It coughed and coughed, and the passengers on the other side kept on speculating about its smoking habits until they get to know its age. Only weather and DNA can make a 5-year-old kid cough like a 50-year-old man. So whose fault is it? Well, it’s its ancestors’ fault. Note: Maybe we can’t do anything about… Continue reading Whose fault is it if a 5-year-old kid coughs like a 50-year-old man?
When I was a child there was a test on simile once. I wasn't prepared at all. So, I improvised. As brave as MY YOUNGER BROTHER TAKING INJECTION As pure as MUMMY As sour as MEDICINE As sweet as DAIRY MILK As white as WHITE CRAYON As far as NANI's HOME But she didn't scold… Continue reading When I was a Child #2
I would like to start with some confessions: I bought it because it was a bestseller in the self-help genre, and was on sale. It gained e-dust on my kindle shelf for 7 months. Uffff! Feeling so light after shedding those of my shoulder. I felt miserable for keeping such a wonderful book waiting… Continue reading Book Review #2 – Tuesdays with Morrie
Is your friend starting a new business or book? Are your siblings trying hard to make a name for themselves in art? Or, do you notice a poor boy singing on the streets to earn a living? What's your reaction towards it? 'Ahh, I think he's good' 'Hmm, she needs to point her toes correctly.'… Continue reading Don’t Hold Back
People may call it naive, or innocence, but when I was a child, I always thought that the world is alongside me: The Moon follows me. The railway tracks play with me. The trees whisper in my ears with their fluttering leaves. The river babbles and tickles my feet. And the weather gets breezy, pleasant… Continue reading When I was a Child
I just saw a post on Instagram by Deepika Padukone about her story of fighting against depression, and I would like to contribute mine to raise the awareness against depression and mental illness. Here's mine: It was not my first battle, and it wasn't the last either. However, it always motivates me to fight… Continue reading Not Ashamed
Disclaimer: If you or the ones surrounding you feel that your behavior is not normal for a considerable amount of time, or you have started to see the world as totally negative and can't understand why's and what's of life, consider seeing a doctor as soon as possible. Take a meditation course, start doing some… Continue reading Cheat Code to Deal with Depression
It's never the gift alone but the thought that goes behind it, and the love that goes with it which make it special for the receiver. That's why I write long birthday posts for my close friends and relatives. Because that's the best I could gift them: my time, my words and our memories. So,… Continue reading The Art of Gifting
"There is some magic in this book, I can't tell what." Has it happened to you that you start hearing about a book everywhere? (I'm not talking about the targeted ads or the books you browsed on Amazon/Flipkart) I don't know whether I found this book or this book found me. I was scrolling through… Continue reading Book Review #1 – Immortal Talks
An open letter to all the HR Managers and Recruiters : I hope you all are doing well. I want to thank a lot of you for helping me in different phases of my career. I remember, back in 2014, a recruiter went through my resume and suggested constructive changes which helped me in landing… Continue reading Don’t Leave Them Hanging!