Thanks for trying so hard. I know it’s not easy for you too. And you have been trying different ways to make me feel at ease to lend your ears even when I keep mum to say you are there for me, but also to know when not to speak to be a friend when it’s … Continue reading Thanks!
This post was published in The Guardian. I couldn’t but help. Fall in love with the post, the emotions, the language, the widsom but most of all, the writers chewing out words not for the sake of the world but for the sake of the words themselves. Here is a Excerpt: Anne Enright I have … Continue reading Falling short: seven writers reflect on failure
Featured Image Courtesy: Crosswalk Before you go ahead, here is a warning, this is not a happy post, it’s not sad either. It is simply an out pour of emotions. If you are still reading, may be you are interested in what I have to say. Rather, what I feel. Thank you. I respect that. … Continue reading It is never easy is it?
This is an edited version of a post I had published couple of years ago. When was the last time you didn’t look at the time? I mean can you think of experiences from your past? May be you were dancing your heart out the song and before you knew it the dance floor was … Continue reading Timeless
If you are coming to my blog for the first time, you must know, I love reading. Beginning of this year, I took upon the mighty take of reading 100 books this year.Fourth month in to the challenge, I have read 13 books till now, way below the target 31 books. This year marked a … Continue reading A Quick update on my reading progress
Have you ever delved into the life of a book? Imagine the words of a book as it speaks its heart out to you. via When Books spoke to Humans — SpecterSurmises Sharing my friend’s blog on books. I loved the description so much that I am posting here. Anyone who love reading books, must, must read! … Continue reading When the books spoke..
“When the wind calls, you know, that somewhere in the mountains, it has found the answers that you were looking for. The pull of the horizon overcomes the inertia of reason…And you just have to go.” –Vikram Oberoi Continue reading For the love of the mountains…