Saturday, January 14, 2012

From ‘Notes from a Small room’ by Ruskin Bond

Happiness is as elusive as a butterfly, and you must never pursue it. If you stay very still, it might come and settle on your hand. But only briefly. Savour those precious moments, for they will not come your way very often.

Contentment is easier to attain. The best example is the small ginger cat who arrives on the balcony every afternoon, to curl up in the sun and slumber peacefully for a couple of hours. There’s nothing like an afternoon siesta to help mind and body recuperate from the stress and toil of a busy morning.


Pesto Sauce said...

I am a fan of Ruskin Bond, best story teller for youngsters

avantika said...

Dude,now a days,only a handful of people read and love Ruskin bond.Everybody goes for durjoy dutta or chetan bhagat,etc.And I love you for being a ruskin bond fan.he is awesome and you are super awesome for liking him