I have this weird tendency of coming up with something to write, generally at the last moment. I tend to write letters to myself on the eve of my own birthday, which most people conceive as something dangerously close to the definition of madness (Talking to your own self – syndrome, apparently)
This is probably something similar, except for the fact that this post represents the end of a very significant year of my life. I’ve probably seen more ups and downs this year than ever, and I feel Lifesourcing deserves a broad view on 2010, or, at the very least, a proper summary.
2010 Gave me a lot of things, among them, a revival to my life. Returning to Bangalore in January was one of the moments i can never forget, specially running up to Manu (Ashish Tripathy) at college. This one person has inspired me more than all my friends put together. I can’t forget a high-rendition of Eminem’s ‘Not Afraid’. I want to thank Mr.Marshall Mathers for being my only celebrity inspiration. Later this year, i met some great friends who accepted me and made life easier for me. Thank you Rishabh,Vishal,Ridhim,Saurabh,Ankit,Gaurav,Kinshuk,Abhishek,Manish.. and everyone else at Ecity/Hosa 😉
Sahil, you were missed.
By the time i realized the routine of time and got in terms with the fact that 2010 was about to end, i found myself working at Dell, my best Corporate experience so far, and that credit goes to all my initial friends at Dell, specially Naheed, Rahil, Sachin, Harish, Ali, and all others… and of course my brilliant trainers, Priyanka and Ranjith.
Special note of thanks to Pasha-G :), for being there when i needed a friend in this new part of town.
Thanks to all my family, My cousins, Romy,Vicky didi, Mimididi, Jiju, Robidada… This one year has seen more support from you guys than ever before…
And at a last note, my ever-so-oh gratitude to my parents for accepting my decisions and helping me realize what life is all about. Ma, i hope to make you proud, real proud someday.
Baba, for you i have my favorite lyrics this year… When I’ll be older, I will be stronger. They’ll call me freedom, just like a wavin’ flag.