Sunday, 17 April 2011
While walking down the staircase in hostel, I passed by the attendants desk. The newspaper lay there with a horrifying picture on the front page. A huge headline read – “8.9 Earthquake hits Japan, more than 16,000 people killed.”
I picked it up in horror and disbelief. What the heck? Only yesterday everything was fine!
It’s true. Who knows what’s coming now-a-days. Apparently a scientist claimed that doomsday is approaching with the coming of 2012. Stupid Mayan theory might actually be true. Things are so bad now that you never really know when you’re going to die. The cold regions get colder and the hot are getting hotter. I received a message from a friend claiming that the moon on the 19th of March will be 3, 56, 577 km closer to earth, one of the closest approaches in history and that we should soon expect effects like earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions.
So hey, if we really will see doomsday in 2012, you got 9 months more to make your mark as a designer in the history of earth.
Not that anyone or anything will know of it.
P.S: R.I.P to all those who lost their lives in the Japan tsunami.