Saturday, September 21, 2013

Turning One!

This year has been like a beautiful country song. And when i say that, i mean it was all-in-all melodious, laid back, happy, smiles-all-around kind of an year.

And honestly i am so grateful for it because i wasn't expecting this. But, then again, that's life. always full of surprises. and such, I love and I am just thankful because i was loosing my faith in love. And i didn't want to, because that is my only basic need for survival. And it was making me weak.

And this one year has taught me very clearly that love is all around. you cannot have it if you try to create it . it just needs to be felt, shared and nurtured. That you cannot rush the things you want to last forever. That everyday becomes a celebration and very sacrifice an opportunity to let your love grow deeper.

The celebration is not because it was hard to get here and that we finally made it. Instead, it is about how effortlessly, smoothly and in all happiness we have arrived here. it couldn't be more beautiful.

This year has given my faith back to me. it has given the strength to dream and to believe that love and music can fix anything. it has given me so many wonderful memories that will last a lifetime.

I am just so overwhelmed with all of it right now. life couldn't get any better!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Burning holes in the pocket could've never felt better!

 A sense of little pride has brought me here to write about it. 
Off late, I have been buying music from iTunes. Not downloading it although, it's an equally available option. And everytime I buy a track, I tell myself that next time i will rather download it for free. 
But, the feeling of proudly buying it without any piracy involved is so incredible that I feel like I can never go back to downloading. It's as if I've created a guilt and pollution free little library in my iPhone. 
Also, there are emotional reasons to it. As an out and out music lover, I've always felt how these songs have become a part of my existence contributing to it in some or the other way. Hence, purchasing the music legally is a token of appreciation you can offer in return and let them know that you believe in them.  Not that they need all that money but in terms of showing my respect and gratitude towards the artists I believe in. 
In all, it's a great feeling. It really is. :)