As I grew older, I realized that everyone wants security, genuine love, understanding, and few real people in their lives. Have you reached the point in life where we don’t need many people and only a few people who truly understand us?
The ache for home lives in all of us. A safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned to be.
Have you ever been asked, “What type of relationship do you want?” If yes, then let’s check out what the ideal relationship looks like in the simplest form.
Is it the outer beauty that we glaze or the material possession. Or let’s say the academic achievement or the status in the society? A person should be conscious of his/her actions, reaction, and words. And should know the way to treat oneself and others. According to me, here are few basic life skills which one should propagate early in life, in order to be successful.
While the news regarding the judgment of Chhattisgarh’s marital rape case breaks, the question of how much longer are we going to use the narrative of illiteracy, poverty, and sacred values to defend the misogyny while the world is moving past it.
Finally, we all say the system failed, it’s the system’s fault but who is this system exactly? Isn’t it the people? The ones in the power that we elected? So, who exactly is accountable? The ones that had the power to make a difference and failed us or us who had the chance to help but we didn’t care enough just like the time of elections? So, should we blame? And if blaming is a solution? And the important one is any of the government, be it central or state, can be termed as an efficient government?
You are right, there are thousands of miles before I finish my journey but then the journey ends with me, on my death bed.
You see my unsuccessful attempts, I see them as fun stories to be told.
My journey is not what you want it to be rather everything I have ever wanted it to be. And I only wish when I finish it and the Almighty asks was I satisfied with my life, I am able to look at him/her and say – Maybe but I was surely happy until the very end.
What I was looking for was happiness even at my worst, to learn to love myself and support everyone else. And that is the journey I wish I have.
Neeraj Chopra pens down the new achievement for the Indian athletes and while we are all cheers is it really the sentiment we feel for sports? Read more to know about the hypocrisy that is prevailing.
Recently the tennis legend ‘Billie Jean King’ has been conferred with the ‘2021 Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award’.
King, who is regarded as a major proponent for equality in women’s sports, set a milestone in 1973, a tennis match against her male counterpart Bobby Riggs.
Though her Victory changed women’s tennis, BUT still the game is not a paradise for women.
Recently Instagram has rolled out the new features , let’s take a sneak peek of them and understand the details.