It has been a long hiatus. I haven’t written anything in about a week now. In fact, I have written nothing of importance since the Nadeem-Shravan post. I must come back soon.
Times have been tough. My PC was not working in between too. I had uninstalled some important files erroneously. It’s working now, but the mouse is still erratic; sometimes it will work, sometimes it will not!
The only thing worth to say happened in between is I watched Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara last week. I couldn’t catch it in theaters and was looking for a DVD for a long while. Finally, I found the DVD in my home only. I had never noticed it before.
I liked the movie. In fact, I must say loved. I had got two extreme opposite reviews about this movie: Master had told me it’s a must watch, Kailash told me that he had left the movie halfway from the theater. I chose to go with Master’s word, and I am happy. Also, a colleague of mine was insistent for me to watch this movie, and it was finally because of him that I watched it. It was really a wonderful movie, I must thank the guys who recommended it. Nothing had moved me this much after the Life in a Metro… watched earlier this year.
It has been a tough time for the last few days. It was meant to be such. I must move ahead. There are a lot many tougher times ahead. If I must go towards happiness across everything, I must go with least pain. I must take care of my self, because if there is no me, there is nothing.
P.S. I gave this post the title Asrar e khudi after completing the post. I had never thought it as I was writing. Asrar e khudi is a famous Persian poem by Muhammad Iqbal. One of the greatest work of Iqbal, Asrar e khudi literally means Secrets of Self. May be this title came to my mind because of the last paragraph. See you soon 🙂