I have always thought that there was a point in life where you realized that you really don’t need a job. I have that sense today, and while I’m still finding my place in life, I am finding more and more that I am going to need to work at it.
Surdu’s a pretty common expression in Hindi. It means “surprise” or “happily ever after” and is often used to describe a romantic relationship. In English it is often used to describe a situation where you want to wait until something goes wrong in order to get it right.
Surdas Ji ki kavya is what I like to call my “secret boyfriend”. I’ve known him for a couple of months now but only just recently have I realized that I actually do need a job and I dont think I’m going to find one. I am going to need to start earning some money to live on and I dont think I’m going to be able to do it on my own.
The problem is that until you’ve lived for a while, you don’t really know or care what you want or need for the rest of your life. You also don’t have any real expectations for the future.
So, I mean that I’ve always wanted to write fiction. My dream is that I could someday be a storyteller, and become so good at it that I would be able to tell stories about my life. The problem is that for all the time that I’ve been writing, not one of my stories has ever made it into print. My stories have never been collected into a book, so I’m not sure what my next chapter will be.
I’ve never been in the position where I could do more to help create literature but I have started a website called “joint.” Joint means “a group of friends,” and we share stories, books, and movies. We also host events such as book readings, film screenings, and book signings.
Ive never been in the position where I can do more to help create literature but I have started a website called joint. Joint means a group of friends, and we share stories, books, and movies. We also host events such as book readings, film screenings, and book signings.
The site allows users to rate books, share stories and share video clips. Users can also share book reviews and film clips through a social network. The site has a growing list of followers and has recently begun accepting donations in lieu of advertising.
The name of the website is a metaphor for the joint group. It alludes to the fact that the site is a joint effort, and it’s an acronym of the words “joint work.” It seems that some of the users are also part of the joint work, but each user is free to make any contributions they want on the site without having to disclose who the members of the group are.