In that last conversation, he spoke about his love journeys. From first love to the fourth break up. Love happened to him as if he owns the elixir factory for love. I grew up with the stories of true love, one love which was pure and forever. There was no literature for second and third … More One Love
There are times, when we are at cross roads of our life and we pray, we pray harder to be on the other side. We don’t know what’s gonna be on other side but we imagine the best awaiting for us. Our body is built to cope up ample amount of stress and emotions. When … More Midnight ramblings
What’s wrong with a good story ? Grew up with the stories of Bollywood and romantic literature, I always believed in love. Infinite literature has been written over time with fine stories and happily after ever. Lately, in a discussion people started dismissing my idea of love stating that it’s no more practical in real … More Quarantine logs: Last day
Sixty days into the game, and you pull the plug to find solidarity in silence. there are side effects of every medicine you ingest. Apparently sitting idle has it’s own side effects too. Apart from pounding on some kgs, the sedentary mind races more than the feet. Of late, in the name of retrospection to … More Quarantine day 8
There Just like Not being here.
I want to write letters, some old fashioned way letters. Letters, with ink and paper. With all that zest I made up the mind and sat to write, but I could not find a paper in house. It’s just I have stopped keeping diaries, notebooks in house and replaced the old bag paper with my … More Quarantine day 1
We like to plan our day. We plan our tomorrow and few of us, plan the every aspect of future. Planning and programming is the part of basic brain physiology. We spend days to years to keep our present aligned with future goals. As the basics of human mind are uncertain, so are the pathologies. … More Corona diaries
Is there a ceiling to happiness ?? We wander for love, money, car, booze, babies and what not, we wander in anonymity of what they call happiness. Some find joy in family, some in purchasings and few find it in work. Lately, people were talking about a salary ceiling and then the world shifted to … More Is there a ceiling to happiness ?
There is no greater joy, sitting along side a river, listening to the flowing water, whistling sounds of little birds playing hide and seek between the pale autumn leaves of banyan trees. I, playing with your fingers, imagining if this could be the rest of world and the rest of life time. But life is … More Lost world
My Dearest September, When the rest of world is trying to confide in walls, I relish the drive through the lasting spring to my work. At work, the day ends recklessly trying to contain the deadly infection spreading out there in world, but the ride to and fro reminds me of you. The light basking … More Love in times of Corona