The year 2010 was wonderful in its own right. For one, some of the best things in my life transpired in the due course of the year that is past as I pen this down.
I met some wonderful people, made some really good friends that I wouldn’t regret, got back up to reckoning from the near-fatal rock bottoms in life, made smarter and better decisions, confessed a whole lot deal to a few wonderful people I love, and also made amends with a few people whom I thought I was being unduly cross.
But all this hasn’t come up at the cost of losing a few cherished memories. And since its past, I do not intend to rake it all up and spoil the last moments of 2010.
All thanks to god for waking me up each morning to see the beauty called LIFE. And the optimist that I am, makes me believe the year ahead shall give myself and everyone around me,all the same glory and gala,if not more. Retiring early on New Years eve,for a walk in search of self and in reminisce of the glory that is life.
Happy New Year! 🙂
January 1st is just around the corner and the whole world is already out with their resolutions list and the lists to thank people amidst many other insane stuff. Lists range from what to avoid, what to expect, who to thank, who to miss out on,when to get laid,when to make out with your boss,what to do for the new year after the next etc fill everyones thoughts for the next fortnight or more,in the worst cases.
Either I am turning anti-celebrations or this world is becoming more and more insane as days pass by! I am guessing,the latter.
Sunday, the 26th of December 2010 and the Marina beach in Chennai looked unusually empty. It is common place that beach goers are forced to return home without getting down thanks to the exodus from near and far. Knowing the trend, this was quite unusual.
And then I remembered. Sunday marked the 6th anniversary of the tsunami. Maybe people kept off the beach for the fear that the tsunami was a repetitive phenomenon or something… :O
I am obviously humbled by all the love showered on me by my friends,all through this season via a few tagged pictures on facebook. Though it ends up being a mess when you see all random,unrelated graphic sprayed all over your profile.
So much so that I end up cleaning them all, once in a while in my bid to look clean. Thank you for all the wonderful love. My number is all around my profile.Or you could even email me,wall post me or message me on my fone,things which would obviously make me happier than all these meaningless tags.. 🙂
The demand for equal rights in every vocation of life is just and fair; but, after all, the most vital right is the right to love and be loved.
Emma Goldman (via greenstate)