I suppose a very large majority of us would describe ourselves as a rebel or a non-conformist at the very least. We like to think that our taste in music, food or even people is different from the next person. After all, who would ever wanna be just another brick in the wall? However, this … Continue reading Rebels and Non-conformists!
What do you mean by ‘a great life’? Or rather, what makes a life ‘great’? This question has been bothering me for the past couple of days and I decided it was time I wrote down what I felt about it and hopefully try and arrive at a decent answer. Is the greatness of a … Continue reading Here’s to a great life!
How often have we heard that good things happen to good people? As if, being virtuous guarantees success in life. Sure, it is good to be good but to believe that being good entitles you to good things in life is ridiculous and bordering on delusional. Bad things happen to 'good' people just as much … Continue reading Do virtue and success go hand in hand?
A couple of months ago, I was obsessed with reading the news. I would scroll through my news app almost every other hour and look out for the latest headlines in my country and in the world as a whole. What had initially started as a way of improving my general awareness had taken a … Continue reading The case against news!
Adulting is hard. We spend our entire childhood and adolescence fantasizing about the day we ‘grow up’ and before we know it, we’ve grown up. We’ve become adults. And now we’ve come to realize the hard way that being an adult isn’t as fun as it sounded when we were kids. And in the trademark … Continue reading Adulting
Chaos is often seen in a bad light. It shakes up our perfectly organized schedules and plans. It forces upon us events that we have no control over and it pushes us out of our comfort zones before we even get a chance to brace ourselves. It often shakes up our core beliefs and makes … Continue reading Is chaos bad?
How often have you heard someone say that their biggest weakness is that they are a perfectionist? Being in the HR field, I know that I sure have heard it enough times to write a blog post about it! Perfectionism is quite possibly the most favorite flaw of people. In fact, so much so that … Continue reading Perfectionism
I have often restrained myself from writing about love or relationships as I do not view love in the conventional sense. You could say that I am more in love with the idea of love than with an actual, existing person. It has always been hard for me to imagine the face of a particular … Continue reading Love?
After writing about death and perceptions, it is only fair that I write about something else that is close to my heart, grief. How often have we been asked to ‘move on’ after the loss of a loved one? When this happens and after the socially acceptable period of grieving is over, you are often told … Continue reading Moving on
How many of us have kept postponing something just because the time wasn’t right? I know I have. In fact, I am pretty sure that I am not the only one who takes the saying ‘A job well begun is half done.’ way too seriously. In my desire for starting off on the right note, … Continue reading The curse of the perfect start!