Sometimes, when I read this statement on some or the other source, I start wondering just how much do I believe if its true. I never manage to conclude. Is it really true that absolutely nothing lasts forever? Change is the only constant? I am inclined to believe its true, because I don’t have too much of a counter argument. However, if someone does, I am ears. I feel love does last forever, but then two more thoughts: 1) its an evolving thing, so, it can be classified under the change is the only constant category, 2) some people feel that mankind’s natural instinct is monogamous, that’s another angle to look at now!
17 | Tomorrow
Tomorrow is a day of new beginnings. Well, beginnings that have already begun, but now on a relatively larger scale. Larger scales scare me in this case, because it involves involvement of a lot more people, with a lot more dimensions, lot more perspectives – something which is in general likely to bring a lot more judgments and opinions not only to last on people’s own minds, but also inevitably affecting other people’s points of view.
All I hope right now is that when I look back on tomorrow in future (or when I write about it in detail on the blog), it seems to be full of joys and happiness and none of these apprehensions I mentioned above.
Till then, wish me luck! (for something y’all shall know in some time :))
12| Tough Days
Do you all have those days where just nothing seems to go right? I genuinely feel amused at how this happens. Like, how can one thing go wrong in a day and then every thing seems to be going wrong? Anyone got some explanation for this? Like, I would really like to know if this is some sort of regular phenomenon.
Yesterday, I had one of those days. My day started with getting late for work and it was kind of crucial to reach timely. Then, something I was expecting didn’t happen. Then, I had to go pick up some stuff from a tailor and turned out it wasn’t completed (even though he said it very confidently that I can pick it on Friday :|). Then, I had a really big fight with someone. So, yeah, honestly, I am still recovering from the blows of yesterday. 😃 Any soothing words will be helpful.
The opposite of writer’s block
Every now and then, I have a strong itch to write here but I think I have reached that point of getting-into-the-rut-of-your-day-job that I absolutely do not want to even move a finger once I am back from office and done with my essential chores (aren’t chores essential always? Anyway, you get the point).
Not that I have still managed to break that rut, but let me tell you how I landed here today (totally useless post by the way just in case you were doing something important). You know how some people have a habit of browsing news websites in their offices when they want to take a moment off from their busy schedules. For me, that’s WordPress. When I want to have a few minutes of ‘me time’ in office, I go to WordPress reader. Good coffee on the side makes those few minutes a WHOLE LOT better. So, yesterday, I did the same and I had to attend to something just when I had started, hence, couldn’t really read any posts but I went through few of the notifications. And that reminded me how much I enjoy some people’s posts! How much they make my day better! How I had never imagined that you can meet people virtually with whom you might connect on so many things! And, most importantly, how much I love writing here myself.
So, I wanted to write this post yesterday itself but not wanting to move my finger thing came into picture. But today here it is. This is what I call the opposite of writer’s block. A state of mind where you are so enamoured by the idea of writing even though you don’t really have something to write about in mind and, of course, your writing needs a hell lot of improvement anyway!
On a slightly different note, I would love to know what people reading this space might want to read next. I do have some drafts but so not ready to work on them mentally. Please comment/email if you have any suggestions, I’ll try if I can motivate myself a bit. 🙂