My JIO experience!

Soon after Reliance launched it’s so called free sim card – JIO, everyone seemed to be in a rush to get it. Reason is that it promised free internet (4g) for 3 months and calls and sms conformed to that too. 

Long queues started to build up at the reliance shops giving jio sims. You had to stand in the queue for 3-4 hrs minimum and get the token, on which is written a date and time. You should be at the shop at that precise time on that particular day. And if you’re adult and you have Adhar card and your thumb is perfectly well for a thumb print then you will be given JIO.

Hectic, isn’t it? Hence I decided to stay out of it. But what happened next gave me a jio without much trouble. Here’s what happened:

A friend of mine took all the efforts and got the token. Unfortunately the barcode that his phone generated had already been used.(Theft? Maybe!). He returned dejected. I grabbed his token, took my father to the store with his adhar card and thumb. Got JIO.

I felt for the friend of mine but I had got jio and the joy neutralised the bad feeling I had for that guy. But that’s how I got it. 

Preet Dabre.

My JIO experience.

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Often, I compared myself with
Others and felt inferior deep within;
And, often, when others went ahead of me,
I felt restless and unhappy within.

When I became aware of this problem,
I stared searching for a solution;
I realized that the world had millions of people more
Talented than me and more handsome than me, and
How could I compare myself so much?
How could I compare myself with so many?
How could I become better than them?

It seemed neither possible, nor necessary for me.
So, I started focusing on my own good worth, my own strengths and my own weakness.
“Don’t I possess atleast one or two good talents?
What makes me so special one?”
I asked myself.


“Can’t I spend my time and energy focusing on improving
These talents and appreciating my own self-worth?”

It, then made sense.

Self-esteem was…

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Is Writing Easy?


What most of us think what it takes to write a book or article (or for that matter) is far less than what it actually takes. A writer needs to have a wide knowledge on what-so-ever he is writing. Its not just a book and pen that does the job. A great mind is needed.

I was reading a book by Sidney Sheldon titled Master of the game. _SPOILER_ALERT_. As I was reading in the first half of the book the plot was based on diamond rush in South Africa. Author describes a 18 year old boy going to South Africa all by his own to discover diamonds in the mines of KlipDrift with 200 pounds in his pocket. I was just fascinated by the way writer described his journey to South Africa from Scotland, how that boy managed to get to the mines, how he lived there, how he ate, where he slept, etc. My point being this whole plot based in South Africa and our writer who is from United States manages to describe this all perfectly. So our writer to write this book needed immense knowledge about South Africa and diamond mines and all that stuff. It is quite a job (writing) which I would rank with a high difficulty level. There are many books by this author and the plot is in different places all over thus requiring a greater amount of knowledge. Sidney Sheldon was just an example. There are many more like him. And this quality is what makes them greater!

Not anyone can become a writer. You just can’t take a pen and start writing. There is a lot more to it. So if you are planning to be a writer gear up. You are going to require a lots of perspiration. But wheres the fun without that. Work Harder , Dream big, Perceive different! Ciao!


So did you like this blog? Is there anything you think I haven’t mentioned? Let me know it in comments. Like if you liked it and i’ll see you next time.

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