I believe prostitution should be socially accepted. I believe castration is most suitable punishment for sex offenders. I believe all religions are a mere distraction from reality and rationality. I believe religions have divided our society way more than they have unified it. I believe there should be a nation-wide blanket ban on the sale … Continue reading Nugget-37: 15 Beliefs Which I Wish Society Shared With Me.
Oh Yes! It was with this brilliant man in the cover picture above. He is Professor Ashok Gupta from Ohio University's College of Business sitting next to me in the Taj Express on 23rd January 2017. He was here in India to visit his family and friends. He had boarded the journey from Nizamuddin Station … Continue reading Nugget-36: My Best Train Experience With A Stranger Ever!
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.
Yukti and I met first when we were both small and stupid. We used to go to the same school in Hanumangarh. She used to top the class every year, while I used to struggle somewhere at 8th or 9th rank. I am not much aware of the convention followed these days, but back in … Continue reading Nugget-34: Meetup With Childhood Best Friend.
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!
23rd Dec 2014: The first time I got into a relationship. 23rd Jan 2015: The first time we went out on a date hiding from college seniors. 12th Feb 2015: The first time we hugged, since the valentine week was on. 14th Feb 2015: The first time someone kissed me and left my cheek red, … Continue reading Nugget-30: It’s Not Any Easier For Guys To Get Over Love.
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!
The first time I laughed after I had lost my father, I stopped abruptly just within a few seconds. I was feeling guilty for being happy about something so soon. I began to wonder how could I find something amusing enough just weeks after! And, no one made me feel that way. It was my … Continue reading Nugget-28: Why It Takes Time To Get Over Death Of A Loved One?