OCD Awareness | Rohit

From the year 2020 as coronavirus emerged we have learnt a lot. Locked up in 4 walls, watching as the virus took many but it was an opportunity for us to grow individually and spend time with our loved ones. Though this was a boon for us. The biggest problem that people face nowadays is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Being locked up has made us … Continue reading OCD Awareness | Rohit

The Little Things | Jatin

You can’t have it all. I’m sorry, but that’s the truth. No matter how much you try, you just can’t have it all. We all drudge through our life, overcoming challenges every step of the way, thinking that one day we might have it all. One day, we’ll be satisfied with what we have. But that never happens, does it? We learn to stand up … Continue reading The Little Things | Jatin

Ocean of Imagination | Atray

Humans have this special trait of being able to imagine scenarios that may have less or no chances of happening in reality as we perceive it. Wandering through a fantasy world and experiencing the life that we may never live is refreshing on its own if you think about it. Life, in general, tends to become slightly mundane as you grow up and set into … Continue reading Ocean of Imagination | Atray

Connection | Kritika

“To join or fasten together.” I came across this simple definition when I searched for the word “Connecting”. We come across thousands of people in our lives from the time of our birth to our death. From our parents, siblings, family, friends, teachers, colleagues to strangers on the public transport, a library or a friend of a friend. But out of these thousands of people … Continue reading Connection | Kritika

Friendship Antiquities | Shalini

The best kind of Antiques is old friends. Only a collector knows the true value of the antiques and only a true friend understands the value of friendship, for the others, it is just old useless stuff. They are priceless only to those who understand these things. All friends old or new are priceless. They are your insurance, your safety net. Please make friends very … Continue reading Friendship Antiquities | Shalini

What is Normal? | Triah

If you are just like me, to whom people complain that you are “too loud”, “too much” etc. I just want to say that you will always be “too much” for someone too loud, too quiet, too boring, too this or that for others.  I have been always asking myself the question “who are these people who decide too much”? And “How do they decide”? … Continue reading What is Normal? | Triah

Money and Happiness | Niall

The age-old question- does the amount of money you have in your bank account, assets or belongings make you happy? Or are there far more things in life that lead to our happiness? This is a topic where there is no one clear cut simple answer. As we all as humans while we share similar traits are all individuals with different views on what makes … Continue reading Money and Happiness | Niall

Believing | Kritika

“Never stop believing because miracles happen everyday” All of us believe in something. Something that we think about strongly, something we have complete faith in. We all believe in something or the other in the world around us. Something that makes us stronger, something that gives us strength and motivation, something that makes us want to strive for everything in life. A belief that doesn’t … Continue reading Believing | Kritika

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

Fear of Failure | Triah

Most fear of failure is short-sighted — meaning we don’t generally fear failing to do something well after years of practice, hard work and repetition. What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. This bears repeating: What we really fear is failing to do something right the first time. You know the most common fear everyone is fear of failure … Continue reading Fear of Failure | Triah