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Random sunday afternoons November 12, 2006

Posted by Sharath Rao in contemplation, rant.
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Quoting from a recent mail to a friend :

I dont know…on a completely unrelated note, there are a million things running in my mind…million questions/thoughts or mutinies as Naipaul would put it …only if had a million hours of nothingness to write/speak/blog about these …And on a even more unrelated note, I wonder sometimes some things may never come to the fore/written/painted/drawn/built just because there is a lot to do on a damn sunday afternoon !!

I recognize that was rather impulsive ; for the naivete is in assuming that if you knew something really important would happen by not working on a Sunday afternoon, you wouldnt be doing it.

Ironically, Sunday afternoons are the most stressful part of the week. When you have taken it easy late Friday and soft-peddled work much and most of Saturday, you wake up on a Sunday morning to realize what was pending over the weekend should happen that day. My only identity then is that of (an overworked) graduate student.

But nothing is as bad or as good as it seems or is made out to be. And so to turn coat again, its probably not at all that when on Friday evenings you feel :

One day you will see that it all has finally come together. What you have always wished for has finally come to be. You will look back and laugh at what has passed and you will ask yourself… ‘How did I get through all of that?

Yeah man, sometimes I crib. 😉

( Thanks to Natasha for the quote by the way )

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1. aquarianalien - November 12, 2006

Gosh Sunday Afternoon /Evening Blues… tell me about it!! A two day Weekend is tooo Short 🙂 😛

2. Sharath Rao - November 12, 2006

You are not alone 🙂


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