The Romance of Everyday Life..
And I see walking & talking work-machines, the so-called supervisors… who work more, around 12 hours a day, and flare at you in anger at the slightest instance. Overstressed, over-worked, they won’t care to speak rudely to you for some error.
There are days, when I wake up (mid-day 12pm) to find myself lamenting in my heart about having to go to work and face these people. Tamas (I will start using such words to bring them out of the pages of philosophical treatises and apply them to define instances in our everyday life), seemed to hold me in a cocoon, not wishing to let me go. Yogesh, my dearest friend, calls up and wants me to pull myself out of bed. I struggle against the inertia, and throw away my covers… splash water on my face at the bathroom sink….
At the workplace, between calls I also see the Stressed-up walking talking machines falling in love, cooing to their lovers over the phone with such a gracious smile on their faces… that all their stress seems to fade away lighting up their faces..
I also see frequent jokes being cracked that adds some lightness to the atmosphere. I see the dedication by eager Customer Executives and the Supervisors to give the best of Customer Service to our Customers.