Nothing excites me moreThan stepping into a bookstore.Rows and rows of booksBeckoning me to pick them up.My gaze moves along the spinesFingers running over the words,Flipping through the pages. Nothing excites me moreThan stepping into a bookstore.My ears perk up at the conversationOf a group of peopleDiscussing the story of a book on the shelf.They … Continue reading The Bookstore (A Poem)
Hello everyone! I'm back with a blog post after a long hiatus. It's been a busy couple of months and there have been some updates on my end. One of my poems got published in an anthology recently. It has been a wonderful feeling to finally see my name in print in an ACTUAL book! … Continue reading Intention Over Busyness
One of my most favourite people on the internet is Pranita Kocharekar. She is a lovely, talented and wonderful woman. Her posts are something I always look out for because they have something pleasing and new for me to know. In her latest post (as I write this), she asked a question to all her … Continue reading What Is Comfort?
If you have been reading my blog posts for a while now, you might have seen a lot of mentions of James Clear. He is the best-selling author of Atomic Habits. I find a lot of his writing filled to the brim with good advice and timeless wisdom. There are a lot of times his … Continue reading No is a Choice. Yes is a Responsibility.
Hello everyone! In The Book of Ichigo Ichie: The Art of Making the Most of Every Moment, the Japanese Way, there are a lot of fascinating anecdotes about Japanese cultures and practices. One of the ideas that I particularly enjoyed was The Kintsugi Philosophy. Legend has it that over five centuries ago, a certain ruler … Continue reading The Kintsugi Philosophy
Hello everyone! I recently read a beautiful, wisdom-packed book titled The Mindful Kind by podcaster Rachael Kable. In the book, the author narrates a story about a glass jar. On reading the story, something clicked and I decided to share the story on my blog. A teacher once brings an empty glass jar to his … Continue reading The Jar of Life
Health is wealth. Something we all know. Especially in testing times like today, prioritising our health is more important than ever before. When it comes to taking care of our bodies, we know that we should eat well and exercise regularly. It is also essential to catch up on a good night's sleep. However, this … Continue reading Take Thy Rest
Time and again, we see a barrage of posts and articles advising us to follow our passion. It’s indeed a beautiful thing to discover what you’re passionate about. When you figure what it is that you truly love doing, it feels like your life is going to change overnight. We read a lot of success … Continue reading Purpose and Passion
In my previous blog post, I had mentioned an interesting perspective on money and investments. Here’s the blog post as promised! This is not going to be an outright blog post on finances. Rather it is about a different vision and attitude towards money. We spend money on things we love, be it books, gadgets, … Continue reading Invest To Improve