The Unspoken Truth
We met. For a moment, it felt like I was with someone who would not be just a friend. She would be my life partner. So, what should I tell her that describes me? What should I ask her that makes me understand her?
Let's title today as Stage 3.
Every day is routine. But, there are some days which do not seem usual. My last few days have felt like they were changing something fundamental in me — something that stayed constant for a long time. I have been fairly distant from the concept of companionship, finding peace in my own world of anime, stories, family, and lifestyle. It's a small fun world that I call my life, and I like to be the curator of it. So, what's different now? What is stage 3?
Love is in the air. I felt it today.
It's a state of mind that delights you. Sometimes, a memory triggers a rush of emotions towards someone. You find the need for their love, to hug them tight, be in their arms, next to them, and live like that's all that matters.
There are phases of everyone's life, where these emotions have much more meaning than anything else. The idea of being with someone completes you, gives a purpose to stay longer. Because it was lovely what we had before.
There are two kinds of situations - one in which you are the doer, and the other in which you are the observer. My experiences from last week have made me realize that there is a lot more to family than I thought. Here's a story that describes it.
And there you go. I'm back with another post. I spent two weeks without posting a blog post, and then I realized that this was a medium I wanted to continue.
I have closed my eyes, a subtle melody is playing in the background with my headphones on, I can sense my fingers touching the keyboard keys, as I type the words. I can sense the heat around my ears as I am wearing the headphones, I can feel the chill on my feet as it is approaching winters. In this moment, I'm alone, with myself, and in control.
I had my eyes closed, and was typing for a few minutes. Now, when I open my eyes, the page is blank! BLANK!
That's probably the disadvantage of not seeing what you are writing.
And here I was into the wild, thinking about you like I always wanted to.
And here I was right next to you, thinking about what to say next.
And here I was passing by, finding myself speechless when you were in front of me.
Not much to see here today.
I was occupied in meetings today. Actually, let me talk about a life lesson I had a few days ago. We are implementing Microsoft 365 in our company, which involves finding the right implementation partner that can support us (a company size of 1000 people). With that in mind, we connected with Microsoft to help us plan the implementation and ask for guidance on the procedure.
I have closed my eyes again and have now started typing.
Today's day was one of the challenging ones, in which the decision I took had an immediate impact on what was happening in the company. It was relatively a smaller one, but the impact passed on to show in the policies of the company.
Here you go. I've closed my eyes and I am starting to type a something I have never written before.
It's quite different if you think about it. Every single passage that you ever write is different. It's unique, in that you can really make a unique write-up, just by repeating the action. It's quite amazing how that happens.