It's been 2 days since the news of Sushant Singh Rajput ending his own life shook all of us to the core. Most of us didn't know him in person, he might not even have been our favourite actor. And yet, almost everyone I speak to, is distressed and devastated by the news. As much … Continue reading It is a Big Deal !
For a year now, I have been a part of the corporate world. It was a world I was scared of, from the outside. And not a lot has changed yet. One of the things that I have learnt though, is a strange pattern of human behaviour, which I call 'Scape-Goat-ism' ............................... Corporate is like … Continue reading Scape-Goat-ism
I lost my father about a year and a half ago. He was an extraordinary man who lived an ordinary life. I know, every son feels the same about his father. But these are not my words completely, this is what people who knew him, always said about him. He lived an ordinary life, but … Continue reading If Only, Papa was a Soldier
About an year ago, while I was traveling in the Delhi Metro, I witnessed a unique episode. Inside the coach, these sign boards appears over every corner seat When I boarded, there was already an old aged Sikh couple sitting in the opposite row. A few stations later, a boy of almost the same age … Continue reading The Classical Conditioning of Notions
For a couple of years, my blog has remained rather inactive. And there's a reason to it. I'm decent with social networking and sorts. In fact, I have always been an early adopter of technology in general, but the last couple of years have been a little harrowing. With the upsurge of social media, individuals have … Continue reading Because Hatred is easy to spread !
Ever since life took that abrupt crotch, putting me right in the midst of the "Brightest Minds" , a realization that I'm probably not as 'bright' has been clambering unconsciously, somewhere deep within. And it gets reaffirmed by the opinions and sentiments I hold about mankind. One such reflection inspired this post. .............. There are people in our … Continue reading So Much for Logic !
"I don't like talking to him" she said. "That's perfectly ok" was my reply "but for what reason". She continued "Well, he is just not our class.... you know.....hanging around with him won't be of any good" It was a setback for me. Because both the second and the third person in the above conversation … Continue reading Being Classy !
"Why do you do things so impulsively?" asked one of my friends, the other day. "Because I believe that impulsive decisions are most accurate." I said. Giving me a weird glance, he asked "What if someday, something goes completely wrong?"My answer was "If I keep worrying about what might go wrong, I will keep missing … Continue reading Follow Instincts…. or Father Regrets !!
While I was in New Delhi recently, I had an interaction with a Canadian lady who had just landed in India. After about an hour of light hearted conversation, she said "You Indians are really cheerful". To which, I politely replied "You still can't say that lady, you have only met one Indian in me.... there … Continue reading Because we generalize too soon….
For the past few days, I have been playing soccer regularly. I realized that it doesn't matter what your age is, you simply enjoy when you start playing a sport. There is something about sports that keeps us in high spirit. Nothing eradicates disparity as quickly as sport. It is just pure fun, regardless of … Continue reading Be sporting