It's raining Coronavirus these days! Ever since the virus mutated or jumped from it's animal host to human ( Thanks to deforestation, poaching and everything else we do to destroy the natural reservoirs ), the world has not been the same place. Early Jan when … Continue reading Let’s have a laugh !!
When I came across this decade hop, I was excited. I could have written my autobiography, yet when I sat down, I deleted 3 full posts and found nothing I write would do justice to the transformation within me. Whenever a major calamity or a … Continue reading The Midas Touch
"The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, / But in ourselves, that we are underlings."Have you ever realized how lucky you are just because you are alive?Have you ever thought what it feels to know that you have cancer, and your days are … Continue reading Book Review : The fault in Our Stars – John Green
There's been too much on my mind lately. When I started writing on my blog, I was too transparent with my feelings. However, when the blog would be shared on social media, I would be under scanner and interrogation by many including my parents and … Continue reading Confessions of a blogger
Title : Night Road Author : Kristin Hannah Genre : Pyschological fiction Book Blurb :Jude Farraday is a happily married, stay-at-home mom who puts everyone’s needs above her own. Her twins, Mia and Zach, are bright and happy teenagers. When Lexi Baill enters their lives, … Continue reading Book Review : Night Road by Kristin Hannah
Title : Hiraeth Partition stories from 1947 Author : Dr Shivani Salil Book Blurb : What would you do if you were told you had minutes to leave your home? What would you take, what would you be thinking…? This thought dominated the minds of … Continue reading Book Review : Hiraeth by Shivani Salil
My earliest brush with death was when I was around 17 years old. I lived in a small community, a college or professors colony which had just 17 houses then. That is my earliest memory of death in one of those 17 houses. That uncle … Continue reading Live like there’s no tommorow…
My earliest memories of Christmas belong to my Alma Mater, Mount Carmel School, Una ( H.P. ) The last day before Christmas would mean "No study day" The entire school would gather in assembly ground. There would be a big Christmas tree, a small hut … Continue reading Help someone celebrate a memorable Christmas.
I was just 15 then. It had already got dark so as soon as the class finished, I rushed back home. Somewhere I felt, I was being followed. I quickened my pace. He too matched my steps. Just before my house, there was a turn … Continue reading It could have been Me!It could have been You!
When I first moved to Dubai 5 years back, I was so scared of how I would survive here. I had never covered my head, what if I will have to wear an Abaya was a constant worry at the back of my mind. Coming … Continue reading Is Humanity lost ?