Today I read a post from someone where he had mentioned about 51 things that he is happy about. And I thought what a great idea it is. I have been known to have many dislikes. I will do 30 things because today is 30th November.
- I have an amazing best friend.
- I like to read a lot.
- I have a nice straight hair.
- I laugh out really loud.
- I find joy in stuff like good food, a beautiful scenery, nice walk, good conversation.
- I like all colours.
- I am a liberal
- I have enthusiasm and passion to do something of value.
- I have a nice handwriting.
- I can use and understand sarcastic humour.
- I am becoming more and more confident in presenting myself to others.
- I have a willingness to learn and improve.
- I can be kind and non judgmental with people.
- I can learn some stuff pretty quickly.
- I never give up.
- I know that I can improve and I try to.
- I really pay attention to someone who is talking to me. This is something I find that a lot of people do not do.
- My health is at top priority.
- My body has been through hell and back, yet somehow it stays strong. I love my body for that.
- I’m thoughtful and old-fashioned
- I’m quite fond of my energy. It helps me get things done and makes me feel really confident and determined to get things done.
- Being a music lover, having good and soulful taste in music.
- Not being into drugs and smoking.
- How loving I am (no one wants it at the moment, so I’ll love myself until they do!).
- My MASSIVE smile!
- My love for tattoos and mehndi
- My Blog
- My perfectionism (sometimes!)
- My obsession with reality shows.
- My obsession with things that I find beautiful.
Okay, so that came about and it’s a good list. What say?? I should do more positive lists. Perhaps that will make me more positive and remind me that what the important things in life are.
This Post is written for Day#30 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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I was thinking of throwing a blog party – but then I decided to or not to. Who would come to celebrate 3months success of a blog? Would there be wine and cheese? Would people dress up in their finest evening wear to meet me, the blogger and ask her to sign her blog post?
The simple answer is no. But this is what I have in my mind. I know books are totally different but so are blogs, for me it’s a magical transformation of ideas.
Last night I dreamt around 25 people came online to part in my blog party. Looking around, I couldn’t help but be humbled by the shear brainpower of the people who had chosen to spend their time with me. There were bold face names from the worlds of blogging. There was no shortage of bloggers, which always reminds me that they go out (I really hope so) of their way to support others. To find meaning in clamour, to help understand complex and sometimes overwhelming subjects, and to help each of us make sense in fast moving world.
So the next time, I cross 6months of my blog do expect an invitation to a party. But don’t mark in any Friday/Saturday night (s) just yet, these things take time.
This Post is written for Day#29 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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Its natural for a human being to have likes and dislikes for people, especially the celebrities. But I don’t understand is that why people hate the celebrities they don’t like. Isn’t hate a big word? Some artists are your favourites and some are not. It’s okay. But hating is too much. Posting ridiculous and indecent comments, but why? You don’t like a celebrity, its like you don’t like, why bother the issue more by harsh words?
I read often hateful comments about Justin Beiber, Kristen Stewart, Adele, Shahrukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Imam Siddiqui and etc. Why? They don’t even know them personally. Rather, they don’t know them at all. They make their own perceptions and comment about their personal lives. People send out so many negative vibes by all this.
The artists are there to entertain us and they do. We should respect them for that. We should respect them for their talents and art, keeping aside what they do in their personal lives. Whatever they do in their personal lives is their choice. One has no right to intrude upon them, judge them and suggest them what to do and what they should have done.
When you don’t even like your own parents intruding upon you, think about the artists then….
This Post is written for Day#28 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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A lot of times in life we see that things don’t turn out how we expect them to.
We are always told not to expect. But have you realized this, even while not expecting we are surely expecting.
It is human nature to do things out of love, want or care and yet desire to get all of it in return. What’s wrong in that?
Without reactions, our deeds are followed by heartbreaks, regrets, and anger.
So did I not deserve something in exchange? Am I not good enough to be at the receiving end for once? Or ain’t I just not permitted to wish for the “give and take”?
It’s inevitable for these questions to arise. However hard you try to block them out or you fight with yourself to let them go.
You make it simple and vow not to repeat the history. How long does it work? All it takes is a moment to make you forget the promises you made to yourself when you were deprived of what you craved for.
It is one vicious cycle with “expectations” at its centre. The only key out here is staying power. You bear it, and you learn from it.
It doesn’t mean you don’t repeat your mistakes. You just grow stronger, stronger to tolerate some more.
This Post is written for Day#27 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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A missed call is a call that is deliberately terminated by the caller before being answered by its intended recipient, appearing as a “missed call” on the receiver’s cellphone.
Nothing on this world irritates me more than a missed call. If I have genuinely missed a call due to some proper reason, it is definitely reasonable but if someone else has to talk to me and he/she gives a missed call, it pisses me off very badly. Almost every mobile phone company has tried and is trying to ensure that the call rates remain the cheapest but then why pay for something when you can get it for free? People never let go of an opportunity to save money on our calls, and the best way to do this? – Missed calls.
I hate, I really do, those people who gives me a missed call and expects me to call back. This is very bad attitude. Why miss calls should be given. We cannot take excuse that cell charges are high that is why one cannot afford. But instead, many new offers are coming day in day out and normally the cell charges are very reasonable to have local calls. Knowing all well people still prefer to give miss call and try to save their money. It is very simple basic psychology-” Why should I spend my money on you? You spend it”. Mostly such calls will for something in favour of the missed call recipient. I am sure everyone reading this have received so called missed calls on your mobile phone. Many times such missed call makes me so irritating that I tend to say something back to such person who tries to disturb me especially when Iam busy.
This Post is written for Day#26 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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“Do not compare yourself to others. If you do so, you are insulting yourself.” ― Adolf Hitler
I am my own favorite. An individual who makes mistakes, laughs, cries, hurts smiles and loves. I am who I am through my joys, sorrows, heartbreaks, happiness and my loses. I climb a new step everyday in my life. Every good or bad, happy or sad teaches me familiarity of life. I am a student throughout life, not just in the classroom. Knowledge is all around me, waiting for me to learn new things and process new in sequence that will teach me during the balance years of my life. I am a person who had made many mistakes, but has the courtesy to learn from them. I am a person who laughs so hard that I have tears running down my cheeks. I am an emotional fool.
I like reading The Time, and watching romantic comedies. I like T20 format of cricket, eating breadsticks, and writing and have a big time crush on David Beckham. I value honesty and commitment in all relationships. I have mixed feelings about religion. I don’t have a name or form of my god but I communicate with him daily- he’s my father, my guardian, my light. I dislike saying “I am trying to find myself” because my identity is not lost, it just needs more exposure. Luckily for me, what I love to do and want to be helps me discover more about myself. I want to be a published author. I am not worried that I don’t know everything about myself. I am sure as I get older, I’ll figure it out.
You can tell me anything, I won’t act shocked and even if I am, and I will never betray your secret. I can see the difference between a fake smile and the real one. I easily turn snubbed if something I don’t like happens around. I am devoted and passionate about all that which is related to me from my books to people I love.
This Post is written for Day#25 of NaBloPoMo which challenges you to a blog post every single day in November. This is a great opportunity to publish posts daily, meet other bloggers, and try something new.
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