“When life throws you a rainy day, play in the puddles.” But what if it’s a rainy season? And it prolongs to a rainy winter? Or it’s fine with me if you are the lemon and lemonade type of person too just don’t bother with the rainy season then because yo have so… Read More Lemon- Lemonade Situation!
The last time I was here I told you that I was reading Indian literature, and in that somewhere I lost track of what exactly I needed to read and what I wanted to read. You know there is really a very thin line between these two and I seemed to have crossed that route.… Read More An Old Playhouse!
I am reading Indian literature these days and I come upon so many interesting things to read that I am running out of time. I truly am, but come on when am I not running out of time? So here I am, reading, writing and analysing, or to say trying to analyse the great works… Read More Self-Portrait.
“What if we are all just characters in a novel…. And when we forget what we want to say. It’s the author backspacing?” I read this today and now all I am wondering is, really? What if? I mean what if we are all just fictional? What if everything that’s happening to us is… Read More The Author’s World!
If you have only one smile in you, Give it to the people you love. -Maya Angelou. But what are you left with afterwards? More smiles? Or a face with forged smiles? Just wondering…
“Until the lion learns to write, every story will always glorify the hunter.” Why is it so difficult for us to just try and see the other side of the coin? Why do we always have to glorify the one that need not be glorified? Why do we not notice the so obvious? Why… Read More Ever Thought Of This?
Writers and readers are hopelessly romantic. They live in a fictional world, and tend to be unacceptable to the real world. They immerse themselves so much in a world, which does not exist that they deviate and forget that they live in a world, which does exist. They seek pleasure in something, which is unreal,… Read More Living In An Illusory World.