Turning a year older, I wonder like I do every year.What is age, if not just a number? I believe I turn wiser by the second. Am I still the same old foolish me, at times? Yes. I am. Do … Continue reading The zing.
A breath of fresh air.Is that what I said, then? Yes, the reason for stepping out. Every night standing on my patio,gazing at the sky and the stars, mesmerized. So elegant and yet so dazzling. The night air feels like … Continue reading The beauty of it all.
The element of the unknown.The reflection of your true self.The sight of what lies deep within. That’s what scared me. In dreams and in reality,that is why the still waters scared me. With waves, you know what you expect.You can … Continue reading A symphony.
#triggerwarning #mentalhealth You ask why,Why did I change?What was the need? Why can’t things be like they were before? And I said this then, and I say this now, “to break the cycle.” Because Every time I see you, I … Continue reading A letter to…
Last week, I lost my cool in a public place, and one thing I do when I lose my cool is laugh. Yes, I believe in losing cool calmly and humorously.Yes, the onlookers find it absurd and scary. Here is … Continue reading Bursting the bubble.
I type this post as I set my phone aside after watching the movie Sara’s. The film does not call out anything we haven’t already heard of before but emphasizes listening to this time. #spoileralert #notamoviereview #notapaidpost Sara’s is a … Continue reading Why think?
Hello there! A happy weekend to you. What’s cooking? I keep talking so much about mental health, so today, I thought, why not write something about my experience through self-discovery and journey thus far. Fun fact: I wanted to pursue … Continue reading Not broken, just in recovery.
Every story has a back story.And that story has another back story.Then another one and another one and another one. So, when you ask my story.What do I say? Do I share the story of now or then?Do I share … Continue reading The yarn ball
Star crossed lovers.Damned by the life at every turn.Until life couldn’t confine them no more. Continue reading The contempt
I once asked an older person what the costliest mistake and the biggest regret in their life is. The response came, “Crossing the thin line between helping someone and losing my sense of self. And then not being able to … Continue reading The Dilemma.