Posted in Story of Non-Humans.

An Empty Envelope (stories of non human) 

“Oh god, I’m nervous again. What kind of letter will they will put inside me. I hope it’s not a sad one.  I can’t see someone crying after opening me. God, that hurts. Please God, no sad letters. I want to carry happiness with me. I want spread happiness. In the world full of sadness, it’s amazing feeling to spread happiness. Fingers crossed. I hope it’s a happy letter this time.”
What you guys think,  must be going in the empty envelope? 


Posted in Dear Diary series.

Dear Diary #1

 People say one-sided love hurts, I know it does, but there is a bright side of this love.  You know you will never lose her, no break ups, no fights. 
Isn’t that wonderful?
 Love where you don’t expect anything in return. 
Joy of seeing a smile on her face is far bigger than the pain of her not loving me back. You know, I’ll be her best friend, I’ll be the person she can always rely on. I know I will be hurt, but at least I can make her smile. And I suppose that’s what true love is, to see the person you love smile, no matter what. 

“Some love lasts a lifetime. True love lasts forever.”

Posted in Awards.

Blogger Recognition Award 

I’m really honoured to be nominated for this award by my favourite blogger, one who has inspired me in so many ways. 

Thanks JM

** JM author of  https://silentfall.me

HOW I STARTED BLOGGING. 
It just happened. Maybe out of boredom, I had nothing to do, so I installed WordPress and started writing and my blogging journey started. First day I found this very boring, but slowly slowly I started enjoying it. Interacting with fellow bloggers was the best part. 

PIECES OF ADVICE TO NEW BLOGGERS. 

UMM, It’s not even been a month, I started blogging so I’m still new and still not eligible not eligible to advice others.  I wonder just tell two things which I have learned till now. 

1. BE CONSISTENT – most important thing is this, no matter if you are not getting likes or comments, just keep writing for the love of writing and one day people will recognise you. 

2. INTERACT – Go to someone’s else blog, read their blog, appreciate if you like them, build your community. 

“I had to nominate 15 bloggers for this award but I’m not going to nominate anyone, everyone who writes is as good as others, writing to everyone is different ball game. Everyone here is damn good and number of followers or likes is definitely not a measure to consider someone good or bad. So for me every blog which I follow and every blogger who is following is worth this award and I just can’t nominate any 15.”
Once again thank you J.M for nominating me and big hugs to all my readers. Thanks for stopping by and reading my blogs and appreciating me. 
Thank you. 🙂 

Posted in Thoughts and writings.

Solitude. 

“Knowing how to be solitary is central to the art of loving. When we can be alone, we can be with others without using them as a means of escape.” -Bell Hooks

When was the last time you went to lunch by yourself, or went to movie alone. Maybe you find it weird going to coffee, or lunch by yourself. In this age of social media, we have forgot the importance of being alone. Even if you go for lunch alone someday, you immediately take out your smartphone and check your Facebook, play games and watch videos. You act like normal, but you keep your head down and pray that no one looks at you. The truth is, you are just pretending. Yes, pretending to be busy to hide your embarrassment at being alone. 

That’s the problem of this social media society, we consider being alone as antisocial and weird.

We are all born alone, we will die alone, then why we are so ashamed of having some alone time in public space. Don’t be alone all the time but at least in a week, go for coffee or dinner by yourself, don’t wait for anyone to accompany you.  You will feel relaxed, there would be no burden to dress yourself to impress someone, you can order whatever you like without thinking about what your friends might think. Being alone helps you to connect with yourself. 

Don’t assume solitude as loneliness, both are entirely different. In loneliness, you feel alone, you don’t enjoy, but in solitude, you are alone, but you don’t feel alone, you enjoy things by yourself. And the day you start enjoying things by yourself, you will never depend on someone else for your happiness, your happiness will be in your hand, isn’t that great?

Since it’s the weekend, go for coffee by yourself, turn off the phone, just enjoy your solitude, connect with yourself. 

Who knows, you may find your awakening in the moment of solitude.

