We all reach a stage in our lives where we think- I wish I could go back in time and correct the mistakes that I made or get a chance to do things differently. I probably go through it every second day. Nevertheless, I know that is never possible. If I did things differently I … Continue reading A Letter to My Younger Self
Get comfortable being uncomfortable- if someone suggested this to me probably six months ago, I would be like- what nonsense? Why would I ever want to that? I am very much comfortable where I am. There was nothing more I despised then CHANGE in my life. It would just come as this huge tornado in … Continue reading Comfortable being Un-Comfortable
Are today's young people afraid of committing? This is the question that popped into my head as I was watching a not so old movie (Love Aaj Kal which translates to Love these days). The story basically goes about like this- a guy and a girl meet, fall in love, enter into a happy relationship. … Continue reading The Lost Art of Commitment
Everyone desires (if not become) to be a good human being in this world full of meanness. But let's face it we live in a world drawn to negativity, ego, vanity, pride and sarcasm. I have in this short life of mine seen people being really mean to each other and for what? God Knows! … Continue reading Kindness…
When was the last time you had a meaningful conversation with someone? Think of it well. A real conversation that made you forget your time, tide and your phones. I assume that the answer for many of us would be rare. The present scenario is such that we all have lost the art of talking … Continue reading Stairway To A Real Conversation…
In a world captivated with compliance, mediocrity is sanity. People are unfortunately satisfied living up to the status quo – go to school, get a good job, get married, buy a house and have kids. If you stop and think, this life is suffocating and yet it's accepted as highly liberating. However, the ones living … Continue reading Being Crazy is the New Sane
All my years of growing up I've lived with a constant fear within me. The fear of writing, fear of talking, fear of being judged, fear of failure, fear of change, fear of getting uncomfortable, fear of commitment, fear of living basically. During my moments of doubt I would always give myself a positive self-talk … Continue reading Out of Fear!