Thursday, January 29, 2009


We come across so many people in our life everyday. We meet people in offices, online, sometimes in unusual ways.

We never assume a person to be bad or harmful in the first meet. Supposedly, if the person is one whom you got to meet with a reference we just blindly believe him/her and make a first impression.

Somehow, I never make first impressions and I recommend people too, to change the habit of it, especially online. A girl/guy whom you met on internet may be sweet, cute and talks like an angel. Don’t be judgmental right away. Take some time and unless someone in your peer group know him/her by face never trust them for what they say they are.

I had lot of fun yesterday playing a prank in an online forum group. Of course another friend of mine helped me to cook up a story that I’m not the girl he assumed and I am quite old and lured him to meet me in person and looted his money. We wanted to keep the name a secret for sometime.

The reaction was quite funny. People who were so sure of the girl they know for years couldn’t have been a fake. They were suddenly shaken. They didn’t want to believe but somewhere in their mind they are scared. They advised my friend to give a complaint in police and were thanking my friend for coming out with the ‘real’ story.

It was humorous but people can learn a lesson or two from this. Take some time to place trust. By the way don’t give your phone numbers and you important information right away to a stranger.

Trust’ is not just a word. Make sure you are using it on a right person so that you will not fall into any kind of problems.

P.S: I met a guy online few years ago and I got married to him and have no regrets for the decision.☺☺☺

Friday, January 23, 2009


Ishq ke charche bahut hain,
Husn ke parche bahut hain,
Hum ne bhi dekh liya ishq karke,
Par kambakht ishq me kharche bahut hai!!

So I got this shayeri from Airtel updates. I loved it. So what is it all about us long for in life?

Everyone wants to experience ‘love’ (I’m only talking about boy-girl love here). They need that eternal experience. And when someone really feels it they know it also comes with some sweet pain and few of them are happy about the pain and a few suffer the pain.

I have a few friends who fell in love, got married to their sweethearts and enjoying fruitful life. And few crib that they choose a wrong guy/girl as partner and wish they were never married. Few people whom I got to know socially (groups, online forums) have openly said they don’t want love or marriage in their life. And mostly these are people who have to deny desire for love as they cannot attain. This means they too long for it but wouldn’t admit it.

I have a friend who is stressed out as the girl he is in love with (She too likes him) is unable to take a stand for him as she is too scared to talk about it to her parents. And it is understandable as she might have got such circumstances at her place which might not allow her to go against her parents. Both of them want to be with each other and get married. And it is highly impossible.

It is easy for outsiders like us to give advices and suggestions but ultimately it is them to decide what matters most. And it is painful for both to part ways, but the only good thing is they always will have respect for each other in their life and would have no bitterness about the relationship in future.

My close friend is getting married soon. It is a kind of arranged match by parents. I can see that she is already attached to the guy within weeks of meeting him. I’m sure she might be asking her self - Is this love?

And yes it is, though she might not openly admit. Love and marriage are two different things. But if you are marrying your love or loving the person after your marriage is one and the same and it is a rewarding experience.

So, all I can suggest is go for it rather than passing sour statements on love and marriage. Remember rose has thorns. And do let me know about the experience. I’m waiting ☺