I Am Lost In Thoughts

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 aimContinue reading “I Am Lost In Thoughts”

Concentration and mindfulness of routine

There are days when it becomes impossible to focus on work. The art of staying focused, inspired and motivated, seems to dissipate on the morning blues. Stepping into the office and leading into a cabin, a 12 x 12 cubicle of exhaustion, I gaze at the imaginary sky with chirping birds flying over. The corporateContinue reading “Concentration and mindfulness of routine”

A piece of mind (Shout Out)

You have ever had this everlasting feeling of being stuck between a devil and a deep sea. A series of incidents and circumstances where you feel damned if you do and damned if you don’t. A sense of being lost or being driven to a whirlwind ride destined to a place full of responsibilities you didn’t know existed.Continue reading “A piece of mind (Shout Out)”

A journey back to the city where it all began.

“I Can’t breathe properly” I complained to my father. My skin itching and burning red, rashes developing on my entire body. It was the day I was supposed to travel, meant to travel back to the city where it all began. “You want to visit a doctor? You can postpone your trip…” he suggested.  “No!” IContinue reading “A journey back to the city where it all began.”

Human History is a Glass Maze

Have you ever wandered around in a glass maze? Lost and assembled in the desire to escape the same, with the sole aim to make an exit. Along the way, there are times when the exit seems right in front of you behind the glass pane, yet you turn, bump into a glass, lose yourContinue reading “Human History is a Glass Maze”

Reviewing the Supreme Court Triple Talaq Verdict

On August 22, 2017 the Supreme Court of India judged the practice of Triple Talaq to be discriminatory and unjust to women, and thereby struck it down on account of its misuse and violation of the fundamental rights doctrine.