Has it ever occurred to you that more than half of the thoughts that you are processing in your mind are fiction, just pure plain fiction? Sounds strange, but it's true. Our mind is capable of creating stories and melodramas which have never occurred in real life. There are numerous hours in a day, wherein, … Continue reading Stop living in your Head!!
"Neighbor's envy, owner's pride"!! Did it ring any bell? Yes, this was the tagline used for Onida TV advertisement in 1980s in India. This was quite a catchy slogan at that time, and surely, it worked for Onida. Well, I am not going to talk about the Onida televisions here, but, the phrase has a … Continue reading Neighbor’s envy, owner’s pride
"You are not good"!!, I said in a loud tone. "I am good", she replies back, in an equally loud tone. "No, you are not good at all!!", I screamed louder. "I am good", she had the same tone. Well, this is a snippet of the conversation I had with my daughter. Yes, you heard … Continue reading How important is teaching self-worth to the kids?
Do we really need it? I don't see a men's day being celebrated anywhere, then why the need for this women's day? Does it make us more liberated? Does it give us any additional right? Does it give us the respect, the happiness, starting from our families, to our workplace to our friends? Well, I … Continue reading Happy Women’s Day??
I love this term curated for the spouses, “Better Half”. So, why exactly do you think the husbands/wives deserve this title? Well, here are my five cents on the same. They know life is a journey that they need to travel together, so no matter what, they try their best to finish it together. At … Continue reading The better in – Better Half
It is said that we can learn a lot of things about life from babies. If you observe a baby playing, you’ll notice that they are in a different world altogether. They get so engrossed in their toys or in the things they are doing, that they won’t get to know even if you sometimes … Continue reading Let go – The kid says
Red, the color, oh so beautiful. The color of love, but sometimes the color of danger too. And here she was, immersed in the same color, her beautiful red dress matching with the color spilled on the dress. Yes, it was the color of blood. Her car had just met with an accident. She could … Continue reading And she was born – Again!!
She was beautiful. At least that’s what her parents always told her. She did not have sharp features or great skin or lovely tresses that most of the girls she knew had. But she had an amazing smile, the one that made her look the prettiest despite all the flaws. But she hardly ever wore … Continue reading The ugly duckling – A short story
Reaction, it’s just an eight letter word, but has the power to destroy big relationships, be it between people or be it between the strongest of nations. It has become so common to see communication between people these days, where both the parties do not listen to understand, but rather, listen to react. Everyone has … Continue reading R-E-A-C-T-I-O-N
There are labels, that a society puts on us according to the gender. She’s a girl. She should know how to cook. He’s a boy. He has to find a good job to provide for his family. Then there is another set of people who don’t believe in gender discrimination. "We’ve raised our daughter like … Continue reading Let’s break the mold – Redefining gender roles