Ever analysed the scripts of most of the really inspiring movies made? If you notice, they have some fairly similar elements with regards to the circumstances & the situations that the main character goes through:
I wrote this sometime back, so this one’s from the archives but still stirs the same amount of emotions and connect with the present. I started framing this in mind since weeks, writing it in the app since yesterday night, and kind of finished it now. And while I really didn’t have anything much to […]
Countdowns seem to be getting the better of me. They somehow happen to be the energy boosters & this one would be my favourite one till date. 100 days to the new year! And if you take it in another sense – the 100 day challenge to make the best of the days remaining in this year! :D
Teachers’ Day finally & the countdown has ended. After wishing everyone whose contribution I remembered through these posts (and also a few more, while definitely missing many) on this day, (well, after a tiring long Monday) I now sit down to write what my favourite teacher for life taught – Maa.
Embrace All Experiences – They All Teach You Something
Continuing the blog series on Teachers’ Day, acknowledging not only the teachers who taught us in school or college, but also the people – our mentors, contacts or friends who taught us so much despite not being our formal teachers. As they say, everyone is a teacher if you’re ready to be the pupil. Here’s the 9th one in the series.
You don’t realise how someone is feeling in a situation until you go through the same thing.
Well, missed May in the per month blog target – seems like I’ll have to make up for it in June. No issues :D
The late twenties seem to be offering way too many instances which make me go into deep thinking bouts. Getting old comes with a lot of introspection – no doubt about that! But what do we do with that amount of introspection?