The Wish

This year for my new year wish I ask, A little more luck and a little something from the past. I want that girl who sat at my side when I drove, I want the girl whose laugh made my day whole.   Every one of those exchanged smiles from across the room, I want …

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Full Body Workout At Home – No Equipment

Amidst the outbreak of Corona Virus and the immediate shut down of public facilities including gyms, offices, etc. we're moving to a very dormant, 'work-from-home' lifestyle. Nobody knows how long it'll last. Hence, it is important to make sure you get your daily workout fix at home and stay in shape. The best part is, anyone …

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You Vs. Who?

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com I was Cycling this morning and I noticed another cyclist about half a kilometer ahead. I could guess he was Cycling a little slower than me and that made me feel good, since I was faster. I said to myself, "If I ride a little faster, I will catch …

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The Run

Take a thousand steps and maybe a thousand more, And ever so often you’ll want to take a thousand more. In the mornings, evenings or late at night, A therapeutic activity to test your fight. Every step taken is a step closer to your goal, A step towards making your achievement whole. And when your …

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Becoming By Michelle Obama

I was really looking forward to reading this book because I thought I’d get an insight of what it was like living in the White House and what it was like to be the First Lady. But this book is so much more than that. Celebrity memoirs are often like fondant-covered cakes, laboured to blemish-free …

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An Open Letter

Insecurities - Overthinking - Validation - Self Respect - Mental Peace - Love - Happiness. Some very big words these, big enough to literally control huge chapters in our lives and yet, so easily and critically connected to each other like a series of dominos. Take care of one of these aspects in your life …

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Raavan : Enemy Of Aryavarta By Amish Tripathi

The third instalment in the Ram Chandra series, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, follows Raavan’s life, set in 3400 BC. A fierce warrior, brilliant scholar, ruthless businessman, powerful king, artist, musician and statesman all rolled into one, Raavan is known in mythology as the villain who kidnapped Sita, wife of mythical god Ram, in the epic Ramayana. Instead of …

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Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

The story revolves around a guy (our lead) who goes by a few names ranging from Lindsay/Lin who later gets his Indian name ‘Shantaram’ while on one of his adventures in a village in India. Shantaram is about a man who in one life was a robber/thief and who escapes a maximum security prison in …

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