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The lucid dreamer
The lucid dreamer | 🇮🇳 India

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Fyodor Dostoevsky once wrote, “How can one live and not have a story to tell?” The story, this story is kinda decades old. My father use to work with a magazine back in 80’s and this passion of just meeting new people and taking their interview. Write blogs about things and people writing them back is what he still has and what he still lives for. Well, internet came into his life and to the world very late and back in 80’s he use to receive great amount of letter from different parts of the world and till date I am fascinated by that thing. With time, I grew up and happened to get the habit of writing letters but in this fast pacing world, letters are outdated but I believed that there are still people who are old school; there are still people who want to know the story of a pure stranger and nothing major. Just how their day went and if there is something that they wanna share. An ear is what we all truly want and SLOWLY has provided such a great platform. The functions and the ways of deliveries and the large amount of people that I connect with and tell them how my day went or just at times listening to how the color of the sky is at their place. Well, in the lowest point of my life, just a small snippet from the life of someone, who are miles away make me happy and if we aren’t on this planet to just spread happiness, then what are we here for?

Thanks a lot, Slowly.

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