How to Judge People?

Ever since the inception of the world wide web and easily accessible communication, the world caught up on the wave of sharing information. The age of information sharing brought along with it several good things, exchange of ideas happened - some things were exported while some were imported - not all was good. Of these not … Continue reading How to Judge People?

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Summing Up April 2017

Let's get straight to the point. They say what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger. I disagree. What doesn't kill you makes you realize you're lucky so might as well not screw the second chance you have at life or whatever it is that you're doing in Life - up. What 2016 was to … Continue reading Summing Up April 2017

Eavesdropping – A Solo Traveler’s Connection

Monday, March 6th, 2017 Endearing or creepy? You decide! Here's what happened today. After, apparently, what was a terribly depressing weekend of epic proportions, I went to work today. On the way home, I met this friend of mine, an adorable guy, who wanted some of my time and just talk to me over a … Continue reading Eavesdropping – A Solo Traveler’s Connection

To win the fight

Tuesday, December 30, 2008 The search for divinity the burden of virginity, the quest for peace of mind the constant stabs from behind. the road to travel the mysteries to unravel the taste of different lives to relish the several memories to cherish. the helplessness of choosing what is right the lack of strength to … Continue reading To win the fight

Labourless love lost

Tuesday, July 1, 2008 Life is strange you fall in love where you least expect. You then do things you least expect and shock or rather amaze yourself with your potential. But most loves don't reach the intended destination not at least here. The more you get to know a person the more you love … Continue reading Labourless love lost

Pandora, thou art cruel to Poor Benjamin!

My world is my own to comprehend. I may let you in, most reluctantly; however, it wouldn't make sense to you. You wouldn't be able to comprehend things by the rules you and yours have made and the way you see the world. My world is inside me. It would be difficult for you to … Continue reading Pandora, thou art cruel to Poor Benjamin!

The Choices I Made Tomorrow

Choice – a simple word with such far fetching implications that an entire subject has been dedicated to it. Life is a complex web of several choices, many a times the same choice leading to different destinations and often different ones leading to different goals. Economics studies human behaviour and the problem of choices. It … Continue reading The Choices I Made Tomorrow

The Mirror and I

Felt rather lonely as I lay in bed and listened to a playlist that consisted of nearly 250 songs, most of which I had never bothered to hear. The blue light from the headset kept flickering in the darkness. The alternation between the flickering blue lights and my eye lids fell in perfect harmony like … Continue reading The Mirror and I

Laughter – the best medication

Tuesday, May 6, 2008 It is said that 'laughter is the best medicine' then what would medication induced laughter be called? Well, maybe, it is the side effect of the medicine. Well this certainly is a thing to have a good laugh at. Life is very strange. Unexpected effects are experienced from the most expected … Continue reading Laughter – the best medication