Life is best enjoyed, when lived in extremes!


12 thoughts on “Footnote-4

  1. I agree to a point:) when one has a family of his own one tends to live cautiously. So enjoy to freedom to go to the extreme:)

  2. ….which implies that the “golden mean” would require a life of austerity, a life of deprivation like that led by monks – isn’t that what Buddhism is all about?

  3. @Sophiagurl: well perhaps I wld make an exception later too πŸ˜›

    @Ekarshi:wow! u here πŸ™‚ ..well are u shifting the origin? Yes truly budhism is all about that.. but in a sense thats also being taken up as rather choice..will it be right we if call that Golden mean?

    @Priya: so they call me too πŸ™‚

    @AD: provided poking is the case of being alive

    @Nik: depends on the walls.. reminds me of Mending walls ” Are you walling in or u walling out?”

    • Well not enjoying exactly πŸ˜› its tough..unlike what I thought ..all fun n no padhai.. but seems its vice versa πŸ™‚ ..guess another extreme.

      btw how have u been

  4. IIM Shillong, huh? Lovely pic! I so envy you.

    Thank you for the comment on my blog :). Im terrible at urdu and have no patience to persevere with translating that. But I think whoever writes like that(you) has got to be absolutely brilliant.

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