When I was a child…

The storms would come the sun won’t shine the clouds would hound the stories would undermine. The shattered souls would cry through crime the meaningless tears would no more shine. The broken pieces would spread like slime and non-mendable trust shall break in line. The power of love would no more whine the mountains would… Continue reading When I was a child…

My Diary's Page

Amidst the Chaos, We Smile

Sitting and having a heart-to-heart with my blog today, not because I cannot vent my feelings to humans. It is just that people have judgments in their heads that I cannot stand right now. So let’s begin, shall we? Here, nobody is going to judge me, and even if someone does, I won’t be able… Continue reading Amidst the Chaos, We Smile


An Incomplete Letter to Myself in 2020

It’s time to think, over and over again. What are we here for? Until when are we going to last? Until when is this entire situation going to last? What will we take when we depart? Will everything be normal? Yes. When? God knows. What can we do about it? Accept and let it flow- THIS will entirely change your perception.

40 Rules of Enlightenment · Poetry

Rule # 33 – From Emptiness to Nothingness

While everyone in this world strives to get somewhere and become someone, only to leave it all behind after death, you aim for the supreme stage of nothingness. Live this life as light and empty as the number zero. We are no different from a pot. It is not the decorations outside but the emptiness… Continue reading Rule # 33 – From Emptiness to Nothingness


IKIGAI by Hector Garcia, Albert Liebermann: Book Review

Books can be your mentors and this is one of them. This book got me struck from the very first page that says: “Only staying active will make you want to live a hundred years.” —Japanese proverb  I truly believe in this statement. I have been active all my life and sitting idle kind of depresses me (a weird fact about me that now many of you… Continue reading IKIGAI by Hector Garcia, Albert Liebermann: Book Review