Patience Art Requires | Kritika

We are living in a time where we have the entire world at our fingertips, anything can be done with just a snap of our fingers. In a world where technology is so advanced and everything so fast-paced that you get food in a drive-through within 10 minutes. Talking to someone in a time-zone 7 hours behind happens in a blink. Learning anything and everything … Continue reading Patience Art Requires | Kritika

Hope vs. Optimism | Lavanya

AMOR FATI: – A Latin phrase for ‘love of fate’. Fate is an event that is out of a person’s control. Fate makes you vulnerable, it occupies so much headspace that you are compelled to ‘hope’. Say fate can also make you ‘optimistic’, but how are being hopeful and optimistic different yet they mean the same thing. Being in a positive state of mind still, … Continue reading Hope vs. Optimism | Lavanya

Dealing with Selfish People | Atray

“I expect you to be there when I need you.” It’s all good to hear this at first but the problem arises when it is a one-sided rule. However, when the time comes to reciprocate, they vanish. We have always been taught to help the needy. It goes without saying that we should always be there for our loved ones, right? But let’s admit it, … Continue reading Dealing with Selfish People | Atray

Peace or Chaos | Rohit

In life, things are always related. One instance leads to another and the cycle continues. Relatability is what moves the world. If we remove one thing from the other. The world can be peaceful or can be chaotic depending upon the situation. My anger and emotions are well connected. Relatable to each other. If I remove my emotions attached to someone. My anger or love … Continue reading Peace or Chaos | Rohit

Growing Up – A Part of Life | Triah

Each one of us has nostalgic memories of childhood in our minds. As I listen to the song “Kho Gaye hum Kahan” remind me of the journey each of us has from childhood to adult. That is in the process of growing, sometimes, we lose our innocence. In childhood, it was less stress, less anxiety, and every day and everything felt as colourful as a … Continue reading Growing Up – A Part of Life | Triah

Rejection is not Denial | Lavanya

As an extension to the positive culture, many of us have been ‘propagandized’ with the belief that we should non- reluctantly be accepting and be affirmative. Here’s the main say from the so-called positivity books- ‘open yourself to opportunities, be affirmative. Say yes to everything and everyone. But what needs to be done is to “close the sight to senseless sights”, because we need to … Continue reading Rejection is not Denial | Lavanya

With Love comes Pain | Jatin

To Rockstar, Calling you a movie would be a gross understatement. Calling you an experience would be incomplete too. You are something so real and deep that even after a whole decade; you make us feel things that no other movie has ever made us feel. In the innocent eyes of Janardhan, we all saw our naïve reflection, untouched from the feeling of love, hurt … Continue reading With Love comes Pain | Jatin

Acceptance | Atray

“Acceptance“- a word that is often seen written all over the internet. It’s a word that holds a lot of weight on its own. However, it’s important to know what it truly means, and realize it. Often people run away from new ideas, new perspectives and things that might seem different to their likings. It results in jumping to conclusions too quickly. There are people … Continue reading Acceptance | Atray

Gratitude is Contagious | Ambalika

Try looking around yourself today and pause for a moment. You will find enough reasons to feel positive and express tremendous gratitude. The life that you have, the people that surround you and the memories you make whatsoever, is all a measure to feel positive and appreciated at all your highs and lows. We often express gratitude by thanking people or by simply gifting something … Continue reading Gratitude is Contagious | Ambalika

Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin

“Beta yeh tumhara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ya nahi, tumhari koshish karti hai”. (Child, your result doesn’t decide your success, your effort does). I think almost everyone wanted to hear this from their parents at one point or the other in their life. Making Chhichhore hit every chord of human emotions so perfectly. The peer pressure movie we deserved. In the … Continue reading Life Lessons from Chhichhore | Jatin