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May 26, 2005

Feeling of Importance

In my opinion, the most important thing that drives this world is ‘feeling of importance’. I agree with you if you say that the world is people and people create and control things. This is absolutely right. But then, why does some one has to create, invent, or do something good or bad? A person gets his feeling of importance from doing that ’something’.

There is another interesting point here. Some people get their feeling of importance by doing nothing and by totally controlling their physical and mental needs. These people get their feeling of importance by demonstrating that they could live their lives happily even after sacrificing most of the physical things in this world.

Everyone in this world will be happy if everyone understands that everyone will have to have his or her feeling of importance. What will you say?

Filed under: People — Singari Vijay @ 3:44 pm

13 Comments »

  1. Vijay,

    You made this site wonderful. I am going to click Mahanandi link soon. I liked all the pictrues and comments you made. Thanks for Sharing with us.

    Rama Krishna

    Comment by Rama Krishna — June 12, 2005 @ 4:51 pm

  2. Rama Krishna,

    Thank you for your comments. It is always a pleasure to share my ideas and pictures with nice people like you.

    ‘Mahanandi’ at nandyala.org has just started. There is another blog which has been published for few months now, if you are interested please go to http://mahanandi.blogspot.com . All the contents from ‘mahanandi.blogspot.com’ will soon be moved to ‘nandyala.org/mahanandi’.

    Vijay

    Comment by Vijay — June 12, 2005 @ 6:27 pm

  3. hi vijji,
    nee site chusa chala bagundi.photos excellent yinka neevu alanti photos add chesthe chala baguntadi.memu chudani places neevu chupisthannavu.nadyal lo yinka chala places add cheyi appude baguntadi.
    by,
    soujanya

    Comment by SOUJANYA — July 19, 2005 @ 2:41 am

  4. Good Work. No words to exprese, I’ll look into the dictionary. The site is so simple and effective.

    Comment by Ravi — August 31, 2005 @ 6:15 pm

  5. I agree.But more than that what people need is Love and Care.You might have lot of admirers and lot of people who respect you for the work you do.At the end of the day , what is more important is to have somebody who you can trust and depend upon if you get diabled,homeless or blind.The opinion of the public keeps changing.when a cricket star is at his peak , he is given lot of importance and respect by everybody.The moment he fails, he is nobody.If he has atleast one person to take care of him at that time , I would say that he is lucky.People ignore their roots when they become successful.Hope you and I are not doing this.

    Comment by a friend — September 8, 2005 @ 10:27 am

  6. you brought back a flood of memories.Do you remember Deepak Lodge? My grandparents lived behind Deepak Lodge and we visited them many summers.

    Comment by padmini tirupati — November 3, 2005 @ 10:28 am

  7. I remember the Deepak Lodge on Byrumal Street, but it is not there anymore. They moved it to a new building near Sanjeeva Nagar. Where are your grandparents now? We are from Nandyala, all our family is there, except me and my wife. We too miss those places a lot. Thanks for your comments.

    Comment by Vijay — November 4, 2005 @ 3:15 pm

  8. Hi Vijay!

    The above subject about “Feeling of Importance” is very nice. I agree with you almost totally. But in my opinion, i would always suggest “confidence” in place of “importance”. I came to feel that if we have good confidence in ourselves, we would always know when we are having good or bad thoughts even after some extent of time. And moreover, poor confidence in ourselves always leads us to either inferiority or superiority complexes.And this confidence will always make us feel important in this living society.
    Thanks alot for this nice oppurtunity to share and express our thoughts.
    Ver nice work with the pictures.
    Bharghavi

    Comment by Bharghavi — January 6, 2006 @ 11:31 pm

  9. Hello Bhargavi garu!
    I have to totally agree with you about “confidence”. These things are intertwined and sometimes it becomes hard to draw a line in between. “Confidence” is the virtue, which can make or break a person. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

    Comment by Vijay — January 8, 2006 @ 12:29 am

  10. A chance browsing the net led me to youe web site. It made me nostalgic of my stay in 1959-64 in B Camp, Kurnool, adjoining Kurnool- Nandyal Road. I accompanied my father to Cuddapah, Chittoor etc but we always by-passed Nandyal which was a small place. Having seen the pictures of Nandyal and Mahanandi, I feel like visiting the place. Also I wish you all the best to you and all ,Nandyalites-near and dear, the best in all future endeavoues. What I saw in your people in childhood as gauged from then friends from nandyal and Rayachoti was frankness and friendliness and you can not bear injustice.

    Comment by K.M.PRASAD — July 25, 2006 @ 10:51 pm

  11. Hi..VIjay ji..

    Really felt excited to see my native place and the byrumal street at which my home is located.
    ippati nunchi ee site ni regular ga chusthuuu untanu…
    inthaki meedhi nadyalenaaa…Wow…

    Vijay’s Reply:
    Hello,
    Yes we too are from Nandyala and our house is also on Byrumal street. maa illu Kalpana Center daggara vundi… meeru yekkada vuntaaru?

    Comment by Epuri.Padmaja — October 10, 2006 @ 6:10 am

  12. Dear Vijay,

    Feeling of being important is a very wide in scope. An individual is foremostly very important to his immediate family (wife/kids/parents/sisters etc) even with mediocre level/any level of achievement in life irrespective.

    Similarly - the same person is very important if he has attained a high level of ranking in an organization.

    Lastly as you will agree public figures are being felt important all the time irrespective of individual interaction but by virtue of their contribution to the society.

    The abv last point is where you & indira stand-by virtue of both’s wonderful contribution through your great website.

    Importance is always bestowed but cannot be knighted by oneself which may be remembered.

    If a great man passes through a particular way - people say “pls give way to him to pass…the great man does not request you to get aside”.

    That’s the way it is.

    best regards/prasad lbv

    Comment by L B V PRASAD — April 10, 2007 @ 5:40 am

  13. Hi stranger,
    Nice to meet you! I search ‘feeling of importance’ at Google website and happen to access your blog here. I totally agree with you on the opinion. If everyone is respected, the world will be more wonderful!

    Comment by Shirley — January 20, 2008 @ 1:55 am

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