Anonymity, freedom and comments
Its a pleasent night here. Its almost a full moon, a cool breeze is flowing like the music of 'Desert Rose', which is currently on my hi-fi. The atmosphere is having a unique silent, subdued ambience, just perfect to relax. I am in my favourite place, ie our own private open terrace. It seems so subtle, so much chilled out. Preety much at peace and harmony..
But, somewhere from within, I am not in my usual mood. I am little serious. I am trying to just analyse certain things that have occured past week. No, it is not my way of pondering, thinking, researching things, but, I have realized that whatever I am trying to preach about freedom, peace, harmony is in reality, an attempt to just try softening the hard reality - a reality that tells me - "I am not free".
I am little out of box because this week two things made me upset - my submissions and a few anonymos dogs disturbing the freedom ambience of my blogs.
Basically dear readers, I am really thankful to you, Your comments, your mails, your calls. everytime they motivated me to try my best in every little bit whatever I do.
Even since agneya2.blogspot.com has seen the daylight (3 Jan 2006), I have been receiving useful suggesstions from many of you. I am happy for it.
A couple of days ago, I received a comment on "What happened to my Pune".
I was curious, and I read that comment, and surprise, I found that I had got a coward asshole m**********r visiting my site from somewhere 220.127.116.11
I think that this assholistic guy should repair his faulty brain and visit a good psychologist.
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The First tones of Freedom
Harshad JoshiHmm, so, what do you get from it?
Freedom is every man's desire and wish. I will discuss it later, but until then, bye and goodnight world.