A particular peculiarity that I find about life is “whenever you are sad, the time would drag itself heavily like a snail-mail, torturing you as if you are a prisoner. But the happy hour whizzes past us like a tornado. You never even realize how fast a period of happiness gets a time-out signal. And it transcends into a memory, a small memory lying amidst millions of other good and bad memories. And you complain. It’s natural for a human to complain. Instead of cherishing those memories, you complain of pain, sprain, and strain and why happy phases pass too…

Gagandeep Reehal

Author, AI Engineer, Founder & CEO, Minus Zero

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