Tag: musings

The Four Sarees

The Four Sarees

Choosing can often brew up a storm inside one’s head as is the case with this woman when she has to pick one from four sarees. A poem.

I Can and I Must

I Can and I Must

From restarting my classical music learning to consciously working on loving myself, here’s what I believe, my doable five-point resolution-checklist for 2017.

The Joy of Telling Tales

The Joy of Telling Tales

About my storywriting journey and my second book, “Ways Around Grief & Other Stories” published by Authorspress.

Routine

Routine

The dual nature of routine. A thought in a postcard.

She and She

She and She

When a woman becomes a mother, the expectations from her go many notches up. And most of the times, there are two ‘shes’ battling within her. Here’s reflecting on the endless dilemma that a mother faces – her children versus her own dreams, accompanied by a guilt that never ceases to be.

The Asset Called Freedom

The Asset Called Freedom

In today’s world, we need freedom more than ever before. And unfortunately, we are being robbed, in more ways than one, of what is perhaps mankind’s most prized asset. But there are means to claw your way back and claim your freedom. Here are my views.

Weaving Stories With Conversations

Weaving Stories With Conversations

For a writer of stories, conversations are brilliant fodder. While citing many stories that I wish to write focusing on dialogue, I stress on my point of view that conversations need not be always about words and between people. They could go beyond words and the usual subjects. An essay on the art of conversations and capturing them in writing.

I am a Mother

I am a Mother

With Mother’s Day being celebrated this month, I speak about the common expectations and beliefs associated with motherhood in different circumstances. A change in attitude, I feel, will lead to healthier relationships and a better world.