One-liner Wednesdays #33

Silly (adjective) When you choose to believe that a black cat crossing your path when you are about to begin a journey is a sign of ill-luck, rather than the fact that the black cat was simply in a hurry to get somewhere that it took the risk of jumping in front of you (or … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #33

tiny tale #85: The hardest choice…

He voluntarily underwent quarantine.He missed his last chance to see his father.He chose safety over attending the funeral. (20 words) This story was inspired by a real-life incident. A man had travelled to his native place from a foreign country. His father had been in a critical state which was the reason why he made … Continue reading tiny tale #85: The hardest choice…

One-liner Wednesdays #32

Dreaming (noun) The feeling that transports you to another magical world and encloses you in a bubble of happiness, especially when you are in the middle of a boring lecture or meeting. Not to be confused with its terrible cousin: Nightmare. This post was written in response to today's One-Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #32

One-liner Wednesdays #31

Strength (noun) The one thing that we desperately need when we are trying to coax a scooter into the center stand, knead the atta to make chapathi, try to open a glass jar, or even when we are breaking a coconut* and the most important weapon in our immune system's arsenal in its fight against … Continue reading One-liner Wednesdays #31

Food for Thought #4: When one door closes…

They say that when one door closes, another opens. But does it.. really? Often we might ourselves trapped when one door closes and another one doesn't open. Maybe, we should check if any of the windows are open instead. Life can be unpredictable and challenging like that. Or, maybe we should even think about smashing … Continue reading Food for Thought #4: When one door closes…