People are addicted – believe me – more than they realize and agree. But we know that not all addictions are bad. When they are harmless and may actually redact your life, they become a reason to cherish. I have been victim of such different addictions in different phases of my life. Starting from the childhood, when there was no option but to listen to the … Continue reading Addictions people cherish
The occurrence of an interesting incident on my visit to book-fair this year made me think about the ‘changed’ significance of photographs in current times. The once insignificant trend of clicking photographs on rare,important occasions and savoring them for lifetime has turned into highly essential, day in day out craze of clicking and sharing them online. Back to the incident that went this way: While browsing the interesting books in … Continue reading The Re-definition of Photographs by FACEBOOK
Today evening, out of some work requirement , I went down to my apartment’s office, a tiny room in the nook of a big,nicely decorated living hall. After a few nice words with the office lady, I came out in the living hall. The interior instantly grabbed my attention and forced me to click a few pictures of the place. Satisfied with the clicks, I head to … Continue reading Meeting a 90 year old..
First of all, a very good question – I was taught to say this when you need some time to think the answer. So, as I think, I find myself digging out purposely the feelings that engulf me more often than I realize. Most people miss good times and people who were there with them in the past. But, what do I miss? Well, there … Continue reading What do you miss?
Ever since I was a child, I always WANTED a patio or balcony. I have so many happy memories of all the patios I came across till now. The best one being when I use to stay with my friends Reena and Anjali during the college internship. We spent some quality time on our patio, sipping tea, gossiping and passing interesting remarks on fellow students. … Continue reading I love my Patio
This weekend I moved from the hustle and bustle of a big city to a calm, peaceful country life of a small town. Since, I had lived in a metropolis for most of my life, this move was more than uncomfortable for me. Still, with an open mind and a wish to adjust, Amit and I came to this place on a bright sunny afternoon. … Continue reading Sweet little things!