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  • Harshad Joshi 10:01 am on July 31, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ego, ,   

    The Ego and the flames 

    Ego is bad. Very bad. And when you find someone more egoistic then you, then its extremely hard to describe how badly it hurts. What exactly hurts is not known, but somewhere within, deep inside there is pain..lot of pain..words can describe it…but its real and it exists.

    I found  a new way to get over pain.

    1. I searched for all her conversations from the server. All the dialogs were intact on Gtalk, Gmail and Open Server.

    2. Brought a bundle of executive bond papers, the most expensive ones.

    3. Opened every conversation I had with her.

    4. Print was the command.

    5. Printing continued till the entire executive bond paper bundle became empty.

    6. Gathered all of them, and arranged them properly.

    7. Went on the terrace. Sprinkled some kerosene on it. 1 match stick was enough..

    8. As I watched the flames consuming the conversations I had with her, within my true self, something was feeling to be at peace. I think it was ego, maybe..

    9. Threw the matchbox in too…emptied the whole kerosene bottle..the eager flames were hungry for more..

    10. Felt much better. It was all over for me…One relation ended. I finally was at peace..The rage seemed pacified…

    I hope things will be normal now. Slowly, but surely, I will be back. I am not a slave of my ego, but I cant promise anything if it gets hurt.

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    • aqua gurl 3:49 am on August 1, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Good one, but i wish it was that easy.
      I hope things get better with you!!!
      Time is the strongest healer to such wounds, the most reliable!!!

    • Harshad Joshi 10:44 am on August 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @valencia

      Well..I guess it wasent easy afterwards..I had purchased those expensive papers for taking printouts of the stamp collection I found on flickr…Later Dad inquired about those pages, and I nonchalantly told him -‘I set them on fire’..He was stunned..!! I had to hear many things…I had to apologize to him. Probably he knows the real reason, he’s just waiting for me to confess it…I will speak it out to him soon…

      Till then, alls well…

    • Fari B 11:36 pm on August 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Ego is painful, you are so right. I had a big pain today, as my ego came up against my mothers. The worst thing about ego is that is implicitly hard to see in ourselves and easy to see in others. That is the nature of introspection, to reveal.

    • chirax 9:22 am on August 27, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Hmm… Ego is Good, Makes to stand up for yourself.

    • sunnysideofliving 6:59 pm on September 21, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Nope. Ego is not good at all….atleast not with loved ones.. Causes break ups of friends and lovers more than anything else.

  • Harshad Joshi 7:02 am on July 26, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Achievements, , , Yahoo! Answers   

    What is the greatest achievement of one’s life?? 

    Best Answer – Chosen by Voters

    The sense of achievement is different for various people
    Example
    1. For a mother – To hear the first word from her child
    2. For a father – The feeling of becoming a ‘father’
    3. For a Old person – When his great grand sons hugs him and says “How are you?”
    4. For a artist – The joy and thril in creating a master peice
    5. For 99% of us – Getting money, marry good looking girl we always like, keep mom and dad happy, bring up a child, help him to grow, expect good from him, and so on…..

    We can go for many pages, but I am feeling sleepy right now.

    Good night

    Before I sleep, a little prayer towards God.

    Oh God….
    Thank thee for the wonderful things that you gave me today.
    Thank thee for yet another beautiful day.
    Thank thee for showing me the right direction
    Thank thee for the beautiful moon and stars in the limitless sky..
    Thank thee for the first tones of Freedom…

    Bless me and my friends at Yahoo! Answers today.
    Help them to get the right solution to their answers
    Protect the Good…
    Help me to avoid the Bad…
    Good night God..
    Tommorow will be the light..
    A dream of dolphin…

    (Isent there too much of thee? 😉

    May you achieve whatever you desire in life, provided its going to be useful to mankind.
    Then, you might tell whats the greatest achievement of ones life..
    HariOm tatsat..

    Good night..

    • 2 years ago

    Source(s):

    At that time, I was hooked on to Yahoo! Answers, but now it seemingly looks boring..Now found a new toy – Twitter..
     
  • Harshad Joshi 8:27 am on July 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Beautiful face, Beauty, , Marathi Actress, Marathi Films, Modelling, Natrang, Sonalee Kulkarni, Sonali Kulkarni   

    Sonali Kulkarni – the new face in Indian modelling field 

    Sonali Kulkarni

    I saw her first at Zee Marathi Awards 2008. I searched Google/Yahoo/Flickr, but all that I got was Sonali Kulkarni, the arts film actress. Finally, after much search and much wait, I got hold of her pic. Next time someone searches for Sonali Kulkarni images, this picture should be displayed in the results. Lets see…Its good to know that she hails from Pune.Umm…thats cool.

    Hey Sonali, you rock. I wish you good luck for the future.

     
    • prashant 3:41 pm on September 18, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      i louve you sonali

    • Anitha 8:43 am on January 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Sonali,

      Hope u remember us (three sisters Kavitha, Savitha & Anitha) we used to stay in ‘C’ Type Quarters, Dehu Road, Pune. You all used to call my mother “Amma” & also come for tutions at our house.

      All the best to you, take care

      Anitha

    • Mukund G. Dabholkar 10:27 am on March 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I saw her in Tata indicom, Zee award & Marathi film, it’s a really having spicy, charming look… All the best for her better future

    • Mukund G. Dabholkar 10:30 am on March 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      When I was seaching Sonali Kulkarni pics in google, I tried a lot finally got very less pics one of the best is in this site. I want more more pics of sonali…

      pls forward to above mail id.

    • mangesh 10:46 am on March 31, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Tumche 2 movie mi pahilya.

      1. Bakula namdev gotale.
      2. aaba zindabad.

      Ajun kiti movie aahet tumchy?

      plz sanga….

    • mangesh 10:55 am on March 31, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Me Tumchy 2 Movie Pahily.

