“Something is wrong with me” – is a thought I’ve been hearing from more and more people lately. Not just one age group, but all. And I don’t remember hearing any such thoughts a few years ago from anyone around me. People, even in this convenient era, seem to be convinced more than ever before, […]Read More Fuck what Life is supposed to be
Paradoxically, a good sign of growing up is realising you have been wrong about many things throughout your life. All words have feelings, and we are all drawn to certain words more than others accordingly. And conversely, there are some words we nonchalantly swat away. One word I grew up to like was randomness. Whether […]Read More Learning the value of Balance the hard way
Time can appear to fly in two kinds of scenarios: either you’re having so much fun, life is such a party, that you don’t realise where the time went. Or you are not living at all, but just surviving.Read More Finding Silver Linings in 2017
Mr P is quite an obnoxious person. He’s not bitter; he just acts like a bigger know-it-all than Hermione Granger. For the last year or so, he’s been following me around closely.Read More The hard truth of my dreams
A poker faced man was standing in a queue at Subway, waiting to order. “Hello, sir! Would you like to try our new Chipotle sub?” “Okay.”Read More The life of an unusually obedient man
To love Manchester United is to love Wayne Rooney. Or at least that’s the way it was for me. That’s the way it began. My best friends were Man United fans, and I started watching matches with them. I watched Wayne Rooney score goal after goal,Read More “It’s Rooney. It’s inevitable!”
Antonio couldn’t believe his eyes. After having dinner at a café that always felt just right, he was walking in its vicinity, reminiscing walks from a few years ago. He could recall the tiniest of details every time he was there. Where the rainwater puddles were deepest. Where the rustling of the trees was loudest.Read More If you had one wish, what would it be?
We are all born unique. And though in the beginning all we do is eat, cry and sleep, it is ironic that we are the most unique in our earliest years. There is no concept of society for a baby, and they know exactly what they want, and how to get it : just cry and […]Read More That rare moment of feeling accepted
Last year, I was telling a couple of friends in a cafe about a woman I’m deeply fond of, and how she had little idea about it. My friends thought I was stupid to hold onto this thought since the woman was seeing someone else. I said,Read More What Love means to me
You’re sitting in an exam, for which you moderately prepared. One by one, you trudge along answering the familiar sounding questions. Then suddenly, your pen stops. It’s a question you have never seen before. What do you do? One choice is to leave the question altogether. If you do attempt to answer, you can sneak […]Read More Who is the architect of your life?