First Source of Water
Understanding the Mechanism of Life
Are We Prepared For The Future
This is an oats recipe which is as healthy as it can possibly be.
The ingredients which we will be using are.
I have used Quaker Oats Continue reading “How to make a quick healthy breakfast” »
Do you remember the last time you enjoyed something so thoroughly that you lost track of time? That something you were fidgeting with, that act of doing, which sucked you in totally, was so short lived that you couldn’t even grasp the magic of it. Continue reading “Breaking the Social Prison – Day 6 Blogathon” »
I thank you for the conditions you have spread out in front of me. There was a time when I was totally indifferent, insensitive and in hostile opposition towards these circumstances and situations you laid out in front of me. I genuinely hated them. I didn’t even like to think about them, and yet I thought of them persistently, which made me hate them even more. Continue reading “A letter of thanks. #dailychatter #TUESDAYTHANKFULNESS” »
So big. The numbers, which cannot be written down or even counted by anyone. We call them stars, planets, galaxies. Together, we call all of it – Universe. We could even call it our home. A bigger home within which a small spec is our little home where we will spend our lives – Planet Earth. Probably, just one home. Until a time where we start to colonize other planets. I don’t think there will be another earth. And do we even really need another earth? Continue reading “This is Our Home – A reflection of who We are #blogchatter #challengerseries” »
I am not so comfortable writing directly into the content panel of my wordpress blog.
I write on a daily basis at least a 1000 words. This forms a part of my daily writing practice. It all goes in my Evernote App. I write notes, observations, reflections about the day – how I could work more effectively and bring more into what I do, thoughts of life as it occurs around me, and much more. I have been building this 1000 word a day habit since I read about it’s effectiveness and amazing results after reading Srinvas Rao’s post. Continue reading “I am not so comfortable… #comfortzone #blogchatter” »
Every month, every year. Day after day, week after week. Come occasions and events, big or small, or festivals celebrated across the planet. Irrespective of what the festival is about and where it originates or which religion celebrates it, all festivals mark the commemoration and celebration of something. For years, festivals were just that for me. A celebration where we got new things and a time when there was more excitement, joy, enthusiasm, love, kindness and compassion in our lives. Continue reading “The Best Gift of this Season” »
A childhood memory. I hastily rush home only to wait for the gifts to arrive. I search for the packages but they aren’t here yet. I am getting impatient as I remember I have a class to attend. I just don’t want to delay opening the gifts until later. All my attention and excitement is pinned on that point – the surprise that awaits gifts, and the joy it brings. Continue reading “A Childhood Memory | Revived by Free Writing #WYHO” »
My secret is that, there is no secret. Just like there is nothing hidden or to hide, there is no secret to keep. What is, is. What isn’t, isn’t. There are no two ways to look at it. There is this and only this. Continue reading “My Secret Is… #blogchatter @blogchatter” »
Hey net flies. Before you buzz away from this little petal, do check out this link and follow us here if you are a blogger or blog lover or Blog Lovin‘er.
So do this first -> Follow my blog with Bloglovin
This way you can stay connected with us through netspaces where no one wanders. Well, that is my snob view of this blog platform, not that I don’t love it, I just haven’t spend much time with it, so, at present, I can only hope that it isn’t the Google Plus of blogs and instead is more of a medium-esque springboard of blogs and blogger/writer careers. 😉 Continue reading “We are now on-board the BlogLovin’ platform. It’s new and it’s cool” »
They snatched me away from Ma today
They groped me, pushed me around, hurt me
They put me in a tiny box a mile away
So Ma could still see me, I heard her cry out
Where’s your feminism now? Continue reading “Where’s Your Feminism Now?” »