What’s the one thing that connects tides in the sea with Aslan from the Chronicles of Narnia? -10 if you say that they are both very mighty. +20 if you say that they always make a comeback. The very idea of comebacks is something that I find very interesting, be it a comeback to power or a comeback after a major downfall or even simply, … Continue reading Comebacks Incoming
Since we’re celebrating dads, here’s some inspiration to get us started. ‘My dad always told me to fight fire with fire….That got him kicked out of the fire department.’ Dad Jokes 101. Now you know where I get my poor jokes from. Hehe. Fathers and father figures are the most puzzling people in the universe. They are like clues to a crossword. They’ve got hints … Continue reading The Dad Crossword
Bringing out my inner Sphinx, here’s a riddle at the gateway: What is the one word that describes my undying habit to make poor jokes as well as a fruit? -10 if you say rotten. +100 if you say passion. Speaking of passionfruit, I’ve only ever seen it used as a lipgloss fragrance and as for my passion for poor jokes, feel free to use … Continue reading Passion ft. Queen
Wisdom is a trait often associated with experience. When we talk of wise people, the first thing that comes to mind is a grandma in a rocking chair with knitting needles and crescent glasses on the nose, looking up with a smile before breaking into an enlightening sermon that changes the very course of the listener’s life. While the analogy sums up the the trait, … Continue reading Wisdom 101
‘Listen to silence; It has so much to say.’ Silence is often a misunderstood virtue. There are so many ways one can actually interpret the presence of silence but the very absence of ‘expression’ often leads to misinterpretation. While many think that silence is a sign of peace and maturity, there is a huge percentage of folks who see silence as a sign of weakness. … Continue reading The Quiet Kids Inc.
Here’s a neat quote I came across; Winter is not a season, it’s a celebration. Better words could not have been said as winter is the season of snow, it’s the season of Christmas, it’s the realm of sweaters and hot chocolates and for some of us living beings, it is a call to a long bedtime. Yes hibernators, I’m talking to you. Personally, I’ve always … Continue reading Winter
As living beings with a beating, throbbing heart, currently going through a year which has seen a lion’s share of atrocity and not received much love, the question must be asked. What exactly is love? Is it that entity which claims to have no language or is it simply a song by Haddaway saying ‘baby don’t hurt me’ on repeat. Well, one thing’s assured, if … Continue reading Crazy Little Thing Called Love….
It’s one thing we’ve all learnt. That good triumphs over evil. No matter the struggle, the pain, the loss, no matter the whole procedure, good will always triumph. It’s an idea that’s been the crux of mythology around the world, it’s been the basis of faith and trust. It is an idea that’s been celebrated by cultures since time itself. In India, we celebrate the … Continue reading The Good Over Evil Dynamic
The amount of brain power in this post is mind blowing. Hehe. Nerds. Entities whom you can either love or hate but never forget, cause more often than not, they are key to finding a solution to the problem at hand, be it a murder that needs solving or a horcrux that needs finding or a building that needs smashing. So, here’s to the nerds. … Continue reading The Nerd Report
Here’s a question I ask myself often; What is my go-to solution for any problem, however major or minor it may be? Here’s the answer, I sit down and think through the problem patiently before doing anything off the rocker cause no problem can be solved problematically. And then I call for my mum. In fact, 99.9% of the times, I call my mum. And … Continue reading Mamma Mia! The best of fictional mums.