'Mai Aisa Kyun Hoon' (Why am I like this)?Yesterday the Managing Editor of ISC gave a proposal to extend the last date of the ongoing Double Reward Programme of article-writing on various correspondence courses. That is really a good proposal from the ME (which has now been accepted and the last date has been extended). This proposal would help the participating members of ISC and also the readers because they (the readers) would be able to know about many courses and the universities which conduct these courses through correspondence/distance learning. This is a 'win-win' situation for all.
Despite realizing this very well, when I read the proposal of ME yesterday, I suddenly felt angry and disgusted. Why? Because I thought that this contest would distract me and I would not be able to write those articles I have been writing after a lot of studies and writing these articles is giving me an unexplainable pleasure. I also decided that I would not post any further article in the ongoing Double Reward Programme.
But today afternoon, my mood has changed. I have completed one of those favourite articles (although, another four are yet to be written) of mine, and so, I have decided to submit another article in the Reward Programme.
Now, I am asking myself: Why so much mood-swing? 'Mai Aisa Kyun Hoon' (Why am I like this)?
(N.B: I must clarify that this is not related to ISC. This is purely a personal issue.)