An almost panic attack, a movie inspiration & ageism.

Just when you think, you are at the precipice of doom and there is no going back, drowned in misery, and it feels that you know misery like no other. Even when, there are far worse-off people in the world, I know. But at the moment, it seems you are the lone sufferer, stuck in... Continue Reading →

Our Earth is dying. #OnlyOneEarth

The Earth is dying. What a morbid statement to start an article with, isn't it? Well, it’s the truth. Our earth which has sustained life for millions of years, with a million different species, is at the end of its lifecycle. Thanks to us humans. Humans have sucked up all the resources that nature has... Continue Reading →

She writes…

She writes.She writes to her heart's content.She writes when her heart is not content.She writes about the highs and lows,about the ebbs and flows.She writes when she relates, with the quirks & cliches.She writes to her heart's content,even when her heart is not content.Jinty Skariah Writing has been my constant from the past few years.... Continue Reading →

A Forgotten Anniversary…a day that was.

8a.m: Woke up that day with an ecstatic smile and a grateful heart. It’s our anniversary. We survived four years of marriage and a pandemic. Together. Under one roof. Wished husband for the 100th time.  The formalities of wishing and ceremonial cake cutting (in our case, cupcakes. There's an explanation) were already done with at... Continue Reading →

I wasted two years of my life.

"I regret wasting two years of my life" was something I said during a recent conversation with my husband. His immediate response was "you did not waste it. You used it to learn. You have grown as a person. You have acquired new skills. You are a better version of yourself. Don't you think?" I... Continue Reading →

A childhood of Lohri and Pongal thereafter.

Reminiscing the childhood days when I took part in Lohri celebrations in the north, and later learning how similar yet different the celebrations are in the south. My earliest memories of Lohri(harvest festival in the north of India) include going around houses with a bunch of friends seeking sweets made out of sesame seeds, peanuts,... Continue Reading →

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