A perfect quote from a perfect movie “The Perks of Being a Wallflower“. This movie not only introduces us to the meaning of wallflower but brings out the timid, shy, introvert and stoic “Charlie” amongst each and everyone of us. His fear of loosing his friends, family and himself is so real. The pain endured by him when he was haunted by his past was the breaking point for me. I enjoyed and felt every part of the movie. I connected with Charlie and his pain. The feeling of infinite isn’t a vague notion. It’s a ray of hope encouraging us to fight again with our stars, it’s the soothing chirrups of little birds during sunrise telling us that life is beautiful, it’s the fresh dew drops on the leaves making us realize that it’s never too late to start again, it’s the spring showing us a new face of life and it’s like rainfall asking us to let go of the past. Hope is a tangible and a beautiful thing. Situations, people, surroundings and even loved ones may change without a proper invitation. And hope gives us strength to deal with the sudden changes in our life. It lit’s a passion of achieving impossible which in turn makes us stronger and greedy to live more. Hope and feeling of infinite go hand in hand. They are equally proportional to each other with a constant of trust and support. The movie and the book saved me and many other teenagers and I wish it continues to do so. Here’s the tunnel song from the movie for everyone. 🙂
It’s good to be back again.
This week started with a big bang 😉
Day 1 : Water Supply Engineering copies were shown and I scored good marks in it. Yay!!!
Day 2: It was the day when my professors were least bothered about their lectures.
Day 3: A day with mixed achievements, I screwed up in Concrete Structures but scored well in Principles Of Management.
Day 4: I scored good marks in Transportation Engineering too and finally I’ve started dating again.
Day 5: After a lot of net surfing I placed an online order for a very pretty dress.