Thursday, August 25, 2011

A life that could’ve been…

Naah, this is not a serious post that analyzes life’s various elements, dissect and give an anatomy report. It’s an imagination of life that could’ve been a way which is completely different from the current one.

Holidays are really important to do various things in life. How about having 3 days weekend all through the year? You don’t have to wake up early for 3 days, so much time to fight with your loved ones and also time to understand them much better.

You work so well, putting your heart and mind during work hours; but in after hours your brain may just resist to think and cooperate further. How about having two brains? If one gets tired, let’s hibernate it and use the other!

Naturally, we are constrained on moving freely in this world. Unlike birds which fly over continents, fishes which swim across the oceans, we humans always get stuck with these traffic woes. How about having wings along with the hands? We can travel as and when we wish and bid adieu to the everlasting traffic chaos. (Not sure of the air traffic that might surge if everyone starts flying!)

You may like some moments very much in life and wish you could get back them again. Let’s consider college days, or the first day you spent time with your soul mate, or any everlasting memorable incident in life. How about having a live record button and experience them again and again!

Sometimes life surprises you with two important events at the same time. It may be hard to sacrifice one for the other. How about having two YOU so that one can work diligently at office giving reports to your boss and the other can lend roses to your loved ones sipping a hot cuppa :)

But life is truly interesting only without these things. The moments we long to get back those wonderful days, the little unpredictable surprises, sailing through tough times thinking this too shall pass, having great confusions on sacrificing one for the other etc., life is just truly worth it.

16 comments:

--- BhAgYa VaSu --- said...

Your imagination is too good. The best part was the 'two you'. Lol :D

And I do have to accept with your last para!

KP said...

U have just echoed most people's untold wishes! :)

Saru Singhal said...

Now, this post will help me get over your coffee post:) I would love to fly:) Beautiful, eases your nerves and brings a smile on your face:)

Anand said...

@BhAgYa VaSu: Thank you very much :) Even i liked the 'two you' part much when i was writing it!!

Anand said...

@KP: Thanks Krishna Priya :)

Anand said...

@Saru Singhal: Thanksss Saruu!! I mentioned a hot cuppa in this post and was thinking of you when I wrote it :)

Spicy Sweet said...

Agreed Agreed Agreed.
The last paragraph has the final punch effect.
Start thinking of writing a book on how to lead a happy life.
You have wonderful tips!

Nasnin Nasser said...

This flight of imagination is the reflection of many people's mind and so it touches deeply...it is said that we understand the value of things only when we are aware of the ephemerality of life...and it's very ironic...longings will be there only because of the impossibility of going back! Thoughts well conveyed!

Anand said...

@Spicy Sweet: Thank youu veryy much Sahana!! So glad to hear this from a great story teller :)

Anand said...

@Nasnin Nasser: Agree with you... we value things only if we know that it lasts for a brief time... But there may be some exceptions to it. Thanks for the comment :)

Anagha Veeranarayanan said...

It is totally awesome........ wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww....v expressive.....

Anand said...

@Anagha Veeranarayanan: Thank youu veryyy much Anagha :)

Little Heart said...

Expressed well :-) ..

Ashwini said...

Very well expressed. Luved to read it. :)

Anand said...

@Little Heart: Thank you :)

@Ashwini: Thanks; Glad you liked it :)

Creative Space said...

Very sweet:))Liked it too much

Saranya

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