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My First Conversation with GOD

Its been more than a year since you even gave me a single moment of joy. You kept throwing obstacles at me and I like a fool, tried hard to overcome everything thinking that someday all this will stop. You sent me away from my parents, friends, sister and my love. I still accepted it and went away to Chennai. It was just 4 months and you made me feel like it was a lifetime sentence I was serving for absolutely no fault of mine. When I thought that was it, you take away my project for which I had toiled day in and day out. I thought, this too shall pass and was trying to move on. Just when I was there, you take away from me the person whom I'd loved the most in the world. That was enough to kill me. I prayed my lungs out to you to not take him away from me but you did, leaving me in the lurch. Not once did you realise what would I do without him. Not once did you think of me, or him. Here we are, unhappy and struggling to cope up with life while you're sitting back and watching

The Pursuit of Happiness

What exactly is happiness? I still have to come across it. You achieve something. That makes you happy, but can you be happy for the rest of your life based on just one achievement? Does contentment and happiness mean the same? Why is that we always crave to be happy and still cant be? Trust me, there has not been a single time when I have been 100% happy. Maybe when the time I was in love and we were together I was the happiest. But that was not true happiness, because I was so damn happy that time that I thought if this doesn't last for a lifetime I'm gone. Something has always been there to keep the happiness incomplete. Has there been a single person on earth who is completely happy? They maybe rich and famous, but does that make them happy? They say "Money cant buy Happiness", I totally agree with it. Maybe you see that chasing money for greed is destructive, but isn't it equally damaging to have such a powerful instrument in your hands while pretending it ha

Hypocrisy about Reality

Tonight, I saw the age old song on Doordarshan. "Mile sur mera tumhara, toh sur bane hamara". I just love that song. I get very nostalgic each time I see it. Gone are the good old days of television. Doordarshan was and will always remain the best i guess. Karamchand, All the best, Shrimaan Shrimathi and my all time favourite Chandrakantha. God, I miss all those. Memories of all these programmes make me feel soooo old :-(. The television shows nowadays are nothing but crap. The less spoken about them the better. The only thing I see on TV these days are reality shows. Every day, every channel they are there. More often than not they are copied from the west. I used to love watching "American Idol", "The moment of truth", "Are you smarter than a fifth grader". But the Indian versions of them are total crap. I don't know why is there such a hype about the show "Sach ka Saamna", ( the Indian version of "The moment of truth" )

My ode to Friendship

Since I was really busy on Sunday and was unwell on Monday, I'm putting up this post today. Friendship day just passed by and I took the time to sit and think about all my friends who have contributed to my life in a small or a big way. Me being an extrovert never find it hard to make friends. As a result I end up with loads of them and I intend to maintain the bond. Friends are a very important factor in my current life and honestly they are the only ones who keep me sane :-). So here's a tribute to all my friends. Now lets talk about a few of my best friends. 1. Even though we are not friends now, you will always remain an important part of my life. We've been through every possible relationship. First strangers, then friends, then best friends and then lovers. You have maintained every possible relationship perfectly. Its been 4 and a half years since I've known you. Although we have no interactions now, it is really important for me to see you happy. You have been