Thursday, May 24, 2007


I don't remember who it was, maybe Mahesh Bhatt, who was once asked what it meant to him to be rich and he replied: "To walk into a bookstore and be able to buy any book I want."

Today I bought a book, two pairs of trousers, a necktie, some kiwifruit, some corn nuts, a bag of figs, some chocolate, a big bottle of red grape juice, a big bottle of red orange juice (yes!) , a small bottle of kiwi lime juice (toothpaste aftertaste) and a small bottle of strawberry juice.

And then I went home to have lunch.


Blogger Lazybones said...

Aha, the cocktail of all those red juices..did it taste like something red as well??

How do you usually select which book to buy? Do you go to a bookshop with a particular book in mind or whatever catches your attention?

12:55 PM  
Blogger wendigo said...

sounds beautiful. but you know if you go to second hand bookstores on the banks of the thames in london, you Always feel Rich.

after that bit of propganda, i shall scarper...

1:41 PM  
Blogger karrvakarela said...

lazybones: "How do you usually select which book to buy?

It's a bit of both. Sometimes I know what I'm looking for and sometimes I just browse through the store.

Wendigo: second hand bookshops carry that magic. have fun!

1:29 AM  
Blogger mystic-soul said...

When I started my first job on very small salary....It was like eid to go grocerry store after full day at work..I was like a king...

Its all so relative..

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Bushra said...

Which chocolate?

11:07 AM  
Blogger karrvakarela said...

Mystic soul: True, it is relative to some extent. But some of it is also about contentment.

Bushra: Cadbury's Twist and Time-Out

12:49 AM  
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