I spend a lot of time travelling to and back from office and during all  these times, the radio on my phone has been one humble companion. I like it better than my music player. Radio has its own charm. A typical weekday starts with me hopping into a bus and plugging my ears with the earphones and tuning into one of the radio stations.
 
The radio has always proven to be a loyal companion since my college days. I feel listening to the radio is like being with a person who understand your emotions very well. It has always cheered me up with lovely songs when I have needed them the most. It has made me realize the meaning of life by playing the touching, soulful songs. It has also made me sad by playing  songs that can make me cry every time I listen to them. It has made me crazy and freaked out by playing those meaningless songs that a few composers are known for.It has made me sing and dance though I am not very good at either of them. It has made me smile and laugh by playing all those sweet-nothings that people have to say to the love of their lives. (Yeah I still remain to be a die hard romantic. I still love the feeling of love though I myself haven’t found the love of my life yet 🙂) .
 
Another thing I like about the radio is the fact that it is so close to real life. People share their experiences and yet can remain anonymous to the world. Many a times listening to these people speak and share their experiences helps you solve your life’s problems. There is an instant connection between you and the person on air and the best part is that there are less chances of being  judgmental because most of the times we judge another person by what we see and not by what we hear.
 
Cheers to the RJs who have to wag their tongues constantly for keeping us entertained 🙂 I wish the time comes soon when you guys get the same recognition as our television artists because you are no less. A special mention here, thanks a lot MJ Prithvi ( For people who don’t know him, he is one of the RJs on 94.3 Radio One, Bangalore and his is the show I listen to every morning) for being a complete entertainment package. Great job dude. Rock On!!!
pooja

 

 

12 comments on “Music to the ears…”

  1. Good one Pooja…felt as thou I was reading my own thoughts…Radio indeed has been my most beloved companion since college days…be it in a public bus or an office cab..Radio is wot I have always preferred than a walkman playing a set of listed songs or the gossips of colleagues.. 🙂 Ur write-up made me think of going back to working from office, just to be able to listen to radio!!

  2. I agree with you “…most of the times most of the times we judge another person by what we see and not by what we hear. what we hear.” To add to above point most of the times we judge another person by what we see and not by what we feel.Keep penning your thoughts, reading it feels like doing introspection.

  3. I agree with you “…most of the times most of the times we judge another person by what we see and not by what we hear.” To add to above point most of the times we judge another person by what we see and not by what we feel.Keep penning your thoughts, reading it feels like self introspection.

  4. @ Anonymous: Hmmm..true. We judge people most of the times based on the views we get from others. Uhh..introspection eh? Ahem..then I am on the right path. I introspect a lot..so proves my blog is just being like me:) I take it as a compliment. Thanks:)

  5. Yes indeed I gave you compliment. I am not good at jotting down my thoughts but I get to read similar thoughts through your blog.

  6. @ Anonymous: When I was writing this post, I thought Mr. Anonymous is going to comment on the part 'People share their experiences and yet can remain anonymous to the world. ' :p Jokes apart..I really appreciate the fact that you follow my posts regularly and always comment on it:) Means a lot..Thanks again:)@ Sunita: Forgot to show my appreciation . Am really pleased and glad that you follow my blog regularly. Like you know,for a blogger, nothing matters more than receiving comments from his/her readers.Thanks a ton Sunita:)

  7. I personally always preferred my personal music player to the radio.But yep,the radio did keep me entertained whn I was in school,when I had no music player.Your post brought back those memories…:-)

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