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The Pacific — Scene from episode 1

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Just a scene on the war front. Happens in each war, so many times. Men become monsters, enemy becomes a “game” which has to be hunted or tortured. The video pierced my heart.

The Cycle of Things

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Life seems so erratic. It seems like there is a routine. An order, a cycle in things, in almost each way nature manifests itself. The same is with life. We love routine (most of us). We feel comfortable settling into a routine. The same way there is a cycle. A cycle of emotions, a cycle … Continue reading The Cycle of Things

Crazy Love

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I feel like writing a story. Not fiction exactly. Just a better way to convey thoughts than writing the facts straight out. It contains a message, rather a collection of thoughts. About human behavior, or the common sense prevailing in today’s world. (All names are fictional) There is a girl Naina. There is a boy … Continue reading Crazy Love

Waiting under the Moonlit night

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I stand under the moonlit night Expecting something to have changed The light, the night, or just the living A new view, or the old one rearranged Yet it was, but the same night The same, but still glowing, light And living moved with same right The silence pressing in tight

Love : Spiritual or Material

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I have been wondering about Love again. Is it something spiritual or material. I mean there was a time when i considered it something of mind, of thought, of something close to god. And yet, it suddenly feels like a necessity like money, mobile etc. Its as if, i sometimes have these sudden desperate want … Continue reading Love : Spiritual or Material

MDI: Interview experiences

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Well giving an interview, when you know it could be the most important one for you, sure is tough. To add to it, having the last interview is even weirder. You are surrounded by sea of emotions. So was the case with me, the last interview and quite an important one too (if not the … Continue reading MDI: Interview experiences