She quietly sat down, sari neatly tucked in, hair tied in a demure bun and back straight, smiling at the man sat before her.
I was just going through the blog of a new follower(Thanks for following me), and I came across this nugget of gold, which triggered my writing sensors!
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The world is not as complicated as we make it out to be.
Sometimes I wonder, why do we see trouble where there is none? Why do we perceive things as positive or negative? Is it each person’s perspective that causes the jumble of good and bad in our minds?
I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while now, but I haven’t been able to because of exams and other hold ups.
A few days ago, my best friend and I met up in the college campus. (We don’t go to the same college, but our colleges share a campus.) The paths leading to the colleges are a bit confusing at first and if you haven’t been given proper directions, you could end up hopelessly lost in the Bhavans Campus. To make matters worse, those paths have been under construction for the past month, so diversions make them so much more confusing.
My journey of four years in Sardar Patel Institute of Technology ended with the farewell party yesterday!
4 years ago, I was an over-enthusiastic, crazy, immature…wait that hasn’t changed,😅!
Jokes apart, these 4 years have guided and shaped me into the woman I am today. From choosing a seat on the first day to securing a placement, there have been multiple stepping stones, some more jagged than the others. Some cut my feet, others soothed them.