Abhijit Gadre is a professional tea taster and blender of repute. He is also a poet and a story teller, published in different languages. Recognized as a thinker.

 
 

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Remembering His First Love As The Norwesters Blow | Bonobology

Every April when the Nor'westers strike, I remember her

Abhijit Gadre
Abhijit Gadre
Posted on : 19 Jul 2016

Abhijit Gadre walks down the memory lane and reminisces about his first brush with romance

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Abhijit Gadre Commented

30 Mar 2017

Comment :

Blame game is a lame game. Everyone makes a mistake. We must look for the future. Ten years was too long a time to understand but better late than never. Destiny is not proven on how you have lived your life, it glows after how you have shone out of it.I am happy to know that your daughter is a happily married person, why cannot you be so?

Cheer up!

I blame my husband for wasting  precious 10 years of my daughter's life and ruining all of our peace and well-being .Why did he not listen to my plea?

Our relationship ,  due to this major reason, and several  other reasons, headed towards separation- a decision taken by me.Although we stay under one roof.

Though, my daughter is happily married now, at one time, we were on the brink of loosing her due to the horrendous experience she had to undergo.

To readers, I plead, not to be judgemental while commenting here.



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Abhijit Gadre Commented

06 Mar 2017

Comment : Soulmate is a concept conveniently used to cheat your life partner or your own self. Even if you are a deep spiritual person a connection with another is fooling everyone. The best soul mate if ever be is you, your own self.

We as an individual needs a physical mate. That's nature's design. We'd like an intellectual mate. That's the need generated by our intellect, our mind. Our 'soul' supposedly transcends both, our body as well as our mind. In that case, is it required to have a mate?


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Abhijit Gadre Commented

01 Dec 2016

Comment : Thinking must not be confused with attention. Mostly a spouse when referring to thinking is hinting at attention towards him/her rather than the cognitive thinking of an individual. Thinking is the process of considering or reasoning about something. A spouse, mostly a wife is interested in attention.

Everyone knows what attention is. It is the taking possession by the mind in clear and vivid form, of one out of what seem several simultaneously possible objects or trains of thought...It implies withdrawal from some things in order to deal effectively with others.

When Raksha refers to "our" she must mean gender specific. LOL

Whenever our partners cannot handle our intensity they say 'don't think too much'..thoughts, comments people?


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Abhijit Gadre Commented

01 Dec 2016

Comment : Why add more pain to the agony of marriage?

Is it ok to completely avoid talking of the details of our past relationships? Does the past really matter enough to be spoken about?



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