It is all in your head, they say. There is no lump inside your chest. Just get over it to move ahead, they say. Your mind is playing games with thee, no neurons can defy you best. It is all in your head, they say. You tremble in front of me, while having full... Continue Reading →
Which city are you from? I say, I am from Dehradun. The city to which belongs my beautiful British house, the one where my mother gave birth to me. I say, I am from Dinjan. The township growing on a tea-leaf, the one from which I have my first memory. I say, I am from... Continue Reading →
Today I lost another petal, the one so near and dear to me; blown by the same dark wind, it fell off my chest s w i f t l y.
I began my quest for love, prepared with every shield. Ready to take on a few bruises and scars, while in search for something real. I searched the willow of the mountains, leaving no stone unturned. I swam across the ocean and its fountains, left with my hope truly burnt. Almost tired of... Continue Reading →
An attempt to make some more good use of social media. We are all humans, who seek some sort of love, comfort and approval from one another. We all go through a few ups and downs and feel each other's need or sometimes don't even realise that another person's presence could help. While we all... Continue Reading →
What is the Johari Window? The Johari window, also known as the Disclosure/Feedback model, is a model used to improve self-awareness and to help people understand their relationship with themselves and others. It represents information about a person's personality through four different perspectives. The four Johari Window perspectives are called quadrants. Each of these quadrants... Continue Reading →
Today I lost Glue. My baby squirrel. No, he wasn't 'just a squirrel' and the fact that I can see 10 other squirrels in my garden doesn't mean the same. He was and always will be a significant member of our family. My baby. The one we'd all always be eager to see the moment... Continue Reading →
This one is me still moving forward. Wonder what depression is like? It’s when even listening to a sound seems tiring. It could be somebody’s words of love for you, your favourite song, the sound of two spoons clashing, and all you want to do is shout and shut them all off. You want to... Continue Reading →