Story of an unfulfilled wish My meditation this morning brought forth memories of a long-forgotten pilgrimage that I embarked on years ago. With a wish in my heart that I never actually wanted to be fulfilled. At the moment, it was everything I wanted in life. It did not feel like a challenge that I... Continue Reading →
To my non-Christian friend who keeps wishing me Happy Good Friday each year despite my constant efforts to explain that Good Friday is not a day of celebration, but a day of mourning. This article is for you. Read on to understand the significance of the days leading up to Easter. And I hope that... Continue Reading →
Read on to know why? Each year like the majority of us, I jump on the bandwagon of penning down my new year resolutions with a vigour I have witnessed only in my pet when she spots her food. "while the rest of the world is making recap reels and celebrating the year that was,... Continue Reading →
Today is our last day in this house, the first house my husband and I moved into after marriage. As I sit and await the end of this adventure and begin a new one in our new place. I am reminded of another adventure I began a year ago. The journey of The Soulful Introvert.... Continue Reading →
“I know I am not alone in this and there are many who feel the same way. I want to tell you, don’t be afraid,” Have you ever had a feeling of ineptness? Feeling you are not good enough? Felt like you don’t belong somewhere and if you do, it’s not because of your skills... Continue Reading →
If there was ever a book written about me, this will be it. It's the story of my life written in a book. It connected to me on a personal level. The main protaganist's dislike for his name, his dual life growing up. Everything is relatable. Give the article a read to know more.
“A constipated stomach leads to a constipated mind”. This quote bears true for anyone who holds onto shit(quite literally) or rather has a shitty mind. The solution for the former is obviously a laxative or bottle gourd(trust me that works) but the latter needs a bit of introspection. The title would have piqued interest of... Continue Reading →