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    Topic-based Thread of the Week contest for July- topic- Inevitable

    As per the changes announced in this thread, we are now announcing the topic for the Thread of the Week contest for the last week of July '22 today as against the earlier practice of announcing it on the last Sunday of the month. . The topic is 'Inevitable'. Think about the different contexts in which the word can be used and come up with unique threads on the topic.

    You must avoid repeating subjects that have already been discussed.

    What is to be done:
    1. Submit a forum thread on the given topic in the forum in not less than 350 words in the appropriate category.
    2. Provide a clickable link of the URL of your forum thread as a response in this thread to be considered as an entry for the contest. Please go through this Help Topic page to know how to create a hyperlink.
    3. Only one entry per member is allowed.
    4. The posting guidelines are to be strictly followed.
    5. It should be unique, and precise and must be well-conceived, and well-written. Bring up topics that would enable a good discussion or sharing of views. No poems or stories, please.
    6. All members including editors can participate.

    The winner will now be given a cash reward of Rs 100/- and the Special Prize winners will get Rs 50/- each. Other eligible threads also may be awarded suitably.

    The closing date of this thread will be 06th Aug 2022
  • #762573
    Will short stories containing the word 'inevitable' qualify for the contest, or should the content be of any particular type?
    Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.

  • #762587
    Here is my entry to the July end Tow topic:
    When the change is inevitable, we cannot lag behind

    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #762593
    Kailash, it has already been told on earlier occasions and in this thread too that stories or poems will not be entertained as an entry to the topic of the week entries. Please try to understand. I fail to understand why you have become so doubtful now.
    “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." -Aristotle

  • #762633
    My entry -

    What is absolutely inevitable?

    Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.

  • #762683

  • #762716
    My entry What is something that you had to inevitably accept about yourself?

  • #762726
    This is my entry

    Death is an inevitable part of life

  • #762728
    #762593 - Thank you, Saji
    Let us encourage each other in sharing knowledge.

  • #762731
    My submission to the contest:

    Inevitably the blood color of every human being is red regardless of caste religion and community

    Believe in the existence of God the superpower.

  • #762757
    Here is my entry:

    It is inevitable to every state in India to bring again the Moral Instruction Classes in schools

  • #762772
    My entry

    Disputes become inevitable when there are hidden secrets and a lack of clarity

    "It is hardest thing in the world to be good thinker without being a good self examiner"

  • #762775
    Following is tthe link to my entry for thsi TOW contest:
    India now inevitable and inimitable in the new world order

  • #762796
    Following is the link for my entry for the TOW contest.
    Failures are inevitable before accomplishing remarkable successes.

    always confident

  • #762798
    Below is the link for the topic based thread of the week contest inevitable
    inevitability faced by many people in their lives in various aspects

  • #762857

    No matter how happily and cheerfully you start your day. There comes a phase when you are not happy ,you feel depressed, suicidal thoughts comes on your mind and you don't even know the reason or the place where these thoughts are stemming from, and that is completely normal because at the end of the day ,these types of thoughts really are evitable.
    Sometimes, you know the reason of these thoughts looming over your head and that's when its easiest to come over these thoughts because the more ambiguous the thoughts are the more difficult they are to push them out of your head. The most you can do is to find a way that helps you to grow out of these thoughts and don't let these thoughts cause damage to you, but if you dream of an utopia that one day when I'll be so rich or so happy or so satisfied that these kind of thoughts won't come near to me, so let me break this to you that its never going to happen. Even on the day you'll have everything , there will come a phase when you'll be depressed again, you'll find yourself surrounded with these thoughts , and you know why because these thoughts really are inevitable.
    The solution to break out of these gloomy thoughts can differ from person to person. For example, some would like to talk and rant about this to their that one person and they would start feeling good, some would like to listen to their favorite song and dance on it, some would go on a walk, some might just want to sleep and some might just scribble it all in their diaries.
    When you see yourself surrounded with these thoughts, it's understandable that every little thing annoys you, every person around you annoys you, you don't want to see them or talk to them but you should try to keep that in mind that it's not that person's fault and you don't want to hurt them unintentionally .
    To conclude, one must find their happy place, their happy activity or their happy song or anything that help them to lift their mood and face these gloomy or depressing thoughts bravely without causing any harm to his/her mental health instead of running away from these thoughts because you possibly can't run far away.

  • #762863
    My humble submission: Waiting for an inevitable volley of rebuke
    “Khamosh rahoon toh mushkil hain, keh doon toh shikayat hoti hain" (It is difficult to remain silent; But if I speak, they complain.) --------- Saba Afghani

  • #762865

    Please read the instructions. Your writeup should not be in a response to this thread. You have to submit a separate forum thread and then give a link to it in the response to this thread. Since you are new, you are perhaps in an excitable rush to participate and hence did not read the instructions carefully.

    I suggest you put the text in a new thread and replace the response you put in #762857 above with the link to that thread. Also, note that we do not encourage putting text in all caps as it is equivalent to verbal shouting.

    When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell

  • #762873
    Thank you Vandana Maa'm for your response. As I am new here so I was a little bit confused about how to create a link and post it on forum, and when I tried to create the link the site responded that this facility is available to regular contributors of the site. Please resolve my query.
    And I request editors to please delete my earlier response from this forum thread.

  • #762884
    My entry for this contest is Let us allow controllable variables to influence and determine the inevitable variables

  • #762889
    My entry to this month end topic based contest is as below -
    Ignore the inevitable happenings in our lives and proceed ahead.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #762890
    Please note that there are many articles and discussions in ISC where it is mentioned as how to make a html link. Please go through them. For your help I am providing a few here.
    Link 1
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    Link 3

    Knowledge is power.

  • #762891
    Here is my entry for the topic-based TOW contest July

    This is my Entry

  • #763072
    Here goes my entry:

    Are conflicts and wars inevitable?


    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"

  • #763107
    My entry for the contest

    Inevitably you pay in this world or the next for your sins

    Patience and perseverance pays

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