Introspection of the Introvert
1. It is almost my 50th blog post. 2. Today is almost the 1st birthday of my virtual blog. 3. Today my real blog almost turned 6 months old.
Getting to the point straightaway... My blog has two birthdays: One in February end (when it formally came into existence) and the other in September end (when the first post came into being). Notably, both all three of my initial claims are only approximately true. But I don't care! It is still a very special day (because I say so).
I still remember the day when I got the first comment on my first post The Mound of the Dead by Dietlind Wagner. The ecstasy, the happiness, the pride. From then onward did start the journey that never looked back in time.
The blog as it stands today, has its own story to say...
Firstly, the name of the blog... "When Introvert Speaks" was inspired from my earlier pen name on the blog of our batch - 'Introvert'. I wish I could provide you with the link to the blog, but sadly we lost the blog in an unfortunate accident. The title of the blog "Random Thoughts" should be perceived as "Thoughts of Random". The name "Random" is my nick name in the hostel. More on 'Random' here.
Secondly, I would like to admit that the blog as it stands here has contributions from several people in various ways. 1. My friend Subhradeep - my travelling mate. Without him, this blog would not be as colourful as it is now. 2. My fellow bloggers in college - Mohit, Priyom and Vaibhav. Even if I am the more popular of them :P; they are more experienced and better bloggers than I am (That's what I feel). They are one of my primary sources of inspirations for the blog.
Lastly, I would like to look back at some of experiences blogging. The first thing that comes into my mind is that I have a huge number of friends now. There are people whose blogs I look forth to read. And that 'world is a beautiful place with wonderful people around' has expanded its meaning for me.
I do realise that I had made promises which were never fulfilled (regarding the upcoming posts after the exams last year). To defend myself, I would say that, my failure should be pardoned on the grounds of me being a student (I can very see the flaw in the argument right away) and upon that a physics student (lazy).
One of my friends from Sri Lanka (Mekala Rodrigo) had described my blog as "Random thoughts from a Physicist about everything but physics". I would like to add upon the 'everything but physics' part. Whatever I write is largely inspired by physics. I believe that physics, in its heart is not equations, jargon and weird names. It is more of a philosophy, an art and an attempt to admire nature. It is nothing but a very neat series of arguments in the quest to understand nature.
That's all for the day... Hope to see your comments soon. Namaskar!
(I have finally decided to revert back to my original tagline, which I used in an earlier blog)
Let the randomness of the universe increase forever...
You should have queries regarding the tagline. Questions regarding it are
not most welcome...