It is easier to blame someone else, you sleep better thinking that it was someone else’s fault. No matter how bad you are hit, you can always get up and walk again! There is nothing such as bad luck we only get what we deserve. Life is easier when you are alone but it is … Continue reading Confessions
I learned of Rugters- an international organization working for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). And as I share about things I learn I thought to I would share what I learnt about Rugters and its amazing work. But first it is important to understand why SRHR are important. In many parts of the … Continue reading Rutgers: SRHR Education
We study rigorously throughout our life about helping people in need and how to be able to lend a supportive hand yet only few are bold enough to take the challenge practically and are able to bring some change in society. Many communities especially in the developing countries need support and assistance to get out … Continue reading BRAC’s Work: Freedom From Want
Track is the story of a girl: Robyn Davidson, who embarks a journey through the deserts of Australia. Her love and passion is admirable and I feel like the journey she took was a way to find back herself. She traveled in 1977 and after her trip wrote a book about it. And only in 2013 … Continue reading Movie Review: TRACKS
As I sat today at work looking at all the stories and reading about their business, it struck to me how detached I am to all these people and their story is just like many others. And a sudden feeling of sadness came over me. Human-How easily we express all that is, the brilliance, the … Continue reading Fierce-As Strong As One can Be!
Do you know Voltaire used to drink lots and lots of Caffeine? Tea and Coffee have had me at my worst and you know how they say when they can have you at your worse they deserve to be loved (I know I just made it up ) I love having coffee and tea but … Continue reading Simple Pleasure such as Caffeine
“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say ‘My tooth is aching’ than to say ‘My heart is broken’. Yet if the cause is accepted and faced, the … Continue reading Mental Pain