I recently came across Gaelforce on YouTube. I was looking up for ASMR (apologies, if you are a know all, I recently discovered what it means) and found his video in suggestions. I found too many positive comments, specially female fans so decided to explore. So what’s different about Gaelforce. First, his accent, Irish, you… Continue reading Gaelforce
There’s a difference between announcing one’s presence and communicating your intentions. Sometimes we feel as if what we require is obvious. Surely, if someone knows us well, they can’t fail to recognise what we need to feel valued, safe and secure? But we can’t blame other people for their lack of action, if they operate… Continue reading July 14th
Cainer advises- Others may know pleasure, but pleasure is not happiness. It has no more importance than a shadow following a man, said Muhammad Ali. This, of course, comes from someone who inflicted the opposite of pleasure upon many an opponent. That shadow, though, is very important. It indicates the presence of light in one’s… Continue reading July 13th
Doesn’t it feel at times that we are standing in the middle of a big hall, which has infinite number of doors. Doors that have hidden situations behind them. Situations, some ordinary and some extraordinary, which once revealed change our life forever. There comes a time when you have opened too many wrong doors and… Continue reading Life behind doors
Sometime back I had posted an article on Rise of extremism. The very reason I am writing it again is because I got to know about an incident of religious intolerance yesterday in small town of India where it was alleged that some members of Muslim community had disrespected images of Hindu deity. To a… Continue reading Rise of Extremism
If you had a family full of kids of same age group and mingled well, you would have some fond memories to go back to. Many a times we get so busy being grown up and taking up responsibilities that these past memories become fresh fragrance to re-energise us. Season has changed and winters are… Continue reading Good old days
more we accept that religion is what extremist tell us, the more we will get into vicious circle of hatred. Probability of rise of extremism will in increase in same proportion as hatred gives rise to insecurity which can take violent form of self defence.