Keep A Loose Grip

I hate winters. There,  I said it. Just hate it. Every time I bang my toe into a stool in winters, it hurts so bad, it’s a travesty. Plus, semester exams! I’m sorry but I just can’t get myself to like it. Anyway, it was my last day of exams, so a couple of friends…

No One Is You, And That’s Your Power

You are special for some people, but for some, you are a burden. You can please some people, but others will always find an excuse to mock you. Let them do what they want. Because they can’t be best at anything else. You cannot please everyone, admit it. Don’t be a puppet to others and…

What’s In A Name?

Samuel Johnson published the first dictionary of English Language in 1775. Before that, there were no rules for spelling. Even today, there are no rules for spelling names. So, if you have a name that is a little different from the rest of the world and is slightly long, your kith and kin will find…

Mingle, and love. 

I think upon the world as a place for happiness, And I am questioned on my conjecture. I think upon the world as a place of clarity,  And I am left all alone to face the dawn. When you look around and find yourself among those you can trust, you get that calm presiding over…

Individualism Or Collectivism?

A lot of negativity has taken over my life. As a citizen of a modern nation, I am bound to be more individualistic in ideals, I believe that people should be individualistic at times but also care for the society they share. The society, which an individual is an imprint of, the society from which…

That Childhood Bliss

Mere pleasure is a child’s game, With thundering eyes and playful shame. With a lullaby never sung more beautifully And a mind encapsulated with deep harmony. Rendering thoughts may cross your mind; You might play a rhythm of your own kind. But never too late is that muse to rise; Never is our soul short…

Vindictive Vendettas

Vindictive vendettas, vulnerable us, Are you ready for them, thence and thus? In a snark state and in a steep decline, On stemmed insinuation pertained sublime. Vindictive vendettas, gullible heart, No cuckoo coos, no riots start, Some sly, serrated, stuffed, snubbed souls, With fumigating, furious and frivolous goals. Vindictive vendettas, an unread Bible, With God…

Dulce De Leche

Ask a sweet tooth about Dulce de Leche, you’ll fall in love with it simply by listening to the way they describe its taste… This sweet delight is from Argentina and is enjoyed worldwide, as it can be easily prepared even at home! Usually the original recipe of making dulce de leche involves heating milk…

Gourmet Foods: Blue Cheese

Could you ever eat something that contains fungi in it? Moreover, if it smells like stinking socks? And if that thing is cheese? Probably not… but you might! Blue cheese is a type of cheese which has cultures of the mold Penicillium added in it and hence the final product looks blue or grey veined, throughout….

INDOMITABLE THINKING

Think Flexibly and Turn Difficulty to your Advantage The philosophy of thinking flexible is similar to the principles of Judo. It is not sufficient to use only your own power to  force your opponent to the ground. We should make use of troubles and difficulties, to turn them to your own advantage and produce something positive from…

Carpe Diem

Recently after the constant and relentless badgering by a dear friend, I sat down to watch a movie titled, “Dead Poets Society”. After I finished it, I couldn’t thank her more for recommending it. The movie stuck with me like an ear-worm. An absolute breathtaking performance by our beloved , late Mr. Robin Williams as…