She used to write Him,
He used to read.
And this way two friends used to communicate.. 🙂
She told Him, “You’re enough”.
Yet She told Him, “Not for Her”.
Merry Christmas 🎋 & Happy New Year ❤
Hardest thing about goodbye is,
all the things you didn’t say.. 😐
So, during the transit today, I heard a song blasting out of the earphones of a girl(with a thoughtful smile) standing at a stretch away. With a feeling that I have heard the song before, I quickly searched and found that the song is named “Open Book” and is from an album called TV Dinners of Mikey McCleary. I first heard this song during a TV add-break. I remember the song was used in a Mobile Network advertisement which impart ‘Moments of life are made for sharing’.
The add shows how life changes for a girl after the breakup. The video is short, just 00:46 seconds long. I hope you’ll like it. ❤
The lyric are as,
I guess my life’s an open book
Anyone can take a look
No secrets here, to hide
This is just me
Holidays that come and go
Feelings change, people grow
And all I know is
I like being free
Da, Da, Da
I’ll be fine
This is me now
But I could change
So, She had..
1623 friends on Facebook,
1098 followers on Twitter,
and about 726 WhatsApp contacts.
Yet, only one waited outside the ICU.
The one She had unfriended and blocked. 😐
“If cricket is a Religion in India then Sachin is a God”.
Cricket, one of the sport in India which is much much greater than its National Sport Hockey. The fever of cricket in India is more viral than any other sports. A nation whose population is more than 1.2 billion is fond of cricket & its cricketers. It was not so when India lifted the World Cup in 1983. Time has changed and the love towards cricket has increased enormously.
Sudhir Kumar Choudhary is a fan of Indian Cricket Team and Sachin Tendulkar. He is hard to miss whenever India play any match, with his body covered in paint emphasizing the tri-colour. His devotion to the national side is well known, and courtesy the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, he has tickets to all the venues at which the Men in Blue play. He also has the distinction of lifting the World Cup trophy along with the great man himself.
Sudhir’s passion is such that he does not have a regular source of income. Reliance Life Insurance has come up with a campaign to support him. The company’s Facebook page states, “For us, he is an embodiment of everything that comes in the way of planning for one’s future. And that’s why we have taken up Sudhir’s cause and want to help him secure his future with a regular income. After all, retirement is definitive and needs planning before it becomes a shock.”
The reason why India is a cricket-crazy nation is because of this 31-year old, who left his job at a milk company to pursue his passion. He brings the crowd alive with waving of the tri colour and represents the spirit of the die-hard lover of the game. Sudhir was once thrashed by Kanpur Police because he was shaking hands with Sachin. Later the police men apologized after Sachin’s intervention. Sudhir has decided not to marry and be single and cheer Men in blue wherever they play.
“Beyond All Boundaries” is a documentary, it also has a short story of Sudhir & two young cricketers Prithvi Shaw & Akshaya Surve.
Sudhir has cycled from Bihar to Bangladesh thrice (around 12,000 miles) just to watch a Cricket match.
On 16 November 2014, Sachin retired from cricket and sudhir was shell shocked when he heard this news. We all can understand that feeling, “Sachin taking retirement!!”. Sudhir painted “Miss you Tendulkar” on his chest in Sachin’s last test match. Sudhir started crying when Tendulkar made his way to the dressing room for the last time. “Cricket is like oxygen for Sachin sir and I am sure he will comeback in some other capacity to serve the game. I am waiting for that day and will continue to cheer him” Sudhir said after Sachin’s retirement from International Cricket.
Not only Sudhir but there are many Indian’s who are big fan of cricket & its god Sachin. Cricket will always be close to hearts of Indian’s and it will always unite people. Cricket can be a bridge and a glue for peace among people.
“I don’t Like cricket, I Love cricket”