Journal #18

Day 18. March 31st.

“I didn’t get there by wishing for it or hoping for it, but by working for it.” – Estee Lauder

Today are multiple events! It is the last day of the month, It is a Sunday, It is the last day of the Financial Year 2018-19, and it is also the last day of practice of the farewell dance for college seniors (no seriously).

And yet, the fact that it was a Sunday covered up any of the other events. After waking up, meditated, then yoga and also freelectics. Finally some freelectics is back! Read a few news articles and then continued to read the book Discipline equals freedom (almost done with the book!)

There were a couple of relatives who came to have lunch, it feels just different when you are surrounded with people and talk about random things.

Then there is the IPL2019 (Indian Premier League) that was coming, so watched the match. Quite frankly in many games these days you can’t predict who will win the match. Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) played amazingly well today!

In the evening, went for a drive. It is always so relaxing to have some alone time and think nothing. This is one of the best feelings of the day.

On the bright side, I feel this Sunday proved more productive than any of the Sundays this year. This is a record!!

Royal Challengers Bangalore loses yet another match

#ViratKohli #Cricket #sports #IPL #RCB #GujaratLions #India

After losing yet another match, RCB captain Virat Kohli said that two-three players can’t win the match for the team every time. A team should push together, rather than depending on a few players to out-perform every time. Kohli also mentioned that the team needs to play positive cricket and individuals should accept responsibility.

RCB endured another curshing defeat, this time at the hands of the Suresh Raina’s Gujarat Lions, who notched up a seven-wicket win with 6.1 overs to spare to revive their IPL play-off hopes.

Kohli also praised Gujarat Lions player Aaron Finch who scored a great 72 runs in just 34 balls, and contributed significantly in reaching the 135 target score.

Read the full article here

Well, this is tough for RCB, however I am sure the encouraging words from their captain will motivate them to play better.