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Had a nice looong weekend at Home! Thanks for all your wishes 🙂
Watched cricket after a long time. Simply forgot about the cricket series that’s going on!!! Till the last series,used to keep the scorecard on the desktop and never missed a chance to watch it on TV.How did I forget this…how easy it was for me….

Why am I getting this thought now : ” How easy it is to forget people?”

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
– Maya Angelou

  • Anonymous

    >the quote is so true…
    how you make them feel is forever in ur mind.

    E T E R N I T Y

  • Kangs(கங்கா)

    >//but people will never forget how you made them feel//

    100% right Krish

  • Kishna

    >Is it?…is it really true? I wonder Krish… If people dont forget how the other one made them feel, how will there be any break-ups??? I wonder Krish.. I really wonder….

  • Mithuna

    >we like others for not what they are, but how they are with us. It is very hard to forget the people, who made us to feel special 🙂

  • ru

    >but people will also never forget how you made them suffer…. :)) i know u never forget… Stanly & Appollo…

  • Prasad

    >hmm, u r lucky… i didn’t get to see the match cos of my travelling.. 🙁
    anyway, its great to see the Indian’s winning this one..
    and regarding ur thought…. i guess those ppl u forget are not worth to remember…. and don’t hold a spl place in ur heart.. thats why u forget them.. and its quite natural… i feel…
    but some ppl will alwas be close to our hearts, they r the ones we should consider not the ones we forget… jus my 2 cents.. :))

  • sweety


    hey i saw the whole day match on the fifth day (missed b4 four days match) …really its great winning the test serious…juss coz of kumble…:)

    ur quote is true….

  • Krish

    forever in ur mind or forever in *their* mind 🙂

    If I agree with Kangs..what’s the answer i give to Kish…
    Kish…can’t comment on breakups…but they’ll never forget who made them feel..i guess…

    ..not for what they are..hmmm..but for …”how they r with us”…, but “what they are” is the real TRUTH right?? They can make us special for sometime..not not always..when go get to ther original self..isn’t it???

    Hai machi…reading my blog huh…looks like u want me to write ur adventures…next urs only..what’s ur fiancee’s email ..lemme know :)..there’ll be loads of fun..:))))))))))

    Thanks for the frank too agree….why don’t u get ticket to b’lore match..:))

    yeah..match was good..thanks..

  • Akruti

    >Its not easy to forget ppl Krish,ya,what counts is what is that person to u,if he or she means something then it is difficult to forget,or say impossible to forget,ya,but it will be pushed away from our thoughts for time being with lots of effort,but then it will be back in the form of memories:)))

  • Nth Dimension

    >I guess what Maya Angelou meant was that, even if people lost touch or not in contact, what they remember the most is the feelings, and not the words or actions.

    And thats probably why it does not apply to relationships where people are in touch and contact with one another.

    And even if you want to extend her analogy to break-ups, remember that break-ups are initiated when those old feelings of good are being replaced with the newer feelings of not-so-good or bad.

  • Twin-Gemini

    >One of my friend has it recorded. I might see it this weekend. The problem over here is it comes at odd timings, usually nights.

  • Sangeeta

    >People usually have a short memory when it comes to remembering good things..but they are good at holding on to unpleasant memories of how u made them feel..

  • Anonymous

    the quote is so true….people forget each and everything but remembers what you did for them….

  • Sudhir Parasuram (Lakkaraju)

    >I agree with daph’s understanding of the quote. It’s more like people remember the feelings/emotions rather than the actual instance/action. It’s those memories and feelings that you cherish more, not necessarily the individual deeds – though that’s more of a generalization.

    In general, we think “wow, my relationship/bonding with that person is good/bad/…” rather than “those are the particular instances that make xyz good/bad to me”. The generalizations stay on and are easier to recollect rather than the specifics.

    Ok, now I’m rambling 🙂