When bad things happen to good people, it leaves us dumbstruck. What do you say to someone, whose entire world changed in a cruel blink of an eye?
“Above all, she is a human being” Bloggers, we sometimes do a weird thing. We refer to ourselves in the third person. Especially when we are writing an “about the author” section of a post or blog. It’s a style thing. In that same breath, have you ever checked the bio section in twitter? Any … Continue reading The Label we forget
The stage is dark. The curtains have just been raised. There we are. An echoing thump jolts our heart to full alertness. Standing there completely alone, you are not aware of me. I’m not aware of you. We are not aware of us. The blinding light seems to amplify our thumping chest. Sweat drips down … Continue reading Spotlight fever
“I also want to marry a prince,” my five-year old said when I finished reading her a bedtime story. It does not really matter which one, Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty all have a common plot. In the end Prince Perfect shows up and rescues the damsel. Is it then really such a huge surprise … Continue reading How to overcome relationship disaster taught to us by bedtime stories
The screen is cracked. The screen of my cell phone, which I'm currently using to create this post, that is. Like a hideous spider web, it obscures my vision. Already used to the broken fragment, I swiped on. With cell phones being so fragile, I've seen many a person walk 🚶 around with the same … Continue reading We can fix society, one story at a time
In the one corner, we have that dude with the fake hair. You know whom I’m talking about it’s the guy who invented the word “fired”. It’s no other than Mister Donald Trump. The crowd cheers as he turns to wave, or are they booing him off? In the other corner, we have Miss former … Continue reading Let’s talk about #Politics, you, me and dancing – baby. Let’s talk about . . .