In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “My Hero.”.

Today’s Prompt: Who’s your hero? Tell us a story about why that person plays such an important role in your life.

My hero? Not sure i have one. As a kid i had lots of them..  spiderman, wolverine, Shaktimaan, powerpuff girls 😛  Always saving the world from other wicked and harmful beings. But over the years the definition of a hero has changed for me from someone who fights for a cause to someone who finds strength in peace and hapiness. A person distinguished by rare courage and nobility.

There are a number of modern society heroes – I am quite sure some of theirs names will be in some blogs today – that people look up to and call them their heroes. But everyoe needs to have a special hero. The one they could regard as their own. A distinct individual who would do exceptional things for you. They don’t have to be all muscular like superman or spin out webs from wrists or pounder people with guns, ammo and blows. Just someone who does the unimaginable for you, saves you, protects you from the rest of the mean world (somethimes this mean person is you).

So right now i am my own hero, willing to do anything and everything that makes me feel better and happy. I know a few people reading this might say – ah what a self centered person! – But hey.. I don’t have anyone in particular with required mandate as of now. 😉 Till then the hero for me is just ME. 🙂 🙂

Heres hoping you find your hero too. 🙂 Cheers.



In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “To Be Resolved.”

We’re entering the final days of 2014 — how did you do on your New Year’s resolutions these past 11.75 months? Is there any leftover item to be carried over to 2015?



I have never in my whole life made a new year’s resolution. Simply because it defies my understanding as to how just one agenda in the orchestra of options to improve yourself can be singularily selected for special treatment.

Friends have encouraged me to have. But i had my mind determined not to do it. I have seen a lot of people make a resolution just to break it. A resolution is a promise to yourself to help you become better person from your perspective. When people break a promise they make to themselves i don’t understand why they make a huge fuss when someone else breaks their promise to them. If they themself break their promise, they shouldn’t be expecting the same from others.

Its better spread the different aspects of character that you wish to resolve in short terms and get through them. Than dragging it all round the year bolting towards the end to finish it.

I keep my streak of not having a new years resolution for the 20th year and happy with it.