When Inspiration strikes..

..and then when I met her, I gave her the warmest hug and kissed her. If passion could be shown in a 1 minute clip, this had to be it. It was hungry, it was slow, it was passionate, it felt so natural it seemed so right ..and it lasted for one whole minute, that was 60 seconds of an out-of-this-world experience. It didn’t even matter that they were standing in front of a church entrance

But wait! He doesn’t do that kind of thing! At least not until now, he hadn’t.

Was he just caught in the moment? She knew he always had strong feelings for her and probably seeing her after a really long time, triggered in him, a way to express it in some way to her.

It was not like they were lovers or anything, best friends at best..that kiss however had changed that equation a bit or a lot- you’d think.

It would have to be the longest 2 minutes post-kiss, both of them not really sure how to react to what had just transpired between them. It was clear that he had feelings for her, but did she have the same for him too? The fact that she went ahead with the kiss, would suggest that.. but then again she wasn’t one to pull out of a kiss if initiated – who even does that nowadays?

“Ice-cream?” he finally said something. He thought she’d like that and besides he had read somewhere that ‘kissing makes one hungry’. To be fair, it wasn’t the longest kiss..but then there’s never a wrong time for Ice cream..is there!?

A fleeting thought, a memory flash.. Sometimes one person, one moment is enough to act as an inspiration to come up with a few lines.

You never know when Inspiration will strike..and when it happens, there’s nothing quite like the rush of finding the flow..

There’s always a book..

Lately, I was told by a friend to read this book “Who Moved My Cheese”, by the name itself I knew it was some kind of self-help/inspirational book to help me understand myself/situation better.

Yes, I have heard the name of this book, I might have seen it too.. but never actually found the name exciting enough to buy it, but here I was told “I should read it”

modal verb: should
  1. used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness

Really!?..and what am I supposed to get out of it? Some success story of some person, to be applied to my life and seemingly I will get the answers I’m looking for!? What CRAP! I hate these kind of books – NEVER EVER tell me to read a book like that.

However, this book.. I think I will go ahead and read, considering the person who told me to, for whatever “so called value” it may bring into my life.

Isn’t it weird, when you want to talk to someone, just like to share stuff..and this person goes on to tell you..

“You know what, you should read this book…” or go meet this person or listen to this song or whatever else they can come up with. People aren’t always looking for instant solutions, sometimes they just need a listening ear.

The only ‘instant’ I like are Maggi noodles and coffee, nothing else.


Btw, below is the movie version of the book, if you’ve not read the book as yet.