I’ve always been a pretty straightforward person. My whole life has been a series of blacks and whites – no grey. I can say so with certainty that even if I did accidentally slip into the grey area, I slipped out as quickly. It comes as a surprise to me at this point in life […]
Read More The Crossroads of Life
What exactly is it that makes two people click? Is it the pheromones or something else? Something deeper? I’ve always contemplated the idea of a greater love, a love that transcends beyond the physical realm and sets deep into your soul. Call me a romantic – I think romantic comedies set in New York City […]
Read More What Makes People Want Love
What is the peak of anxiety? Those of you who suffer from it, regularly or sporadically would know that it is a condition best described by the individual who goes through it. It truly varies from person to person. As an individual who suffers from bouts of anxiety and panic from time to time like […]
Read More The Peak of Everything
So you decided yesterday. You decided you no longer wanted to be a part of this world so you left for the next. They say not all flowers bloom in April, some take their time. You took your time, a brief moment and decided you had done blooming, this April the flowers refused to bloom. […]
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I can’t sleep. I can’t sleep because I’m thinking of worst case scenarios in my head in the middle of the night. I’m also thinking of the fickleness of life and how little we actually know about the people we say we love. When was the last time you asked someone you love and admire […]
Read More How Little?
As I sat down today to jot down a few things on paper, I realized a couple of things as the ink spread across the carefully measured lines. On another note, I bought this amazing gel pen the other day from a photocopy place and it is probably one of the smoothest pens I have […]
Read More A Multitude of Averages
Not all those who wander are lost. J.R.R Tolkien This saying could not be more true, I’ve always been of the opinion that wandering should be an acceptable life choice rather than being considered nomadic blether and a desperate call for attention. I find it amusing that the chase is almost always more thrilling than […]
Read More Wandering When Not Lost
I wish you hadn’t screamed at me like that thinking you had all the power in the world, do you not fear God? I wish you hadn’t caressed your ego, and given in to your family’s wishes over mine, I wish you knew that words have the power to hurt people in a way most […]
Read More I Wish You Hadn’t: A Woman’s Cry In The Sub-Continent
In order to love who you are, you cannot hate the experiences that shaped you.”- Unknown I read this quote today on the Gratitude app for iOS. It really resonated with me on a deep level. It talks about embracing the good and bad, accepting your past experiences and loving yourself regardless of how things […]
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