Not all of us find situations which potentially become the truest examples of old idioms, statements or lessons we heard as a child.
“Someday, something will happen which will force you to believe. What happens is irrelevant and what you believe in isn’t important, what matters is that you will believe.”
These words were spoken by a certain father figure when I was a kid and I proclaimed my disbelief for all things worth believing in; horoscopes, religion and everything in between and around.
As you grow up in this absurd country of myriad problems and a very weird general behaviour, you’re bound to come across the usual, “India sucks because ____ .” and when you’re young, a teenager perhaps, you might start pointing each one of these problems on your blog and your friends will start loving you for that.
Over the last month or so, I’ve been imparted a few words of wisdom by a few friends, family members and situations and now that this post is almost a year old, I think it’s about time I started applying whatever was in my mind when I wrote that I’ll be heading to a new direction.