Thursday, August 16, 2012


So yes...the biggest problem on this earth a human has to face is a 6 letter word he invented called choice. Life...if you see...without this 6 letter word is perfectly blissful. Peaceful even...less stressful. put that word in your daily life routine...and hell breaks loose...literal hell.

The problem of choice comes with its partner in crime...another word which takes you down the road to insanity. wanna know this word is it? Com' already know it...its what you do ever so easily every second of your life...apparently with no fuckin STOP button!
Got it? No? THINK!
No no...don get irritated now...i am not askin u to think...that you do anyways...what i meant was that the second 'partner in crime' was this word called think.

So its like a perfect YashRaj are walking down the road to life...and then you have a choice to make...added with the filmy masala of thinking...with your friends and relatives playing the song and dance part...and the love of your life...the outcome of this choice that you will make depends on where your thinking takes you. Not funny. I know.

I wonder at times...about things I have done in the past...the choice ive made without thinking too much...and still turned out fine. But u see...thats the climax of your everyday YashRaj movie of life...the thinkin part of it..else its a sure flop right. Still not funny.

But you need to make a choice. Its inevitable.
You cannot say "I just dont want to make this choice right now"
You just have to. You need to. It wont be that bad. Till now it has turned out fine right. A 'perfect' life. Now thats funny.

"A bigger problem than choosing is not making a choice at all."

So need to do it. No way out? Intermission.

Sunday, August 05, 2012

the wonder years...a lota memories...a time gone...a life lived.

"Growing up happens in a heartbeat. One day you're in diapers, the next day you're gone. But the memories of childhood stay with you for the long haul. I remember a place, a town, a house, like a lot of houses. A yard like a lot of other yards. On a street like a lot of other streets. And the thing is, after all these years, I still look back...with wonder."