Today's article features one of my favorite writers, one that I've had a pleasure of knowing for the past few years. And this is one of her best! So drop all that you're doing and read this RIGHT NOW! Lessons from a Kaleidoscope By Karishma Agrawal Ever used a kaleidoscope? A triangular prism, 3 mirrors, … Continue reading LESSONS FROM A KALEIDOSCOPE
If you have a black and white world Achromatic, no color, Doesn't matter where you go, it only gets duller, Then all you need is a lens with chromatic abberation All the whites will get colored, You'll have happier cognition.
(just trying my hand at quotes)
I've come to the conclusion That my favorite word is "Ephemeral". It leaves no delusion, Doesn't leave any confusion, Explains beautifully how everything is an illusion, Transitory, temporary, transient, Maybe it's all a collusion, A conspiracy between heaven and hell, That left us here, To live, to die, Ephemeral, You, me, and everything we've ever … Continue reading Ephemeral
The sun sets beautifully even in the city that can barely breathe, It still has the power to capture hearts in this city of heartless. Oblivious to the traffic and man made irritants, The Sun bids a lovely goodbye, No one cares, no one notices, no one bothers, It's the city. Cities don't have sunset … Continue reading The city sunset
In the confusion and din of daily life, Of the thousand news about thousand strifes With sides to take, opinions to generate In the Left, Right, round world Where voices are shouting, waiting to be heard, They're shouting slogans, screaming causes, Showing explicitly the dire consequences, One voice is lost. One voice remains, one voice … Continue reading The lost voice
The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough. ~Rabindranath Tagore With delicate wings, Beautiful and divine, Butterflies are nature's angels flying. Floating, and fluttering, for they are free, They count not months but in moments they be, Naturally "Zen", mindful and serene....
Usually on 31st December I come sit down and make a huge list of things I want to achieve and person I want to be. This list has everything, from short term goals to long term plans. Some specific things, some random stuff like "be healthy" and so on. In fact, many of "goals" I … Continue reading A Simple Plan
Mom and dad never taught me how to swim They tried... Let's be fair. Swimming classes and family members trying to make me and my sister understand how to "push water back" "breathe properly" "keep moving our legs" I don't know....I just never got the hang of it. And always thought that if I never … Continue reading Floating
If I start by giving examples of how much the "Government" in our country is lacking/corrupt/not working/lazy/whatever negative adjectives you love to use, I'd probably never get to the point. The fact that despite all the progress, there are many areas in our "Incredible India" that are not only unremarkable in their existence and function … Continue reading How to remove a corrupt Government