To Those who want to Quit | Fight your Demons

2 min read You learnt at an early age that pain has a solution- pills. The white one for headache, the green plasticky one for an upset tummy, the red one for body strain. One day, your “friends” offered you a blue one. “If it can take pain to normal, it can take normal to ecstasy.” Well, logical … Read moreTo Those who want to Quit | Fight your Demons

The Rigidly Vulnerable Nature of Human Superiority

3 min read The vastness of the universe, kickstarting at a cellular level as the building block of our body, at the observation of the cell and its organelles, that’s where we start, from the beginning of existence and till we arrive to the subject of continuity of race. Changes undergoing and undergone, we humans have somehow survived … Read moreThe Rigidly Vulnerable Nature of Human Superiority

The Fundamentals of Caring- Why You Should Watch It!

2 min read The Fundamentals of Caring If you’re looking for a warm movie on a cold winter evening, you should definitely watch Rob Burnett’s ‘The Fundamentals of Caring’. Distributed by Netflix Inc., The Fundamentals of Caring stars the F.R.I.E.N.D.S star, Paul Rudd as Ben, a retired writer who is coping with the abrupt death of his son and … Read moreThe Fundamentals of Caring- Why You Should Watch It!

An Imaginative Collision – What then is Love?

6 min read Hello reader.I am back at writing, and by writing I mean really, WRITING after a long while.I have been writing poetry and shorter pieces but I intend to go overboard with this one because I have long since “felt” a piece as I am doing now, because of the fact that I have not exhausted … Read moreAn Imaginative Collision – What then is Love?

A Voice Beneath the Culture

3 min read When everything is a subject to infinite entropy and change. Can you trust your feelings? One moment your excitement is over the roof and a minute later, you’re down in the gutter. One second, you know exactly what you want and another second, you’re lost in the oblivion of your meaninglessness. What do you rest … Read moreA Voice Beneath the Culture