      1. Bakula Namdev Ghotale.
      2. Aaba Zindabad.

      Ajun Kiti Movie Aahet Tumchy?

      Plz Tell Me……….

    • pranil 11:41 am on April 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hey i love sonali
      anyone know somethin more abt her
      i.e her forthcomin movies or somthin like dat
      plz forward it to above mail

    • amit patel 7:50 am on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonali i sow

    • amit patel 7:54 am on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonali i saw you in Goshtha Lagna Nantarchi at Vasai i like your acting and you also. i ask suresh sali Production Manager about you i like your face i cant sleep proper after i saw you buy take care of your self i am your good wisher pls. take care of your self.
      i love you and miss you lot.

    • Harshad Joshi 8:07 am on June 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @Amit Patel

      hehehehe….. 😉 😛

    • sandeep 11:35 am on July 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      chhan kiti disate fulpakharu………….

    • CHETAN 8:42 am on July 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      MI AAPLA BHARPUR MOTHA FAN AAHE AANI TUMCHE SNAP NETWAR JAST UPLABDHA NAHI AAHET MALA HA EKAHC BHETALA SO PLS SEND ME YOUR AT LIST ONE ORIGINAL SNAP
      THK U
      WISH U GOOD LUCK FOR UR CARRIER

    • pradip 9:21 am on September 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonali tu gadhvach lagna ya picher madhye jo endra darbari nache sundari ya ganyasathi jo shrungar kela ahes khar jyaveles mi to picher madhey tula tya paridhanat pahil an mi mazhe bhan harpun ghelo hoto aas vatal janu swargatali pari tu asavi kharach tuz te rup avarnniya ani mohak vatale tuze te rup pahun ase watale janu kadakyachya unhat achanak paus padava ani aganit pavsachya suya angala tochun ji prasanata milel tevadhi tuz rup pahun watala ashich pragati karat raha tuza shatkotimadhil ek chotosa tuza chaheta

    • Harshad Joshi 11:11 am on September 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @Pradip

      Hahahaha…thats incredible..hehehehe..!! 😛

    • kishor 9:59 am on October 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      WISH U GOOD LUCK FOR UR CARRIER………..

    • Vijay Kale 10:54 am on October 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Sonali,

      You are just incredible..when i first saw in BNG, i didnt knw ur name so i thought who is this foriegn actress..but when i came to know about ur profile..i just went mad..i love you somuch..can do nething for u..pls come down to kolhapur sometime..i want to see u..or tell me ur address..i will come down..

      Love you..

      Bye take care..

      • Harshad Joshi 11:37 am on October 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        How optimistic..:P 😀

        hehehehehe…

        BNG? What is BNG?

        • Pankaj 11:47 pm on October 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          at Harshad……….

          BNG – Bakula naamdev ghotale….

          rather than laughing at everyone put some input abt sonali…..ther r some fans (crazy), let them share there feelings….. 🙂

    • jitesh 10:02 am on October 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      plz mail me sk images

    • Parikshit 4:50 am on December 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey sonali u r the most beautiful girl and u rock….

    • seema 10:19 am on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Sonali,

      I am also one of your fan from Pune. Actually I am a dancer and till date I was just loving Madhuri’s dance but after I saw your performance on “Apsara Aalli” in zee marathi awards, I can now definitely say that after Madhuri now there is you. Me and my all friends will surely see you coming movie “Natrang”. Good and keep it up. But just one request please don’t leave Marathi film industry ever becuase we need you. Please reply on given email-id if you’ll ever see this comments.

      Love u……Seema

    • Akshay Kulkarni 7:32 am on December 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Kulkarni ya naavatach jaadu ahe….kai bolava hey kalat nahi…pan jar kadhi tu maaza ha comment vaachshil tar mala ekhada mail karnyachi tasdi ghe….I promise, we could really be gr8 frnds..! and yes…Best luck…

    • priya 7:37 pm on December 31, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonali i saw u the add of dagina rite?in nashik ithought u r from nasik means my friend pankaj jhut bolata hai k aap usaki girlfriend thi? but u r really nicebes luck

    • prem 7:20 pm on January 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      nice dance in “AAPSARA,” hope we will see such nice performances again and again.

    • sachin 8:27 am on January 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I Love U Sonali…………..

    • deepak 8:38 am on January 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I Love u sonalee………….realy am a big fan of yours………..

    • praful 8:41 am on January 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Realy i am a Big fan of yours,Your NATRANG Movei Is So super U r so sweet Work in this Movei,Realy I like You……………….

    • Zack 8:47 am on January 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Sonali Kulkarni,

      I don’t know if Sonali really reads this comments, but its just a attemept to reach her.

      I read all the comments from your fans (Am your fan too), and guess what all of us feel about same that you’re gr8.

      You’re gourgeuos, you act well, you dance well, I mean everything about you is so perfect.

      But, I was wondering what kind of person you are? (don’t misunderstand).
      I mean whats your nature, are you introvert or extrovert?
      Are you down to earth or are you a high flyer?
      Do you like reading books or you’re a geek (technology freak)?
      Whats you qualification?
      What cell phone do you use?
      Whats your favorite movie?
      Whats your favorite food?

      There are lots of queries, Why don’t you write a blog and we can be your followers?

      If you ever read this, try to answer some of my questions or may be all of them! I got more like this.

      Tumhi ahatach itkya chan ani talented tar amchya sarkhe lakho fans asnarach na tumche.

      Tumcha navin movie ‘NATRANG’ kalach pahila, shabd sapdat nahit.
      Sarvat adhi sangen, as always tumhi far far far far sundar dista hya movie madhe and simply great performance.

      Atul kulkarni ni sudha amazing kam kela ahe, man what a gr8 transformation, from normal person to a pehlwan and then to a Maushi!
      Simply stunning!

      Pan khara tar tumchya sathich amhi mule (all male fans) movie baghayla gelo hoto.

