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
Busy connecting the dots Deeply occupied in thoughts Always working, always awake My dear grey cells, Why don’t you take a break? Oblivious of surrounding You engage yourself In animated discussion Or a soulful talk My dear grey cells, Why don’t stop, and Take a nice and refreshing walk? Oops, Why the hell, did I… Continue reading My dear grey cells
The enlightened one Gets going with his talk Matter of minutes Talk turns into conversation Thoughts get discussed Setting the stage for introspection Between birth and death is life Ordinary or adventurous Long or short Contented or internal strife Different shades, varied experiences One can see either some or all In the journey called life… Continue reading What is it that you want in (from??) life !!
The other day someone asked me “Do you write only goody-goody stuff or are generous with negative comments as well?” The question took me by a surprise ! I have been reading since my childhood days and blogging is something I started quite recently. Only a handful of reviews written so far and all of… Continue reading Why I write only good reviews?
The goddamn book of not-so phony Holden just ended, keeping me puzzled and intrigued. I mean it, I swear. It’s really depressing if you know what I mean. I can’t explain what I mean. And even if I could, I’m not sure I’d feel like it If you wudhv read this book, you gotta know what… Continue reading What size of thoughts fit your mind?
Came across an HBR article which about how writing helps to get over something. It had a few examples of how people were able to come out of the pain, or at least were on the recovery path, when they wrote it down, their experiences and their feelings. The article seemed quite familiar and my… Continue reading Writing Therapy