Death seems like something so far away, we all know it is inevitable yet we have this vague confidence that it is not going to happen to us, not today, not anytime soon.
Mitch Albom said, “Death ends a life, not a relationship”. I didn’t quite understand it until now. This is a piece remembering my Grandfather. The greatest man I have ever known.
Read on if you like.
Reality might be hard to face and escaping it might seem like solace but it is important to distinguish between the two natures of escapism. You must have heard of ignorance is bliss but let’s try finding out what escapism is- ignorance or bliss? Ready to find out?
This was written for a friend when he wasn’t feeling like his best self.
Quarantine has it’s highs and lows. If you’re anything like me and feel uncertain about this whole situation, if you aren’t finding the strength to be super productive and just feeling a little lost in general, it’s okay. It’s tough to be very positive with so much going wrong all around but here’s to hoping that it gets better. Here’s to believing that every day is one day closer to things getting back to normal. Like everything ever, this too shall pass. Read on to remind yourself that you are magical and definitely stronger than the things in life that make you weak.
Since there is no existence of transtemporal time, all we have left with us is a bunch of memories, be it a snap, a memoir or music, all evocative of the bygone days. School is one such place which zealously preserves all of it and does reminisce us of blithely days. If there be any juxtaposition between school and college, for me school conspicuously has an upper hand!
This quarantine gives us a chance to travel back and revisit our past, the good old days of our childhood and lie the simple life we lived back then. But it is sad that w won’t be able to experience the most fun part of it all- watching cartoons. As awe reminisce those memories, let us get to now more about how cartoons evolved.