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Let there be Light

So, India did win the world cup, eh and Dhoni is our man! Yes I know, it's stale news and we now have better subjects like the Ramdev Baba's fast to eradicate corruption to discuss. How I wish, there was a government who granted my wishes when I fasted. Well, I almost did, because the mess did not serve after working hours and they still refused to shift me into a single seater despite the stated.

As sleepy I am to write this post, I am equally desperate to complete it. Writing this post on the insistence of a very dear friend, but we might head nowhere. Trying hard to get my sarcasm out, but I guess I left it in the left over Italian dish I explored today at lunch. Sunday outing you see, the viscous habit of earning and spending that I have got into ever since I got that degree, from the place that wants to me to go back to it. A friend's status message on Facebook read today, " You never fall out of love, you either get thrown out or you walk away on your own" That place did the prior, after allowing me to clear the backlog of experiences; and so did he. I wonder if there is anything behind these experiences, well at least I hope something lies ahead!

The road map of my dodge leads to nowhere!  I'd got a call from a journalist to participate in an industry story. After a lot of (mis)communication, the quote was given. Fire alarm - One of the very first lessons of Public Relations - never participate in a story unless you've got all  your questions answered. So, My Lord, I'm ready with my quote, to paint this thing called life, but hang on, who's playing the journalist today?

This part of my life's called " The Pursuit of Happyness"

"An evil may sometimes turn out to be a blessing in disguise" - (A line from a book I've been wanting to read since long) Till then, Let there be Light :)

Monday, June 6, 2011

Let there be Light

So, India did win the world cup, eh and Dhoni is our man! Yes I know, it's stale news and we now have better subjects like the Ramdev Baba's fast to eradicate corruption to discuss. How I wish, there was a government who granted my wishes when I fasted. Well, I almost did, because the mess did not serve after working hours and they still refused to shift me into a single seater despite the stated.

As sleepy I am to write this post, I am equally desperate to complete it. Writing this post on the insistence of a very dear friend, but we might head nowhere. Trying hard to get my sarcasm out, but I guess I left it in the left over Italian dish I explored today at lunch. Sunday outing you see, the viscous habit of earning and spending that I have got into ever since I got that degree, from the place that wants to me to go back to it. A friend's status message on Facebook read today, " You never fall out of love, you either get thrown out or you walk away on your own" That place did the prior, after allowing me to clear the backlog of experiences; and so did he. I wonder if there is anything behind these experiences, well at least I hope something lies ahead!

The road map of my dodge leads to nowhere!  I'd got a call from a journalist to participate in an industry story. After a lot of (mis)communication, the quote was given. Fire alarm - One of the very first lessons of Public Relations - never participate in a story unless you've got all  your questions answered. So, My Lord, I'm ready with my quote, to paint this thing called life, but hang on, who's playing the journalist today?

This part of my life's called " The Pursuit of Happyness"

"An evil may sometimes turn out to be a blessing in disguise" - (A line from a book I've been wanting to read since long) Till then, Let there be Light :)

9 Comments:

At June 6, 2011 at 3:47 AM , Blogger PRateeQ said...

nicely written.Life is nothing but chapters of such small xperiences.

The pursuit of happIness is ever evolving.Keep Walking(not the johnie walker one).

 
At June 6, 2011 at 3:57 AM , Anonymous Pranav said...

profound as it is...sab upar se gaya... :P

 
At June 6, 2011 at 4:15 AM , Anonymous Pranav said...

a pursuit assumes the lack of the object being pursued in the current state. In my opinion, for happiness to be achieved a pursuit is not essential, happiness is there for you to embrace whenever you want. but a pursuit is more of a journey in which the outcome is an experience for yourself and a memory for others.

 
At June 6, 2011 at 1:49 PM , Blogger Shreelaalit said...

very well written dear........ you have all got the flavors in place......... Best wishes for your pursuit of happyness.......cheers to life....take care........1.2.3............infinite

 
At June 6, 2011 at 5:10 PM , Blogger Midhun Murali said...

Good read. Keep on writing and may happiness embrace you soon and forever :)

 
At June 7, 2011 at 12:28 PM , Anonymous Your best friend said...

you were in love?
when?
you are a poet
where are the love poems?

 
At June 10, 2011 at 5:37 PM , Blogger Prateek Shah said...

I see you have too many thoughts while you sleep :) It good to see them come out, look forward to more in the future :)

 
At June 11, 2011 at 8:05 PM , Blogger Sweta said...

@Anonymous: Love, was an illusion :)

 
At July 6, 2011 at 3:50 PM , Anonymous Lancy said...

Love the way u put it.... "You never fall out of love, you either get thrown out or you walk away on your own"

 

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