Storytelling is an art that requires time and tender care. Don’t agree with me? Try writing a story that rings a bell or two in someone’s heart. Perhaps, try writing a story that moves people without time and care. See how it turns out, if you succeed, please come back to taunt me. I have… Read More Storytelling Happens By Writing Everyday. Why I Am Not Writing As I Used To & Happy New Year.
At Year end we usually celebrate for the coming year and we make new resolutions for the coming year. Soon, every Year comes to an end. Yet, every year I go on living as if I am going to live forever. Not just me, most of us do that. Well, who expects to die anyway?… Read More Essential Year End Post. Looking Back, Looking Ahead… Goodbye 2017.
Never Give Up. Never giving up the passions you had as a child and the ones you develop as an adult is an important character trait…. Believe it! It is my super power. Since we are young we are told that something or other are not what we should be. Because society and families have… Read More My Secret SuperPower Is – The Ability To Never Give Up.
Every child is born with an unusual creativity skill that keeps their childish enthusiasm alive. “Never lose your childish enthusiasm….” So we tell our kids as they grow up and enter adulthood. But our society has to tell us on every step of our life how we should live, how we should behave, dress and… Read More Is Society Responsible For Killing Our Creativity Skills? Let’s See In An Award Winning Animation
Super women exist all around us. That being said, nowadays it is not usual to find stories of Women entrepreneurs in newspaper articles and magazines. But to know the full story we have to look around us and take help of Google to know more about these women. Even then it is difficult to get to… Read More Super Women Inspiring Stories of 20 Women Entrepreneurs by Prachi Garg
Solemn Oath means a dignified promise you make mostly to yourself or someone else. In other words, it also means, ‘you are screwed!’ Remember those tiny voices that start ringing in our heads as the New Year approaches? Yep! I have those too. Some call it New Year Resolutions, which I don’t make as I… Read More The Awkward Solemn Oath I took at the beginning of 2017…
Work life takes up almost 8-10 and sometimes 12-14 hours of my life. I often sit at my desk and while my fingers are tirelessly going on at the keyboard my mind wanders off onto the balcony of my room. Suddenly it’s morning again and I can hear the birds chirp and have some tea… Read More Work Life. Working Towards An Early Grave? Are We?
This article will reach all kind of people, the perfect strangers that I write about. People from different ethnicity and religion, different cultures and age groups will be reading this post. Most of us will never meet each other personally nor would we talk for more than a few times if not at all. Yet,… Read More Perfect Strangers. So Close Yet Too Far Apart.
“Being writer who moves people with her writing is my aspiration. I am still practicing, not good enough.” I said with sparkling eyes. “Dude, seriously?” At an office party I found myself sitting beside a pedigree kid who has been talking about how his father’s huge clothing business and how getting into banking is so not his… Read More Being A Writer.
We all have a few advice that mattered to us as children but ones that we forgot as teen-adults and kept getting our butts kicked because of that. My one such advice was given to me by my sister. She used to tell me, “Look around. Learn from others. Their mistakes/failures/success/actions etc. You don’t have… Read More Advice That Mattered. Reliving Memories.