Thursday, October 22, 2009


Yesterday while having dinner, I watched ending part of this movie Hitch. It was a good romantic comedy, Will Smith delivering some interesting dialogs.

A dialog goes like this "Never lie, steal, cheat, or drink. But if you must lie, lie in the arms of the one you love. If you must steal, steal away from bad company. If you must cheat, cheat death. And if you must drink, drink in the moments that take your breath away."
It sounded cool, though the drinking part may not be applicable for teetotalers.

Today, I happen to watch this movie Partner, immediately I thought it looked familiar. Bingo, it is remake of Hitch, that I watched just a day before. But Hollywood version had a purpose which was lacking in Bollywood counterpart. I think David Dhavan got confused between comedy and romance, and neither of them are at right place.
Anyway, I am not a film critic, but what a coincidence. Two days same movie ending in two languages!!!

Joy of doing things!!!

Hello friends, thanks for your suggestions to my previous post on my stoicism. I think I have found a solution for it. Or at least I am feeling better now.

What I found is, the subtle difference between doing things right away and procrastinating will have a big impact on the end result. Often times, I procrastinate many things thinking I could do them any time. In fact, I would never do them at all. As such "to do" things keep adding into the queue, many things slip away and remain undone.
By the time I realize, lot of things would have changed. I feel guilty for my act and start worrying about it, and finally end up not doing anything at all.

So what I have decided is, if I don't do it now, I am not going to do it at all. It is either do it or forget it. There is no scope for repenting. Just burn the bridges and move on...