Category Archives: Guide

From arguing with them for giving us less marks in tests, to thanking them after a meritorious result in the boards, we all grew up
and so grew the respect for a sometimes-motherly-sometimes-fatherly-and-sometimes-friendly figure we all loved and hated at the same time

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Silence is a feel-good way to spend some time when you are upset, but not until you start suppressing your agonies and hardships. This is when you become a stoic. You think a million times, overthink and rethink before you say something. And by the time it starts choking you, you’d regret not having expressed it earlier.

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Caption: What was supposed to be a fun day at a swimming pool transformed and shaped the way I perceive humankind. The phrase ‘this is for your own good’ never meant the same anymore and I’ve never trusted anyone who said these words because what they mean to say is ‘this is for my own good’, to feed my ego and fulfill my wicked objectives and I will achieve this by convincing you that ‘it is for your own good’. The smoldering flame of resentment and the volcanic eruption of fury that comes to others when one doesn’t put their head down, nod and obey changes the course of life for those who are the victims.

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The whole concept of gratitude is omnipresent. It is vast. It is relieving. Here is a quick guide on how you can relinquish your old habits and reinforce the relationship, good grades, the new hobby, the new job you always craved for with the help of gratitude and affirmations.🪄

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“There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is yesterday and the other is tomorrow, so today is the right day to love, believe, do and mostly live.”
~ Dalai Lama

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Alright. First off, can we all just agree that heteronormativity is the absolute worst? I mean the amount of overthought and confusion that it has caused in me, is almost inexplicable.

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“There is an understated struggle lying in the underbelly of every single day, and the seconds that go into wading through that river aren’t worthless”

Sometimes life feels utterly stationary and the lack of movement makes it seem like that is all your future holds too. Feeling as though you are living life doing tiny insignificant things that don’t matter because you can’t seem to do anything else. Well, if this is a problem you face, I’m here to offer you some perspective and tell you that it might not a problem after all.

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The art of Perception, more like the development of mental state or Maturity to look between the lines to find good even amongst bad, can bring about an optimistic approach towards life, thereby making this world – a better place to live for one another.

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Time really doesn’t heal the wounds.It just softens the pain and blurs ,the memories which stab our heart whenever they are remembered.Therefore,cherish the moments and care for your loved ones.You don’t know when they are lost.

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From being a Warrior to being a Management Guru, from ‘people’s king’ to the ‘father of Indian Navy’, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja has pulled off every character excellently. Here are some of his teachings that could be implemented for better management.

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