Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion


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Lifeless soul, how sad!

He never cared what is happening around him. Never he looked over shoulders. Never he was seen indulged in loose talks. What to say more, rarely he smiled too….he was not even found showing any gesture of social interactions.

“What a life less soul , he is”, his colleagues pitied him.

“Seems one of his screws is loosely connected”, people sympathized. “How can he be a human without any blah blah chats in life”

But he was least bothered on all such sympathies and gossips

He thought, “Silly people, what do they know about me? Simply wasting their life in all those gossips. When will they understand the worth of what they are losing? Just living if the wind is favourable in their path, spending time peeping over the window of their neighbors. Never you people will understand what I am thinking. So start living, stop cursing me and laughing at me”

After thought: Sometimes  we feel pity for othes thinking about their poor life conditions or unhappiness in life or anything like that. But actually we are fooled in a way. Those people understand everything including our thoughts. And in fact they are feeling pity for us..how ironic!

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Who will talk first?

His one word reply was good enough to elevate her into the epitome of imaginations. She didn’t ask anything further as the answer was least satisfactory or a perfect lie for her.

He waited for her to ask further. Since she didn’t, he skipped and left.

She thought why he was lying.

He thought why she couldn’t ask further.

The ego is so powerful to ruin your relationships.  Keep an eye out for that missing heart to heart conversation.


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Join our souls to fight against the wall culture

Nations have made walls on boundaries for thousands of years. And the citizens are so obedient, no.. 😉 They are also building wall around their homes to protect them from the so called jealousy eyes of their neighbours…so brilliant…hmmm.

Even in the midst of this wall culture, it was a pleasant moment for me to watch a few people standing on either side of the wall and talking together, yesterday evening… I went back to my childhood days. At that time, there were around 6 to 10 homes in a compound.. definitely not the congested ones as in todays residential villas.  It may take around 4 to 6 minutes by walk to reach the other end if you start from one end of the compound. And many such compounds before you reach a main junction. None of those compounds were segregated by these stone walls, instead there had some small ways in between, a kind of natural walls decorated with hibiscus, henna and all..

Okay, coming back to my yesterday evening, I was so curious to know what they were talking, human instinct, no..;)… But couldn’t hear properly as I was at a few meters away from them. After sometime, I could feel that they were agreeing on something and deducing some plans. May be to visit a place together or to go for a marriage of someone in their colony.

Anyway it was nice to see that the walls were not built in their minds.

So 

Let us join our souls to fight against the wall culture and break the wall of social separation

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Age is just a number

Hmm, I understand there are people with whom we never feel an age gap. When they express themselves, we feel like they are a kind of our own reflection. So nothing can inject a pause while talking with them.

People come and leave our life without leaving a mark of their own. In such a world it was so special to meet this young lady. (No Ash, it’s not on you, but your mom.. 😉 )

Yes, she is really young, young in her thoughts, and more over well aware on the thoughts running through our heads.

I felt as if I am talking to someone of my age, and ya, she also should have felt the same.. 😉


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Female Behaviour-8

She: You know, while I was in the vegetable shop, I saw that little boy whom we met last day

He: Which boy, I don’t remember.

She: Ehh.. The poor boy, how long he talked to you in the museum, and you have forgotten him so easily…so sad it is..!

She:……( she just continues)

She: Tell me, what are you thinking?

He: Nothing (without taking his eyes off the TV)

She: No, no.. Something is there puzzling you.

He: No dear, I am perfectly okay…let me watch the show

She: You are always like this, never interested to hear me talk.

He: Please keep quite babe..

She:  Oh.. What did I do while I have more brain cells dedicated to talk to you.