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Tuesday, May 16, 2006


"Everyone is somebody's Weirdo'!

How true! We think we are normal, and find a lot of people around us eerie. Have we ever imagined, that in an own world of theirs, their insanity is not abnormal; infact, we seem weird to them. Their infinitesimal eccentricities are quite a second nature to what we call weird people. I don't know who defined the word 'weird'. Is there a scale to judge what would and would not qualify as being weird? Frankly, I do not know. I am seeking an answer, to some extent an explanation to gratify my soul and support my societal nuances as being one of theirs and not an outcast.

You might now think, isn't this weird, is she eccentric? May be. Nevertheless, it is my regular way of channeling my 'regular' thoughts. I seem weird to you. May be you seem weird to me. If it were even existant; the benchmark of eccentricity, would still continue to be irrelevant, given the unfathomable philosophies people pursue.


Monday, May 15, 2006

A Beautiful Postcard......

Came accross it while browsing. Isn't it truely beautiful?


Monday, May 08, 2006

21st Century.....

Our Communication - Wireless
Our Dress - Topless
Our Telephone - Cordless
Our Cooking - Fireless
Our Youth - Jobless
Our Food - Fatless
Our Labour - Effortless
Our Conduct - Worthless
Our Relation - Loveless
Our Attitude - Careless
Our Feelings - Heartless
Our Politics - Shameless
Our Education - Valueless
Our Follies - Countless
Our Arguments - Baseless
Our boss - Brainless
Our Job - Thankless
Our Salary - Very less


Tuesday, May 02, 2006


Isn’t it weird that we often fall into the pseudo-traps created and niched in our minds? Traps that are a figment of our whims! Such enchanted traps that have more gravitational pull than the rough airs of ‘sense and sensibility’. It is difficult to figure out a hidden pitfall by just gleaning at the green grass that purposefully covers it. All that glitters is not gold! Verily true. If an idle mind is a devil’s workshop then an overworked mind is a garner of traps. Seldom are we aware of the ambushes in the human ‘materialistic’ mind. A mind that is the most brilliant amongst several of its own kind; how then, do we tend to misuse it inadvertently? We fall, arise, and fall again in those lacunas day in and day out. I got lost and fell into one such today. Alas! Cognizance did not precede the experience. An eye-opener for today!