So relevant and so important. Words of wisdom you need to pay heed to. Sheryl Sandberg’s graduation speech at UBerkeley is one of the best speeches you will read or … Continue reading
How many of us wish we could go back to being a kid, go back to our childhood? And how many of us wished to grow up faster than we … Continue reading
How does one navigate the darkness in life? Could darkness be a learning experience instead of bad phase of life?
A story about dreams and friendship. Greatest pleasures in life are usually in pretty simple things like having a solitude walk early morning with a close friend. And sometimes simple gestures can lead us and people around us to those great pleasures.
Last year and a half, since I landed in United Stated, has been a complete roller coaster ride to exploring myself. Likes, dislikes, beliefs, values, future, past, comfort zone, cultures, … Continue reading
An inspiring personality, trying to make a difference in this world in his own way.
Quite a lot of lessons to be learnt from this man.
Proves how adversity is never an excuse to go on the wrong path, you always have a choice to do the right thing or good thing, if you look around, if you dare to dream.
And ofcourse, he teaches us “You don’t have to be rich to make a difference.”
A new theory of evolution?
Originally posted at http://thoughtcatalog.com/mia-nakaji-monnier/2015/09/read-this-if-youre-25-and-not-sure-if-youre-an-adult-yet/ The other day, I was tutoring Carrie, a high school student whose sister had just visited for the holidays. Carrie described the sister to me: a marine … Continue reading
The story about how years of bitterness injected by the Indo-Pak rivalry has fortuitously affected the feelings of two neighbors for each other and how a young guy discovers it all and finds love in the most unexpected place from the most unexpected people.