#July Reads (A Bibliophile’s Reflections)

All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood “I wanted a fairy tale ending for Wavy, because if she could find happiness, there would be hope for me, too.”  Without a doubt, the story lives up to its title. I found this book to be extremely disturbing since it contains graphically detailed mature content.... Continue Reading →

Planet Mercury: Journey into Outer Space

Mankind has long gazed at the canvas of sky with the hope of unraveling the mysteries of life which goes far beyond one’s immediate reality. The quest beyond Earth (the place we call ‘home’) has always fascinated the human mind. Many a times, I’ve wondered what it would be like to be an astronaut, travelling... Continue Reading →

The Choice is Yours

(Note : Thanks to my dear friend for sending me this inspiring video on whatsapp) ......regretted not the things they did but the things they didn't do...... Initially, these words had me spellbound and I was vigorously shaking my head to acknowledge that these words were undoubtedly true and cannot be challenged at all costs.... Continue Reading →

#1 Nathi meets the Rubik’s Cube

The first time I laid my curious hands on the Rubik’s cube was a disaster. I might have been around 11 or 12 years old when my parents with full of hope, eagerly presented me with a Classic Rubik’s cube for my birthday. I was not really impressed but nevertheless the inquisitive part of me... Continue Reading →

#1 Cathartic Musings

​5/7/17 (00:21) Dreams. Colours. Hope. Broken promises. Lost. Chaos. Every single person here on Earth has got a core need. If that particular need is not met, life then becomes meaningless. Besides, all pleasures of life amounts to nothing, if that most valued treasure remains out of ones reach. That being the case, nothing can... Continue Reading →

The Power of Vulnerability

“And I know that vulnerability is the core of shame and fear and our struggle for worthiness, but it appears that it’s also the birthplace of joy, of creativity, of belonging, of love.” -Brene Brown  (a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work) I came across the above TEDTalk a... Continue Reading →

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