There is a certain clarity that comes with being on the receiving end of jabs from everyone around you as a child. Thanks to getting picked upon for having a physical built on the heavier side, public-speaking issues arising from a less-than-articulate speech or the constant feeling of victimisation that comes from an oversensitive nature,… Read More One Thing I Love about Me #ThankfulThursdays
Making simple decisions like what to wear to work, what to prepare for dinner or which movie to relax with over the weekend, repeatedly, can be exhausting and dizzying, can’t it? Wouldn’t life be much easier if all this was done magically and everyone was happy in the end? Sigh! Life is a little more… Read More Should our kids know the truth? #Parenting
I’ve come to my native to spend a week of A Jr’s summer vacation with my father. Few days ago he got some minor brickwork done in the house like getting some windows closed and getting some door frames changed, as well as some major furniture rearrangement. Due to this a lot of Mom’s ‘collected’… Read More A man thing, or may be not
“Pay close attention! You’ll need it someday.” she said, exasperatedly. “Why? You are making it for me!” I retorted and waived it off. Forlornly, today I missed the familiar sight and aroma of Mom making my favourite pickle. Armed with memories and an expert’s lineage, I created my version. Did I do it right, Mom?
Debates are a comparatively healthier way of exchanging ideas and opinions, because in case the parties aren’t prepared to concede others’ point of view and the atmosphere gets too heated up for comfort, the moderator can make them stop at any moment. In case of informal groups though, discussions become rather tedious when someone not… Read More The thin line