“They say time heals all wounds, but that presumes the source of the grief is finite” Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Prince To grieve is natural human emotion, just like feeling happy and joyful. For some grief is a silent, subtle state of mind … Continue reading Grieving The Ancient Way
Almost two decades ago, my father gifted me, ‘The God of Small Things’ written by Arundhati Roy. The book was immensely popular, a copy was peeping out of every prominent window of the bookstores or was happily waving at you … Continue reading Zindagi ki Talkhiyaan (The Bitter Life)
Life and death are a cyclical process and are an extension of each other. There is no life without death, and there is no death without life. I die when my dreams and hopes are crushed, when my heart is … Continue reading Day I Died
I live to fail and to succeed I live to cry and to laugh I live to grieve and to heal I live to trust and surrender I live to see the moon, stars, and planets dancing across the night … Continue reading What do I live for?
A couple of weeks ago, I went with my friend for star gazing. One the one hand, we were looking at the immortal, eternal and unchanging sky, while on the other we were wondering if the stars were dead or alive at this moment. I felt so insignificant in the big, dark and cold cosmos while she expressed that every moment is so precious as this life and this world is so unique. She felt every moment should be preserved and cherished. Human beings have always been fascinated with the concept of immortality. A few years ago, I had read … Continue reading Quest for Immortality
In life, there are times, when we stand at crossroads and wonder about the path of our lives. We are in a dilemma as to which way to choose. We are scared as we don’t know, what lies ahead on … Continue reading Path of Life