Living in the Uncertainty

Dashing down the blues, walking down the streets, starry flakes over knees, tapped in an air of melancholy. Long and eerie roads ahead, striving both ends of life cold are the young and the old! In this city of thorns, where did the humanity go? Where did the chattering of elders go? Where did the... Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday #10

"We sense that ‘normal’ isn’t coming back, that we are being born into a new normal: a new kind of society, a new relationship to the earth, a new experience of being human." ~ Charles Eisenstein   Joining with mysoultalks and Natashamusing ! All you need to read is their guidelines. Check them out in... Continue Reading →

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 →

Building Resilience in times of crisis

Even without a reminder of COVID-19, there were enough witnessing parallel shades of anxiety, instability and fears. Struggles in our everyday lives were hard enough, hanging on to that ache like ever, as life won't change until we need to change our crisis all the time. “You never know how strong you are… until being... Continue Reading →

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