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Phoenix tagged me- list five of your obsessions. It actually gave me an opportunity for self-introspection .So thanks to her !!
# Blogging : Needless to say why its on top of the chart. I blog to live and live to blog. My life began on blog and will end on it. Blogger has been a life support system. In fact,
What is life if full of care,
There is no time to blog and share !

Readers, are you convinced or should I go on ?
# Internet: A lifeline for me. I get terribly disturbed if I cannot get online according to my sweet will. After all, it’s the key to my biggest obsession. And everything’s just a click away, unlike the real world- the world where we struggle for existence.
# Reading: My earliest obsession. I have less of clothes and more of books. I wish I had all the books of the world at hand and would spend all my life reading them. But I always try to separate the chaff from the grain and taste, chew, swallow and digest them according to their importance.
# Music : Listening to music is the in-thing now. Wherever you go, you will always find two ears with headphones plugged in them. Well I’m not on that boat, but I’m obsessed with music. Sometimes I feel if I had devoted some time and energy to it, I could have made it my profession. But no regrets. I can listen to it anyways. Music and me are inseparable.

#Simplicity : I’m a simple person and I think the world is simple too. Thing that appears complex is actually a conglomeration of many simple units. So I divide all complexities into fundamentally simple parts and lo and behold ! the complexities vanish. Maybe its not a perfect strategy but surely practical.
Readers, did you enjoy these obsessions of mine ?
I tag : Pooja ( I wanna tag you again!!), Abhishek SiM (You must do this ,my angel brother..), Harshita (My greatest admirer on blogger) and Rocky .


Mithe said…
Yay! am first to comment-I could identify with all of them Anwesa-those are true and really really good answers(I feel it-lolzzz)
ANWESA said…
thanx dear!!!
Priya said…
Thaz cute straight from the heart.
Hemanth Potluri said…
cute answers anwe ..those are from the heart :)...keep smiling and bloggin :)..

ANWESA said…
thanx 4 reading!!!
Ria said…
hey interesting to knw ur obsessions. :) And it was so direct dil-se! :P
oo7 said…

all of those are mine too.
ANWESA said…
thanx 4 reading!!!!
ANWESA said…
thanx dear!!!
Harshita said…
Mujhey sharam aa rahi hain... :(

Mainey puraana tag hi nahi kiya abhi tak..

Haaye Rabba!! galti ho gayi...

par.. ab mujhey do tag karney hi karney hain...jab tak tag nahi... tab tak post nahi...

Yeh tag hi mera obsession hain iss week ke liye...hehehe
ANWESA said…
aagey badho,hum tumhari pratiksha mein hain..
Lena said…
lovely, cute, honest... :)
Good one!
ANWESA said…
thanx dear!!!!!!

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