Tuesday, October 8, 2013

What I have been Doing?

Now, for all those folks, who would read my blog time to time and wonder why I never made for parties which I dearly didn't want to miss out. Well, work is hectic.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Depression is Good?

Our society has actually convinced us not to be sad, sadness and depression is treated as sickness unrecoverable, and even AIDS patients are to be hugged let alone the depressed men be abandoned. But how many of you have talked with an AIDS patient?

Friday, June 28, 2013

Smart Ladies.

She thinks she is old now, she thinks her time had come and gone, with desperation or grievance & depression she just wants to settle down, but her age did pass to get married for the sexiest men around her thinks so. Lucky are those who can actually fall in love and retain their love and have their happily forever ends.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

The Last Problem for this Generation as Youths : Marriage.

Now I write this as the last problem for my generation as "YOUTH", because a year or two from now, none of you will be youths anymore, you be branded adults and even though you won't mature enough, everything that you do or don't do will be taken into serious account: with reasons required for your actions.

Today, I write on a very sensitive topic, and who but me should write it, I love to talk about elephants in the living rooms. Marriage!

Source: Google Images. 
Source Google Image: The same Turkish Nomad Clan. 

Source Google Images: I will not talk about cousins getting married, I haven't encountered that so far.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Well if everything is impermanent.

What doesn’t make you Buddhist by Jamyang Khentse Rinpoche gives you a versatile idea about where you have gone wrong and what are the things that you abstain yourself from being a true Buddhist.

Quite shockingly, even though I claim myself agnostic and atheist at times, I discovered myself being more Buddhist than my mother. On the other hand it did challenge many orthodox views and opinions, but I will leave it there.

Friday, April 26, 2013

The Errors in Logic.

In whole of 2012, I only went to Thimphu for five times. I can claim 15 days of casual leave in a year, but I happened to claim only 3 and half days. Reason? As branded by some of my colleagues, I am sort of a workaholic. I don't know whether this is good or bad, but these days, the situation has slightly gotten out of control, too much of work does make a Jack dull that he forgets to flush his own digested nutrition.

Anyways, today I will write about my experience when I had once taken taxi to Thimphu. Now I am a fat man with broad shoulders so I requested the little monk to sit on the back seat, the monk had to be seated along with two elderly women from Punakha or Bajo itself. I have no idea and these days, accents are just the same for me, I cannot differentiate who is from where? So, we were in the taxi and I have to admit that travelling makes me more imaginative than shower, so I was working out ideas bout global peace and how efficiently I can execute certain items on site. This and that, and it is funny how you can't multiply and divide bigger numbers in your mind. Oops, my mind, I just lose tracks on numbers and carry overs.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Where were YOU?

Anybody who loved to smoke marijuana and listen to Pink Floyd would never be the same, especially after listening to the song: Coming back to life.

One of my friends once wrote, while she was standing on her balcony, the world was changing, perhaps someone as ordinary as you and I are is writing a great script to make a great movie while someone has started on his quest which will make a great movie tomorrow.

And just like that, where was I? Were there people missing me or were they simply wondering or were they simply not bothering, who knows feeling very comfortable that I am no more around? Truth be told, veil of ignorance does take away your important time especially while you think about your roll in society.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Life as it Slips from my fingers.

It is windy outside, and the reason why it is beautiful? Just that I can see it fondle with the paddy and the unknown harvest besides paddies. The atmosphere is intense, it gives me energy to think the unthinkable, it makes me believe those dreams which I shall live someday, it gives me courage yet saddens me, flashing my life lived till date. Full of regrets and what ifs, at the same time full of mistakes and at some point, memories that make me laugh so hard that if those passersby would witness this sub tropical bear standing behind the window, would probably think HE GONE MAD ( please switch on your chinese accent).

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Motithang Days E7: SEX Education!

Before we grew up, before we got ourselves into this abattoirs whereby we slaughter our hopes and dreams everyday, before we started paying Taxes, before we could actually think of getting married or settled, before we thought whether our paychecks would be able to sustain ourselves and family, before we thought of every other things that seemed simply impossible and now actually impossible, we all were once students.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Winter Temporary Job.

When I was a kid, I used to paint banners during my leisure days, later on, it somehow became my pocket money earning days and one point, I nearly thought of making it as my career. But damn, those stencils and PVC banners they took away all my pocket money sources and leave alone my career, but hey, I also had dreamed of becoming an Astronaut, am I one now? :P

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