Is it okay to give up? Maybe no. But letting go is okay right. They sound the same but one is less prejudiced than the other, won’t you say?
Isn’t it true we regret the choice we didn’t make more than the wrong one that we made? The what-ifs are the ones that haunt us for the rest of our lives, so why not just take the plunge.
With the controversial exit of Naomi Osaka from the French Open, one might think if it was an excuse or a genuine issue that needed attention. Will she regret it? Isn’t it the part of her job? Is she faking it?
And that’s when the realization hits you that mental wellbeing has been diminished to a mere excuse and not a priority.
Disparity that continue to plague American Society:100 years of Tulsa Race Massacre
They might be cringy as hell but lets be honest we live for them. Check out the % shows that made to our guilty pleasure list and find your’s too
Is quitting equal to be a loser. Is there a time when quitting can actually be beneficial. Let’s check out if there are times when giving up is not that bas.
Seventeen years after “The Last One” …
You all came back after 17 years and it felt like you never left. The bond, the memories (most of them for the cast), the friendship still intact like it was then, or did it flourished even more in all these years? It certainly did.
Dwelling in big cities and multi floored houses we hardly get a chance to know about the natural habitat. In the name of Development and Urbanization we have distanced ourselves from nature.It seems that our early live teaching has no significance if we are not practicing it in REAL.
For us the best way to secure Subdarlal Bahuguna’s vision will be when we as a youth will engage ourselves in embracing the challenges of protecting our Flora and Fauna.
One day you are important to someone and the very next moment as you know they move on like you never mattered. They are sweet to you until they get what they want and what follows is a bitter goodbye and sometimes not even that…….
“Fears may come. You may drown, but the belief that the hand is always there for you, makes you to get triumph over your fears.”
We live in a society that still schools women on their clothing choice but the minister that openly questioned a women’s upbringing and her ability to raise a kid because of a distressed jeans gets only a light slap on his wrist.
You say this society favors men over women but have you heard any crime against men ever. So is it that they don’t exist or that they are not reported?
Why is it that every time your prejudices slaughter my pride and I am mocked if I raise my voice against it.
But then am I doing my part or is it just a shallow preach for equality?