Monday, June 12, 2006

O blady, o blada, o bladoo, life goes on…

You meet someone, you know each other, you start liking and then you part.
O blady, o blada, o bladoo, life goes on…

Sat and watched the video clip that I had recorded on the farewell party of J.
Sat and watched the video clip that I had recorded on the last day with roomie.
She had danced wearing a dupatta and Shikari Sambhu (Tinkle comics fame) shorts.
The other roomie is going back to her country or to another foreign land.
Come August and I will be looking for a new roommate or a new accommodation.

You meet someone, you know each other, you start liking and then you part.
O blady, o blada, o bladoo, life goes on…

22 comments:

Dreamcatcher said...

and life goes on...

d4u said...

Shikhari Shambhu...ya i remember that character..long time:) And this is a "pardes" song right??

chandni said...

In my own life I have always observed ..that as soon as I start getting comfortable...with people around me, the situation...its time to move on..

and so it goes!

phatichar said...

Shikari Shambhu in a dupatta...Interesting..

Anonymous said...

la la la and life goes on..

Well you've certainly got me singing first thing in the morning. Cant mimic tht cackle, though...

austere

Stone said...

hmmmm.....

Prerona said...

hmmm ... life does go on!

Deepak Jeswal said...

Zindagi ki yehi reet hai, har judai ke baad meet hai! (and vice versa)!

:)

Alapana said...

It keeps repeating,But yes,Life goes on:)

Alapana said...

It was nice knowing you through your writings.

If ever you should feel like coming back even if it is through another id, please do drop me a line. I'll be eagerly waiting.

Take care. I understand tehre is much more to life beyond this blog.

LOve and best wishes,
Arunima.

You write this in my previous blog,Now you know where i write:) Dont you.I changed the name,but i still visit the same blogs which i loved past two years.So here i am.

Aqua said...

yeah...i hate goodbyes but life must go on... this reminds me of my roomies in mumbai and the fun we used to have :)

shub said...

and that's life, right? :(

Anshuman Ghosh said...

yes yes .. so very true ..

somewhere down the line i realised, that the best you can do is, learn to enjoy your own company. People around you will come and go, but as long as you keep in touch with your thy self, its gr8 fun to make new friends !

Aparna.G said...

Its true, but common now! Dont be sooo harsh...

At some level though, thats what we live for, isnt it? I love meeting new people & the whole journey of getting to know them better.. it saddens you when they leave, but, they do...we all do leave eventually..

Invincible said...

happens to everyone.
Life is quite predictable at times when looked thru a broad lense from a distance. Almost everyone is living his/her individual share but going thru the same ordeal, most of the times !

AmitL said...

Hi,there...u reminded me of a song I've not heard since ages(Beatles'O blady,o blada)..nice going..also,reminded of Shikari Shambhu...LOL at the memory...good luck at finding some good new roomies.:)

Harjee Kapur said...

onward ho... !!!

manuscrypts said...

but as the saying goes... we meet to part, and we part to meet ..

Mentor said...

Sometimes you ignite feelings very close to heart !
Huhhhh...Shikari Shambhu, Fantom...

About Life -

Jab bhi milati hai, mujhe ajanabi lagati kyun hai
Jindagi roz naye roop badalati kyun hai.

:)

Rani Sowmya said...

Its refreshing to go through your blog! It rings so true and close to heart!! Keep writing!

Cheers,
Sowmya

illusionaire said...

So Siami has left ? Damn, I didnt get to say goodbye to her coz I had to leave Bangalore so suddenly.... :-(

Anonymous said...

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So what is Karma and how does it work? While in the illusion you have a soul. This soul lives past, present, and future lives. To grow in love, joy, and awareness, you reincarnate into a series of physical bodies to experience different existences. This road leads to the experiences of being both sexes, all races, religions, and ethnic types throughout many lifetimes.
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Before you incarnated into your present personality, you agreed to put yourself in the path of all that is you need to learn. Once you got here, you agreed to forget this. Karma is impersonal and has the same effect for everyone. It is completely fair in its workings and it is predictable - "do onto others as you would have them do unto you" is a way to ensure peace and tranquillity in your own life as well as the lives of those you come into contact with. The law of karma is predictable - "as you sow, so shall you reap" what is done to you is the net result of what you have done to others!
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