The thing about performances is that they make you scared. No matter how well you are prepared. The uncertainty the crowd could create is almost nightmarish. The murmurs when you enter the stage, the questioning looks of some, the expectant looks of others, it is all so overwhelming. At that moment, it seems like playing an instrument is equivalent to saving humanity from a crisis.
“Even in the mud and scum of things, something always sings.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Something which I can write in an hour or so takes me a day or two when I use Grammarly. So, I decided to actually write down this blog of mine and reread it 100 times to check for my own mistakes.
Corona break-out hit us like a truck full of bad news. No one expected a virus to suddenly become the Resident of the Earth (it is starting to feel that way, anyhow). And did you know Corona is also a Beer? In any case, many awkward things happened.
This is my personal review of the film “Karwaan”. For me, it is a must-watch one that can enhance anybody’s mind with its authenticity, and I bet you won’t get bored with Bollywood’s most interesting, entertaining travelling companion, Mr Irrfan Khan.
The best defining characteristic of loving someone is that you can think outside of yourself and your own needs to help care for another person and their needs as well.