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Coping Single-Handedly

An event last month forced me to change my perception of myself and learn to cope single-handedly

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Busting Myths Of men and money #BookBytes-1

  Source Being a student of Economics and Psychology, I have always been intrigued by men and money. What motivates a man to make money? And is there a difference in the behaviour of first-generation millionaires and those who have...

Another grey Monday #MondayMusings 2

Another grey Monday #MondayMusings

Today is another grey day. While I enjoy the overcast sky in the middle of the day, the ambivalent sunshine leaves me stressed – Should I or should I not carry an umbrella? Should I or should I not wear...

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Cold Moon Shining

As night falls and the sky darkens a cold moon climbs upwards bathing the world witb a chilly incandescent Silver light.   I lie upon my empty bed with memories of what we shared once , long ago before the...

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Here and Now #Guest Post

Time flies and as I turn the calendar to June, I realise that half the year will soon come to an end! Today is the middle of the week and the middle of the year.  How many of these moments...


Out of context

Things are not always what they seem . This morning, for instance, I was visiting different blogs on Skywatch Friday when I came upon this photo by Debbie Smyth on travelwithintent.   Seeing the name of the blog, I naturally...


Toe rings and nose rings for a better sex life

Indians do not canoodle in public. Indians do not hold hands in public. Indians do not gaze at each other in public. The only thing Indians do uninhibitedly and unabashedly in public is defecating and urinating. This question is particularly...

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