“Live and work but do not forget to play, to have fun in life and really enjoy it. – Eileen Caddy”
Weekdays are a bit hectic. Workload, stress, and tension piling up for next day's tasks along with the pending tasks! How will a man survive? I mean along with the work, a man needs relaxation and activities that reduce his / her stress. With the fast growing life, and technology people hardly get time for themselves and family.
But, here at Techno Infonet, we have a different approach towards life. Apart from quality work which is expected from the employee, we provide a leisure environment where all get-together and spend time relaxing and playing different games.
On the 4th Saturday, we saw a Gujarati blockbuster movie titled “Aa family Fantastic Che”. This is a family ‘natak’ which revolves around the ‘Jagirdar’ family. The family has a daughter who has a dim vision and two sons; one is happily married managing the father’s business and the younger son who is off track, spending his father’s money lavishly and has no family values, manners, and respect. The head of the family is a bit “status centered”. He deals, talks, and stands with only the ones who have the same status as his. Whereas the mother is a simple housewife, trying to inculcate and teach both his husband and his younger son to change their lifestyle, thinking, and behavior. We also have laughter moments from “Karshan Bhai”, an old childhood friend of Mr. Jagirdar, who didn’t progress in terms of finance and reputation as his friend but has good values and broad perspective of life. The drama continues with emotional and laughter moments.
Well, cutting the story short, Mr. Jagirdar learned his lesson to ‘treat all humans equal without having a status bias’ and his son promised to live a good human life. Apart from seeing we also had the interval which had popcorns and drinks.
Indeed, from such small narrative “natak”, we get so much to learn. They teach us family values, current happenings, and affairs of family lifestyle and the community as a whole. Just merely watching and having fun is not important, inculcating good things, the message of films and “natak” in life is more important.
“Life is not the amount of breaths you take; it’s the moments that take your breath away – Will Smith”
We Technorians did our part by watching and learning something from this small “natak”. So, how about you? Do you simply watch films and “natak” just for the sake of seeing or you think and grab something in life? Are there any breath taking away moments in your life? Think….
This is how we ended our weekend; which had fun, entertainment, masti, and something to learn. How about your weekend? Did you have it all?