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Can someone be selfless?

It has been ten days and I haven't blogged about anything. It feels awful and also a crime to my writer self. Before I declare a serious verdict for myself, let me write a post right here right now in my helpless defense.

Can someone be selfless? Can someone go on doing good deeds one after another without expecting anything in return? Even if deeds are for the people who hardly give a damn about you? Is it easy to be selfish? Or, is it tough to be selfless?

To start with the last couple of questions, I guess it is not always easy to be selfish and it is also not tough to be selfless either. It all depends upon the perspective of the person in the situation. If I talk about me, I am a bit emotional person. I get attached with people easily (That is why some have hurt me just like that). I believe in caring for others even if it is the little daughter of the lady who comes every morning to collect garbage. I feel good after doing something good. But when the situation coaxes me to…

Don't say these to a heart broken soul.

She was talking to her sister over the phone. After a little personal chat, the sister said, "I am glad for you that things have become normal. It is good". She pursed her lips and didn't say anything. She felt a little discomfort at her sister's words. It was after two seconds that she found a suitable answer to tackle the remark.

"What are you talking about? Things were never abnormal. They were normal and will always be".

The sister's remark itched the wound on her heart. She wanted to go past things but people, sometimes, forbid her for doing so. I guess what happened with her had certainly been happened with any of us at some stage of our lives. We face some horrible phases, hardly find courage to pick the shattered pieces of ourselves and when finally we succeed in doing so, people never let the cracks fill with their sympathy coated painful reminders. What they don't know that it hurts! It hurts to stumble on something that can remind us of …

A night owl.

I know I should be sleeping at this odd hour but since when writers have followed the world? Never. So let me abide by my world rules here. (Chuckle + Yawn!)

These days I have been so busy that I hardly find time to stop by here and write something. My in laws are here and we are very much enjoying our time with them. Most of the time goes by in a blink which I truly appreciate because loneliness kills sometimes (Sometimes I so wish books could do some actual talk too). So I have been darn busy and lots of things are happening around.

Year end's celebration planning is going on. Also planning to visit some places. Finished one fantastic book. Started another one. Took out full sleeve jackets (It's getting very cold now a days). Learnt some lip smacking dishes. Put on a little weight (Grin). June 21st declared as World Yoga Day. And not to mention, working on my next story. Theme is excited but you have to wait to have hands on it.

Life would be a bore if so much things weren&…