      All the best for future, amhala asech chan chan movie pahayla tumhi ankhin changle changle kam kara

      Bye and take care

      Tumcha pankha
      Zack

    • pratik 10:24 am on January 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hey ,Sonali u ar d upcoming best actres,instead of saying upcoming u ar now best in best actres looking at promo and movie natrang OH u ar amazing,good ur song ” APSARA AALE” OH u ar looking grt and acting speechless grt , just to say b grt , do movies, we want to see u more and more ”atleast once i want to met u,i like u i m ur grt fan,just want to chat wit u face to face i hope my drm come true” may sucesss alwys wit u,bye

    • hemant kulkarni 8:42 am on January 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      u look so beautiful in Natrang. speacilly in the song “Apsara ali”.
      best luck.
      and plz reaply me.

    • Nishant Nirbhavne 10:26 am on January 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Dear sonali

    • prashant 4:57 am on January 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hei… sonali;

      I don’t know if Sonali really reads this comments,
      Really i am a Big fan of yours, you r looking fabulas in natrang.
      u r dance is tooooooo good. There is lots of improvment in u r
      acting, as per as consider to namdev ganpat ghotale..
      so keep it up & best of luck.. & take care..
      And one more tuze photo nahi aahet net war … shodhun thakalo..lawkar upload kar..

    • amit akkalkotkar 3:02 pm on January 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      u r tooooooooooooooooooooooo
      Gooooood
      or u r
      BEST

    • sunny 11:56 am on January 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      kay distes janu mazi swapnatli apsara

    • Rohan 7:37 pm on January 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Sonali… The first time I saw you in Gadhvacha Lagna…. I was impressed…..n d second time I saw you was in Zee awards n I went Mad…. The way u moved was simply irresistable…. I hope u read this…
      God Bless You…
      ur well wisher…

      Rohan

    • nilesh 7:04 am on January 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      me premat padloy sonali cha
      kharach apsara ahes tu

    • Rahul 4:17 am on January 13, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Nothing else U R Just APSARA & RAMBHA……….

    • sameeeeeeeeeer 9:33 am on January 13, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      heeeeeellllooo sonaliji i saw you in bakula namdev ghotaleeee u looking sssssooo fanta…… my goood wishes with you for ur comingggg charming lifeeeeeee…………… nn ur really coooollllllll

    • raviraj 6:55 am on January 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hey !! hi sonali !!
      i just wanna say that you are looking awesome in “Apsara aali” song.

    • Amol 3:32 pm on January 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      yo sonali tu kharach Apsara aiha.

    • Yogpot 10:27 am on January 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      mazyakade sonalisathi fakta ekach word aahe ..
      Sonali .. nad khulacha……

    • umesh 7:13 pm on January 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Namaskar….
      mala aapan far aavadta…….
      me aaplya premat padlo aahe…..

    • ajay 12:48 pm on January 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      tu khup sundar ahes, jashi swapnatali pari, jasa phulanar gulabach phul, cham cham ti chandani, ya agoder tuzyaitaki sundar marathi flim madhe kunich navata , tuza he khulanar saundarya asach khulat rahude, tuza te mohak hasana asach rahude. tu kharch apasara ahes ji swapatun ithe utarali …….. best of luck

    • yogesh kadam 4:09 pm on January 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      when i saw a movie called BAKULA NAMDEV GHOTALE , I she bcame one of my favourite actress.
      but now since I’ve seen NATRANG, I’ve fallen in love with her …
      Now , she is my new dream girl

    • sujit gadekar 8:38 am on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      you make a very good acting in natrang, bakula namdev ghotale.
      I LIKE YOUR PERSONALITY.

    • Guna 7:02 pm on January 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I love u Sonu…
      Tujhya shivay ratri chi zop udali ahe…

      keva he apsara yenar

      Tujhach ani fakt tujhachhhhhh…
      Guna..Kagal gaon…

    • tushar 4:32 pm on February 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      krupaya hindi movie kade walu naka .

      ase mala fakata watat nahi pan we all friend were having chat on this. first time a good looking and well acting karnari star .maharashtra la milali ahe ..ani hindi movie madhe kam kele tari side heroine manun karu naka or a house servent plzzzzzzzz<

      best of luck.

    • abhi 7:10 am on February 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      More Pics of sonalee

    • Ghanshyam 6:49 pm on February 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Gadhvacha Lagna
      Bakula Namdev Ghotale (Best Actress 2008)
      Aaba Zindabad
      Hay Kay Nahi Kay
      Natrang
      Iraada Pakka (to be released)

    • balasaheb 10:06 pm on February 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonu …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

      I don’t ask u any question becouse of if i see your picture I forget any things…………………………….

    • sunil phutane 6:59 am on February 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      kadhi bhetshil

    • ganesh 5:05 pm on February 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hello……
      best luck for ur bright future currier..
      god bless you

    • Smita 8:06 am on March 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Sonali…… u r really having such a good look…specially in yhe song Apsara aali in natarang……. i reallly like u.
      but some times i hate u too coz my boyfriend also like u so much…n i get joules that time… 🙂
      all the best 4 ur future life…..

    • rahul amrutkar 6:50 am on March 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      marathi movies can better when sonali like actors are coming into this field

    • rahul amrutkar 6:52 am on March 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      marthi movies are on rocking when somali is coming in marathi

    • abhi 9:24 am on April 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Sonalee’s New Movie Iraada Pakka

      [IMG]http://i43.tinypic.com/1zyhbgj.jpg[/IMG]

      [IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/v7yvl4.jpg[/IMG]

      [IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/ddovb6.jpg[/IMG]

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    • DEEPAK 6:41 am on May 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      u r most beautiful woman in marathi cinema. i like u very much in natrang.

