To err is human.So why do we feel a need to put ourselves down, especially in front of others? On some occasions, if not all. Why do we feel this form of self-sabotaging is OK even if we justify it … Continue reading Just for fun or is it?
Who am I? I am not the person I was yesterday,I am not the person I will be tomorrow. But yet, somewhere, I am the person I was yesterday.I am that person for years to come, after. Then again, isn’t … Continue reading The search
I look up at the sky and see the clouds taking their usual stroll.And, wonder what if clouds could think? As they pave their way, do they wonder if this is what earth is made off? Or laugh at the … Continue reading If clouds could think
As kids, we were often fascinated to see our teachers outside the school premises. It is as if we didn’t think they had a life outside. What do they do, how do they speak, dress, and function? Somewhere, this notion gets carried into our grown years, knowingly or unknowingly. And, most often then not, we end up seeing a person in line with their role towards us rather than an individual. Interesting, isn’t it? One of the workshops I had attended during my student years around soft skills, called out this one point explicitly. We should learn to see a person … Continue reading Let’s talk – person to person.
I am not a podcast enthusiast but follow a certain few that grab my attention. One that recently caught my attention is a Jay Shetty’s podcast that talks about the process of waking up and how most of us look at our phones as soon as we do, which means we push our brain from 0% to 100% on the go by scrolling through emails, social media, etc. Now that got me thinking. I, of course, know and understand the ill effects of watching the phone before sleeping and waking up to it. But what does that mean for a … Continue reading Turning things around.