“Aloneness is the joy of just being yourself. It is being joyous with yourself, it is enjoying your own company. There are very few people who enjoy their own company. And it is a very strange world nobody enjoys his company and everybody wants others to enjoy his company. If they don’t enjoy he feels insulted and alone, he feels disgusted with himself. In fact, if you cannot enjoy your own company, who else is going to enjoy it?

Aloneness, solitude is positive. It is overflowing joy for no reason. It is our very nature to be joyous hence there is no need to depend on anybody else. There is no other motive in it, it is simply there. Just as the water flows downwards, your being rises upwards. Just give it a chance give it solitude

Compose yourself, be happy.

You are a seeker.”

– Osho

Posted in Thoughts and writings.

Strangers. 


“…sometimes one feels freer speaking to a stranger than to people one knows. Why is that? Probably because a stranger sees us the way we are, not as he wishes to think we are.”


Strangers. We are taught not to talk to strangers, they can be the kidnappers or murderers. But I don’t believe in that. Every person in this world has stories, stories that make them who they are. We all are made up of stories, we are inspired from stories. Every stranger has a lot of things for us, countless lessons to be learned. The solutions to all of our problems and maybe the next best friend.

Recently I started talking to a person(stranger) Over mail, and slowly, slowly we kind of become close friends. There were so many things to learn from her, she taught me so many things. I was inspired by her battles and her battle’s start motivating me to do better in my life. I always believe that even the people you don’t know can transform your life. Everyone has a different perspective about life, and while you talk to strangers and listen to their perspective, the way you think about world starts changing, and you start becoming a better person.  
We need to realize that every person is going through or has gone through some problems, and listening to their problems surely helps us to conquer our problems. 

Some people are stronger than you can even imagine, and she is one of them. Most of the most valuable lessons I have learned, has come from strangers. 
As it says that, we need to break rules, to live freely, so let’s for once break this golden rule of childhood, “Remember, don’t talk to strangers.”
Forget that such rules, even exist, go out and talk to a stranger, and see your life changing. 
Each time you say hello to a stranger, your heart acknowledges over and over again that we are all family.                                

 This post is dedicated to her, I would love to be your friend forever, hopefully we will be friend forever.  Thanks for inspiring me. 
Share your experience of talking to a stranger, and if you wish to talk to me, mail me. (Check “about the author” page) 
Pic- Strangers by Blanca Gomez

Posted in Thoughts and writings.

Unlove Someone. 


Once upon a time, you loved someone, more than your life, he was your soulmate. 

And one day, you broke up, things didn’t turned out well between you both.  He no longer was your soulmate, or the love of your life. Now you want to unlove him because he broke you apart.  You start unloving him. 

But is it possible to unlove someone, someone who meant the world, little while ago. 

Unloving someone, you once loved is next to impossible. You never unlove people. You don’t wake up one morning and find that you no longer love that person. Forget months and years, sometimes it doesn’t happen in a life time. Once you have truly given your whole heart and soul to a person, you leave a piece of yourself with them, and even after months and years of non communication, and you would still wonder how that piece of you is doing. 

It’s kind of funny how in this era of social media, how quickly people fall in love, break up and again fall in love with someone else. It’s either they didn’t loved the person in first place and they were living the false idea of love or maybe they confused infatuation with love. These days  people mostly confuse infatuation with love. 

“You never stop loving someone, you either never did or you always will.”

You will always love the person whom you truly loved. Memories of them, flashbacks, will remind you now and then about the trip you didn’t take. 

Their memories will run parallel with your daily life. 

You never unlove people, and they never goes out of your life. They stays with you always. No matter how badly they treated you, they never goes out of your life. Once a person comes in your life and you give him/her a little space in your heart, they stay there forever. You just can’t unlove people. 

With time, you will definitely heal, but you will have this scar — this tiny space cut into you that’s reserved for that somebody who used to play a big part in your life. For better or for worse, the scar will stay with you forever.

I would love to know what you guys think about unloving someone. 


“I believe that people come into your life and then some go. I also think there’s a purpose as to why they were in your life at all. Each one takes a piece of you when they go. Some leave pieces of themselves with you. Sometimes its’s wisdom, or maybe, it’s a lesson.”


— Shey Stahl, Waiting for You

Art – christina nguyen, pic credits – Google.