Stress

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…

Clouded Thoughts

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

Excuses

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

Picturesque

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.

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.

START

Everything that happens once can never happen again. But everything that happens twice will surely happen a third time.

React or Respond?

Being born, being in love and then dying.. These are just 10% of the important moments in our life. The rest are just reactions to these moments.

Share Your Wealth

What’s wealth? Does that concern money? Maybe; But, not always. There are common people who are rich in many other dimensions.

Questioning Yourself ­­¿

Are you questioning yourself?
On thoughts of execution, future plans or morality? That’s fine. Being insightful and reviewing yourself is welcome.
On your capabilities?

Stones on the Path

Sure, everyone gets motivated at success. But, very few get motivated at failures.

Pick Your Pain

“We must all suffer from one of two pains – the pain of discipline or the pain of regret.
The difference is, discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”