I don't have the habit of actively journaling my thoughts at the end of each day. I wish I were sincere, but it's just not something I've trained myself to do consistently. However, I do contemplate my day. Some days I feel tired, bored, and exhausted. Other days, I feel inspired, content, and tired, but … Continue reading What constitutes a good day?
"I love this road trip with my friends. But what if we meet with an accident and I lose my legs?" "I love my partner, and we're too good together. But what if this isn't going to last?" "I know I did my exams well. But what if I flunk?" "I worked my ass off … Continue reading We can do better than we think
Every time I want to learn a new skill, I browse through a list of online courses. I go through the course catalogue of Coursera, edX, and Udemy. After spending enough time researching, I pick one based on the credibility of the instructor, the institution, and reviews. Most of the time, I audit these courses. … Continue reading On online courses
When we're attached to a person, thing or moment, we're subconsciously transferring our power to it. We think we own it. But the truth is the other way around. The thing we are attached to controls us. We'll realise it when it's gone. We tend to go berserk. Many of us struggle with our past. … Continue reading On attachment
When we glorify a person, thing or movement, we’re inviting a sack of blind spots. These blind spots are safe in the back of our mind. And we carry on with our life as if our choices are perfect. We achieve an illusionary state of happiness. We spend time defending what we believe in because, … Continue reading On glorification