Note: Making time for my passion was not a one day job. So, this one is going to be a long post. So let's go! Something wasn't going right in life. I had friends. I had a lot of them. But, apparently they were bringing more of sorrow into my life than the happiness. Every … Continue reading This Is How I Made Time To Pursue My Passion.
Over a year ago, I had finally convinced myself that the key to building lifelong and unbreakable relationships was to have no expectations from your dear ones at all. Because I am going to be let down by a dear one only if I am going to expect something out of him/her on which they … Continue reading My Code To Becoming Mentally & Emotionally Stronger
I am someone who has no second face. What I speak is what I mean and what I mean is what I do. And, there is no space for euphemisms or diplomacy on my tongue. Those in my belief are means to hide the truth which is equivalent to promoting a lie. I am a … Continue reading Nugget-35: This Is What I Would Want To Be Remembered For After I Die.
I had broken up with her on December 5th, 2015. It had been really tough over the last few months of our togetherness. We had both inflicted too much of pain and chaos in each other's lives. Our relationship would mostly be about both of us blaming and grousing how the deeds of other one … Continue reading Only Those Who Are Already Hurt End Up Hurting Others.
Around fourteen months back, I used to be a part of a cohort of thirteen people. Four guys and nine girls to be precise. And, at the same time, I also used to share a camaraderie with a number of other people who I still am a neighbour to. Yet, today I am a lone … Continue reading Nugget-33: Lesser People Brought More Clarity In My Life.
I would wake up. Widen my pupils and rub my eyes. And, then I would stay there on the bed staring at the fan on the ceiling, with no idea about what should I do next. I would stay there lying on the bed for an hour, before finally deciding to get up. I would … Continue reading Nugget-32: Depression Is No Hoax. People Ought To Google This Shit!
When I was young, society had not yet taught me to belittle my dreams, doubt my genius, and give up my passion. Back then, I was not averse to taking risks or learning new things. I was completely comfortable being exactly who I am, not having to try to satisfy or live up to the … Continue reading Nugget-31: I Am Damn Special And Lucky!
I really wish that someday this particular person follows me back on Quora. But, not because I followed him or upvoted a lot of his answers, but because he actually feels that my posts and answers are actually worth his upvotes and followership. And, for that I have to work really hard because I know … Continue reading Nugget-29: Dear William Beteet, You Are An Inspiration Like No Other!
Comparing yourself to others is not always a bad thing. I know most others would suggest otherwise, but trust me for a while and I will prove my point. At least, I will try my best to do that. Actually, it can be both good and bad, depending on who you are comparing yourself with. … Continue reading Comparing Yourself With Someone Is Not A Bad Thing, As Long As You Compare Yourself With The Bloody Best!
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!