I’m very excited to announce the launch of my newly designed website https://waywardscribbles.com/ I’ve been working on it for the past two months and finally the new website is up and running! Head over to it and let me know what you think of it! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to my new website, since […]Read More Announcing the Launch of My New Website!!!
We know Life is uncertain, unpredictable yet we make plans. The plans I made went down the drains on New Year’s Eve. The hopes and dreams of better days ahead came crashing down. As unsettling as it was, we’re not the ones to find a suitable corner to sit and lick our wounds. Maybe 2020 […]Read More “……2020 came about rocking the boat!”
To John Keating There are some characters that feels like our long lost buddies and words or dialogues that plays in our head everytime we need a push. You and your words were the very thing that opened my heart to new possibilities. It was a time of uncertainty when I found you telling the […]Read More Dead Poets Society (1989)
Counting, touching, checking, rechecking, counting and touching again. Some call it crazy, others mad and for many it’s foolish but for quite a few its debilitating. There are people among us who take calculated steps across the lobby, who sit next to us reading a same paragraph again and again. Many who close the door, […]Read More #2 – Into The Dark Recess Of Human Mind
To all my childhood friends & mates! Sometimes we find people again, the ones we lost because we were too young and life just took us places, away from each other. And when we cross paths again, it feels like a miracle. Growing up apart we might have missed a solid decade or more, yet […]Read More Childhood Friends
It was late in the evening when I left office with my colleague. We were working overtime to make ends meet. By the time we got out, it was dark outside with the moon up on the velvety black sky. There were no street lamps around the corner but from a distance I could sense […]Read More Love Never Forgets
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma While wandering through the aisles of my school library, I found you among the psychology books I was then interested in. I remember reaching for you, flipping through the pages, reading the back cover and thinking to myself, “Why would I care if a monk sold […]Read More #1 Reflections of a Bibliophile