    • DEEPAK 6:42 am on May 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      i think u r most beautiful woman in marathi cinema. i like u

    • dr shree 5:32 pm on June 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      excellent performing. wish to see u agadi javalun luv u

    • dr shree 5:34 pm on June 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      make me ur gd friend

    • Tushar Kulkarni 9:08 pm on July 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi…… Sonali Kulkarni I m d big fan of urs ur very good dancer & u r goodlooking kulkarninche nav aapan pudhe nyave hich saddhicha .. aaply upcoming films konty?

    • mohsin (M.D) 7:35 pm on July 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      me tumcha pahla chitrapat natrang pahila aani tewwah pasun tumcha fan jhalo…….
      mala jast bolta yet nahi but i want 2 say u i like ur acting

    • swapnil 6:21 pm on September 7, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hi…Sonali. im big fan of your.
      i have seen your 2 movies, Natarang & BNG. you have acted really well in both movies. u have really promising future. you make us watch marathi movies. thnks.
      waiting for forthcoming movies.

    • jatinder 8:46 am on October 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hiiiii

    • harshal wani 9:22 am on October 13, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      love u sonu ..tu kharach khup chan distes. pan marathi film madhech kam kar .jay maharastra. your fan;HARSH from nashik

    • shrikant 3:14 pm on October 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hi sonali
      u r looking so cute
      u r so butifull
      u r looking lovely in sarri
      i want u r smily imeges plz send me on my email id …………………..
      plzzzzzzz…………..
      shrikantgatkal11@gmail.com

    • Ravindra more 1:31 pm on November 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hi sonali…………! give me a one chance to meet you.

    • Nikhil N 2:21 am on November 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Me tuza khup motha fan ahe. Me tuzya sagalya film pahilya ahet

    • sharu 4:46 am on December 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      he sonali mala mahiti ahe saglech tuze fan ahet pan tya sarvan pekshya mi zara jast veda ahe tuza…………………………..

    • kishor 5:00 am on December 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hi , sonali……………………………….

    • sharu 5:05 am on December 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      He sonali , mala mahiti ahe sagle tujhe fan ahet pan tya saglyan pekshya mi zara jast cha veda ahe

    • kishor 5:06 am on December 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      He sonali , mala mahiti ahe sagle tujhe fan ahet pan tya saglyan pekshya mi zara jast cha veda ahe

    • sharu 5:08 am on December 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hi……………………………………

    • dipak 7:30 am on February 24, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      you so looking beautiful & cute. i like u r movie natrang

    • vipul 9:17 am on July 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      ur a2 geogeous

      • vipul 9:25 am on July 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        many people hv told u, u hv changed a lot………………………………….! but the truth is i think……………………………….. u hv found yourself……………………

    • KUNAL JANRAO 4:09 pm on August 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      hey u rock yaar………….
      i like you
      do u like to meet me
      im eager to meet you………
      so in short i love you my angle

    • Ketan haware 4:45 am on March 4, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Hi sonalee i m very exiciated to see u in your upcoming movie ajinta in paro so i m your great fan for ever and ever i love your name

    • RAJ 12:47 pm on May 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Wish u Happy Birthday Sonali.
      I Like You

    • yogesh...g 1:07 pm on May 27, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Hai sonali ji ,i am latur city sonali ji aap to bhoat sutndar hai aur app ki awaz bahot achi hai….ok sonali ji besttop luck.

  • Harshad Joshi 4:14 am on July 18, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Batman – The Dark Knight 

    Batman - the Dark Knight

    Batman - the Dark Knight

     
  • Harshad Joshi 5:25 pm on July 17, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: feedparser.py, Google News, Mark Pilgrim,   

    How to write a kludgy news crawler in Python and challenge Google News to its limits 

    A kludge (or, alternatively, kluge) is a clumsy or inelegant solution to a problem or difficulty. In engineering, a kludge is a workaround, typically using unrelated parts cobbled together. Especially in computer programs, a kludge is often used to fix an unanticipated problem in an earlier kludge; this is essentially a kind of cruft.

    I was searching data on my old disk and I found some interesting code I had written(rather abandoned) an year and half ago. At that time, I was very fascinated by the concept of Google News, which scanned and gathered news from almost 450 sources and mash up them together on one single page.  Mnay sources, one destination. Needless to say, Google created a smash hit product.Life appeared easy, all of sudden.

    Given my nature, it wasent surprising  that I desired to write the next Google News Killer app. It began at night…around 10:30 to be precise. I was determined to finish the program in a nights time. Python was my original (and only) choice that seemed suitable for me to create the next biig thing. Googling around I found that a module feedparser.py makes parsing RSS feeds easy(so to say). However, there was a problem – At that time, I had no clue of what XML meant. That was only the beginning. Later, I also discovered that I had extremely limited knowledge of HTML..Then I realized that my Python basics were giving me plenty of surprises…

    Bah..it looked so bad, here I was trying to write a good program, and there were tonnes of difficulties in first path itself. However, determination took over desperation, and after tweaking and pondering for well over 46 minutes, I was able to produce an extremely kludgy , extremely basic, extremely primitive Google News Killer – Wow…..the feeling was so good.  Imagine – writing something out of scratch, and that too without any help(ok, I took help from Mark Pilgrims feedparser.py and python.org) I chose to call it News Crawler.

    Get the python file by clicking the link – check-news Dont forget to rename it the file to check-news.py and also, make sure that identions are proper.

    Now something about the code.

    1. As I said earlier – the code is extremely dumb, extremely kludgy, extremely primitive, extremly basic and theres lot of shoddiness in there. Dont laugh at it even if it appears funny.

    2. The code has heard nothing of security, and is meant to run under controlled environment.

    3. It dosent make use of any SQL database backend, but is wise enough to store the RSS feeds on HDD before dissecting them,and extracting useful content.

    4. It expects that the XML files are in Unicode format. Some rouge sites make use of shabby encoding, which raises an exception in the program.

    5. I havent added any exception handling, just laziness, nothing more.

    6. For reference, I have shown how we can incorporate Slashdot and Reddit feeds on single page. You can add in your favourite feed.

