Category: Retrospection

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The See-Saw of Stability

All our life, we strive for stability. We sacrifice sleep and recreation for a better tomorrow. We sacrifice health to afford ample food. We sacrifice social life to make our families happy. We set … Read more…

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Being An Adult

  Being an adult is over-rated, or maybe the grass is always greener on the other side of the hedge.   As children, homework, discipline and the fact that we’ve to get early to … Read more…

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Be there. It matters….

Talk about depression; for some, a new hashtag; for some a horrendous battle. Depression is belittled in our country, and suicide is considered cowardly. However, the truth is so dark that everyone shows his … Read more…

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How I spent my Valentine’s…

As usual, I left home for college at 7 a.m. when I read my best friend’s text. ‘Happy Valentine’s Day!’ it said. I checked the date, Oh! 14th February. I wished her back and … Read more…

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A Letter to My Mother…

Dear Mamma, It is not Mothers’ Day, it is not Women’s Day, and it is not even your birthday. It is not that I am shifting to another city for university and not even … Read more…

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The X and Y!

One chromosome that divides the world population into two halves is the sex chromosome. Well, ideally there is a pair of sex chromosomes in the human body one of which is undoubtedly ‘X’ while … Read more…

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Perceive to Preserve

A botanist opens a flower, and differentiates the calyx and corolla. A florist holds a flower, and ties a ribbon around it. A poet sees a flower, and describes its every shade, every curve. … Read more…

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Can you stop comparing, please?

Growing up with siblings is not easy. Every time, everywhere there is this constant comparison that you have to face. Maybe this is one of the biggest reasons behind the so called ‘sibling rivalry’! … Read more…

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The Distraction Box

My news feed had a very interesting thing today. There was this article about a distraction box. It’s a box which can hold up to four phones at a time and is shut with … Read more…