In this process of picking one, then dropping the same, picking a new one and again dropping it- how can I sharpen my skill set ??
: Okay, let’s play another game.
: Which one?
: Some other topic. Something you read recently, a movie you watched recently- you want to talk about.
: Oh yeah. Last week I watched two movies. Both are nice. I enjoyed the later one more- the martians. I was bit late for Everest as I watched it after 1 week of its worldwide release.
Everest based on a true story, 1996 Everest disaster. Of course it has sad ending. I wished Rob Hall should have come back, he was a nice fellow. All were nice but since he was the central character, I felt for him. But direction wise, I think there are some loopholes in this movie. I won’t go to the technicality as I am not proficient in that. But as an audience, I failed to relate at some points. I could not see the struggle or how difficult it is to climb mount Everest . What I could see that climbing mount Everest is not that difficult if you have extra oxygen cylinders and an expert guide. What the director or script writer assumed that as if we already knew that how does it feel to climb on world’s highest peak called Everest or even descending. That’s my take.
Ohh, now the Sci-Fi the Martians. Based on a novel, the movie is humorous, survival of one man on a barren planet, least expected but nice to see collaboration between America-China on technology, Indian brain (V Kapoor) and humanity after all. Hope this gonna true in near future , not all this creepy adventure but yes human on mars. Jordan is new Mars on planet Earth 😀 and the movie also taught us that mars soil has adequate microbes to grow ‘potato’ at least. Nevertheless it is a beautiful imagination and humorous representation on screen. After Interstellar this space movie gave me big broad smile on my face and ahhh…cool one. How I wish… all this could happen in my life time .
No need to say, after I had finished with Everest, the movie, I went thru wikipedia and read about the summits. It is extremely difficult, dangerous and extraordinary experience for human life. Salute to those Heros who made an attempt , who thought to ascend, who did it . No words , respect, respect, respect.
: You kinda movie person. Are not you?
: Don’t know
: So what’s gonna be your next treat?
: Ohh, The walk – I am excited about it 🙂
: Good. But my idea is that let’s do something constructive in your idle time…ok
: Yeah, teach me something you learnt about constructive things… 😛