How many of us have watched Bollywood and thought that Love was what they showed in movies? How many times have you been told not to voice your opinions because the other person may not like it? How many times have you seen body-shaming being normalized? As we grow, there are some cues that we … Continue reading 10 Stark Truths that Will Make Adulting Easier
A Love Story that Dies Midway, but not the Love.
I am a Keralite working in Bangalore and August was extremely difficult for me, because my people where struggling. My family was safe. And yet, I was troubled every moment of my existence thinking of all those people back in my homeland. The Kerala floods made me realize that our love for our homeland was … Continue reading 20 Ways in Which Kerala Floods Restored Faith in Humanity
An Open Letter to My Cousin for all our dreams that didn't manifest, to work again our relationship and make those dreams come true.
6th September 2018: Today I am yearning to write. After a long long time. Today something heartwarming and beautiful happened. Today I was in a fix and a random stranger helped me out. After work, Chin and I decided to go Specs shopping. Not that I was desperate to spend on spectacles, but my eye … Continue reading When Strangers Surprise You
Remember that time when you made a mistake, your parents told you that you were wrong, maybe a bit too harshly but then again, poured honey on your wounds, kissed the pain away and then completely forgot about the mistake? That is what they are supposed to do. Because you were just a … Continue reading Let’s Look at Our Parents Without The Capes
A colleague of yours hurled verbal abuses at you. He insulted you to the core and accused you of committing a mistake which you did not commit. After about a week, he realizes his mistake, comes to you and says casually, ‘Apparently it wasn’t your fault. Sorry for blaming you’ and he leaves. Will … Continue reading The Art of Apology