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…