You reap what you sow. Is that so? Then why're good people leading miserable lives? Right from our elementary school, we're taught what's good and what's bad. This helps us shape our perception of the world to an extent. We're taught that doing good will result in good things happening to us in return. Just … Continue reading Sow.
People aren't against you, they're for themselves. Wow. Just wow. This quote would last for ages. Just look at how accurately it sums up the mindset of people regardless of generation gap. Everybody can be taken as an example for this. We know that people come and go. Have you noticed why they do that? … Continue reading Every man for himself.
We all have that one friend (or two, or three) whom we called our best friend and when times change, we don't even know where they are. I've got plenty of them under that category. How do you feel when you think of those days? I feel sad, not because they've left but because I … Continue reading Let go.
She took small bites of the ice cream, looking at it like it's gonna run away. Eyes this big, mouth this small. (This and that? Seriously? Believe me, it's the best I can describe). He thought. He watched her while she ate it slowly with precision. He couldn't help but stare at her, at her … Continue reading Lost love.
Why's life still the same? Nothing has changed much over the years, I'm the same old me. They say our body changes our cells, replaces the old ones with new every seven years. Is that the only way I can change? Maybe not. I've learned a few things with each passing year. This year has … Continue reading Same old things.
On a scale of 1 to 10, what would your rating for 'how annoying is the word sorry' be? If you ask me, I'd give it 11. We're used to say sorry to every little thing we do, be it bad or worse (or anything in-between). We accidentally step on someone's foot, we say sorry, … Continue reading Quick fixes.
Whoo!! Two years! Still feels like I got admitted yesterday and finished my master's today. Wow! I just completed my master's degree. Two years is a lot of time for a person like me. I don't usually enjoy going to college and sit in a class all day. This, this I could do another time, … Continue reading Whoo!