Last week, I went on a day trip to home town and I am yet not been able to get over with the experience. Since I have shifted to metro city Mumbai, I have started forgetting the small town pleasures. This short trip made me realise that what a person, who lives in a metro, never get from their life?Pleasures like – washing your car with water pipe in the morning or watering the plants of your garden or picking your newspaper from door even if you get up at 5:30a.m. or you just knock on doors of friends and chat them for an hour or even going to Haat for buying fresh vegetable.Ahh… list is countless and I can keep on listing many more… […]
We all know that change is a constant but for me changes of this decade are going to leave it’s everlasting impact on my rest of life and the way I am going to live hereafter.
A decade of ambitions, struggles, changes, redefining values, deep sorrows, shifting loyalties, betrayals, re-organising energies, fight back and rediscovering one self. […]
Isn’t it true that most of us start their lives aimlessly. We are never in control of what keeps happening around us. Mostly we flow with the events as they take place and keep aligning ourselves with them. And this is an honest answer – no matter how much we say “I did this” or “this how I tackled that problem”, truth remains that our behavior is reaction to occurrence/ circumstances. […]