Words and Notion

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We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow we lost


I was the topper in LKG, oh yes, in UKG too…But now I am not the topper, in my second standard.”

Don’t think it to be some disappointed words… instead, it’s the attempt of a kid to project himself in front of his friends.

But more to that I found some similarities with the words of CEO of Nokia who said “we didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost”

If you can’t improve your pace, the show won’t be favourable for you. The world is changing very fast. Hence your sustenance  is purely dependent on your adaptability and forecasting. If you are running at the same pace, no one can guarantee your success as big giants may evolve at any point of time. So change yourself, learn new things and change the world with new notions and innovations.

Author: Akhila

Akhila is a plant-woman breathing poetries. She loves to decode signs from the universe. Akhila is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion and qualitynotion. She bleeds out all the intoxicated imperfections of her soul through her blog and twitter handle.

16 thoughts on “We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow we lost

  1. ” Very nicely written… Thank u soo much…”

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  2. In this fast pace of social racing we forget to live life somewhere..That’s what worrying..

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  3. That’s a very encouraging note Akhila but it saddened me that a child was reflecting on how he used to be a topper and was not now. It smacks of competition and disappointment. Look what we’ve done to them

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    • Thanks pradita.. you added a little more to thought to that…in fact this particular kid hasn’t yet entered into that competitive market…and the mom is wondering which is right, which is wrong…this is competitive world and you have to keep your pace, that’s one side of the story and on the other side, what if such things are not at all bothering you…that attitude also is appreciable..isn’t ..


  4. I agree, sometimes change is inevitable. There is a constant need of improvement everywhere.

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  5. True one has to change in this ever changing fast environment and great inspiring words, Akhila.

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  6. They Under estimated the power of their competitors, grave mistake committed by NOKIA, and killed then Duck that laid golden egg..!

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