Self pity is harmful

Stop drowning yourself in self pity

In this metropolitan city, where technological advancement has made life easier than before, there are a considerable number of people drowning in self pity. Those who are often complaining about their underlying failure or lack of access to opportunity. Constantly blaming the poor stars under which they were born. I was the same. Each day I would submit myself to drowsiness. Complaining. Criticising. Full of … Continue reading Stop drowning yourself in self pity

What is MeToo Movement In India?

The MeToo movement that began in the year 2017 has been making waves around the globe. Post entering the territories of India, it has made its presence felt on the subject of sexual harassment at workplace, abuse of power, and violence across industries. But what is this MeToo movement? #MeToo is a social movement empowering woman to come forward with the plight originating from violence … Continue reading What is MeToo Movement In India?

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetence

As humans, we all succumb to the act of aggression at some point in life. The said aggression might be the cause of a provocation, an act of defense, a reaction, or an inbound frustration (dissatisfaction). Yet, despite knowing that violence is the extreme form of anxiety we tend to bring forth our worst. Depreciating ourselves to the extent of a beast with no restraint. … Continue reading Violence is the last refuge of the incompetence

It was not the river that chose to flow through the cities!

I flicked through the stream of water as it jittered down the path. The surrounding green plush, the serenity, and the solitude. Heaven on earth or that’s what I thought it to be. Despite the chirping birds and the deer on the lookout crossing my path, the area was surprisingly empty and calm. Probably this is what we label as the calmness post or preceding … Continue reading It was not the river that chose to flow through the cities!

What Is The Myth Of Middle Class In India?

Whenever I hear Europeans per se the Indian equivalent of western countrymen talking about the Indian middle class’ I often wonder what do they mean? What section of the Indian society are they referring to? Are they referring to the conventional wisdom consisting of the 601 million-odd consumer class, or the few 100 million people with the ability to afford their luxuries? Or the ones who earn … Continue reading What Is The Myth Of Middle Class In India?