A day before releasing my book 'Redemption of a Son', I was on a call with a fellow author who had self-published his book almost a year ago. He said a few things to me that were quite tough to accept and digest. Those things were the following: #1 About Relatives Your relatives won't read … Continue reading When Dear Ones Ditched My Debut Book, Quora Family Took It To The Top
When I am weak, vulnerable or scared. When something is bothering me and turning me anxious. When I am worried or sad. Yes, in those times I do yearn for someone to hold me, support me, guide me, and lift me and throw me up in the air and tell me out loud and clear … Continue reading Mini #16: Times When Even A Hug Is Tough to Find In This World
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
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.
She still walks past me every single day at college. However, I don't feel a bit for her anymore. She broke apart into smithereens, the corner I had savoured for her in my heart. I called her my little sister, devoted my time, energy and most importantly, feelings and love into our bond. I did … Continue reading Nothing Is As Bad As You Think It Is.
Yukti and I met when we were stupid and small. Actually, I was the one with those traits. She was small but smart. She would always top the class ever since UKG, i.e. Upper Kindergarten. By the way, I was her lucky charm, just neither of us knew about it. How? Because she topped the … Continue reading Three Sets of People of which only one matters.