It's just been two days since I took this tiny bit step of joining My father's office, but it feels like some days have already passed and some tasks already done, because they have been stationary in my mind. With a scary future, anticipated rewards and a little ray of hope, my trembling feet stepped … Continue reading The scary future.
Standing at point, looking far away from a mountain top, you would never know where you would be some years later. Often amidst all our fears and expectations, we take up challenges that rise much above our versions of success. That make us so consumed and absorbed within itself. And still we take up challenges. … Continue reading Up the creek
As I sit in front of my desk which is currently covered with huge books that leave no space for even dirt to persist, there is something that travelled to my mind, encouraging me to pen it down before it dissapears. Life right now is slightly different than what it was some months back. There … Continue reading Head start
Some aspects in life cannot be controlled and often these aspects demand recognition. One’s soul however strong, attaches itself to situations that may or may not be of importance. Attachment is that phenomenon that leaves you bruised if it is not reciprocated. It is that only gesture that measures your affection towards someone or something. … Continue reading Loose strings
Priorities. Aren’t they always prioritized? Do you prioritize your priorities? My friend once told me, I do. Can these be difficult to decide on? And if yes, can people have multiple priorities? We live to achieve our goals, only when the goal is our priority. The head of the department lives to put down her … Continue reading The First concern.
Usually the end of something is scary. Scary because it might just get over and maybe never occur again. Obviously there are instances where the end is a mere fascination, or it may turn out to be so. But ends are what we wait for, what we anticipate, what we expect, and maybe what directs … Continue reading Edged out
This diary entry is specially dedicated to my brother, who lost his dearest friend in an accident, some months ago. To, by this, make him and myself secretly understand that life is to just move on, and never stop, until destiny interrupts. Destiny has its own way of conveying things. Sometimes people assume destiny to … Continue reading Die another day