In fact I gave my own instance while writing my post ‘Suddenness of incapacitation’ as an example as to how something may just erupt out of nothing visible instantly, be it in the matter of some occurrence or the other, or be it in the case of one’s own health. I find that my valued readers, I mean several of them, took it much highlighted in respect of my sudden indisposition. A reader friend of mine, K R Saini, not only expressed much of his concern for my health, he also suggested to me that I should refrain from devoting longer hours to my laptop. I am so thankful to him, but possibly he didn’t come across another post of mine in this very blog titled as ‘My romance with my laptop’. Similarly others too joined him in such reactions, more or less telling the same thing in different words. For lot many years, I have worked with an average of 20 hours a day, which stands now reduced to 12 hours a day. This reduction in itself is a respite to me. As regards ill health, those who work just for a few limited hours a day, or don’t work at all, also fall sick. Ailments have their own cycle and any one can be a victim to them any time any where. I, however, take the advices of my reader friends more seriously, and sincerely too. The large number of messages/ good wishes I have received till now are most valuable an asset for me, and I take them close to my chest. I in fact feel so overwhelmed.
I feel much better now with the good wishes of my friends and may get back to pursuing my freelance journalism as usual within a day or so. I repeat my sincere thanks to my well wishers.