Be as you wish to seem
The waves glistened under the violet hues, chasing after her much like life. Breaking boundaries and crashing against the earth, … Continue Reading Ocean grace
In between the ‘once upon a time’ and ‘they lived happily ever after‘ is the story of the girl and her struggle.
What’s your story?
…but it’s not what you think. Who was I? What did I want? What did I stand for? Nothing. Nothing. … Continue Reading Current status: It’s complicated
“Where do you see yourself in five years?” she asked. I remember being really excited about working and taking on responsibility. I … Continue Reading The five-year plan
The world is always at work (people and place)
There’s never nothing to do in this city of dreams. Specially in this weather, you can’t help but get out … Continue Reading Discover Sailing India: Keep Calm and Sail On
As we brought in the New Year, I also started the countdown to my birthday. People who know me well will … Continue Reading 23
Originally posted on Adiventurous:
While this isn’t a relevant first post for a travel blog, this deserves to be the…
Every December is filled with this sudden burst of excitement in the air. We start writing our own year-end analysis, listing down what went right and wrong. We discuss our plans and resolutions for the new year and vow to right all wrongs. Soon, new year’s eve is just the same, filled with cheer and celebration with our near and dear ones and the next day we wake up with a clean slate. We wake up feeling rejuvenated and with the will to do things differently; to right wrongs, to fulfil dreams. We’re filled with renewed hope and enthusiasm and list down resolutions for the year ahead of us.
Often we forget to value the good that comes to us because we take it for granted. Sure, come this time of the year everyone brings out their turkeys and cameras and celebrates thanksgiving. We finally count our blessings, only to get back to the vicious circle of never-ending woes. Why not celebrate thanksgiving every day of our lives?
Now is never enough, not really anyway. Why think “there’s always a tomorrow” or that “it’s never too late”? What if – yes – what if tomorrow never comes?
We all have dreams. Big ones built on small ones. Yes, tomorrow is where the mountain top lies but today is where the journey is. In the hope of a better tomorrow, we ignore what we have in the present. We set aside what we could do now, as an excuse for what we should do in the future. But what if this costs you having a tomorrow at all?
If there’s one thing worth millions without actually paying a dime, it’s a dream. You can dream for the impossible and not have to think twice.
How Do I Tell You? How do I tell you? That after all these years, the sight of you, still … Continue Reading How Do They Know?
For all its worth For all that I do For every dream that I wish would come true Life has … Continue Reading Bloom to Fall