Sometimes we have days that are absolutely normal, and yet that normality is too much to digest. Thoughts flood in, eating us up, making difficult the most trivial of tasks. But there’s always somewhere to go, someone to go to, even if we think there’s not. I got on my bike to get back home. […]Read More Let’s go home.
Good and bad. Right and wrong. How easily we define things, experiences and actions. We make our own judgements about every event and look further with that mindset, especially in case of a negative perception. While some things are undoubtedly and unquestionably vile and unforgivable, there is always a rationale behind it. All of us […]Read More The Grey Reality
Life is so eventful. Sometimes a canvas full of colors, and in others, a dull and disfigured sketch full of ridges. And despite all our efforts to enjoy and live life to the most in every moment, sometimes we find ourselves so stuck, as if we’re drowning deep, locked up in a dark box, with […]Read More The First Step: Let it Out
Give your best, and there’s nothing in this world that can stop you from achieving what you truly desire. Grown up listening and believing to this thought, sometimes we forget the play of uncontrollable factors like time, destiny or the alike. And when even our constant and honest efforts do not transform into desired results, […]Read More Failures And Faith
“Life is a race. And if you aren’t fast enough, someone will supersede you…” We all have grown up listening to stuff like that. And of course it’s completely true. Life’s indeed become this fast moving, dynamic and never-resting arena where we keep working out to do better. Better than others around. Because that’s what […]Read More Winning Together.
Graduate, settle down, get married, have kids, and happily ever after into the monotony of life. We all are supposed to plan out our future and lives in the tiniest of details. And strategize and work towards the ambitions we have. We have scheduled everything, about how our lives shall unfold. And yes, we’re prepared, […]Read More Can we really be prepared?