Sunday, August 23, 2009
Date: Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 9:05 AM
Rainy days are the best days in a year. They are the days when kids who are usually glued to the idiot box suddenly show keen interest in physics: one can never miss the sight of kids testing the law of buoyancy. The application of science doesn't end here; the teenagers try to adapt their bikes which were built to pierce through the opposing wind into a machine which pierces through the water dividing them like how Moses divided the sea. They are the days when parents stop children from going to school. They are the days when the exams you haven't prepared for gets postponed. They are the days when suddenly everyone realizes that, the government didn't do much to avoid artificial ponds being created out of sewage. They are the days where people get to travel in boat. They are the days where relief funds worth more than the amount need to stop the damage being distributed. Finally they are the days when families sit together in a room around a candle seeing each other's faces for the first time in months.