Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Crossroads

Let the PM wait; let the Bharat Darshan Chronicles wait. And let every agenda on my blog’s list wait. At present I just want to be myself. This is the time when I wish to sit and watch things passing by…… on the lanes of memory.

Before you are more perplexed by my incoherent musings, I must tell you the cause. My stint in Mussoorie is over. It was more that 9 months of LBSNAA, it was more than 9 months of ‘training’; and wasn’t it yesterday that I was preparing to go there.

The life there was good, the life there was life. I never noticed that I liked it, and I never noticed I was attached. But today I miss it all.

I miss you my friends when I loved you. I miss that too when I hated you all. Perhaps I never cared for you; or perhaps I was too shy to admit so. There were lives made, there were lives pined for. And I was honored, every time you shared that small secret with me.

Lest I forget; though I never will; I admit that I loved that coffee machine, I loved that lounge. And lest I forget; though I never will; I loved those two friends too, whom I pierced from my bouts of wise cracks.

There are things that stay there, as we move on in life; the clouds, the cold, the mountains and the ‘exhilarating’ horse riding (pun intended only for one who will get it). And now we will see the heat of the districts.

Coming out from this poetry mode, I must also tell you that I am going to do my district training in Bankura district of West Bengal. So if you see the inactivity on my blog, blame it on poor internet connectivity in interior districts.

Turbulence in life will also increase from the event that’s going to be in July. I know the consequences of using the word turbulence knowing that she will read this sooner or later, but can’t resist my humor though. I am getting married then.

12 comments:

sanjeev said...

Hi Anurag,

All the best for your future.

adarsh singh said...

Hmph...not bad, must say.

Saagar said...

Good luck Anurag, especially in the initial phase of turbulence in your life. I hope would be Mrs. S wouldn't mind a little humor once in a while especially when it has a realistic touch that has been tried and tested :)

Ashish said...

Hi Anurag,

All the best for ur district training and best wishes for a 'turbulence-free' happy married life...!! :)

Regards
Ashish

Hari said...

Hi Anurag,

Don't worry.

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. :)

CrEaTiVe WrItEr said...

Happy married life! Happy working out in the district.Do keep your district experiences posted............
and, please dont forget the chronicles!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
It's very difficult to say "Good bye" but remember , more "Hellos" are waiting for you.

Good luck !

Regards,
Ravi

Shailesh said...

Wonderful!!

Really past is always so beautiful.

So this training has taught u to be proactive that u are expecting a "turbulent" way ahead. But u will surely make it turbulence free with ur humour. All the best for beautiful life ahead.

Anurag Srivastava said...

Thank you all for your wihes. I am looking forward to my dictrict training, and turbulence too :)

Prabha said...

Congrats Anurag! Thats really nice.
Btw, one question though... How much dowry r u taking from her? I just hope 'NONE'! Wish u good luck and a happy married life.

Pilani Pictures said...

All the best Bankura!

Cosmic Voices said...

My best wishes to you and my prayers for the people of Bankura.... ;-)