Coping With The New Normal #Covid19


The world won't be much different after the coronavirus phase. Mankind will bring political and religious remarks flooding over different medias. Though prevalent over years, this could be the most deadly virus that never misses an opportunity to play its manipulative schemes. We are the viruses that plague our tongues and our poor minds! With... Continue Reading →

Lockdown 4.0: Kerala Chapter #Covid19


Kerala Chapter Around the globe, there had been appraises for this rockstar slash corona slayer, Health minister Smt. K. K. Shailaja, a higher secondary school teacher for her leadership in responding proactively and bold actions to combat Covid19 crisis. With numerous interviews and articles, countless messages applauding her efforts, there was a 'Kerala model' (everyone's... Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday #9


The railway lines had a story to say in this 'new normal' phase - they were the stories of nature at its best. Fragrances of flowers fill the earth with beautiful red blossoms touching the incoherent spaces of our minds, hearts and souls. This picture credits are not mine, but tweeted under 'Ministry of Railways'... Continue Reading →

Beginning


“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings”– William Arthur Ward "In the Beginning, God created the Heaven and the Earth" - if you believe in this first and a simple verse in the Bible,  - you will have difficulty in believing the rest of... Continue Reading →

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Click! Click! Click! Isn't that a perfect mug shot, miss? In an essentially inconsequential selfies With loads of exclamations and hashtags Texted, Tweeted, Tumblr-ed and Trolled on Fakebook In many facades than one. From duck face to fish gape Aren't we all obsessed with Snapchats and Tiktok? To make our presence known across the streaming... Continue Reading →

Life in times of Corona Virus: The Indian chapter


Historically, different era teaches us different lessons to help us learn. We humans never learn from the past, ponders about present and anxious about future. With this vigorously-vivid deadly virus, it has affected us intimately and economically in numerous ways.One question the media keeps asking is how this corona phase shall change us - for... Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday #8


Welcome you to another post in Wordless Wednesday and The Ramblings of a Poet! ♠ Every day goes by like the blink of an eye keeps changing its colours in varying shades of yellow and blues Why, Why are you being so harsh on me Sunshine? All days, So Bright and nosy! Some lines fading... Continue Reading →

Book Review: From Son to Stranger


An immense courage to publish once own life in printed words for the world to read, review, love and critic. Book Title: From Son to Stranger - Coping with Loneliness            Author name: Ritu Lalit           My Ratings: 5/5            About the Book... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Eleven Minutes


“You can either be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure. It all depends on how you view your life.” Book Title : Eleven minutes Author: Paulo Coelho My Ratings: 4.5/5 Recently, I got to read this book as one of my friend suggested to read Paulo writings. Though this... Continue Reading →

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