In this course of commuting, every day, I’d see hundreds of people, some 30-40 random faces

Keywords: COVID , CROWD , DELHI , DELHIMETRO , HUSTLE , LIFEINAMETRO , LOCKDOWN , MUMBAI , MUMBAILOCAL

I think life– a year ago was mostly about walking. Going on and on and on, to the next thing. When a day had events and life, all of it, seemed to be moving. Literally, a phase about being in making and breaking. That nice beautiful road in the gif that I walked every day, mostly alone and sometimes in company of friendly faces led me to the station where I’d again see hundreds of people, loaded in coaches, taking a journey to different destinations, from the same place I stood at. Same happy, sad, tired, dreamy, sleepy random faces. Some familiar faces with different expressions, every day. Amongst all these faces, to me, mine felt like a kid’s. Moving from relatively a smaller city to a big one and then to a bigger one, most of my time while commuting was spent observing. And when my day concluded, I’d come back home, sit and talk to myself how it is not the life I dream to live.

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I hate technology. So naturally I created a blog.

Creativity, Healing, Humor, Technology, Transitions

Katrina Freitag

If I had it my way I would be running around the world without having to abide by intentions or boundaries.As beautiful as my mind is, it has created dis-ease for me most of my life without me realizing it. Now, I am trying on the understanding that my mind and all its creativity is here to work with me for the purpose of my soul’s greatest desire for expression. I’m writing this blog because I don’t know what else to do right now, because every time I have and idea and am ready to get jamming my body is like HAHA PSYCH! (Chronic illness is really fun.) I wanna scream at my Mr. Miyagi soul, telling my inner grasshopper to be patient so I don’t keep jumping around the field until I get chopped up by a weed wacker. This almost happened on several occasions before I learned how…

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