    ToDo

    1. Make use of a good HTML templeting system.

    2. Solve the problem of unicode.

    3. Add error checking and improve its utility by making use of Pythons object oriented features.

    4. Add a SQL backend system for storing the parsed RSS data. To be honest, its the toughest job to do.

    5. Post up a nice powerpoint presentation describing the system. 🙂

    5. PS – I will definately not do anything of above unless someone seriously decides to fund me.

    After a long time I am back to programming world, I got so busy with other things that I had to abandon my dream project, but who knows, someday it may come true..  😉

     
    • Sandy 6:58 pm on July 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hi, I was trying to perform a similar act when I bumped into ur blog. Unfortunately I am nbot able to download your .py script. Can you please email it to me

      san.grad@gmail.com is the Id.

      Thaks in Advance.

    • lobiga 6:24 pm on March 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey
      cann you send me the source pls .

  • Harshad Joshi 1:43 pm on July 13, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ,   

    After 6 beers? 

    What happens before and after 6 beers?

    What happens before and after 6 beers?

    Is this what it happens after 6 beers? 🙂

     
  • Harshad Joshi 11:03 am on July 13, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arushi Talwar, CBI, CNN IBN, Dr Rajesh Talwar, Madhur Bhandarkar, NDTV, News Channels, Times Now   

    Arushi Talwar – who was the real villian? 

    Some people stick to fame in their lifetime, some, like the teenager Arushi Talwar become famous after being killed..Who made Arushi Talwar’s death famous? – The Media. The news media in India needs to be seriously monitored for the senselessness they have been showing on TV. First they portray someone as a murderer, a dacoit, a criminal, without investigating in deep and then after the real story is out, they start portraying the same person as a saint, a holy man who was caught in crime..! Whoa, isent that great?

    I dont know who killed Arushi, I dont even care about what Dr Talwar was, I dont even bother about who Hemraj was,but as a viewer, I am fed up with the news channels that show crap and complete nonsense on the TV.Heck, why should I subscribe to channels that continuously show irrelevant content as a part of their main program? Hey, now it sucks, news channels have becoming a sort of reality time pass show, where they can make a news out of anything, virtually anything. The real criminals in the Arushi Talwar murdar case were the news channels, the media, and the idiot investigation agencies, the police who didnt know how to react in this situation. Suddenly, everyone involved in there wanted to become famous, even if that fame would last for 15 seconds..Why people are hell bent on becoming famous?? Perhaps Madhur Bhandarkar should make a new film named – Fame or News Channel. Hot topics for a controversial film.

    But one question remains unanswered – Who is the real villian in Arushi Talwar case?  My bet is on the over eager news channelsaka news mongrels. They are the main villians.

    Update on 10 September 2008

    The CBI has failed to file a chargesheet against any person and offered a prize worth Rs 10000/- to the one who tells who killed Arushi talwar…According to me, the system killed Arushi, the media killed Arushi, now throw me the money 😉

     
  • Harshad Joshi 8:50 am on July 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dilemma, , , Myspace, People   

    The New Age dilemma 

    • S: (n) dilemma, quandary (state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options)

    I have discovered a new ego bruising experience. If you are a single individual, and having lot of virtual girl friends on social networking tools like Orkut, then you might have noticed that whenever the girls status changes to ‘commited’ there is something, a sort of silent tiing that goes across the mind..It isent exactly pain or unhappiness, its something mix of surprise, shock, bruised ego and just like that…

    No actual reason why this happens, but fair enough, so many times I have preached to people – Digital Social Networks esp Orkut are a fun, playway mirror of our daily lives, but the real problem arises when we start relating those tools with our real life and begin attaching our emotions and expectations to our virtual meetings. A timepass turns trouble for some. Should Orkut/Facebook/Myspace be avoided? Or is it the beginning of a new age desperation? Boy…this things tough to comprehend…Web 2.0 has binded people togather on a common platform but no ones ever thinking of the trouble that is following us..Wake up…Welcome to the new age dilemma.

     
  • Harshad Joshi 4:18 am on July 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: मन उधाण वार्‍याचे, मन उधाण वाऱ्याचे, , , , Mind, My Own   

    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे 

    मायेच्या हळव्या स्पर्शाने खुलते,नात्यांच्या बंधात धुंद मोहरते..
    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे गुंज पावसाचे,का होते बेभान कसे गहिवरते…
    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे …

    आकाशी स्वप्नांच्या हरपुन पान शिरते,
    हुरहुरत्या सांजेला कधी एकटेच झुलते,
    सावरते बावरते झडते अडखळते का पडते..
    कधी आशेच्या हिंदोळ्यावर मन हे वेडे झुलते..
    मन तरंग होउन पाण्यावरती फ़िरते..
    अन क्षणात फिरूनी अभाळाला भीडते..
    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे…

    रुणझुणते गुणगुणते कधी गुंतते हरवते..
    कधी गहिऱ्या डोळ्यांच्या डोहात पार बुडते..
    तळमळते सारखे नकळत का भरकटते..
    कधी मोहच्या चार क्षणांना मन हे वेडे भुलते..
    जाणते जरी हे पुन्हा पुन्हा क चुकते..
    भाबडे तरी भासांच्या मागुन पळते..
    मायेच्या हळव्या स्पर्शाने खुलते,नात्यांच्या बंधात धुंद मोहरते..
    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे गुंज पावसाचे,का होते बेभान कसे गहिवरते…
    मन उधाण वार्‍याचे …

    आकाशी स्वप्नांच्या हरपुन पान शिरते,
    हुरहुरत्या सांजेला कधी एकटेच झुलते,
    सावरते बावरते झडते अडखळते का पडते..
    कधी आशेच्या हिंदोळ्यावर मन हे वेडे झुलते..
    मन तरंग होउन पाण्यावरती फ़िरते..

