He kept driving for more than an hour on what seemed to be a winding road. It was quiet and dark outside. Occasionally I’d hear a dog bark in the distance. There was no one on the road and rarely… Read more
“You should be angry. You must not be bitter. Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. It doesn’t do anything to the object of its displeasure. So use that anger. You write it. You paint it. You dance… Read more
This last year has been difficult and interesting at the same time. Many of us are conditioned to believe that a ‘secure’ and ‘certain’ life is important to be happy. From early morning to late evening, we studied, worked, strived… Read more
The older I grow, the more I realise, everything in this world is relative. Our emotions, happiness, sadness…everything rooted in our experiences, and here’s one that changed mine. Couple of years ago, I had a message on my phone from… Read more
What goes through your mind when you see a sunset?
Watching it on a beach at Murudeshwar one evening, I noticed that along with a number of thoughts, there was a lot of silence that filled me. And this poem is the result when I took a pen and started writing.
Travel is as much an inward journey as it is outward. Every situation, every person you meet, a story you heard or a book you read, everything has an ability to challenge your underlying beliefs and judgments. One such story… Read more
When trials and triumphs define who we are When man is classified either good or bad When ‘feeling’ becomes an obscene word life turns mechanical of sorts A complex web of contradictions as grey matter rules the world Where love… Read more
Free from thinking but not the thoughts Liberated from boundaries, real or not In layers of consciousness I see Barriers of mind melting away I close my eyes and hear Gentle rustling of the leaves Beautiful butterflies fly close by… Read more
For once I can say, I too lived in the moment Few days of freedom unlike any before Where time didn’t dictate a task list of things to do Sun rising and setting a very thing of joy It didn’t… Read more