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Quote of the Week

"I love you
with every
piece of me.
I will love
and love
and love
until I have nothing
left,
and then
I will make more
out of the nothing
that lives
where everything
once did.
I would
dismantle me
to put you
back together
again."

- Tyler Knott Gregson



Every one who is regular on tumblr or pinterest, must be aware of Tyler Knott Gregson and his famous 'Typewriter series' of love poems. He is not just a fabulous poet, but also, so sickeningly handsome that you would feel like crying.

The Sagittarian Blabbermouth

Found on pinterest.com

Amends

Every year we get to spare a day to review our balance sheets. To check the assets and the liabilities. To re-evaluate life so far. To rectify our mistakes. Call me a cynical bitch (which I am), but to me, birthdays are not just mere happy occasions. It comes as an annual reminder that no matter how seriously I take myself, I’m going to die someday. And I’m getting closer every day. And hence comes the blow. What the fuck am I doing with my life?
There are different phases of life that bear different significance to us. Birthdays are happy days when we are too young, when the innocence is still there. We look at life with zest and naivety. Then soon we grow up; innocence bids adieu to us. We are not going to meet again until the next birth. Then we start to comprehend that birthdays are not as happy as an occasion as we put label to it. It is more like a scary monster that we are trying our best to keep tamed, covering up its ugliness under the pile of superficial fun and frolic. We …

A Few More Purulia Pics (of Me Only)

Despite the fact that internet is full of creepy, perverted, loser dudes lurking about stalking unknown/known females and sending nonsensical messages and behaving in highly suspicious friendly manners, I cannot help posting my pictures here. I mean, come on. It is MY blog and I can post whatever I want to, unless I am an ISIS operative spreading my looneybin ideas across the world. Which, by the way, has lesser probability of happening than me marrying Tom Hiddleston someday.
Anyway, enjoy the pictures. But, not in a filthy, despicable way.
God, I am turning more sarcastic with age. And the weirdest (and the scariest) part is, I am rather enjoying it.





Quote of the Week

"I was not yet in love, yet I loved to love... I sought what I might love, in love with loving."
- Augustine of Hippo

Aurelius Augustinus Hipponensis was a Latin Philospher and Christian theologian from the Africa Province of Roman Empire. He had a great contribution in developing the Western Christianity and Western Philosophy. For this, he is considered to be one of the greatest Christian thinkers of all time.

A Penny for Thoughts

Trust me; I really don’t want to interrupt my stupid rambling, my emotional sloppiness, my immature perception of life, relationship and people around me. But I am hardly getting any time these days. I’m overstressed, under-slept, and under-fed. I have no idea what I am eating or why it is 5 o’ clock in the morning and I am still awake. I am really busy. And I am also tired from obsessing over some important project that has been going on in my life for past couple of months. Whenever I am free, I am either watching FRIENDS or just sitting on the sofa like a jellyfish swooning over Deepika Padukone on various music channels. I hardly have the time and that mental peace to concoct some irrelevant, meaningless topic in my mind and serve here as if the universe’s destiny depends on it. However, there are a few things, neither irrelevant nor imaginary, that I am dying to express my opinion about and (fortunately) I am not on social media, so this is the only place where I can talk about …

Ajodhya Hills - A Short Travelogue

To be absolutely honest, when uncle (D’s father) called me up to inform me about the upcoming weekend trip, I could not hide my scepticism and lack of exuberance. Seriously, Ajodhya hills? However as D was leaving Calcutta in less than one month’s time, I thought it was our last chance to do some crazy sh*t together, well, of course until we met again. Our train was scheduled to leave by 11 o’ clock at night from Howrah station. The short journey from D’s place to Howrah was a dramatic and memorable one. The EM Bypass-Park Circus connecting flyover had been inaugurated for public vehicles on that very day and every one tried to take the ‘superfast’ flyover route from Bypass as well as from the Park Circus end. Result? We were stuck on the flyover for about 40 minutes. We had already started late and auntie began to freak out and at one point we thought she might actually get out from the rear seat and ask to drive the car herself. However, thanks to our driver, when we finally reache…

Quote of the Week

"I wonder if there will be a morning when you'll wake up missing me. That some incident in your life, would have finally taught you the value of my worth. And you will feel a surge of longing, when you remember how I was good to you.
When this day comes I hope you will look for me. I hope you will look with the kind of conviction I'd always hoped for, but never had from you. Because I want to be found. And I hope it will be you - who finds me."

- Lang Leav | Amends

Head vs. Headphone

Found on pinterest.com

Quote of the Week

"The world is indeed full of peril and in it there are many dark places. But still there is much that is fair. And though in all lands, love is now mingled with grief, it still grows, perhaps, the greater."

- J. R. R. Tolkien


Apart from being a renowned author with a cult following, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien also served the British army during World War I and World War II. In World War II, he worked as a cryptographer at the Government Code and Cypher School in London. Post WWII, he became a professor of English literature at Marton College, Oxford and served there till his retirement in 1959.
Tolkien was a devout Roman Catholic and he was an anti-communist. He voiced his disgust openly against the Communist Republicans destroying churches and killing priests and nuns during Spanish Civil War. He despised Stalin and referred to him as ''that bloodthirsty old murderer''. However he strongly denied of The Lord of The Rings being an anti-communist parable and tha…