Academic Integrity

This is a response post to the ‘SoCS’ prompt by Linda, sharing thoughts and life experiences on academic integrity.


Depending on what’s stressed, the implications change. The greatest weapon against stress is…

Rising Sun is a Lie

We all get to know the truth as we grow up but still choose to believe the lie…


Have you noticed the tiny dots of light darting about and floating in your vision when looking at a bright blue sky?

Clouded Thoughts

I ran to the moors chasing a rabbit. Thunder distracted me…


Uncertainty is quite common. But, why do we always keep excuses ready to fill the gaps of uncertainty?


Have we been living mask-free all our life, or at least thought of removing all our masks before? Just ponder over it.


We don’t say that the mighty mountains might have looked better had they been…

One-Liner Wednesday #4

Compassionate Revenge – That feeling when you grow manifold…

The post is in response to the ‘One-Liner Wednesday Prompt’ by Linda G. Hill.

Magic Eraser

Would you be willing to erase a certain part of your life – childhood, teens, the period of 20s, or adult stage?

Right Words

Be someone who believes in the efficacy of using the right words, not only with Google…

One-Liner Wednesday #1

Tempo – Anytime is good…

The post is in response to the ‘One-Liner Wednesday Prompt’ by Linda G. Hill.

Invisible Foe

Man’s greatest burden is unfulfilled potential. Don’t feel pressured. Instead, tell yourself, “I need to get through this because I can’t imagine a life without me.”


“When we speak, we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So, it’s better to speak”.
– Audre Lorde


When we were focused on developing an ambitious mind, countdown began for the final exams. Library got abandoned all of a sudden, and we were back to textbooks.

We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents.
– Bob Ross

Is it okay to be happy during a crisis?

In India, it’s been exactly a month today since the lockdown began. At a time when the entire human family is under a crisis, here are my observations on the lockdown being a welcome development in societal behaviour.

Break The Monotony

Our mind has a tendency to form our everyday habits into patterns. We sink in this monotony. Here are few ways of changing one’s inner narrative, from unsupportive to supportive self-talk.