     
  • Harshad Joshi 1:30 pm on July 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Yamaha YZF-R15   

    Yamaha YZF-R1 

    Yamaha YZF-R1, a super bike to be launched in India in 2008

    Yamaha YZF-R15, a super bike to be launched in India in 2008

    He is Yamaha’s new bike – Yamaha YZF-R15. Enjoy..

     
    • kush 6:40 pm on July 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      no dout the product is noticeble enough but a true sport biker certainly go for much more bulk n power severals owners will have to add a bit they really want in it eg-broad radials,pressure horns etc minor but quite essential facts a biker would intend for just make large and crazy n f$$$ around

    • kush 6:54 pm on July 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      No dout the product is noticeble enough but a true sport biker would certainly go for much more bulk n power. Because it does’nt really have the potential and performs as copared to H.H karizma or Bj pulser 200 although the’ve priced less compaired to it despite having more potential and extra added features several owners will have to add a bit they really want in it eg-broad radials,pressure horns etc minor but quite essential facts a biker would intend for just make large and crazy for everyone to f$$$ around luv biking

    • Harshad Joshi 7:42 am on July 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @kush
      Man, this bike is priced higher then conventional 150 cc bikes available in India. Yamaha YZF – R15 costs a cool Rs 1,11,000/-

      Vrooom….Go Yamaha….

    • thinnakorn pooyangphu 7:33 am on July 29, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      ชอบมากในไทยมีขายหรือยัง หรือว่าต้องสั่งนำเข้า ราคาประมาณเท่าไหร่

    • Arash.n.kolah 8:20 pm on March 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey guyz. D bike is amazing. Yamaha has really done a very nice job. I have taken d bike on d highway as well, but ya its a lil over priced. Bt truly yamaha comes ahead through her. Shes a beauty.

    • manas 2:06 pm on May 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      เมื่อ ไหร่ ไทย yamaha จะมีรถสไตล์ นี้ บ้าง นะ

  • Harshad Joshi 5:10 am on July 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ,   

    Everlasting Love 

    You are my everlasting
    You are my everlasting love

    Hearts go astray
    Leaving hurt when they go
    You went away just when I needed you so
    Finding your way
    You come back on to me
    Im gonna stay loving you endlessly

    Open up your eyes
    Then you realize
    Here I stand with my
    Everlasting love
    Need you by my side
    Theres no need to hide
    Never be denied
    Everlasting love
    From the very start
    Open up your heart
    Be a lasting part of
    Everlasting love

    You are my everlasting
    You are my everlasting love

    Look in my eyes
    See my love burning strong
    No more goodbyes
    In your arms I belong
    Our time has come
    All my dreams have come true
    Two hearts as one
    Loving me loving you.

    Open up your eyes
    Then you realize
    Here I stand with my
    Everlasting love
    Need you by my side
    Theres no need to hide
    Never be denied
    Everlasting love
    From the very start
    Open up your heart
    Be a lasting part of
    Everlasting love

    Heres the link to the song, hear it online.

     
  • Harshad Joshi 5:31 am on July 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Anti Depressant, Anti Stress, Depression, Fluxotine, Goa, Mercedes Benz, , Vedanta   

    Wise Words 

    By staying faithful to shreya [what is right and beneficial], instead of preya [what is pleasant], we win the sweetest fruits of life, from success to happiness to enlightenment

    There are some marvellous concepts in Vedanta that reduce the spiritual quest into essential principles. Among them are the twin concepts of Preya and Shreya.

    What are these? Apart from the fact that they are delightfully rhymed (notice how Sanskrit specialises in related concepts that rhyme? Yogi-bhogi, tan-man, smriti-shruti, one could go on!), they are connected, for they illustrate the vital importance of fusing our desires into one single-pointed direction.

    Preya stands for what is pleasant: a holiday in Goa, channa bhaturas and gulab jamuns, driving a Mercedes Benz, designer clothes and shades, a blazing love affair, etc. Shreya, unassuming and circumspect, stands for what is beneficial to us: eating healthy, maintaining an exercise regimen, staying within one’s income, maintaining fidelity in marriage, doing one’s duty. All the world will agree, especially today, that Preya is the hip swinging chick, while Shreya, let’s face it, is the dowdy one. Boring, for heavens sake.

    Little wonder then that most of us beat a path to Preya’s door, while Shreya’s threshold is definitely the road less taken, indeed almost never taken.

    All through our lives, we chase the objects that promise us happiness, like money, love, good times, fame, power, success, etc. But the paradox, as Vedanta says, is that we never really get happiness. Why? Because we look for it in the wrong place. Outside, not inside. Preya seduces us through our senses and we gallop after all that it flourishes, horse racing, cigarette smoking, Formula One races, and what not. But no sooner do we get there than the promised happiness either dissolves or is seen to not exist.

    In the Katha Upanishad, the body is likened to the chariot, the five senses to the horses, the intellect to the charioteer, the mind to the reins, and the Self to the rider inside the chariot. As long as the intellect and the mind do not do their duty by reining in and controlling the senses, the horses will run amok, charging after whatever attracts them without discrimination or restraint. And what happens? The rider never gets to the place he wants to go: peace of mind, happiness, health, even enlightenment.

    Shreya, on the other hand, can seem like a dull piece of goods when first we make our acquaintance with her dull —and exacting—like a stern school marm, but as we get to know her better we will have to admit that she really has our interest at heart. You are on a diet, she will remind us, just as we are about to lift a grilled cheese sandwich to our mouth, and if we can make ourselves replace it with a vegetable sandwich instead, we will savour the sweet sense of a victory over the senses. Or we may be itching to watch TV and she will remind us of the vegetables to be peeled or the ironing to be done. Or her small still voice stalls us when we contemplate a temptation at work that requires us to bend the rules just a little in order to make a fortune.

    Most of us pay obeisance to both Preya and Shreya for we are awfully torn between them. Instead of fusing all our energies into one direction, we fritter them by being pulled into two opposite directions. We long to stay slim, fit and healthy, but no sooner do we see a mutton biryani or hariyali kabab than our goal forgotten and we chomp right into them. We regret it later, but that simply adds to the problem because now we have guilt to contend with as well, which also sends us headlong into Preya.

