Who am I? Who am I? She sang her heart out. You're a bird, a singing bird. They said and shoo her out. Just a bird? Nothing more? What's my existence about? To sing and fly, not asking why Came a loud shout. Some answer you have to find on your own because how would… Continue reading Who am I?
To all those teachers who showed me the light. 🙂
Depression devours its host. It is a symbiote to your personality. It comes in the form of thoughts but starts to become a part of you. And before you even realize, it becomes so indistinguishable from your self-image that you start to believe it's you. It’s only when you see some patterns you get to… Continue reading Depression Devours its Host
No matter which field we choose, the comparison always comes and hampers our peace of mind. Why the grass is greener on the other side, is always the concern in everybody’s mind. But is it really greener? Or, it just seems so?
From the onset of winning the sperm race, Who Will Reach The Egg First, we are in a constant state of comparison. Earlier, it was with our siblings for the parent’s love, but later, it was with everyone else for something or the other. It’s like a race which had been perfectly demonstrated in the movie 3 Idiots by Boman Irani’s character, Virus. But where is the finish line? Or, I should rather say, is there a finish line?
Well, there are many philosophies by many great minds, who have ever lived, to solve this mystery for the rest. However, it is surprising that almost every philosophy…
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It’s very essential to let bygones be bygones but sometimes the approach is different.
Sometimes you have to destroy, sometimes you have to preserve.
Today, I am going to write about the 2 words we hear almost after every tragedy in our lives,”MOVE ON”.
Is it really that simple?
Or, is it just a way to console yourself that future would be better?
Or, just like those things which are easy to say but very hard to implement?
I don’t know how many times I have said it to others, but I do remember how hard it was for me, TO SAY THEM TO MYSELF.
Saying to others is sometimes just showing sympathy; as u really care for that person. However, when you are the patient it’s a lot harder. Emotions always come in between. You know what’s right for you, but still…
It’s kind of funny and weird but that’s what life sometimes becomes, a tricky game where you know how to play but still couldn’t play that way.
The second main thing…
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One of the greatest examples of this is a cricket match. Irrespective of who wins the toss or who has the better strategy in place, the team with more heart and better execution wins almost every time. So don't get trapped in the paradigm of taking the right decision. As it often results… Continue reading Everything is about Execution
It's a dark phase, I understand. I have been there a lot of times myself. It may seems that nobody understands you. (They may not). But how would you know if you don't open? Seeking help in such times is sometimes the best thing to do. Your problems are your problems to solve, I agree.… Continue reading The Root Cause of Many Mental Health Issues
Since birth, we have been misdirected when it comes to the word talent. They, our elders (parents and many teachers) talk in terms of black and white only. Either you have it or you don't. And it leads to either acceptance or rebellion, whichever suits your most dominant nature. For years, I chose acceptance. Since… Continue reading Talent Vs Practice
Did you like it? “Like? What was there to like, dude?” No!? But I had put so much thought behind it. It would be one of my best posts in the years to come. How can you not like it? “But you didn’t put anything out there, bro.” I know. But didn't it resonate with… Continue reading I’ll Never Procras…….