Today I probably lost something. I lost something that was probably never mine. I know it sounds incomplete, confused; it really is. I’m confused, the story is incomplete. I don’t know if I just lost it. I don’t even know if it was mine to lose.
Sometimes you dream. Your dream then dies. And then you dream again. Today, I lost something because I had dreamed. My dream was stabbed in the heart because I had dreamed once. Dream within a dream is only possible in Inception. In reality, you can only dream one after another. And sometimes, the first incomplete dream comes back haunting you and kills anytime you dare dream again.
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Bermuda triangle has always fascinated me. I used to hear stories of ships and planes disappearing when they enter that specific area called Bermuda Triangle. I used to think, ever since I studied the many levels of earth, that Bermuda triangle was the direct lead to center of the earth. I still don’t know for sure. But I sure do know that I myself live in a Bermuda triangle as long as the following picture is concerned.
It wasn’t until recently when I started going out and meeting with friends (whom I acquired from Android Kothon, a new website I launched about 8 months ago). However, I still feel that my everyday is circled around bathroom, bedroom and my computer (which also happens to be in my bedroom). I do like to go out. In fact, I like to travel and take photos. But the fact that travel comes with expenses holds me back each time.
In any case, I would love to get out of Bermuda triangle I’m living in. Not that any victim who ever fell in Bermuda triangle (the real one) came back alive, but I’m hoping to break the triangle since it’s not [luckily] the real one.
Oh, in other news, I have my Higher Secondary Certificate exam starting from April 1. Please do pray for me. I haven’t been studying a lot even with this life-changing exam ahead of me.
These past few days have been incredibly warm and humid. Agreed, it’s not officially summer yet. But this month in bengali calendar is called Chaitra and is known for way too hot weather just before summer storms hit the surface. At least, that’s the kind of nature Bangladeshis have been experiencing.
Just before the weather turned incredibly hot, a couple of my friends and I used to hang out at a few select coffee zones and restaurants for a light evening meal. Most of the time that’s french fries, sandwich and chicken burgers. But at the end of each meal, we never forgot to order something ice-cold.
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If you’ve been searching on Google for long enough, chances are, you are aware of what Google Doodle is. Celebrating various occasions, Google changes its logo in accordance to the occasion and updates it on its homepage and search result pages. But never before did it feature Bangladesh’s various occasions on its homepage until today.
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