Radios are a huge part of our life, which I find really strange. We have radios, proper radios in every room, which are maintained and cleaned and changed every now or then. Basically, it’s a part of our life. If a room doesn’t have a radio, and someone’s sleeping in it, they’d switch on the mobile radio – a radio is in all circumstances necessary. And although I don’t notice the radios in my house a lot (I do appreciate them), I’d find it really uneasy if someone told me they had a radio in their house, or that they listened to the radio. It sounds so yesterday, even the Mobile App seems completely useless and unnecessary -for other people.
It’s 23:36 here and I’m just taking this time to appreciate radios. I usually listen to Quran, 99% of the time. It’s a comfortable, nostalgic, relaxing choice that I don’t get bored of. A room with Quran on (on the radio, not YouTube. That just makes it different) makes the room darker, and much much more relaxing and homely. It’s a great way to go to sleep too, if you’re having sleeping problems. Well, obviously it wouldn’t work for everyone, but it blocks my thoughts and puts me to sleep.
I wonder if people who work on radio channels still exist.
I want to be left in India for a month. Alone. With no nights, only fresh, early mornings.
عسى في يوم تعرف فيه كبير قدرك.