Thursday, July 24, 2008

A Gateway to Movies, Music and software!!!

I am enjoying those lucky days when I get my hands on every movie in original DVD format within 3-4 days of its release … Yesss!! You can presume I have filmy contacts ;o) (crazy filmy friends who breadth and eat films … he he)…

I wanted to know HOW on this earth can they get the movies and I can’t…. I know I was being greedy and my heart even told me “Tu aam kha -- gutali mat geen” … But then, I just couldn’t stop myself from googling …

Ah!! My search ended today (after 2 days) - Finally I achieved nirvana!!! I just downloaded a complete Movie :D. I can now download latest movies, games, songs, software, videos and many more interesting things!!

Conclusion - It isn’t a bad thing to be desirous for more and more. You learn a lot with excessive desire to acquire or possess more!! Some call it greed… but who cares

O god there’s so much to learn – I hope I have many more years until my brain says – No more space!!!

Hmmm… I also believe in sharing knowledge… but as I know (it’s a normal tendency) -- if you will get all information easily you will not appreciate the way you will, when you work hard to achieve it…. So below are three clues to reach "A Gateway to Movies, Music and software!!!faster…"

Clue 1 – Torrents
Clue 2 – Seeds
Clue 3 – Peers

I know all the three clues makes you blank… but once you find the meaning you will realize “How close to truth I left you all” :)

P.S: for all those who already know the secret, request you all to keep your MouthShut :P

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Funny one-Liners on vehicles

  • Thinking is Solution, but over thinking is Pollution.
  • Insured by Mafia – U hit me -- I hit you harder.
  • Yes this is my Papas road (he is a regular tax payer)
  • Born with a GIFT of death.
  • If you don’t like my driving – Take a left and go to hell.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Art of Living!!!

I was born free of thoughts.

Was happy living like everyone else… no one taught me how to live and I never gave a thought to living. I assumed the art of living was that I was living…

My life like anyone else’s life was filled with ups and downs – tensions and no tension times – good times and bad times. I used to be bored easily with nothing to do. Did not know how to spend time with myself. Not sure if I knew how to be happy with whatever I have, had no opinion on anything which would affect my life (or anyone’s life)? Infect I was scared to give any opinion. Hardly knew what I want from life and what my purpose of living is.

And all of the sudden I was made to realize I have grown up. I was responsible for what I say. I was expected to give opinion on things and expected to say right thing at the right time. I was still the same and was living.

Finally I thought of taking control of my life and decided to join the ‘Art of Living - foundation course’ (Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s) between 17June2008 to 22June2008. The course spread over the course of 2 hours each for 6 days gives you nothing (according to me) but how to relax your body after making it soo tired that for sure you will need nothing but a few minutes of rest. Getting up early morning at 5am was enough reason to not go to the class, but still I pushed my limits to open my eyes and reach the class. Definitely after the class I used to feel more relaxed for a few hours, but I don’t know if the class really helped me with anything – due to lack of sleep I was always in the zombie state, annoyed at the slightest buzz and would loose my patience at anyone near me. Finally the class was over and I was relived that I could sleep.

For four days after my course was over my alarm buzzed every day at 6am and highly motivated (to learn the art of living) I used to get up and perform the ‘Art of Living’ courses gyan (Asana and exercises). On the fifth day the bug of laziness bit me again – I switched off the alarm and went back to my pleasurable sleep. Since then daily I am marking the recurring alarm not to ring the next day ;) – I guess by now the entire week is marked without alarm.

Don’t know if I learned anything different from the gyan which my parents, teachers, elders and everyone around used to teach me when I was young. Nor do I have answers to any of my queries with which my brains were disturbed from its lazy state before joining the course, but definitely I learned - 'Once we are lazy – we are always lazy. ' Not that I am planning to change this opinion!!

Anyways life goes on and I am still living … so I guess thats what is Art of Living.