Dont take the tittle too seriously. I am not writing any computer programs here and this is not my first test run. Nor am I a software person with a keen interest in programming. Not my cup of tea. Definitely not (No offense to the people in this field). But its just that there is something in the air that urges to me say hello to the world out there which stands beyond our imagination and comprehension.
Today when I stepped out of my bed, I had this feeling which I have fallen in love with. A feeling that made me smile. I wanted to enjoy that moment and all the moments to come. I wanted to laugh uncontrollably just like a 2 year old child laughs when his mother tickles him everywhere. I wanted to go out in the morning sun, take a deep breath and feel the fresh air filling my nostrils. I wanted to listen to birds chirping perched high on the trees. I wanted to see a dog licking away his master. I wanted to see an old man walking with a slouched back and a walking stick but with the feeling of happiness still showing on his face. I wanted to see a romantic couple sitting on the garden bench teasing each other. I wanted to see the school kids giggling away to glory. I wanted the time to stop. I wanted to see everybody happy and content in their lives. I wanted to lose myself to this world.
But the moment had to end since I had to get ready for the office. Not once did I go out of my house to see these small joys sorrounding me. I had to go to the office and spend the entire day sitting in front of the computer making some reports and understanding them. An entire day would be spend in my cabin with my two friend, Google and Microsoft . And later in the evening I will be too tired to go out and enjoy. The days would go by and I would be busy in my life wondering what to do next and how to do. And I will continue to live (or lets say survive) this life. So, let us not forget that there still exists a world beyond the intricacies of our lives. A world which has always been there but maybe we are too busy or too blind to see it now. And so I wish to say hello to that world.