Sometimes, in my spare time I like to search good music. In these days you really need to search them and in that matter I've come across some of the beautiful Hindi songs which I guess are worth sharing!!
And suddenly the sentence "The Law of Garbage Truck" resounds in my mind as I was watching a fight on a busy traffic road. I recalled a friend of mine who once way back sent me an SMS describing the "Law of Garbage Truck", yes you heard it right the SMS as it was way back in the time when messaging apps weren't invented.
Today for the very first time I looked it up on the internet and found that it's an article by David J. Pollay, a writer. He describes it as follows.
“Many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of garbage, full of frustration, full of anger, and full of disappointment. As their garbage piles up, they look for a place to dump it. And if you let them, they’ll dump it on you. So when someone wants to dump on you, don’t take it personally. Just smile, wave, wish them well, and move on. Believe me. You’ll be happier.”
I have always remembered the essence of Law of Garbage Truck but didn't know how exactly it was described.
I had always been skeptical about buying Kindle. "Buy it or not to buy it, that is the question" and I am so glad that now what used to be "that is the question" becomes "that was the question" as finally, I bought the Kindle from Amazon. My very own beloved Kindle which I can cherish for life or perhaps at least for 2 years as per Kindle Protection Plan.
The skeptics might be with the price or perhaps with my love for books, the books that made out of woods or with the possibility of mine to regain my habit of reading. I had not been reading books for 1.5 years, these 1.5 years were the worst years of my life, to be precise my worst days started from Feb 2016.
Now things are getting somewhat good if not great and so am I, if not great of course. I so wanted to jump on reading books at my earliest. And after buying Kindle I am delighted as if I found my lost treasure which was lost 1.5 years ago.
I again started reading and the best part is, now a day I …
The other day, I was watching a really old movie Nirmala, 1948. It is a nice movie. There is a romantic scene in the movie between two lovers.
They are standing on the balcony of their home on the wedding night with their fingers intertwined with each other.
The below lines are cheesy but I love them. How beautifully a man expresses the love to his woman.
Man - Kyun aaj mere hraday ka chaman hai khila hua, Kyun mann bina ka taar taar hai mila hua, Woman - Mein kya jaanu Man - Kisse puchun?
Woman - Apne dil se.. Man - Dil kehta hai chandramukhi ne mann ka mukud khilaya hai Bubul ne apna pyara gul paaya hai Jivan tha suna suni mann ki basti Madhur prem se tumne ise basaya hai Woman - Bhor ho gyi.. Man - Haan bhor ho gyi.