Tuesday, 11 June 2013

what if i die tomorrow???

aha.. don't worry... no motivational or inspirational message here. and i am not seriously planning to die.
but the thing is 

everyone says... life is short... you cannot predict when you will die. any moment could be your last.
well m not worried about it. because if it is destined to happen it will happen. and frankly i am so damn lazy to do anything about it,.

coming back to my point. 
talking about death and stuff...i have different worries and concerns.

a few days back, i asked my sister to promise me one thing...
and it was, if something happens to  me, what about the stuff i own?

i mean there is nothing much to worry about the bank accounts, they are pretty much empty one week after i get my salary.

but what about my laptop, phone, mp3 player???
 i just asked her to have them all...and format them , leaving no traces of its ex-owner.

and now talking again about my promise... i told her to be the only person to have access to my stuff. and by my stuff i mean everything...from the clothes i adore to ones i have never worn.
from accessories i bought for others and never gifted(i loved them for myself) to the ones i got from others may be as gifts.

from the cosmetics i bought just because i love their advertisement to ones i ever used.

from soft toys i bought for myself, to one cards i got from my friends.

well, i don't regret any of it... seriously... maybe you will call me stubborn or spoiled, i just don't care. this promise is just for the people who love poking their noses in other's business, who care about other's life more than they care about themselves.
but i surely don't regret it.
because... it was my life...my moments, my(my parent's)money...just mine.
and i loved every part of it.

Monday, 10 June 2013

a day at railway station...

seems like the essay report na...that we were to write in for our english or hindi exams.

well that was the first thought i had when i visited railway station...followed by so many-stupidest thought.

here it goes.
Yesterday i went to railway station...here in the city beautiful.
i had to receive a friend of mine. 
frankly speaking i used to have these weird ideas related to train journeys , most importantly the railway station.

thanks to our bollywood movies, i had this misconception that no matter what, you have to run after the train.
i was sure that " someone giving you a hand and all" is a movie-thing. but yes... you have to run after train.
actually being paranoid, i haven't much traveled in train. well truly speaking its just four times I have got lucky. And of these four, two i can't remember...because i was a small kid back then. and was traveling with my parents, so i guess it was their concern.

and the one other time, i was going to college (Panipat from Karnal) and due to bus-strike i was forced to take the train. huh:( and i faced the biggest issue of the lifetime- where exactly was i supposed to stand on the platform 
to get to my respective boggy ON TIME.  even on the fourth one wasn't a help, in getting over this fear. huh

i was supposed to go to KURUKSHETRA from my hometown(KAITHAL) for some stupid exam.
i left home at 5:45, that means i woke up at 5(haaha hatered started from there only)
and then there were almost ..i don't know..i don't know how to give a rough idea about no of people just by looking at their density or intensity.

anyways we somehow managed to enter in...and then luckily we got some decent space to stand...

so, when yesterday i went to receive him, i couldn't bring myself to enter in the platform area, instead i waited in parking...yes i thought people really get lost out there.

but i found out that i needed to drop him back in the evening. so i thought it was a good chance to experience the craziness in the platform area. and this is what i found out-
people sitting or standing or sleeping,...on the floor or a few uncomfortable seats they could find...and waiting for their trains.

announcements every few seconds... you got to know about your train n- no of times before it arrives. where n=5*min left.

when your train arrives, you can hear it all around you...from announcing lady, people around you...and even the KULIs.

and yes, you can see the train, far before it reaches the station. and all you have to do is see the sequence of the boggies and find yours.

and then i asked my friend, what if i am standing far away from mine. 
he smiled and said... these boxes are interconnected and then i was relieved with an answer to my long time battle with the misconception about trains :-P


Well its never easy, but see here i am. I have been away from my blog for so long, can't really remember when i actually wrote 2 posts...