I kept running. As fast as my legs could take. Breathing heavily, panting, as the shadows swept past by. Something felt wrong, amiss. Something was following me, matching my pace, feet to feet. It felt like a nightmare. A moment back, I was at the dinner table and a second later I am running for my life. Thundering around in the alley. Was it a … Continue reading An Encounter With The Unknown
I am lost in the thoughts of existentialism. Clobbering myself with the sense of purpose, achievement, failure(s), and identity. Probably that’s what traveling does to you. A self embibed search, understanding how things transpire, and how we may grow beyond. Yet, when being reminded of the destinations I have been to, and which I aim to revisit, I am either filled with nostalgia or regret. … Continue reading I Am Lost In Thoughts
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
Yes, this is a long overdue post. I was afraid either I would blank out and not know what to write or would end up writing a thesis. The blank word document lying open on my laptop was teasing me all along, and I found myself diverted fully into cutting my nails, failing to find the right words to express those emotions, the way I wanted … Continue reading Anecdotes from A Distant Land
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Being productive while travelling is a good way to utilise your travel time. Productivity is not just about doing work all the time, it is also about learning and experiencing new things. Continue reading How to be productive while traveling?