Kabhi kabhi mere dil mein khayal aata hai…kya karoon yaar…hamesha tere ishq ka bukhaar aur pyaar ka ikaraar chayya rehta hai….
This is not a dialogue from the likes of kya cool hain hum or kya super cool hain hum, but comes to you straight from 92.7 big FM’s bakwaas shayari, which I happened to be listening to, today in the afternoon, courtesy my inability to step out of my house because of the curfew situation that has seemed to grip my city again.
Second time, in just a couple of days, certainly, it’s not reflecting very well on the administration here in the city. DM of Bareilly seems to be on the move to ensure that situation shouldn’t deteriorate any further and is leaving no stone unturned while pursuing the same.
The steel frame, as it used to be called once in the British era, is no more the same. With the kind of politicization that has hit the very cores of our bureaucracy, coupled with Marx’s view of bureaucracy being involved in amassing power and self-aggrandisation, administrative reforms coupled with a social reform movement is the need of the hour.
The likes of Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdev are on the streets once again to raise their voices against corruption that has seemed to percolate in every nook and corner of our establishement, which we all like to give the name, society.
On one hand where there are so many issues that need a thought from the who’s who of our society, on the other hand, the nation is welcoming with open arms our Olympic heros who have managed to bring glory to both their respective sports and the nation.
What is very visible, though, is a plethora of emotions and a huge diversity in the kind of behaviour that people demonstrate towards various facets of life.
Sometimes I wonder, if it was not for our ability of expressing things, how boring and dull our lives would have become. I guess, the very essence of life is very much demonstrated in our actions and behaviour.
So, can I say: LIFE=BEHAVIOUR + IT’S IMPLICATIONS (think about it!)
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