This morning’s The Hindu had this very interesting article about the clock towers in many places in Hyderabad. Hyderabad for those who do not know, is the home town of my late wife where our son was born. I have a special attachment to the city for having started my official working life there and having met my late wife there.
I can vouch for one thing about Hyderabad. Time did stand still there for me on many occasions.
As a matter of synchronicity, this cartoon appeared in this morning’s Pune Times. Please click on the image to get a larger resolution.
6 thoughts on “Where Time Stands Still.”
As you know, time doesn’t stand still for me. It goes zipping along.
And may it continue to be so.
I try to fit in as much – in my allotted time “envelope” without pushing my “spoons” to a bad level = read: overdid it, need to replenish said “spoons” and not unfold the “envelope to explore said contents…”
And I think that is about all that all of us do too Cathy.
I’d love to ‘time-freeze’ some precious moments in my life. I suppose we should be happy we have cameras and tapes to record our most happy times. I regret that I didn’t tape voices of my loved ones when they were younger—it would be wonderful to hear those voices now! Reminds me of Jim Croce’s song, “Time in a Bottle”. It’s on my mind today, as I read your post, Ramana!
That is a very touching comment STLF. Thank you.
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