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Two different worlds

He looked at her and smiled
one look into his smouldering eyes and her heart skipped a beat

they never spoke much but for a reason unknown she felt connected to him  in ways she never fathomed.

She thought he knew  how her heartbeat upon viewing him always went askew she thought he understood  how much he impacted her
Alas! He chided her for being emotional told her not to be foolish never fully understanding the depth of what she felt
He wasn't to be reprimanded though, Because hers was a story  which never got conveyed nor did it ever gain momentum
In the forest they met looking at each other silently It was time for him to leave
She just stood still and the time ticked away the wind blowing across her face  as further away from her he went
He was lost in the darkness of the night tried as hard as she could  but him she couldn't find she called his name till her throat hurt  his name echoed everywhere
so far was he her voice he couldn't hear as he galloped ahead t…

'Independent' India !!?!!

It's 15th august again!
The national anthem is sung by the whole nation, patriotic songs are playing all over, The National flag has been hoisted at places and children are seen waving the Indian Flag at each other.
India is in it's 67th year of Independence..
But is this really Independence?
Are we free and independent from corruption? From poverty? From the rising inflation? other countries have set up their industries in our country, from toothpastes to automobiles, everywhere, Indians are paying other nations and boosting their economy.. is that freedom? Aren't we still slaves to all of the above? Of course you all know the answer to this don't you? Nothing new huh??

So?? Should we still celebrate independence?
Yes may be we should.. After all our forefathers' sacrifice would go waste, wouldn't it?
The blood they shed, the agony they went through was because they wanted our country to be 'Independent' they wanted the people in our nation to live in…

A tiny bit of Astrology.

Now 'Astrology' is one area which is of a great debate. Some people believe in it too much, so much that they start trusting frauds blindly while some think that it is totally wrong or inaccurate or unimportant to believe or know anything about astrology. There should be a middle ground to it. I think astrology can be of a great use if its used as just a guideline in understanding oneself and the people who surround us, personally and professionally.

In my video above, I've already spoken about the 3 signs and how they contribute our personality. I also speak of the elements of astrology and which signs come under each element.

To explain it further, I will  give you one example:  If a person is say Cancer by his Sun sign, Leo by his Moon sign and has Virgo as his Rising sign then he is bound to be having the typical traits of a Cancerian which are shyness, attachment towards his loved ones and will be a little more on the emotional side, but as he has a Leo moon, he will…

Villains. Exploring the darker side.

In my blog, have always spoken about brighter, happier side of life.Well, what about the other side?

When I take the following names, take a moment to remember them and try to picture them in your mind. Why? read to know!

Hollywood- The Joker, Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct, Agent Smith in the Matrix, The Predator in the movie Predator, Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch in Wizard of Oz and of course Alan Rickman and Harvey Dent.

Television- I'll just name one very prominent - the 'Dexter' series starring Michael Hall.

Back home in Bollywood- The iconic characters of Gabbar Singh (Amjad Khan), Mogambo (Amrish Puri) to the bad men of all time, Pran, Prem Chopra, Lalita Pawar and Shakti Kapoor to Nana Patekar, Aushtosh Rana to Shahrukh Khan in Darr, Baazigar, Don to John Abraham and Hrithik Roshan (Dhoom Series)
Latest is Riteish Deshmukh and Siddharth Malhotra in the film Ek Villain.

Literature- Who can forget Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter, Cruella De Vil in 101 D…

Finding our way.

When I decided to pursue physiotherapy as a profession, I had absolutely no idea of what lay ahead of me.
In the first year, I joined Vishwakarma Institute of Health Sciences and Research (VIHSR) which was a newly opened college branch by the well known VIT group of people.
Meeting new people, new teachers was a great feeling. We all soon got acquainted with each other.
The memorable time there was the anatomy laboratory dissections, where we saw and dissected the dead bodies and their parts with hesitancy at first and later with ease and fun. I still remember our lectures and practical sessions over there and were introduced to the medical field and just began to understand what 'physiotherapy' really was and saw a glimpse of the hospitals. It was just a beginning to a four and half year journey.
Then bad luck struck us. Our college decided to shut down, ( Reasons are too many to type here) We and our parents too, panicked! What to do, how to pursue further years in physiot…

Fresh beginnings

"What's your New Year Resolution?" Everyone keeps asking this to everyone, at the end of each year, & hardly does anyone follow through with their resolutions.

Agreed, that the end of one year and the beginning of a new one symbolizes new beginnings and new hope and makes a person feel positive.

But does anyone notice that the resolutions each one of us makes or attempts to make are the same, like earning more money, buying fancy clothes, buying a car, house or losing or gaining weight or something on the similar lines. I mean all this is fine even great in fact, but 'yawn!' aren't you bored of it? Bored of making the same resolutions again and again, even when the years keep changing?

I personally am a lazy person, so usually, I don't make any resolutions at all!!! Planning anything isn't really my cup of tea & will never be, because I love to take life as it comes. But this year, I was irked by listening to the same old New Year list from peo…