Religion.I got my parent's during my birth. But yesterday, I contemplated mine. I was roaming with my friend on Baba Kharak Singh Marg at CP (in Delhi). Seeing the glittering dome of Bangla Sahib in front, he asked me:"You love going to Bangla Sahib, don't you?" And, without any pause, I affirmed with a… Continue reading What’s your Religion? The one you got from your parents?
I was frustrated that day. So, I did what I do in those situations:Take a paper and pen and let them battle it out. But that day was different. The battle went for 6 hours. Why? Because the pen persisted with one word.No matter what the scenario, context, desire or reason was, the pen just… Continue reading One Day I did Journaling for 6 hours and…
I still remember the year.It was 2011, December. I still remember the feeling.I had lost two of my family members in October, 2011 and the two months since then were quite a journey. And then one day, I was like, I need something more than diary entries and poems to contain this feeling.But I was… Continue reading 10 Heartfelt Posts That Will Inspire you to Love, Laugh and Live
It's hard but convenient to say, 'I'M FINE,' when you are not. But it doesn't have to be that hard. It can be easy if you have the right kind of bond with people around you. Yes, you can fool many with a smile or a chuckle, but spare some by sharing the load on your… Continue reading I’m Fine!
People are afraid. People are afraid that they might get infected. People are afraid that other people would treat them as untouchables if they get infected. People are afraid of the term untouchable because we have used that term against a section of our society for a very long time. 😦 Now, people are afraid… Continue reading People Are Afraid
Coronavirus is causing havoc everywhere.People are losing jobs; some are exploiting all their savings, and some are even without a home and stranded on foreign soil. It has been over 2 months of lockdown (in India) but still, the situation is far from under control. (even though our ministers are boasting of being ahead of… Continue reading What life lessons does Coronavirus teach us?
In his commencement speech at Stanford, Steve Jobs said that facing your mortality is the best advice to have some perspective about life. And since that day, every time I face a decision, I think what would I have done if this is my last decision. The advice works. (It unveils what I really want… Continue reading What if this is my last post due to Covid-19?
No, this is not a biased article in anybody's favour. I think the whole concept of YouTube Vs TikTok lacks depth.When I was in class7th, all the students debated to be in either of the two groups: Maths or English. Maths side: What's so cool about these Shakespearian poems that make little sense?English side: Oh!… Continue reading Why YouTube Vs TikTok lacks Depth?
Content, Content, Content! From a tweet of one word to a 3-hr movie, content surrounds us.And manipulates us. Humans are highly impressionable. It doesn't need much to influence our emotions, opinions, decisions, and eventually, actions. For instance, the effect of a slap in a movie depends on its background music theme. Isn't?Tweet Yes, it's that… Continue reading Beware of the Content you Consume
If coronavirus is the lemon, then social isolation at home is the time to make lemonade." To stop the spread of coronavirus, and save yourself it's necessary to practice social distancing or isolation. But it doesn't mean that life has to come to a standstill.A lot can be done and I won't waste time in… Continue reading What to do at Home during Social Distancing or Isolation?