Blossoms of winter
Rising sun brings joy once more
Murmurs of nature
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Right now, at this very moment, the world of social media is as busy as it’s ever been. To no surprise, the increasingly large volume of posts, tweets, pins and stories brings with it a lot of noise and fun.
In an effort to help others find the real value and connect with those creating it, yours truly Novemberschild has put together a new series on the blog – featuring some of the interesting and famous faces of Social Media who are really my close and very good friends.
This week’s featured interview is RUCHIK
In his words – Trained as a Social Sector Manager. Discovered that it wasn’t paying too well as I wanted my “job” (for the want of any other word) to be. Didn’t have the guts to get into something like theatre full time. Didn’t have the skills to be an entrepreneur. And so I plunged into corporate world. I do cherish dreams of doing a whole lot of other things, someday, somehow. Want to get back to theatre. Want to learn (at least) one instrument. Want to do photography. (Do dabble in photography a bit – primarily experimentative.) So why am I subjecting you all to this useless litany? Well, for one thing, I would love to meet more people on the same wavelength. And two, this is actually a veiled attempt at vending my skills.
Novemberschild: Describe one of your colossal failures.
Ruchik: Leaving a job without one in hand and then for 4 years not working thereafter.
Novemberschild: Which is your favorite alcoholic beverage?
Ruchik: RUM / VODKA
Novemberschild: What crime have you considered committing?
Novemberschild: Describe a moment you were so embarrassed you wanted to disappear.
Ruchik: As a kid I was too shy and introvert kinds. In a fancy dress competition I was made a shepherd and all I had to do was to say haat haat to imaginary cows and goats. When I went up the stage, looked up and saw ppl watching me and couldn’t utter a single word. Embarrassing was when the entire audience said haat haat on behalf of me – or was it to me. 😛
Novemberschild: What’s the best sound in the world?
Ruchik: Mum waking up in the morning – either with love or with anger.
Novemberschild: What’s your unanswerable question–the question you seem to always be asking yourself?
Ruchik: What am I doing with myself?
Novemberschild: Do you think sex is overrated? If yes, why?
Ruchik: No – Not really.
Novemberschild: What’s the naughtiest thing you’ve ever done?
Ruchik: Sext with multiple girls at the same time
Novemberschild: Have you ever had a one-night stand?
Novemberschild: Do you have any fetishes you’ve never mentioned?
Ruchik: Nah – Have not thought about it
Thank you Ruchik
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About the Book:
Dev Khanna has a perfect life with his loving wife Radhika and son Neel in Melbourne, Australia. But there is something from his past that keeps gnawing him, an open wound that is a reminder of a debt. His present is very flourishing and future promising but what happens when the past comes knocking? As the skeletons begin to tumble one after other from the cupboard it is now threating his present.
Join Dev on a journey that spans across the tall skylines of Melbourne, the royal Dilwalo ki Dilli to the dingy streets of Moradabad as he battles love, religion, politics and fear questioning his own beliefs at every step. Will he be able to make peace with his past and save his future? Will humanity lose this battle against everything else?
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