• Rohit Pansare


“Fight Club is a 1999 American film based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk. The film was directed by David Fincher and stars Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter.”-wikipedia



Why the sudden interest? Well I just finished seeing it. It’s a little too much to take, if you ask me.Two hours of total MAYHEM. But those of you who have seen it…..know that ‘The first rule of Project Mayhem is: You do not ask questions’.



After watching the movie, I felt like talking about it, writing about something. Writing about what? I still haven’t figured that out. I have always been in a confused state of mind. I have always thought that this has got to do, with the way that I am made up. But that’s not entirely true.



There are a lot of things that go around, which I don’t understand. It seems, I have taken it upon myself to solve each and every mystery that presents itself before me. I have a feeling I can attain that or a part of it atleast by pursuing this invisible task with all my heart, mind and soul.It makes me wanna do things that I could have never imagined. Sadly I also end up ‘not doing’ many things.



I have, however realized that I have very less time, and postponing things is not gonna work in my favor. No I am not sick or dying or thinking of dying. I understand that whatever I have is more precious than what I don’t have.



Learning . Learning is a difficult task, exciting but difficult.What is learning? ‘The cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge’. But that also means that the knowledge, that there is more to learn, can be only achieved thorough more LEARNING.



For now I can only write so much. If this note has managed to confuse you, then thank you for reading the whole thing, but let me clarify that without confusion, our world would not be the way it has come to be. The unending quest to clear the confusions in our brain is what keeps us ticking, creating an illusion of growth. We never stop being kids, bumbling, falling, getting up again. We just start believing in something different. Something that was there all along but was masked by a veil of ignorance, absurdity, MAYHEM.



For those who have grasped this absurdity….Welcome to MY Project MAYHEM. But remember the first rule in my project MAYHEM is : You always ask questions!



au revoir….



PS: This is not a movie review…however I do recommend Fight Club

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  • Rohit Pansare

The thing about writing is that you never know when you might get the urge. Its like one moment your flushing the toilet and something comes out (pun not intended). But its always good to write, put pen on paper, fingers on the keyboard, thumbs on the phone keys. It relieves a lot of stress.

But sometimes you want to write so badly and nothing comes out. Theres this empty hollow feeling. You feel its not in you to make something happen. Something so simple like putting your thoughts down. At such times an experience, an interaction with someone or even a silent cup of tea in an remote corner of some place does the trick.

And sometimes…THUD…you hit a wall, like the one I hit now. What am i writing? Is it making sense? Will people read it? What will they say? Will they like the stupid joke I cracked in the first line? ooof(sigh) So many questions about people. Its as if I am writing for them and not for me. Well I am. I want to know what people like. I want to know how to crack better jokes. I want to be free…(another song by Queen that blasted in my mind…sorry for the interruption). That is for what we are here for, to interact (I love acting by the way, someone please give me some role in a play or a movie…) !.

So I end this with a prayer.

‘I thank thee lord, for thy precious gift, thy brain is working fine and I am taking good care of it. Thy helpers-my friends keep it well oiled, and help it to rest when it needs. Hope thy light shines on them all and me-like it hath all along. I know your watching, so I await your ‘LIKE’ on thy own fb. Give me, thy humble servant, the stage to write and to interACT better, after I leave thy own CEPT”

– Thy humble servant

PS: My notes are getting bigger…Thanks man…I mean LORD, I thank thee…!! _/\_


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  • Rohit Pansare

The thing about writing is that you never know when you might get the urge. Its like one moment your flushing the toilet and something comes out (pun not intended). But its always good to write, put pen on paper, fingers on the keyboard, thumbs on the phone keys. It relieves a lot of stress.

But sometimes you want to write so badly and nothing comes out. Theres this empty hollow feeling. You feel its not in you to make something happen. Something so simple like putting your thoughts down. At such times an experience, an interaction with someone or even a silent cup of tea in an remote corner of some place does the trick.

And sometimes…THUD…you hit a wall, like the one I hit now. What am i writing? Is it making sense? Will people read it? What will they say? Will they like the stupid joke I cracked in the first line? ooof(sigh) So many questions about people. Its as if I am writing for them and not for me. Well I am. I want to know what people like. I want to know how to crack better jokes. I want to be free…(another song by Queen that blasted in my mind…sorry for the interruption). That is for what we are here for, to interact (I love acting by the way, someone please give me some role in a play or a movie…) !.

So I end this with a prayer.

‘I thank thee lord, for thy precious gift, thy brain is working fine and I am taking good care of it. Thy helpers-my friends keep it well oiled, and help it to rest when it needs. Hope thy light shines on them all and me-like it hath all along. I know your watching, so I await your ‘LIKE’ on thy own fb. Give me, thy humble servant, the stage to write and to interACT better, after I leave thy own CEPT”

– Thy humble servant

PS: My notes are getting bigger…Thanks man…I mean LORD, I thank thee…!! _/\_


#blog #writers #writersblock #writing

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