I thought it was one of those soul-searching moments, where one can get too philosophical. I was thinking of all those great sayings about living a desire free yet happy life, having no expectations etc. And then I concluded I was just too sleepy, or may be that Bhagavad Gita conversation I had was acting upon me for a while.
Seriously, if we didn’t have any desires, how would we be humans? We might as well be a book or a table. Okay, that was a bad analogy. Not really.
I’d rather change the topic. I don’t want to get thoughtful now. Also I don’t want a desire free life. See, even here I’m talking about wanting. I’m a born-human with dreams, desires, etc. So I guess I’m meant to be that way. Not Saintly or Sadhu-ly.
Wait, didn’t I say I’d change the topic?
You know what’s one of the most luxurious things? To listen to music. With lyrics of course. And what’s one of the hardest things? To have to pee once you comfort yourself on the bed, with a cozy blanket wrapped around.
And guess what? This is that confusing moment when you don’t know if you should focus on writing, music, or sleeping. I’m already half asleep. The awake part of me is trying to write something, while singing all that’s playing in my ears. Multitasking? Not. Things like these happen because of I’m-a-superwoman assumptions. Did I say assumptions? Ah never mind.
By the way I don’t understand these lyrics - And in another life I would be your girl. I don’t think we’ll be reborn with same emotions in every life, just in case we get to experience multiple births. Also, we can’t exploit this rebirth mechanism to postpone or expect things to happen leisurely in various lives. Silly! Or did Katy Perry take Bollywood’s janam janam ka pyaar too seriously?
Okay now, good night. Don’t mind the abrupt end.
- More-than-half-asleep me!