It all settled like dust, quickly and quietly. That discomfort of seeing nothing but the inside of your home, of weeks and months merging into one long day, the neverending cycle of your dayjob, cooking, cleaning, laundry with no real break to differentiate them eating at us slowly.
Category Archive: Midnight Philosophy
“I think I’m sad.” “Why? You have a happy family, a good job. You’re following your dreams. How […]
It’s almost midnight. The rain still softly falls on the windowsill, the blades of the ceiling fan turn […]
Who is a feminist? Women who hate men? A male basher? I don’t know what other crazy definitions there are out there. But I do know that feminism is not any of those.
As I sat alone in this lonely, dingy office away from all the action I was missing, my new boss calls for me from his oh-so-huge cabin. And the first thing he sees, are my breasts.
Insults, rudeness, sadistic sarcasm, personal attacks, incivility, yelling, belittling, and demeaning remarks at workplace can hold back anyone […]
I am a millennial. One of the loathsome, entitled, rebels born in the ‘90s. And in the Indian […]
As I read about the ceasefire violations along the LoC, militant infiltration, army retaliation, thoughts ran wild. I […]
Somehow found comfort in this quote, irrespective the situation. You’re positive, the quote calls for a reality check. […]
Is death a part of life? Should we embrace it? Does it heal with time? I don’t know […]