    We long for success but instead of gritting our teeth and working our heads off, we apple polish the boss and bitch about our colleagues. We vow not to gossip or bitch about others but no sooner do we catch hold of a juicy morsel, than we hasten to spread it among our buddies. Life is a long and wearisome struggle to get out of the hold of Preya and towards Shreya.

    For we will never get what we want as long as we do the opposite.

    The Katha Upanishad tells us that Preya and Shreya stand for the two choices that we have to make at any given time. Consciously or unconsciously, we choose either Preya or Shreya. And the two go in opposite directions.

    One towards lasting happiness and fulfillment, the other towards temporary satisfaction and permanent regret. At the end of our lives, we will be able to gauge which of the two has been our guide and inspiration by examining where we stand. Are we happy, energised, buoyant and radiant? Clearly, Shreya has been our mentor. Are we tired, ill, impoverished and unfulfilled? Oh dear, we have been too enamoured of Preya.

    So how do we get out of the hold of Preya and move towards Shreya?

    Ramakrishna Paramahansa put it in sublimely simple words. If you want to go East, don’t go West. If you want to lose weight, don’t eat fattening food. If you want to be fit, don’t give up your exercise. If you want to finish your project, stop chatting with your colleagues and checking the mail.

    If you want to get enlightened, stop chasing good times. All we have to do to obey Shreya is not to obey Preya. Refuse to betray your friends or your own values. Refuse to chase money, fame or power at the cost of values or principles. Refuse to indulge the senses.

    And lo, your task is done. Preya soon wilts away into a gossamer shade, and Shreya waxes strong and beautiful. With Shreya at our side, the battle of life is eventually won, for she teaches us to put the long term over the short term, the principle over expedience, the right over the tempting.

    By staying faithful to Shreya we win the sweetest and most sought after fruits of life, from success to happiness to enlightenment.

    Simple words, they are effective in preventing a lot of day-to-day troubles we have most of times, including a bad-relationship, a bad office day, a bad fight…everything like that…

    For those who found Preya and Shreya a wee bit simple or complex, this is for you.

    All human beings are not equipped to take on changes or difficult situations in life, naturally. Out of them, many don’t adapt to those situations. The result normally is— those situations and accompanying stress overwhelm people. Since modern times stress has been identified as the single biggest contributor to depression. The mind-boggling changes in every sphere of life—culture, profession, modes of transportation and rapid lifestyle changes put pressure on men to adjust with equal speed. Stress begins to wear them out and there is a loss of resiliency against adverse situations of life. Consequently, they begin to pull away from others and give in to depression.
    It is often said that people think themselves into depression. The thinking pattern of a person helps him accept or avoid a stress situation. If one shows disposition towards anxiety, worry, restlessness, anger and tension as stress responses, it can lead him to chronic emotional turbulences. We can worsen an ordinary sorrowful situation by imagining its possible intensity. We create problem situations by imagining what might go wrong, could go wrong, and how terrible it would be. Even if the depression is due to biochemical imbalances, the person doesn’t abstain from thinking negatively about it. Constant stressful situations make one develop a negative pattern of thinking, which gives in to depression at the slightest provocation in life.

    At present, a whole lot of holistic therapies are applied to heal acute and chronic depression. Besides prescription drugs, healing methods such as naturopathy, energy balancing, and yogic techniques are extensively and effectively utilized all over the world. Adopting a positive lifestyle helps you develop a healthy mind-body frame to avoid depression. For those believing in medical solution, a dose of Fluxotine will do wonders.

     
    • Joyeeta 1:07 am on July 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Good one 🙂

    • R.V.Ramani 1:55 pm on October 1, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      One of the best I have read. Shreya & Preya ever stands in my memory.
      Thanks,
      RVR

  • Harshad Joshi 10:32 am on July 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Me,   

    Life 

    आयुष्य समुद्रासारखय …असं अता प्रकर्षाने जाणवतय….
    काय करु गोष्टीच तशा घडत गेल्या…
    एकामागे एक…

    भरती-ओहोटी….नित्यनियमाच्या …येणारच त्या …थोड्याच चुकणारेत….??? तेही मान्य…

    पण ढवळून निघणं सगळ्यात वाईट …. सगळ्या आठवणी कश्या लाटांच्या तडाख्याप्रमाणे अंगावर आल्या… एकाकीच झेलाव्या लागल्या …. काही परतवून लावल्या…काहींनी नखशिखांत भिजवलं….
    पण ठरवलच होता मुळी … जहाजाप्रमाणे हेलकावे खायचे …पण परतायचा नाही… नाहीतर त्या पुनः पुनः येतात ….पाठलाग करत … हौसच भारी ना मला ….
    ….नशीब म्हणालं..भोग अता …. भोगलं निमुटपणे … असहाय्यपणे…

    माहितिये अजुन खूप बाकी आहे…पण तोपर्यंत मी स्वतःला घडवीन कणखर ….
    आश्च्रर्य याचं वाटतय …………….(काही गोष्टी गुपीत ठेवाव्याच लागतात…हे हल्लीच कळालय मला)……

    …. क्रमशः

     
  • Harshad Joshi 2:28 pm on July 3, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , ,   

    पाऊस 

    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मन पागोळ्यांगत झाले...
    क्षितीजाच्या वाटेवरती पाण्यावर रांगत गेले.
    थेंबांना सावरलेल्या त्या गवतांच्या काडांचा...
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मी भिजलेल्या झाडांचा
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मन थेंबांचे गारांचे..
    आईस चकवूनी आल्या त्या डबक्यांतील पोरांचे !
    मोडून मनाची दारे, येवुली पाऊल भरती..
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, या ओल्या रस्त्यावरती..
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मी चंद्रचिंब भिजलेला
    विझवून चांदण्या सार्‍या, विझलेला शांत निजलेला
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मन भिरभीरता पारवा
    पाऊस पडून गेल्यावर, मन गारठता....गारवा...

