Than muyarchiyil satrum manam thalaraatha gils, spent another whole weekend on movie watching binge. But sadly none of the movies made the cut to qualify for a review. In simpler terms, they were rubbish. Had a chance to read one of the best non-fiction book i have ever read, though. Courtesy a fellow blogger recommendation, i happened to check out "God's debris" by Scott Adams. Not sure how many of my friends would like it, but me felt bit happy after reading it. His thought process and mine were alike on quite a few topics and the book raises some very interesting questions. Its quite a small book, under 150 pages and makes a quick read with even pace throughout. If you are game for an intriguing session of questioning things go for it. It may not answer your queries but will surely make you wonder :)
The reason behind this post was an interesting call i had. It was from a long lost friend :) It had been a while since we were in touch, contrary to the heydays when we used to be quite the opposite. It felt so nice and endearing to recollect those memories. Funny things these memories. Till we think about them, we are not even sure if they exist. And when we do find them, it feels so fresh and surprising where were they hiding all the while. We were wondering how much life had changed in a span of couple of years. Its quite strange that addition of newer people in life actually reduces the number of people you used to interact with :D Maybe married people get to have more depth in their relationship than normal friends with light weight relationships?!! No idea on that.
A few of my friends have a policy of skipping marriages and events related to marriage - like kids birthdays etc. Not that they are against the concept of marriage but just that they are still SINGLE :D :D :D Though they wouldnt admit it, the fact is, it makes them feel more lonely to look at their fellow mates surrounded by their kids and kin. On the other side, my married friends never attend any parties which the singletons throw, solely because of the fear that, they wouldnt be in a position to go home after the party :D :D Marriage brings with it hypocritic discipline that it refuses people, the freedom to let their hairs down and enjoy like before :D So each one try to outdo the other with their advice on how to lead each others life with the benefits and pitfalls of each others lifestyle.
To all my married,engaged,in love,going steady,yet to bite the bullet bramachari/ni friends :) Happy friendship day. Whichever category you belong to, love you folks. Without you people, life is simply boring :) whether in touch or out of it, hardly matters, for we have our memories to fall back on. Have a great day :)