Why We Do What We Do

What is it that drives you in life to make a difference? Does it really matter?

All work and no play? Meet Brightful!

I started working remotely long before the pandemic forced its way into our lives, and one of the things I missed the most was the 'human touch'. Thanks to 2020: we now have people talking about 'fake commute', how remote work tends to blur the lines between personal and professional lives, or how people are... Continue Reading →

Abuse Awareness: Take 2

After my last post, several people reached out personally, and it made me realise one thing. Very often, in order that we conform to a set standard, there is repression / suppression of all kinds, and that is why though people were agreeing, there was this general feeling that this isn't a talked about topic.... Continue Reading →

Abuse

Questions we never ask our society / families, but should! 2020 has been an year that shook the world, and (no)thanks to COVID, this past year I had been trying to understand myself a whole lot better. As a lover of social niche, I was trying to figure out if there was anything I was... Continue Reading →

Routine

The following post has stayed in my draft for an year now, and revisiting it today, after a long holiday, I can see how I need to put this thought out there!  Waiting, we said, is a beautiful word. 'Routine’, we might say, does not sound as much beautiful. It is one of those words... Continue Reading →

Waiting.

  'Waiting' is a beautiful word. When we look up the word 'wait' in dictionary, it reads:"stay where one is or delay action until a particular time or event" We all wait in our lives for something, for someone, don't we? For the perfect job. For the perfect spouse. For the society to deem as... Continue Reading →

Where do we belong? Is that even important?

Belonging to something/someone has its bane, whether you like it or not, the moment you belong to something, something else almost always alienates you instantly. That’s how the world works! For the past months, I was constantly coming across these clear contrasts, and how each one was voicing for their side. Here are a few:... Continue Reading →

Fear.

Phoebe, my 6-month-old Golden Retriever hardly barks, making me reflect the power of silence. While I croak and talk to her all the time, expressing my love, she lets me experience love beyond words. She lets out a bark every now and then though, when anything new and unfamiliar catches her attention. Today I stepped... Continue Reading →

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