‘…I can’t keep apologizing for something I can’t change.’
– Hank in Californication S04E03
So true and so little understood. Accept apology, define punishment. Don’t accept apology, breakup. Either way, move on. Can’t just keep hankering back to an act in the past that can’t be changed.
…All I can do is keep moving forward and try to become someone you can love again.
Interesting how the most innocent, most treasured smiles turn around to haunt as the heaviest of burdens on this overworked, cholesterol-clogged heart.
About 5 years since I graduated from b-school, 4 years since I last visited campus. Yet, even today when I hear ‘Ek do teen char…’, my brain responds with just the good old ‘… XL ki g@@nd maar’ :)
Even when it’s a part of that devotional song from SRK’s Don :|
Be wary if they put you on a pedestal, it only brings your neck closer to the noose.
Feeling bad about not picking up that crumpled cigarette packet. That I did’nt throw it is not reason enough to absolve me. That I had 2 out of the 20 in that pack is reason enough to let my guilty conscience drip me dry.
I let a little bit of myself die while trying to fit in. Let myself down and now suffering the consequences.
How come Belgium, Denmark and Germany are all famous for their beers but Netherlands is not? How did they not fall for this legen-waitforit-dary drink of the gods?
And since I’m still off twitter, I think I’d breathe this sigh of relief here – found my precious black notebook. Thus, a few hours of anxiety cut from preparation time. Though, still running behind by 3 hours at least.
Having spent much of the day off twitter, I thought I’d indulge myself by spending a few minutes on Quora. Saw 4 questions on my home page that made me switch of completely. The questions:
What is the best Hindu / Christian / Muslim / Black mobile application?
I think the proverbial Orkutiyas have reached Quora already. Time for me to quit?
‘Oh, come on, at your age the glass is half full.’
‘No, it’s at your stage that the glass is half full. At my age we don’t want half a glass, full or empty. In fact we don’t want a glass, end of. We want a tankard and we want it overflowing. We are the have-everything generation, remember.’
‘No, we’re the have-everything generation.’
‘Well we’re the pissed generation then.’
The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobson
It shouldn’t have surprised me when I found myself unconsciously switching on the TV this Sunday expecting to see a formula one race. My mind it seems, rightly, is wired to see sports on weekends in January.
Australian F1 GP and the Australian Open tennis -.you can’t come soon enough :)
P.S.: Was reminded I’m not alone on seeing tweets by @Brit_Asian_Girl and @nikster007 awaiting the start of F1 season.