Project Musing (Part II)

Phew! We thought we would never return from the self imposed hiatus. This project started out just as a fun exercise between me and my best friend, but the response we got for the part one was motivation enough for us to come with the second part of Project Musing. With a lot of procrastination and jamming sessions we were finally able to come up with these musings.

If you missed out on the first part of the project then here is a link to the first part.

The Process (Duh….):

One of us would initiate, the other one would proceed with the second line and the initiator would terminate. Sometimes it was unexpected, on other times, the meaning completely changed. Sometimes we pooped over the endings, and sometimes shit got so real, we stared at it in disbelief, were it really us who wrote it? But you don’t have to worry we bring you the choicest of the musings (just the way lays claims it brings its chips).

We hope you all readers would love this second version of the project as much as you loved the previous one. We really hope that this one is a bit better than the previous one. So put on a warm blanket and sip away your hot chocolate as you read these ones. If you relate to any of them or would love to know the story behind them then comment away and maybe give us a clap if you really feel like clapping for any of them.

Go make a child happy today. You don’t have to be a social worker to do that. Children don’t have access to education in this country and we talk about bullet trains. This sorry state of affairs can be changed by YOU and not the government.
Kudos for taking a brave decision! In our country, everybody puts science on the highest pedestal. Some great soul (Albert Einstein, notice the irony?) said that “Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb trees, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”. Societal pressure and preconceived notions cause a child better suited for the humanities to pursue science. Amidst all this brouhaha over science, some people manage to realise their full potential and change streams before it’s too late. (But it’s never too late). Respect!
This one is for our readers who also are fans of gore. Not everything has an Edward-Bella ending, right?
It’s the world of millennials. Who knows what their memories are gonna be woven up of! Every once in a while, whenever you see a child playing in the park, your heart reaches out to your fine and dandy past, those “good ol’ days” when airplanes in the night sky were like shooting stars.
Somethings never change in life. A child who was told its grandmother is now living among the stars will always look for her even when they grow up every time they look up in the sky and see a shining star.

So this was the second set of Musings that we managed to compile and upload after lots and lots of procrastination, hope you liked it this time around too and a special thanks to Radha Parikh who is actually the co-author of this article. We hope to bring out the third part with out this long of a hiatus. So keep an eye out for the next part too.

DFTBA!

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