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Monday, September 20, 2004

A Mail and an analogy

Category: Personal

I received a mail (Someone telling me, not to tell something about someone).
I replied, someone's life is none of my business.

And that reminds me of a dialog in Agneepath, Amitabh (Vijay) tells Danny (Kancha Cheena)

Aye Kancha, Bandook bhi dikhaata hai, aur peeche bhi hathta hai
(Aye, Kancha, you're pointing a gun and also taking a step backward)

An analogy here would be,
Aye, Pyaar bhi karti hai, aur darti bhi hai.
(You love someone and you're afraid too).

The advice I would give her is instead of worrying about what the world is saying, she should believe in her relationship.

I never think on someone elses' behalf because it is none of my business.

I don't like to receive such mails in the office and that too, first thing on a Monday morning.

I'm posting this late in the evening.