I love drinking tea. I take several cups in a day. I’d say I am addicted to tea. When I need tea, I really must have a cup. Tea brightens my mood.
I love taking long walks. I double the speed, especially in the summer. It affords me time to clear my head of any apparent congestions and blurry visions as I reflect on life.
I have a great penchant for bright colours. It’s a cultural thing from where I come from but my exposure to the Danish society is taking that shine off me. I now adorn some grey and drab colours being their most cherished colour code. Continue reading →
In the end, all the small things you do make a big difference. Life isn’t about a single moment of great triumph and attainment. It’s about the trials and errors that slowly get you there – the blood, the sweat, the tears, and the small, inconsequential things you do on a day-to-day basis. It all matters in the end – every step, every regret, every decision, every minor setback and minuscule win. Continue reading →
It was a fatal accident and Peter suffered a severe brain injury. He could vaguely remember seeing a car coming towards him that Thursday evening.
He tried to narrate the ugly incidence to those around him, after three days, when he finally came out of a coma in the hospital. But, alas, his family were hit with his decline in memory. Continue reading →
I applaud the utterly fantastic writing initiative by WordPress.
The Daily Prompt as it is called is a vigorous exercise that improves one’s writing skills. It is no doubt an immense tool, especially for the newbie blogger who seek inspiration. It’s such a great way to learn and get better with the craft of writing and the art of communication as you engage with other writers. Interacting with other bloggers is a way to attract followership and foster good relationships. Continue reading →
There are times we are besieged by very chaotic situations and it becomes evident that only a timely decision will save us from a bad nightmare. At this critical moments, any emotional decisions will only keep us in a circle. We have to take a definite stance and call a spade a spade without being over emotional or sentimental.
How many times have you thought “this isn’t working” or “something is not right” or “things have to change?” Those thoughts are coming from your intuitive inner voice. It’s your wake-up call calling. Continue reading →