Today…am gonna talk about a friend whom I had never met till…yesterday :)!!!
Yes…guys…a friend who had been more close to my parents than me …a friend who often met my parents…and was a strong mediator between me n my parents when I was away…from them.
So we were net friends….:) yes just like some of you guys 😀
“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore
But the best part is that…he doesnt like cricket…I do! He has no interest in movies.. n I do. I don’t think he either likes to listen to music….as he had switched that off in my car…n you all know my craze with music, poetry n poets :)….such a big contrast
“By contrast, wisdom captivates people’s hearts and has the power to open a new age.”
But still….our sense of humor is great & match to a great extent 🙂
“In order to have friendship you must look past the color to the soul, because within the soul lies a rainbow of many colors.”
When I met him yesterday.. for the first time …I never felt that I am meeting him for the first time…it was as if I have known and met him for years..n years…..and our conversation just started ..from there.
I had specially cooked food for him as I have heard so much about his cooking from my mom…that I had to reciprocate hehehe…:)
He was on official visit hence we couldnt get much time being a weekday…but I really felt good to see him as we had lot of fun pulling eachother’s leg…even though it was for a short time 🙂
I remember how I was showing him my fist as if to give him a punch on his face….:) the first time even he got scarred I guess hahahaha….it was a nice evening….we got time together while I was dropping him back to his hotel room.
Friends dont have to have the normal norms…of meeting…greeting…always…its just that faith & trust of you being in there heart and they being in yours…what else is friendship that you help eachother when one needs the most…:)
I had a great evening yesterday!
“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.”