I was just browing IL and my mind picked on a particular thought that had been dwelling in me for quite some time. So decided why not write about it here. Until few years (or just months???) back, I seem to have something to share always. There were things "happening". Its not big things like, getting new job, getting married, et al. But even small things, like "You know what happened in the bus today?", "You know what happened in my office last week?"... If somebody calls me, I always have something new to tell them, to have them occupied for few minutes in the conversation. But nowadays I have nothing. I just can't remember when this change happened? I have been contemplating over it, what could be the reason? First, may be because I am getting older, all these little things finished happening? For e.g., if I miss the train today at the last minute, its a new thing. I will explain my friend how I got ready in a hurry, how I ran to the station and how disappointed I was to see the train leaving. But after 3 or 4 occurrences, I don't bother, do I? So the exciting little things had become a tiresome repeated occurrences? Or simply those little things don't excite me anymore? Second, no audience? For e.g., I can't share, "You know, I was watching a very good movie yesterday" to my colleague who would reply, "oh, Weren't you in yesterday? I didn't notice??" Third - this just makes me sad - things just aren't happening?? Though it sounds harsh, isn't it true that there might be a phase in everyone's life where things just won't happen at all. To keep up the spice in life, we just make things to happen, sit and look forward to it, and share with others once it happened?. Like posting a blog and looking forward for the comments?. "You have to make things happen" - I have heard this sentence million times, but I always map it to some big things that we consider as very very important - like succeeding in a business, that kinds stuff. Apologies for the blabberings. I am in a very strange mood today. By the way, I just posted 18th chapter of "Love Thy Enemy" - and that ends the 2nd part. Looking forward for your feedback..