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A Wonderful Sunday…

November 14, 2012

Different days of week bring different kind of feelings. Our evolutionary mechanism has this effect as well on the way of our thinking (off-course apart from our overall behavioural outlook). Studies have shown particular days of week people feel more elated than other; Saturdays claiming the top spot on the list.

I have also my personal favourite. Sunday. A special Sunday.

A relaxed Sunday.

With The Hindu’s Literary Review in hand. And The Hindu’s Sunday Magazine.

An exciting book I am reading and now at an exciting stage (like “The God Delusion” by Richard Hawkins or Ben Okri’s “The Famished Road” or Salman Rushdie’s “Joseph Anton”).

A wonderful video that I have downloaded and I have to watch.

Something wonderful in Television, some movie, some television programme.

I am wondering what to do first and what next. Which one to catch up with and which one to let go.

Don’t you think it’s wonderful to be busy with things you love doing rather than mundane of life. Life was never mundane; we always take pains in making it as mundane as it can be. By trying our best by planning to avoid whatever uncertainties life throws at us. And when our planning fails we become depressed instead of seeing the beauty of life behind all this.

On these Sundays I feel how far we have driven ourselves from ourselves. We don’t have time for ourselves and when we have some time, we are afraid of confronting our real selves, the bleak darkness within. Escapism sometimes becomes the order of the day…

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