A dear one betrayed me months ago. We abruptly stopped talking then after. And, that person’s birthday is about to come in a matter of days. I have written a letter for that soul who once used to be an angel to me. In the letter I have tried to thank them for they made … Continue reading Nugget-23: Someone Betrayed You? Write Them A Thank You Letter!
I spent three years of my life preparing for engineering entrance examinations. I invested loads of my parent’s hard-earned money into costly coaching classes, books and test materials. I abandoned sports and games, stopped frittering time over movies or television and pared on my outings. Then in 2013 and 2014, I gave one of the … Continue reading Nugget-22: Life Is Unpredictable. And, That’s Good.
When she was born, I was damn enthused! Finally, I was an uncle to a beautiful tiny soul. When I saw her for the first time, she was asleep. I tried to touch my fingers against her, and she instantly began to widen her palm. Within the next few seconds itself, her right palm and … Continue reading Nugget-21: She Made Me The Uncle, I Never Knew I Wanted To Be.
Okay, 1 percent growth every day is something rhetoric, as growth in every domain of one's interest cannot be calculated in arithmetic terms and percentages. The concept is basically excelling with baby step, learning small lessons every day to eventually having accumulated a lot of knowledge and expertise over the longer run. Therefore, I have … Continue reading I Hope To Grow By 1% Everyday!
When I lost my father, everything in my life was falling apart. I had every reason to cry, lament and ultimately end my life there and then. But, there was a part of me which kept telling me, in due time this phase shall pass. That was Hope. Today, I have very much moved on … Continue reading Nugget-19: What Kind Of A Feeling Is Hope?
I was nineteen when my father was pulled away from us by the Meta force called death. My mother was just 40 and had lost her partner, her love just mid-way in her life. All she had left to live for was a son she and her husband had welcomed to life on 11th of … Continue reading We Are No More Just A Mother And A Son. We Are Companions For Life.
“There is no way out.`” My head kept regurgitating that to me. That was the only thought playing back and forth over and over again in my mind. I thought I could will myself to death with those words. But, I could not. I had a mother. I had to get better. For her, I … Continue reading Nugget-16: I Just Had To Be A Better Son.
Greetings Reader! My father never wanted a boss on his head. He wanted to be the owner of his own business. Ergo, he tried his hands on a few businesses early in his life but sadly those ventures never panned out well. The failure of repeated efforts to run a business of his own got … Continue reading Nugget-15: Life Does Not Always Offer Second Chances. Realize That!
Ever since ninth grade, we had been a closely knit cohort of four friends. It would not be wrong to say that we were the best of friends back then who did everything together. We were so close, that even our parents used to treat us like their own. But, as time grew, so did … Continue reading Nugget-14: Console A Friend Who Has Just Lost A Parent.
It was my first business plan in action. It was naive but a great way to add weight to this 15-year-old’s piggy bank. I was in 9th grade back then. Access to movies, games, softwares and operating systems like windows took place mostly by the means of CDs or DVDs, here in India. Also, having … Continue reading Nugget-13: My Naive Business, From When I Was In 9th Grade.