I am a girl in my early twenties and hereon will be talking to you as Sahasra on this space. A space that i can call mine, my blog. Everything i write here is mine and if it isn’t mine, i credit the author and share the thought. I have to admit that though i am new to blogging, I’m not new to writing. Everything i have written until now is either for exams or for my personal diary. But being the good and vivid reader that i am, i thought i should give writing/blogging a try. This seems to be the most secure way to share my thoughts with the world, without being worried about others judging me. No matter how much i like writing on a real book with a pen or pencil, it is always risky when you pour your heart out in a book and anybody with access to it can dive deep into your heart and soul.
I choose word press because back home almost no one knows about this site. And i hope to be anonymous forever but since i am into writing this blog, i know that sometime or later people are going to see my posts or writings. But i wish i do not get noticed, at least not by people around me until i have the courage to introduce my blog to them. I know, it is a bit strange that i want the world to read my thoughts but not the people around me. You must have already noticed this conflict in my own thoughts. That is what i am, “a confused soul”. So here i just want to let my confused thoughts flow on the screen, and leave me in a stage to take decisions or at least clear my mind of the thoughts that never seem to leave me.
And when it comes to the real intro, I am a girl from India who loves reading. It is not only about books, anything will do(like blogs, articles, newspapers, comics etc). Reading has always been my favourite since I was a kid and eventually that got me into writing too. Also, I love watching movies and TV shows. Tell you the truth, I am actually crazy about movies and books. These are the only things I do whenever I am free and I never get bored doing these. I graduated in Computer Sciences & Engineering and have landed up in a software job right after college. Though i hated my job many times in this one year, I respect the job for the economic independence it gave me and for the confidence it instilled in me to go ahead in the IT industry, which I never had before. And when it comes to my family, it is just the normal Indian middle class household with working parents and two kids. That’s it for introduction i suppose. Bye. Have a nice Monday.