2020 has not been a great year so far, by any means. Just when I was hoping that the rest of the year will go about without any other hiccups, in came the news of the death of one of the few people I truly admired, Sushant Singh Rajput. His untimely death has left me… Continue reading The Language of Kindness
The monsoons are slowly setting in. I love the rains! They make everything look so much greener and fresher. Here's one of my older posts about Monsoons. Just the sound of rain in itself is so soothing to the ears. Is it just me or does everybody else find the nature become still soon after… Continue reading A New Sense of Calm
When it comes to listing down my passions, there are so many I can think of. Writing, reading, and exercising are some of them. There’s something else which I’m as highly passionate about. And that’s learning. Learning. Do I mean studying? Oh no, not at all! Studying and learning are slightly different from each other.… Continue reading Learning Can Be Fun!
There are days in all our lives where we feel low and demotivated to do anything. We imagine what it could be like to be energetic, inspired and ready to tackle our tasks and goals. To bring about a spur of inspiration, we resort to reading a few inspirational and motivational quotes. There is no… Continue reading ‘I’nspire.
You are not your skin colour, weight, or age. You are the smile that flashes Over your face at the little delights. You are not the numbers on your mark sheet. You are the passion and interests that Make your soul ecstatic. You are not your mistakes. You are the wisdom you gain, In learning… Continue reading You. (A Poem)
What I’m feeling as I write this down is simply inexplicable. There are two reasons why: 1. Today, The Soulful Nib completes FOUR years. Yes! Four glorious years of blogging 😃 2. This blog post is the 100th blog post on The Soulful Nib! The excitement and exhilaration are beyond what I ever imagined. Today,… Continue reading Go Ahead. Grow Ahead.
Hey there, lovely readers! If you’ve ever interacted with children (I’m sure you have), have their energy and enthusiasm made you feel a lot lighter and cheerful? I often bring in examples of children in my blog posts because they are as great teachers as are elders. There’s so much we can learn from them!… Continue reading Just For Laughs
Hello! This is a guest post written by my brother (who is also the editor of The Soulful Nib). We, as children, were taught a lot of things by the way of proverbs. Moral stories were quite popular. In the vast universe of proverbs, there are two which come to my mind when it comes… Continue reading Rest. Recover. Resume. (Guest Post)
A while ago, I was scrolling through Pinterest (my favourite social medium) and came across this lovely quote which read: Don’t trade your authenticity for approval. I stopped right there and let the meaning of the quote sink in. And when it did, I knew I had to write a blog post based on this.… Continue reading Authenticity Over Approval