    गार वारा हा भरारा, नभं टिपूस टिपूस

    रानी वनी, पानोपानी, मन पाऊस पाऊस

    माती खाली खोल खोल, ओल मातीच्या मनास

    मातीवर थरथरे, ओला सुवास सुवास

    पावसाळी पायवाटा…जरा उदास उदास…

    दाही दिशांत पाखरे, जणू आभास आभास…

    रान मोकळे मोकळे, बघे भारुन नभास

    त्याचा हिरवा हिरवा….आज प्रवास प्रवास

     
    • Ravi 8:29 pm on May 9, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Sonali tumhi khup chhan…acteing karta

  • Harshad Joshi 7:25 am on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Slambook, Teen Age   

    Slambook 

    Slambook….after so many years, I remember this…I never got a chance to be in someones slambook, but it was something very hot in my school days. Usually, it was as self decorated book having different sections like we have on Orkut, except that we had to manually fill it in our own handwriting. Bad handwriting wasent allowed and the system was ultra secret. It was meant to be an exclusive girl-to-girl communication system. Boys werent allowed nearby, but I confess that I had once stolen a slambook out of pure curiosity, just to get details of what happens in there. It was luck, but peeping in someones property is equivalent of stealing…Later I meekly returned that book, the girl was shocked..!! She said – ‘Did you read this??’ I said – ‘No, why should I?’ I lied, I know, but I read everything, everything that was supposed to be a secret away from most of boys reach.

    Some interesting stuff I remember was

    1. The address and phone number – Every girl jotted down her phone number and postal address. In those days cellular phones were non existant and pagers were ultra cool. It was of no great use to me, I did not have a landline number, and the line I used for speaking would be heavily monitored. Besides, I was too lazy to move around on a cranky bicycle hunting for the girls address.

    2. Likes – It was default that a girl likes ice cream and black forest. For a long time, I didnt know what black forest meant until someone fed me a delicious combination of chocolate, cake, coffee, ice cream, then I realized its a yummy thing…and since then, its my favourite till date.

    3. Favourite colour – Insignificant detail, but pink was common..We dont have this on Orkut 😛

    4. Favourite film – Most of them mentioned Hollywood stuff. I wasent permitted to see any Hollywood film(officially) till I  became 18. Unofficially, I watched many Hollywood movies, and my parents dont know that 😉 Never knew why girls liked Tom Cruise. I liked his mission impossible 2 movie, because I was facinated by the bikes in it, not the heroine.

    5. Every girl tried to decorate her slam content as good as possible. (I recall, my drawing belonged to the genre of Mr Pablo Picasso. Ultra Modern, abstract, and complex, my teacher once mocked me that you will be the next Picasso of India.She was rude..I didnt like that joke)

    Today, I am riding on the messeges sent by Gods of Technology, as if I am from other galaxy, or an Almighty, but innocence is what I want. Those were the best days of my life…Sweet and innocent. Free from complexities of all this world..Todays kids arent so lucky..They have got everything, but the charm of a naive and raw life is unknown to them..Today we have got Orkut, Facebook, Myspace, theres even one online virtual site, but that beautiful handwritten slambook remains an eluded teen age dream…nostologia peheps..

     
    • cia 6:37 pm on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Slambook!!!!!!!
      Wow….its so nice you wrote about it….brings back all those memories of school days….went roaming about in class asking ppl to fill it out….
      The funniest thing is, i fancied the slam thing so much, that i had 2 slambooks…one in 7th n one in 10th…and i still have them….crazy times =)

  • Harshad Joshi 4:56 am on July 1, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags:   

    I say you goodbye 

    When you departed…
    It was only a day.
    Now it’s some weeks.
    Soon it will be years.
    It’s so hard to say good-bye.
    Nevertheless, goodbye.

    The waves are calm already,
    It echoes in our hearts.
    There is so much to tell,

    There is so much to share like we used to,

    But where are you to listen? gone
    Still I say goodbye

    The memory torments,
    Memories of the good, the bad and the ugly times,
    Of the happy sad and bittersweet experiences we shared.
    In trying to be brave, I say goodbye,

    goodbye forever
    Though in tears,

    because, in the end, I loved you

    😦

     
    • cia 6:58 pm on July 1, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      did you write it??

      nyce!!!

      well you know what, memories and people come n go, and so you got to stand up brave, say goodbye, face life….move on.

    • joyeetamajumdar 2:11 am on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      What you have lost was never yours dear, and what is yours will not be lost for long!!

      Love is free…unconditional…unbiased…illimitable…infinite!
      Open your heart and let it fly free…let the love from your heart engulf your world as well as of those around you.

      When one door closes on us…another opens..but we spend so much time crying over the closed door that we totally miss the newly opened door of limitless opportunities, of all what we truly deserve!

      Cheers 🙂

    • Harshad Joshi 4:37 am on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Hi Joyeeta..

      That open-close door theory works fine, but for lesser mortals, grief always hurts…In no way I support grief, but what can I do? Love hurts…

      Love hurts if you dont get it, but you you are blessed enough to have someone you truly like, is another experience in itself. Actually, the word love is too filmy and too overused…The real feelings are something divine sort of thing, hard to describe and tell in words, but they are real and true..

      Enjoy 😛

    • joyeetamajumdar 10:04 pm on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Yes. I agree…
      It hurts a lot. But if we acknowledge the pain instead of fighting it, and allow it freedom to express itself…through writing, reading…talking, most importantly by having lots of quiet time, there will be a gradual shift of focus…towards the lush green side of LIFE!
      When your feelings are as true as they are…you only deserve the best and in time all that you deserve WILL come to you. 🙂

    • discoveringtheworld 8:33 pm on April 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      thats quite impressive

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