I still vividly remember the day when India was playing Australia in the World Cup 2011 Semi Finals and I had a stupid coaching class to attend, preparing for IIT-JEE examination. We, the students, were using all ways to stay updated with the scores. We had kept our mobile phones in our bags, because it wasn’t allowed to keep them in pockets, and had told brothers and sisters at home to send a score update every once in a while. But this mechanism was too much disorganized. Sometimes they sent scores after every 10-15 minute and sometimes there was no update for 30 minutes. Ans sometimes we couldn’t grab a look when the update was send, and they grew in numbers without being looked at. How we bore those 30 minutes of suspense about what is happening on the ground, only we know 😛
Festivals and big occasions like a promotion or a wedding are generally a cause for celebration for everyone. A celebrations gets our spirits up and makes our days sparkle with excitement. So the question is, why wait for an event to happen? Why can’t we #CelebrateLife everyday?
Well, I believe we truly can, and today I will write about how I uniquely celebrated the joy of life recently with no big festival or a special occasion. Continue reading
1. “Whatever Works”
I am a Woody Allen fan, and this is the title of one of his movies. I have also heard the reference of this phrase in some of his other movies too. It just suits a lot of situations you see. I am a relativist, I don’t believe in absolutism, every scenario, every situation is relative and its just about “Whatever Works” depending upon the situation, the people, the scenario and everything such. The reasons are what should make sense and hold value. Otherwise no situation is a right or wrong in itself, its whatever works. Like for example, a couple’s relationship stuff might sound weird to some, but its simply whatever works for the couple. Nothing else matters. Everywhere, it applies everywhere in my world. 😀 Continue reading
- It’s Okay To Not Take Bath A Few Times: Okay, comm on now, I am sure everyone loves and follows this (with different degrees and thresholds however, which no one needs to say out loud 😛 ) We all have our own version of “A few times”, but this works out well 😀