Sunday, January 16, 2011

Music comes to my rescue all the time

I thought I had written a post about how the one thing that puts me off about people is when they pass judgments about somebody they have absolutely no idea about. Like seriously!
But, I realise I haven't. Nonetheless, that statement is kind of self explanatory.

So yeah, coming back to what I had in mind last night...
You must have knowledge about local trains no matter what!
And I mean each word typed above. I am a regular local bus traveler and therefore, I do have some knowledge about buses as to which number would go from where to where maybe. I am not a local train traveler. But, there can be times when you have to travel alone in a train at a peak hour and mind you, you have travelled alone earlier but its been long. And now, you don't seem to remember how to go about it. You figure out which train you have to get onto after questioning people. You're all fine and settled in your head, until, the train comes infront of you and you realise there isn't a female compartment in that train! You're lost again. You don't know what to do. You see the ladies' faces all confused too just like the way you are. And, you see two of them running and getting onto the general compartment! You don't know what to do. And by the time you realise what to.. the train starts to move and for some weird ran after those two females as well! The train has started to move and just when its about to catch speed.. you climb onto it! Why is the question and I have absolutely no idea.

Train experiences always teach you a lesson. In some or the other manner. After sitting down in it, for some weird reason..I could relate to the rush that one goes through/experiences and realises what was right and what wasn't at a point of time. Maybe I shouldn't have gotten onto that train but I did. And maybe I was meant to. It's not really about getting onto a train or not. It's about asking yourself if I took the right decision at that point of time or not. Even a small decision like that. Or was it even a decision at all? Or it was just a moment of rush and it made me work like that?

Sometimes there are lot of baseless unanswered questions in your head. You should just tell them to stay where they are and probably bury them in some corner of your head by listening to abnormally loud music. It helps me at least.

I am tired about figuring out who cares and who doesn't, and I'm done being the first one to take the initiative and making efforts thinking it's okay, he/she might have forgotten. I'm sick now.
*sigh. It gets irritating at some point of time when you have expressed yourself to the best capacity you could and the person might not even be remotely indifferent to your behaviour but totally behaves like he/she is, and doesn't even do anything to prove that it's the former case here and that it's all good.

And, awesome songs :)
- The Life by Hinder
- The Show Goes On by Lupe Fiasco
- What The Hell by Avril Lavigne
- Love The Way You Lie (Part 2) : Rihanna and Eminem
- Dynamite by Taio Cruz
- Impossible by Shontelle
- Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars
- No Surprises by Radiohead.

And to end with two quotes,
"Destiny is what you are supposed to do in life. Fate is what kicks you in the ass to make you do it."

"I know you believe you understand what I said, but I am not sure you realise that what you heard is not what I meant."

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