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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Juxtapositioned

Hey.. Peeps.. :) Diwali is coming on the wings of the wind and like last year I will be away from home, wow! am so in love with my work. No possibility to go home, and guess moreover it is a decision –made after so many permutations and combinations with huge expectations that stand nowhere.

Work, dreams, desires, reality, expectations, imaginations run over a parallel track –seems never to meet. They are all packed together in juxtaposition that you can make the difference and can never count the similarities. Our problems and solutions are somewhat arranged in same pattern. Once you figure out the difference, and its over –that’s the common deal with problems & solutions.

We compare stuffs and evaluate so many things and sometimes it is not even required. Every damn thing in this world is juxtapositioned. If not then we –decaying organic matter, somehow arrange it in same pattern long for the solution. It is like disassembling up a solved jigsaw puzzle and then putting it back to solve it –trying to arrange every piece that fits.

Loneliness was rarely felt. But being absent at such a grand festival invites me to grand ennui I never wanna be part of. Anyways, Bangalore rains and mood swings have a deal in common –it can happen anytime, I hate both. Hoping coming week to be good! Currently listening to Feels Like Home by Chantal Kreviazuk. Signing out, may God bless y’all.. :)

4 comments:

  1. could relate,was in a similar position last year..whatever happens,happens for good for the almighty knows what's best for whom..Bangalore's weather is the only good thing I found there..always soothing those nice breezy evenings........Happy Diwali(you'r closer geographically to Rama-Ravana battle field=center-stage of the original Diwali action b/w Rama-Ravana)

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