Love – Lost and found.

  Four months ago, I lost the love of my life, my pet dog, Chikoo. The heartache was unbearable. All the love that I was  used to, was gone, forever.  Dealing with his absence was exhausting. Heartbreak, or loss of someone you have loved dearly, takes its toll on the heart.  It takes time to …

Hug more often.

In the city of Vienna, Austria, lives a young man by the name, Thyago Ohana.  Let's call him an angel in disguise. You will soon learn why. Every two or three months, he goes out on the busy streets with a big smile and a sign that says, "Free hugs".  He opens his arms for …

The silent cry for help.

Lately, an alarming trend seems to have taken over the social media.  Calling it a trend in itself is disturbing, but these incidents that  I came across make me wonder if we can call it by any other name! You may have heard/read about the young lawyer who tried capturing her suicide on camera before …

On the temporariness of life.

It's not impermanence that makes us suffer. What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent when they are not. _Thich Nhat Hanh How I wish this vibrant bloom would defy the impermanent nature of life! It has been some time now since I have been on a learning spree, if I can call …

On love and attachments.

Learning to live without the person whom we loved more than our life is one of the toughest things we humans experience during our life. Almost every moment of our day we spend in their shadows, enveloped in their love; we don't even realise when they became an extension of our selves. We come to …