Am a person with ambitions and dreams…though I try to keep a practical approach towards life at all times but in my hearts of heart…am a dreamer…

Am just someone who can be described to be made of memories and phrases…someone who lives life in each day and in many phases!!!!

Though am a people’s person, I enjoy my own space and often like to get lost in the throes of reading, music and movies. Travel, whether actually being able to do so or even to learn about new places, consumes me.

Even in the darkest of hours, when things seem to be going haywire, the little voice within me never ever gives up on hope.

A firm believer of ‘ask and you shall get it…but just ask’ is one which keeps me going!!!!


33 Responses to About

  1. piyushpujara says:

    Nice Thinking..And Lovely Smile..

    Be happy and make other Happy..


  2. i think we’re all dreamers; it’s just that some of us spend half our lives trying to remember our dreams instead of living them. thanks for liking my poem.

  3. monishc says:

    Really liked your blog!.. Nice ya.. Hope you get going and continue…it..

  4. Night Owl says:

    Thanks for dropping in on my blog. I’m glad I’ve found yours.

  5. Prasad says:

    Just happened to run into your blog. You have got a beautiful space running here. Loved some of your write-ups. Its very subtle . I guess I will be hanging around here a lot. 🙂

    • oh am so sorry, i thought i did reply much earlier. well thank you so much for reading my work and being appreciative of it too. it is humbling and makes me full of gratitude. though i admit, i havent written much in the recent weeks, i hope i do.

  6. Mike says:

    Congratulations, in recognition of the high standard and quality contributions of your blog I take great pleasure in nominating you for the Liebster Award. This award is designed for bloggers with less than 200 followers. The rules are:
    1. Share eleven facts about yourself with your fellow bloggers.
    2. Make sure to answer the eleven questions posed.
    3. Ask eleven questions of your own.
    4. Nominate eleven bloggers for this award.
    5. Notify the people you have tagged.

    Your eleven questions:
    1. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?
    2. If you were awarded the Nobel Prize in literature would you look back on that as the best moment in your life?
    3. If you could meet any public figure (past or present) who would it be? Why?
    4. Best British actor?
    5. World’s best painting?
    6. Religion – relevant or dated?
    7. Vegas or Venice?
    8. Would you accept a free holiday in North Korea?
    9. Why are there interstate highways in Hawaii?
    10. What educational qualification does the President of Syria hold?

  7. hi! i love your poems. great writing. 🙂

  8. prozhizn says:

    Positive words and thoughts are always welcome 🙂

  9. dear momentmatters,
    thank you so much for bestowing me with your kind award. this is my first time ever and i am out of words as to what to say (guess, it happens to a first timer 😉 ) or even know as to what happens next 😛
    am humbled, excited, embarrassed, thrilled, blushing, smiling by this precious honour.
    thank you once again…yippie!!! yayyyyy!!! (never thought would see this day…)

  10. Moment Matters says:

    Hello, how are you?

    Good news, we are giving you the “BEST MOMENT AWARD“. Congratulations and enjoy the rest of the day!

  11. Mike says:

    I congratulate you on having a clear concept of who you are – that is a great launching pad for success. Line 5 – ‘throws’ should be ‘throes’; don’t worry, most people get caught out by homophones, myself included. When you are a famous poet you will have an editor to take care of these trivialities.

    I often refer to this excellent guide when I am in doubt about any aspect of this wonderful but complicated language of ours http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Writing/

    • I thank you for your appreciation and keen observations. It is very gratifying to have someone help you to better your work. Many thanks for the insights shared. (It is very humble of you to include yourself in my level of petty errors.) Look forward to more.

  12. Feels great to know someone so lively and truly inspirational. You rock!


  13. Omg..u are awesome ;)..very well written and you seem so much like me ..

  14. imthatkay says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and having a read. I look forward to seeing more of your poetry. It’s all very pretty and I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read so far!

  15. Doug Cleverley says:

    Never, ever, ever, give up on hope! It isn’t always easy, but it is essential. Thank you for visiting my blog, and I look forward to reading more of yours.

    • Thanks Doug…I hope I never ever give up on hope and as you said…it isn’t easy but it is imperative. Thank you for kind advice and am humbled by your appreciation!

  16. Heather says:

    Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog! I struggle to maintain hope but I can relate to what you write about enjoying your own space and getting lost in reading, music, movies. Those are the things that really sustain me sometimes. Best wishes for 2013!

  17. Mili Lalwani says:


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