Why Writing Drives the Writer Insane

Writers do not really know what to write about. When we feel like we have to write, we just write even if we have no freaking idea what we like to write about.… Continue reading

That Precious Distant Thing Called Dream

“It’s the possibility that keeps me going not the guarantee, a sort of wager on my part” – Nicholas Sparks And the question still stands: What is love? Maybe love is setting your… Continue reading

Love and Insanity

It’s ironic how you can be the better guy,  but not the better half of a pair. Ted Mosby once said: “There’s a fine line between love and insanity.” There certainly is. And… Continue reading

Weird and Twisted and Drowning

“We’re all kind of weird and twisted and drowning.” – Haruki Murakami – We’re all kind of weird. All of us are most probably standing in the fine line between sanity and lunacy.… Continue reading

To Love or To Leave

“To be or not to be, that is the question:Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of  outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,And by opposing end… Continue reading

Feelings and Confessions

Why do you confess a feeling? You confess a feeling because it exists and continues to exist and you think it will continue to exist for a long time. Everyday of your life, you… Continue reading

Your Best Self

Have you ever reached the point when you feel like you’re not doing anything right? When your best efforts turn out to be futile attempts leading you nowhere? When the good in you… Continue reading

The Wish-Granting Factory

  Luckily, the world is not a wish-granting factory. It is good to know that dreams do not depend on nickels falling down the bottom of a wishing well or meteors crossing in… Continue reading