“Most of you will probably never really discover anything. You may not contribute anything to the great equations that describe the universe to the world. By the laws of probability most of you are mediocre. Accept it. The tragedy of mediocrity is that even mediocre people shake their heads and mull over how “standards are falling”. So don’t mull. Most of you will be sideshows, extras in the grand unfolding of truth and that’s all right.” – Manu Joseph
Like it is popularly said, ““Life is like an 6-slice apple pie at a 12-guest dinner banquet. If you just sit back and wait for it to come to you, chances are, you’re going to miss dessert.” Congress just missed dessert.
As is what happens with all heart-wrenching issues, they become a part of the dust-ridden pile of newspapers hidden in national archives of newspapers. It’s not even been a month and such issues have already been forgotten. Nothing has been done with the regard by justifying that nothing concrete is possible in such cases. But there is always hope. Hope for justice to relentless sacrifices made. Presenting to you, my views on the Iron Lady of Manipur.
An exclusive article on Political Mudslinging that our brilliant politicians indulge in. A definite read.
PS Lalu’s Nirshanjak Remarks are a reader’s delight!
“Rape her if she decides to speak. And continue, if she remains silent.”
Such behaviour of anti-societal elements towards students who tried to get their message through as peacefully as possible, tell us about how change in India is still not progressive. Regressive outlook towards freedom of speech needs to change.
This is the first post of International Relations and World politics. One of the most Pressing issues of Israel-Palestine dispute is covered through a news update. In the start, news updates versed in article format would be posted, followed by detailed commentary on prevalent issues in this section.
Allow me a subtle comeback after a month of not posting on the blog. Believe me, Life’s been pretty hectic. January 2017 was one of the most emotionally hectic month of my life. Worry not, for I come back with ‘My Tryst with Pune’. My inaugural post of ‘In Your City’.
You’d like it!
PS I was professionally busy on the basis that currently, I am working for The Indian Economist. Brilliant Content on their site! Do Follow!
Understanding the Psychology behind Hmm..
Eg. Tum much ‘Hmm’ do, Main tumhe ‘K’ Dunga.
Incoming call: Depression
*Picks up the phone*
Me: Wrong Number!
One of the most emotionally compelling things, I’ve ever written. Keep tears handy.
With Syncophony mediating under the tranquil of astute impressions, And the rhythmic movement of channelised synergy functions, Do unlettered words come pouring out from altitudes of ambrosia, And the air rushes under my skin to let me rise to the ulterior of the skylines. Lights fade from the silhouettes of sanctity, Blending in hues of…
(The text below bears minute resemblance with the song, ‘Song for you’ by Alexi Murdoch, an all time favourite) As the scattered sun-rays augmented my will to live, With splintered pieces of memories coalescing to paint faint imagery, The wind touched my eyes, To walk on the thresholds of minuscule grains of withered lies. And…