It all began with fun. Drinking for fun or fun drinking was the concept when I first sipped my first peg of McDowell’s No 1 rum. At most two pegs and I was high. And I spoke the most fluent English ever. Shared opinions on various issues- from political to social and believe me, it … More Adieu Alocoholism
So, today is January 1, 2018. The very first day of a fresh year. But what is there, rather I shall write, what was there today about which I should rejoice? Let me count… Well, I woke at the usual time. Did my usual work. Since the office was closed, the professional me was off-duty! … More What’s In A New Year?
I don’t know how I shall pour it out. Nor do I know if, even at all, I should write it down, post in and share it and let others read the dilemma of a soul who is constantly trying to root its roots deep inside the fertile land of dreams, aspirations, hopes, and limitless … More Conversation Of A Confused Soul
In any inter-personal relationship or argument, a truth has three parts. The first part of the truth is the truth that I think and believe to be true. The second part of the truth is the truth which the other person believes to be true. The third part of the truth, well is that part in which … More Ego Vs E, Go!
A joke is only a joke only till it tickles the funny bone, but when it starts making fun of your identity, your community- remember it is time the joke has turned into Frankenstein. I blame myself for being the initiator of this Frankenstein making process … More Feat. Mr Rajkumar
Social media posts, posted in your memory, through which your closed ones have questioned and accused you and have pointed fingers, made things worse for me. Those posts are all irrelevant now, aren’t day? … More Butterfly Effect
We all are correct in our own way, but at times a second or a third person may also not be entirely wrong. We should at least respect to the opposite person’s views. Agreeing or disagreeing comes much later … More I am never wrong!
A foolish act during adolescence can be ignored (as it can be rectified with persistence) but the repetition of the same during adulthood is far beyond the ambit of stupidity … More A candid conversation with self