Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

“Known devil is better than the unknown devil.” This has been told to us since we were kids, but is it really true? Before we try to answer this question, I have another question for you. How do you know that the unknown person is the devil? Think about it. In assuming that the unknown is the devil, have you let your angle go by … Continue reading Known or Unknown Devil | Shalini

The Promise of January | Shalini

How strange is the relation between December & January? Like old memories and new hopes Both are delicate Both have depth Both travel done the path of time Both stumble along the same path Though both have …. The same face The same look The same cold The same number of days Identity is different Style is different Behaviour is different Outlook is different One … Continue reading The Promise of January | Shalini

The Journey of Thoughts | Shalini

There is many a slip between the cup and the lip. This old proverb is true in more ways than you ever think about. Its literal meaning is that anything can happen at any time irrespective of what one thinks. Let me ask you a question (and please be honest with yourself) How many times has it happened to you that your brain said something … Continue reading The Journey of Thoughts | Shalini

The Game of Perception | Shalini

A friend once told me that “Anything that you can’t quantify is a game of perception.” Things like love, happiness, sadness one cannot measure. Can you ask for a kg of happiness or a litter of love? You can’t and therefore they are as you perceive them. There is a flip side to it too. What brings you happiness can be the cause of someone … Continue reading The Game of Perception | Shalini