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  • #1
    Stephen R. Covey
    “Live, love, laugh, leave a legacy.”
    Stephen R. Covey


  • #2
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Love never comes with a brochure of rules and regulations, a prospectus with guides of what is acceptable and what is abominable. It’s a standard to follow your heart, and that’s what I did and if doing that hurt you, then I’m sorry… sorry for coming in your life and wasting your time, for causing you an anguish so great that you could not bear the sight of me. Today, I am proud to stand up and honour myself and proclaim to the world… yes, I loved someone more than myself. I loved someone truly, madly, deeply!”
    Faraaz Kazi, Truly, Madly, Deeply


  • #3
    “Things don't go wrong and break your heart so you can become bitter and give up. They happen to break you down and build you up so you can be all that you were intended to be.”
    Charles Jones, Life Is Tremendous


  • #4
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Beauty is the only human aspect which cannot be captured on any canvas howsoever hard an artist tries. At the most, the undaunted artist can replicate the beauty on paper but what is a replica in comparison to the original! The humbling resemblance can only be respected, not truly adored.
    Beauty cannot be imprisoned in the lens of a camera. The images of beauty are a moment of its essence. Beauty cannot be displayed to evoke pleasure for all on a cinema screen. Those are just its imprints, mere illusions of its existence. Beauty cannot be described by words; it cannot be written or read about. There are no suitable words in all the languages of the world, ancient or modern to hold it between a paper and a pen or a script and an eye. Beauty can only be experienced from far, its delightful aroma can only be tasted through one’s eyes and its pleasurable sight can only be felt from the soul.
    Beauty can only be best described at its origin through a befuddling silence, the kind that leaves one almost on the verge of a pleasurable death, just because one chooses beauty over life. There is nothing in this world to hold something so pure, so divine except a loving heart. And it is the only manner through which love recognises love; the language of love has no alphabet, no words.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #5
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Little did I realise how much I would miss those ten minutes, those ten minutes in which I lived an entire lifetime.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #6
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Rahul did not realise the fluttering of the pigeons that so often disturbed everyone in the lab, by darting in and out of the ventilators. He did not realise the long, loud bell that went off, signalling the end of the last lecture, nor did she! They were living in the same moment, the same time, the same feeling, the same thought. Everything had slowed down to that moment. It was as if everything had stopped and all that existed were two people bound to each other by a string of feelings, two young people finally realising what life really meant and what they were supposed to do – love as one!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #7
    Faraaz Kazi
    “The skies bend, the time stops, the lanes move and the fires dance,
    It can mean only one thing that I am with you.
    You are enigmatic yet so beautiful that I have lost my sense,
    You are as immaculate as the unadulterated morning dew
    And your beauty leaves me in a mystified trance.
    I do not foresee what you and I will be
    But I promise to be with you till the rocks keep meeting the sea.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #8
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Love, he told himself, was open to interpretation like any other abstract indulgence but followed the same principles everywhere, irrespective of everything else. One, either won or lost in love, there was no bridge in between, and he decided he had lost, lost to himself, if not to her.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #9
    Faraaz Kazi
    “He had never smoked but then had he ever loved? Life made him love and love made him smoke.”
    Faraaz Kazi
    tags: love, sad


  • #10
    Faraaz Kazi
    “He did not have anything on him except her thoughts, except the good times he had once shared and the bad times he so desperately wanted to forget.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #11
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Isolation, for him, had become a basic sine qua non for existence and loneliness, his sole companion like a perfectly faithful twin. He was someone for whom even happiness would cry for, mourning the death of his sentiments and murdering the existence of his soul.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #12
    Faraaz Kazi
    “If I had a choice, I wouldn’t be here… I wouldn’t be anywhere.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #13
    Faraaz Kazi
    “It’s just the love for her in my heart that is morphing into this madness and how can I run away from it? Sometimes I want to when I can’t bear it anymore, but where will I go?”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #14
    Faraaz Kazi
    “It was not one folly that Shakespeare talked about. If Love truly is but a myriad of follies then I have committed them all, that can mean only one thing – I loved her truly, madly, deeply!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #15
    Faraaz Kazi
    “The growth of my love story had been gradual but my success had always existed and both coupled together formed a deadly combination that was detrimental to our love. I wanted people to love me. She wanted them to leave her alone.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #16
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Beneath her curls, I forget the world,
    With a mere gaze she raises my hopes of gold.
    Love is as much in her heart as in mine,
    But she doesn’t say it, her punishment so divine.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #17
    Faraaz Kazi
    “It was going to be a long, dark night but not quite as dark as it was in the abyss of his heart where there was nothing but hollowness, yet it felt heavy, almost as if someone still resided there.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #18
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Rahul had wondered how someone could love their beloved so much that their dedication to them became one of the wonders of the world.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #19
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Today many of these selfish politicians are preying on the nation itself – (belching corruption and farting discontent!)”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #20
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Politics is clearly a not so happening topic in our young blood. I could clearly see many students yawning. Some might have been discussing the new Shakira video amongst themselves, the one shown on MTV these days. Bloody donkeys, if it was a porno movie featuring an interracial orgy, their eyes might have ogled out and ears might have become sensitive to the oohs and aahs but not for causes of the nation. Hrmpf …youth power indeed!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #21
    Faraaz Kazi
    “All they do is warm their seats for their long tenures and eventually even their seats get dilapidated with the amount of money they hog in illegally and the only way it comes out is by tilting their huge pot-bellied frames to one side and emitting poisonous gases that not only depreciate their beloved seats but also the nation as a whole and then they shout ‘Global Warming.’ Hallelujah!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #22
    Faraaz Kazi
    “How strange it is that the house of these hedonic stalwarts is filled with all the luxuries of life, right from plasma televisions to Swiss bank cheque books. So how will they notice the tonnes of food grains rotting in the northern belt?”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #23
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Their hands are tied not by ropes but by the greed of the intermediaries that the system has generated, who eat up the farmer’s income while it is on its way into his hands.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #24
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Seeing her cry still made me feel the same way it did earlier.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #25
    Faraaz Kazi
    “It was as if the rare joy that had formed in my heart was replaced by a pale shadow threatening to engulf me at that very moment. Victory didn’t matter now. She did!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #26
    Faraaz Kazi
    “I wanted to wash away our past misgivings in those tears that would run from our eyes and weave a new start by folding her in my arms.
    I wanted to, but I did not!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #27
    Faraaz Kazi
    “But cocks aren’t supposed to lay eggs...” Sahil said, trying to untangle himself. “...they’re supposed to fertilise them.”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #28
    Faraaz Kazi
    “But a cock does not enter a hen… it enters a…meow-meow!”
    Faraaz Kazi


  • #29
    Faraaz Kazi
    “Grief embraced him and welcomed him back, showering tears upon his arrival.”
    Faraaz Kazi
    tags: grief, sad


  • #30
    Faraaz Kazi
    “A lie that could help someone focus on his life was better than a hundred simple truths.”
    Faraaz Kazi




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