Saturday, September 25, 2004

Waiting for weekend

I guess Friday is more pleasant than Saturday. May be it is just like the wait to achieve what you want and the feeling that it is so nearby is more relaxing than getting it actually. W. Somerset Maugham perhaps meant the same thing when he commented that perfection is always trifle boring, or we can compare it with the journey being more memorable than the destination. All right, this is really stretching it too far. but it is almost 2 a.m. now and after a long day, I cannot think properly - getting ready to sleep, hence all this rubbish.

4 comments:

Sudhu said...

Nandan, you have to post more often. For starters, why don't you elucidate us lesser mortals on the meaning of Viprashna.

Nandan said...

Well, let me start as you have suggested. Viprashna, as you might have guessed, means puzzled. Actually, this word was used in a Marathi Poem that I came across, so it kind of lingered in my mind.

Sudhu said...

Thanks for occasionally stopping by at my blog. As you can see i've linked to your blog through mine, & i keep checking quite often for posts from your side. But i guess you dont have time to sit down and write. It'd be nice to hear from you.

Nandan said...

Thanks for linking my blog to yours, Sudhu. Yeah, I become alternately buzy and lazy when it comes to posting.