I have always wondered about the condition of the human mind while the body is sick. So many new health resolutions are made, promises to do this in a different way, to quit that to prevent harm to the body etc. I have been sick for 5 days now, and instead of getting better, I … Continue reading Sick Days
I think in the routine-grind of every day, we all forget to tend to our own needs, wants and desires. With a hectic lifestyle, and no rest for the entire week, we get so drained and most of us don't even notice it. That's why I have decided to start doing at least one thing … Continue reading Making The Day Count
Ah, another Monday is here. Mondays world-wide have now claimed the Crown of Blues, thanks to their ill-timed placement after the coveted weekend. It's all psychological, but everyone seems to be suffering from the same problem. I think that all of us are just so caught up in what other people think about us, or … Continue reading Daze
I wrote this letter to my self on 10th October at 3 a.m. in the night while going through a tough week and it instantly made me feel better. Posting it here in the hope that it might help others too. Cheers! Dear Self, I know there are days when you have no idea what … Continue reading Letter to Self for the Difficult Days
I read this interesting Instagram post today by Collective Evolution that read: "If all religions teach peace, why can't all religions achieve peace?" I think the biggest obstacle to achieving peace is that all religions stress more on the practices and rituals, rather than the philosophies behind them; another very potential reason is that we … Continue reading Reading Between the Lines
Abuse. We have all heard that word, some of us have lived it and some of us have made someone live through it. We all have at some point heard the stories of those who have lived it, but I want to talk about those who have made someone live through it instead. Our society … Continue reading Cry for Help
Have you wondered why, us human beings have taken more pride in being feared rather than being loved? Is it because of our own fears that we feel like we have triumphed over Fear itself when we get a fearful reaction out of someone or something else? I remember reading a newspaper article a couple … Continue reading To Be Feared or To Be Loved?
She sat in the cab, butterflies in her stomach, her gut churning with anticipation and anxiety. The winds sang hymns of change through the window of her chariot, hymns of optimism. As she reached her destination, her fears melted away, as if This was a homecoming, not a new level of Life. She sat in … Continue reading One Day