“Those who laugh at your failure are same people who secretly cry at your success.”
Was going through old stuff and realized how crazy I used to be for paintings & drawings. I’ve decided to spend my spare time in drawing instead of spending extra time on social media. Here’s the one I created yesterday.
Sometimes, you want to do some stuff so badly but don’t put it on your bucket list thinking that it is impossible to achieve. I have always been a great fan of Arnab Goswami. And like majority of Indians, it was a dream to share screen with the journalist. My open letter to Hardik Patel on Patidar Anamat Andolan went viral, reached to Arnab Goswami and boom! He invited me as one of the panellists of his popular debate show Newshour on Times Now.
Co-panellists on the debate were way too experienced and elder than me. So I couldn’t interrupt them during the debate. Hence I could raise only one point during the debate. But I am glad that Arnab Goswami closed the debate on the one point that I mentioned in the debate. It is certainly an achievement for me. Here is a glimpse from the Newshour debate I participated in.
“The day you will stop following the world, the world will start following you.”
Rain didn’t stop for hours and so, we decided to take a break. We, team Lysung Ventures drove to Dumas. Hung out on the beach for a while and then had Tomato-bhajiyas at Lashkari. We even tried taking selfies at the Bhutiya Haveli by breaking the security. But eventually, we had to run out of the place or watchmen would have caught us. LOL 😛 It was one of the best days.
The last I posted on my blog was on 3rd January; which is almost five months back. I couldn’t take out time to write blogs since last few months. I have been busy dealing with clients, getting new ones, team interviews, events in BuddyBits and lot of other things. Anyway, firstly I have some good news to share.Continue Reading
Before posting resolutions of new year 2015, I would like to draw some lights on my resolution of 2014. In very first post of my blog, I posted resolution of year 2014. Have a look.
- No criticism.
- Will spend more time doing what I love.
- Will spend more time with nature and art.
- Will try to make a difference in society.
- Will try to maintain a personal blog.
- And most important, will try to lose some weight.
Now let see how many of the above I followed through out the year.Continue Reading
[Note: Strictly for Bigg Boss viewers.]
As you might have read my article on BuddyBits- 10 Reasons Why Bigg Boss 8 is a Scripted Reality Show, I strongly believe that the show and Salman Khan are totally biased this season. I am following the show since last few seasons. I keep waiting for the show like all crazy fans entire year. But this season of the show has changed my views and has made me hate the show! Eight season of the show is totally biased towards Gautam Gulati (most irritating contestant in the history of Bigg Boss, immature, dumb, footage artist, arrogant, abusive and what not). The show is openly favouring him and his friends (Puneet, Pritam, Praneet) on the show. And the calm ones are always targeted by biased host Salman Khan & the show makers. All calm and positive contestants are out of the show. Minissha, Renee, Sushant, Sukirti, Nigaar and more.
Karishma Tanna and Upen Patel is being bashed on the show every weekend by host Salman Khan unnecessarily. First I would like to tell you why I support them.Continue Reading
Never ignore someone who cares for you because someday you’ll realize you’ve lost a diamond while you were busy collecting stones.
I am starting my new blog with this quote as thoughts in this blog revolve around the quote. Yesterday evening I got a message from my old friend. She pinged me because she read our past conversation in her phone. She reminded me how we used to exchange our philosophy about life. And when I didn’t believe her she sent me the snapshot. I went back in the past immediately and recalled all our memories. I used to be so happy and positive about everything in life back then. I guess I hadn’t tasted the real taste of life then. It happened two years back. Last two years have completely changed me. Loosing friends, shifting back to Surat, all new business & it’s consequences; so many things have been happening since last two years that I have lost my that side in the process. Now I neither can be positive nor happy about everything. I have started understanding life since last two years. I think I went off the track. Let’s come back to the quote. So after my conversation with her, I thought a lot at night. What changed me? Why am I not letting anyone close? Why all of the negativity? And I got all my answers while wondering last night.
I feel I have always dissatisfied with relations. I think I am investing my 100% in a relationship but not getting even half in return. I have always made my close friends priority, but have always felt lonely when I needed them the most. While talking to my old friend yesterday, I realized I was always collecting stones. And I kept missing diamonds. I felt I made friends with wrong people. I felt I was friend with those who don’t even understand meaning of friendship. And then I thought about all the diamonds I lost in the process. There are many of them. There are few I thought I would never be good friend with are still with me. And few I wanted for life are not part of my life anymore! So yesterday I learnt my lesson.
I again want to be a that guy who used to smile even when getting punished in college. I again want to be that guy who would do anything to make someone smile. I again want to be that guy who used to share deep meaningful conversation with friends. That guy was the best!
I hope that guy will return soon. He will return, as I have promised my friend that he would return soon. At the end, I would love to suggest you not to loose diamonds while collecting stones. 🙂