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Sanely Reckless

I survived Covid. And this was the start of a completely new book in my life. The title – I Don’t Care. Something hit home when I was not well – Death can come for us at any moment in time. And then it’s over, like game over. This makes most of the things that… Continue reading Sanely Reckless

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When Reality Gets Too Real

Have you ever felt like this – your reality gets too real? Well, I have been here quite a few times. But this time around it has been a little different. It seems I may have levelled up. It started with life’s realities hitting me and breaking me. I couldn’t get lost in my go-to… Continue reading When Reality Gets Too Real

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The Truth – Does It Really Set You Free?

Over the past two years, I have realised one thing – the truth doesn’t set you free in the way you would think it would. Rather, it locks you up in a dungeon where everyone scorns you. No one cares about the truth if it turns their world upside down. People would rather dismiss the… Continue reading The Truth – Does It Really Set You Free?

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A Cause I Believe In

The Bloganuary WordPress prompt for the day - What is a cause you're passionate about and why? I don't think what I am about to write about falls under the typical description of 'A Cause'. But let's just go with it. Every person should strive to be humble and kind. If one person does it,… Continue reading A Cause I Believe In

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Be Not Afraid

Do you see the title up there? These are the words that drew my attention to the person who inspires me - Saint John Paul II. I think I came across this quote on Pinterest and that too at a time I needed this quote the most. Usually, I am always fearful or you could… Continue reading Be Not Afraid

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Life – A Symphony

It was a rainy Saturday afternoon as I lay on the couch staring up at the ceiling. Benjamin and Whiskey were entertaining themselves playing tug of war with their blankies. Apart from their playful growling, the only sound that filled the house was the pitter-patter of the rain. The couch was facing a oneway glass… Continue reading Life – A Symphony