Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Moving On by Jaya Jha

Relationships to me are complex jigsaw puzzles, codes very difficult to decipher!!

I am fond of reading articles and books on relationships. It helps me get an insight into this enigmatic world!!
Every story gives me the chance to penetrate another layer of this complex world.
One of my recent reads is ‘Moving On’ by Jaya Jha.


‘Moving on’ displays the writer’s articulate writing skills. With every page I read my penchant for the book increased. It just drew me with it!!

Not just the writing skill but the story itself is a brilliant master piece!!! It’s a deep look inside the world of relationships! The relationship of Smriti and Rohan illustrates that its not just love that makes a relationship work but keeping the faith in it and your partner takes you through the rough times!!!

Moving On, highlights that it doesn’t matter how hard life has been on you, it doesn’t matter how rancid your past was, it’s never too late to give it a fresh start! Their relationship suffered a lot of endurance but their strength lied in the trust they had on one another.

You would never know who you fall for and when. It wouldn’t necessarily be the one you had always dreamt of, it wouldn’t necessarily be the one who is like you! But once you are with that person, you would realize your differences unite and stand one.

Sometimes, you might not be able to understand the strange ways of life. But you should understand that if you truly love someone, don’t wait for an angel to move his magical wand to fix things up. Don’t avoid accepting the fact that someone is truly important to you. Don’t mourn over the past and spoil your present! Move on get your life get your love!

Most importantly when you have that love in your life respect it, nurture it and keep that faith and trust alive all the way ahead! J

They say "Love is weakest when there is more doubt than Trust but its the strongest when we learn to Trust inspite of the doubts!"

Saturday, 17 March 2012

Fun with a little Pain!! :) :(

If you ask me how my childhood was. I would say super fun. I just wanted to play, play and play all the time!!!
I was an active kid with energy at the brim always!!!
Today, when I see the kids playing it brings back my childhood memories! I wish if I could be a small kid again and give myself the liberty to enjoy life everyday. Video games, Monopoly, Cricket, Hide and Seek, 7 Marbels and what not!!!

Today's day started off with a very positive meeting - discussing the curriculum and syllabus for YIF -Young Innovator's Foundation (the NGO I work with on the weekends) and the afternoon teaching the tribal kids in National Park. 
When I was returning back home, I saw a construction worker's kid playing Langdi and I just couldn't resist! Although I started of quite well but as the level of complexity increased I realized I wasn't that kid to handle the hops and jumps. At the end, the weight of my body was too much to handle and I fell hurting my toe!!

the boxes you make with chalk

                              The cute little girl who brushed my skills again and allowed me to play along with her.

                      She was so quick and good at the game that I was keen to give it a try and do well too!!

Finally I came back with a broken toe!!

I am going to keep trying till I master the game. Because there is no gain without any pain!!!:)