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Monday, July 23, 2007

"All was well"

And thus came to end the magnificent series of books that told the story about " the boy who lived"; Harry Potter.

There could not have been another ending. Harry had to live, love and thrive. Because in his search for normalcy was entwined my own. Because I was him when he laughed and cried and loved and lost. Because as Loony put it " Things we lose have a way of finding their way back to us". Sometimes in the obvious and sometimes just like a ray of warm shine as you walk through the clouds. Harry had to make peace with his life and destiny and with it, so did I.

I'll miss you Harry. But I am glad to know that no matter what, now "All is well". As for me, Ill find another life to live.


  • amma does not understand what you write.. she thinks your writings are very depressing and is very worried.. please write something happy in an obviously happy style..i think if you stop using words like " fate", "destiny", " making peace with myself".. she would be much happier.

    By Blogger Tequila, at 9:52 PM  

  • totally agree with you, there could not have been another ending! i would have been terrified, had voldermont survived. :)

    By Blogger PH, at 1:30 PM  

  • Vidu: :)) Amma is too funny.

    PH: :) Hie ! Didn't you think it was the best of the 7 ?

    By Blogger RagzZmatazZ, at 11:11 AM  

  • I cannot stop laughing at Viddu's comment, its hilarious and Amma is too funny:)

    By Blogger Shweyta, at 12:27 PM  

  • I agree with Usha aunty.You need to cheer up.Always rather morose and depressing.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:20 PM  

  • Well I did think this was a rather optmisitic post.. It talks about All always being well :)

    By Blogger RagzZmatazZ, at 4:51 PM  

  • I guess as a mother now, my focus was on words like "fate","destiny",......making peace with myself" that you have used and it got me concerned.If you think your post was optimistic, so be it ,

    so long as you are happy ....

    Maybe like Usha aunty I do not understand what you write.Perhaps on a different wavelengh now.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:37 AM  

  • :) Your family's comments are cute - I so understand the drift. This is exactly what my li'l sis Geetu and I were talking about some time back.

    Hope you're having fun, Raaga... keep writing!

    By Blogger Lakshmi, at 11:22 AM  

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