Janaki didn’t like what Vyshnavi was doing. In her views it was totally rubbish. And Vyshanavi didn’t care much. She just went on quietly though she was a little sad.  Janaki never missed a chance to depreciate Vyshanavi’s act whenever possible.

Whenever something goes wrong with V , J said “This is why I told you to stop this rubbish thing”. J was extremely good in self marketing and so obviously her views always had an edge over Vyshnavi’s. She had that innate power to make things in her control, make other believe what she said was right (even while truth was on the other side of the universe). And she could easily grab everyone’s attention too.

No one is perfect, so as J and V. But with whom do you stand? With the marketing minded one or the other silent one? At the end, who would appear fruitful?

She 1: I would like to do that

She 2: Oh such a silly thing….

She 3: Leave it yaar…this is not how it has to be.

She 1: Should I leave it..?

She 4: You should not leave it, only because of these words. It could be silly or not, thoughtful or not, but it’s your own interest. It should not be altered merely on hearing some negative words. Yes, you can think more on those negative vibes, but finally you must have an unbiased mind. You must have that willpower to decide your path against the so called society presumptions.

She 5: So never pay attention to “This is how it has to be” messages. And never be bothered on hearing words like “don’t talk such silly rubbish stuffs”. You only have the right to decide what all rubbishes to be played upon and no one else.

She 1: Thanks dears, I understand

Silly or not, thoughtful or not, never leave one’s interest merely on consuming some demotivating vibes from the environs. Just go with one’s own unbiased confident mind.”