The process of applying for scholarship took me between three to six months. Call that a semester; three months for course duration and the other for vacation. That is if you are in Japanese context. When I lastly managed to get it I was the happiest person. How else would you express your patience for … Continue reading Heartless Philanthropy
On Getting the Profound
Lonely days bring detestable experience along. But to stop there is to dive into half-truths. The moments that the deepest of silence crept were the moments that allowed the birth of the greatest thoughts. There could be a reward in choosing to enjoy the darkness, by making a deliberate decision to think of sources of … Continue reading On Getting the Profound
The Mystery of New Beginnings and finding a hand that holds
When I made a decision to enrol at Sophia two years ago, I was totally blind to the potential that opportunity held. Today I am writing about it for two reasons. One. The very first day I joined, a new professor of Political Science was joining the department as well. I suppose after a lengthy … Continue reading The Mystery of New Beginnings and finding a hand that holds
Thai Sojourn: The bless.
A few days ago I thought that it was time for me to note down the experience in Bangkok, the last bit. This is because I was feeling satisfied that all curtains were rolling down, and it was time to call it a day. Well, it wasn’t. Monday and Tuesday were exceptionally special days, four … Continue reading Thai Sojourn: The bless.
Taxi D; The Amazing Benevolence
The most amazing acts of kindness do at times come from the most unexpected places. It's about taxi driver again. But this time a complete turn around. But before that, my work here has been extremely unexciting. But I'm not worried about that. Because it's not my line of purpose anyway. So today I was … Continue reading Taxi D; The Amazing Benevolence
Incubation is the key. and keenly remember, chance favours only a connected mind.
To Critic, Criticise, and remain Good
After spending the whole Saturday half sleeping, half surfing, and half doing nothing, I finally made to McDonald’s before the day end. I wasn’t planning to. Or precisely, I wasn’t aware there was one around. But lucky to have found it.
The feeling after taking my order was, ‘oh my coffee shop.’ Of course not McDonald’s. But definitely got reminded of where my mind functions best at.
The contradiction that hit my mind was about charity. We all agree it is maybe the hardest thing to be; a critic of something so adorable and divinely held by some.
This month a number of people have been challenged to take on a bucket of ice over their heads. Apparently for a very good course. ALS. I only got to know about it when it went viral on social media. For that, you might want to say I lack moral authority to…
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To Critic, Criticise, and remain Good
After spending the whole Saturday half sleeping, half surfing, and half doing nothing, I finally made to McDonald's before the day end. I wasn't planning to. Or precisely, I wasn't aware there was one around. But lucky to have found it.The feeling after taking my order was, 'oh my coffee shop.' Of course not McDonald's. … Continue reading To Critic, Criticise, and remain Good
Thai Sojourn; Taxi, the good one!
Sad moments easily provoke deep thoughts, therefore I do write mostly when sad thoughts have booted me down. But while this is so, happy moments too instil their won inspirations, although they allow limited time for jotting down the greatness in those moments. I was anticipating the sabbath with great eagerness. I wanted to try … Continue reading Thai Sojourn; Taxi, the good one!
Since arriving in Thailand, my lonely state has been reinvigorated. Several moments have been a reminder of the person I am. On one hand, I want to make moments that will help me recount good times in Thai. On the other hand, I want to be me and please none by my side, taking advantage … Continue reading Loneliness