Succumbing to pressure Burning out to stress No one but you and you alone Are responsible for this mess Overwhelming is the feeling Vulnerable is the state Weakest point surfaces When you leave everything to the fate High are your ambitions Vast are your goals One side says Yes, I can do it all Other… Continue reading Get. Set. Go
Time of the year When you are talk of the town Showered with tokens of appreciation Overwhelmed with kinds words and affection Gratitude for you all around Due respect to the respect given Grateful for the words spoken Still my heart keeps on thinking All said and done, Why is the gender bias still not… Continue reading Its the time again..
You can hide, but can’t escape You can delay, but have to confront Anxiously or calmly Willingly or grudgingly You have to bear the brunt The thoughts keep coming back As the day draws closer How I wish I could fast forward to future When this painful phase is just over The left and right… Continue reading The pinch
An intense discussion with a friend, Frozen by Madonna in the backdrop, and the result is this - Mirror reflects what it sees What you see, may not always please It's ain't about how you look For behind the innocent face There could be a hidden crook But, Can you hide from yourself Or your… Continue reading If I can, I really can
After reading The Giver Quartet by Lois Lowry and Three Thousand Stitches by Sudha Murthy, I have been wondering what is it that I want to give, or rather what it is that I can give. Oct 2-8 is celebrated as Joy of Giving week and I do participate by way of giving "material" things.… Continue reading If I were to give
My little one, a kindergarten student, has a lot of time at her disposal (IMO). And sometimes there is a conflict between 'productively' spending time and just 'passing' the time Needless to state these are my views about the 'to-be' state vs. 'as-is' state. (The invisible consultant hat !!) Now one of our (okay mine)… Continue reading Identity crisis, ahem, once again
Mix equal proportions of Science and Philosophy, marinate with Mythology and Religion and garnish with mysteries - the result - a perfect book and a splendid read. Keepers of the KaalChakra, by Ashwin Sanghi, is one such interesting and engaging book. What makes me awestruck is the amount of research, reading and thoughtfulness gone into… Continue reading May the genuine Keepers stay