When I was 12 years old, I came across the idea of donating your hair to be made into wigs for cancer patients. I was immediately intrigued. Since a young age, I’ve always looked up to the people who are active volunteers in community service. I believe these are the strong, hard working people who … More Donating My Hair – a big change but a great experience.
“We fear nothing but the fear itself”, quite an oxymoron it is! Well, it means we fear “Fear”. But what is this fear and why is it so fearful? Can we relate it to darkness or gloom? Or can we say it to be any horror? If yes; what is this fear and how is … More FEAR – Friend OR Foe?
I have a writer’s mind, a mind constantly thinking and analyzing, till the moment I drift off to the wonderful oblivion of the world of sleep. It won’t stop racing long enough to focus on a math equation or a chemical formula or a monetary spread sheet. It’s running, it’s racing, won’t stop, won’t breathe. … More Disregarding the Writer’s Mind
The other day, a strong and physically fit young man knocked on my car’s window at a red signal, with his hands wide open, and face a picture of utter despair. As I turned to look at him, a very old but vivid memory resurfaced…. I’m sitting in the backseat of the car enjoying a … More Plates of Haleem
In today’s fast-paced and competitive world, it is easy to find one’s self in a situation where despite constant struggle and excretion not an ounce of appreciation is witnessed. The reason behind this is not one which is too complicated; in fact, we all play a part in creating what I call is the paradox … More Overworked and Underappreciated