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Moving

Its takes a lot to move away from home, especially when you are changing the country itself. There are so many things to consider:Food habits, cultural difference, language difference, accent problem..

Whatever happens.  It’s time to move. Since last few months I am preparing to move to Canada for my Graduation.  It sucks so much of time that I have not been able to write anything creative, or read any blogs or write comments anywhere else or even read a book at peace ..

Anyway, its time to move. And it will be while before I get back on track.  Till then ciao!

Here I come, Hamilton!

 

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  1. Madhuri
    August 23, 2007 at 12:20 pm

    Hope you have a blast in Hamilton. And there are plus points to being away from home…

  2. August 23, 2007 at 4:17 pm

    Yes, moving is to break the inertia; the society—its people, culture, rituals, dialects—and passions and memories that it spits out in its own way of experiencing life and surely, those moments of joy or of remorse or of sheer indifference or of alienation are all hesitant to part with. Yet, time keeps on the pursuit of an endless journey with just a solitary companion, the life! We move on even when we feel we don’t. We are simply animated! Happy journey!
    It’s of pleasure to expect you back on blog soon!

  3. August 23, 2007 at 9:05 pm

    Madhuri, yes there are plus points. But moving away from home for the first time is a heavy task, Not full of tears but rather full of inexplicable sentiments.

    Saibal Barman, Thanks for a visit to my blog 🙂 I read yours sometime back but could not comment. Well, I am excited to move and break the barrier of Ahmedabad. There are so many emotions attached to this city – I have grown here, and I have seen it grow like no other place. But yes we have to move on to live life, to experience the change… There will much more to blog.

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