For a doctor, how must it be? if he is a good guy, he would want the whole world to stay well…but then how would he survive?
Such a dilemma…
wonder how they feel.
When was the last time u heard the click click of the clock?
I am sure it was the time when there was no electricity. Actually not just no electricity but no electricity for more than half an hour. Because as per the Denial-Anger-Acceptance-Bargaining stages to pass, it takes one about atleast half an hour to pass before you keep quiet.
Think about it.
I was chatting with my bro who has come to on a vacation in mumbai after about almost 10 yrs. He said that mumbai has changed in so many ways. There is no electricity problem anymore…as a matter of fact people are using it even when they don’t need it.
I asked him what hasn’t changed about mumbai. Traffic and the population was his reply within a second.
Life in Mumbai is sooo chaotic… its fast…for no apparent reason I think at times. I realized this when I was speaking to his kids. They speak sooooooo slowly. They speak in a sing song tone. It is lovely to just hear them talk.
Wonder if I will get a chance to stay somewhere near but outside Mumbai.
wish you a very happy new year, i realized today that i have not written in about a month now. probably i simply lost track of time. things change. i used to be so enthu about owning a blog…i wanted the whole world to read it…then came a stage when a lot of people did read it and i thought wow. i tried to be a writer, i contacted jam mag and few other mags…sadly nothing has worked out yet. slowly my interest in writing faded or maybe i got other priorities. now, though i get a few thoughts to write about, i note them down and when i think about writing them down, i mostly forget what is it that made me want to share.
How does one get tired after traveling? especially if one just took the flight from chennai to mumbai. It is so cliched to ask the traveler once he sits down… tired? want to to sleep?
Arre came the whole way to meet you, how can one get tired from sitting in one place and looking out the window.