Characters of the P Company: Kitty

Considering there is a hero in every story,

There is bound to be a heroine,

Fondly referred to by BM or SK as Kitty,

Not because he is truly and madly in love with her,

But simply because SK used to play a game in his childhood, kitty kitty come come!

Where kids would line up bending to touch their respective feet,

And a person from the other team would come running from behind and jump on the last person in the queue,

Aim being to make the members of the team bending to fall flat,

As strange the game might sound,

Stranger was SK speaking fondly about the same.

Kitty, a simple, traditional to the core girl,

Would love SK to sweep her off her feet,

Yet, the ball seems to be in no court as of now,

Waiting to be hit for all the right reasons,

Stuck in her own world filled with confusion,

She eagerly waits for her destiny to unfold.

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The Tussle!

Any idea, be it as small as changing the curtains of your house to let’s say adopting some new technology in your company, there are people who might oppose and those who might favor.

The adapters tend to believe in the idea that it’s going to be beneficial in the longer run, even though it might not have that significant an effect in the initial stages.

The non-adapters would continue to bring out that one thing which will make the technology not work.

And when it comes to the healthcare sector in India, the things might become a little more complex, though the beauty of the market right now is that it’s changing for the good.

Which side you want to be is your own prerogative. Whether you want to play the hero or a villain is your own sweet will.


The one thing, though, that remains certain is, that things will change and will change for the good as the people are intelligent enough to figure out what’s good or bad for them.

It is only a matter of time when the world would start to look very different from what it is today.

Whether you like it or not, if you don’t change fast enough, the train’s not going to wait at the station for ever and ever.

Believe me, that one moment, where you decide to accept the challenge, changes things for the better.

The question that you need to ask yourself is, whether you are prepared to take the plunge!

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