Happy New Year dear friends, A little late, but I am happy to be finally writing to you, with my New Year wishes, for you and me. I am happiest wishing you by sharing the lessons I am taking forward, and here is what I learnt (again!) last year. Everything was all right in the end (as predicted in my 2013 New Year greeting, based on the famous quote from the movie ‘Best Hotel Marigold’, “Everything will be alright in the end, if it is not alright, it is not the end”). The ‘end’
Its cricket fever, and normally I am not an ardent cricket fan, but if that were true today, I would be the only person in Sri Lanka who would have been immune to it. Its no secret that I do not go out of my way to watch cricket. When I have occasioned to watch it, I have enjoyed the exciting parts, but have never been able to sit for a whole day in front of a TV watching it ball by ball. Having said that I did watch the 1996
Sometimes it can be frustrating to watch the progress of your own dreams. One of the funniest quotes I came across recently on twitter is "I'm sick of following my dreams I'm just going to ask them where they're going and hook up with them later... " by @MrTommyLand. I thought that summed up the frustration of following your dreams. And good advice in dealing with the frustration. What frustrates me personally about following my dreams? There are many, but today these were the ones I came up with.