Thursday, August 5, 2010

For the last few days, I've been feeling very restless. It's a strange feeling, where I've so much on my mind, so much that I want to say, but no one in particular that I want to say it to. So what do I do ? I blog :)

It's been a long time since I last blogged, but that's mainly because I had nothing to say. But today's different. Today's post is about nothing in general, but I'm hoping that one thing will lead to another, and maybe you'll be seeing another post in a few days, if you do visit this blog.

Recently, I've made many new acquaintances, and I've been left with many strange memories. I use the word strange because the behaviours of these individuals leave me with a lot to think about, such as why people behave in such manners , what do they aim to gain from such behaviours ? I'm afraid to use names, as its a public blog and I may just have a million stalkers for all I know :p.

On a whole separate note, I was watching Dil Chahta Hai last night and it got me thinking about the whole issue of friendship lasting over time.

Can friendship truly withstand the test of time. We get to know new people everyday, and for some of us, getting to know our new friends become more of a priority than keeping in touch with the old ones. People tend to take close friendships for granted. I've seen many a friendship wither. Of course it doesnt apply to everyone, but it's bound to happen in many cases. Yet, we are so engrossed with our new group of friends that we fail to realise that we've drifted apart from our old group of friends.

So should you attempt to salvage the situation if you see a friend drifiting apart from you ? I wouldnt. Because I feel that if the friend is meant to be a true friend, there wouldnt be the matter of drifting apart in the first place. Also, its rightly said that if something comes back to you after you let it go, then its always meant to be yours :)

But ultimately, the best and only policy in a friendship is honesty :)

And now, on a totally different note, I'm thankful.

I'm thankful for who I am today, a totally different person from who I was a few years ago. The Karan of 2002 who used to moan on this blog about exam results and failed love lives is still the same. I still moan about exam results and stuff, but yet, something's changed. I feel so much more in control of myself, so much more confident of who I am today. I feel proud that I am who I am, which I didnt feel before at all.

And even after ranting all these paragraphs, I still dont feel at ease pretty much. It's like there's a lot in me that's waiting to come out. I dont know if I'll blog again. I'm making no promises, but I have a strong feeling that I will :)