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“I used to look in the mirror and feel shame, I look in the mirror now and I absolutely love myself” Drew Barrymore, This poem is from when I got tired of the girl in the mirror and before i fell in love with her.

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Let’s talk about sailing through this beautiful journey called life.

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It’s scary how you could know someone all too well one minute and not at all the next.
That you never know if someone came to you to make you a better person or destroy you. But hey, cheers to all of the bonds you ever had.

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Featuring a beautiful piece by one of our readers!

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One thing that we have in common is that we all have stress in our lives. The only difference is that everyone has a different way of dealing with it. While there is no right or wrong way to deal with it, there are certainly some ways which are healthier than the others.

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We all can agree that our elders are more experienced than us. But is that enough to let them consider themselves as ‘Mr./Mrs. Know-It-Alls’? Is that enough to make them look down upon our struggles? I think it’s high time they listen to our words.

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Featuring a beautiful piece by our amazing External Fests and PR Head!

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Depression is a state of mind and not a joke. The only solution is to talk about it and share. Depression is normal and everyone can deal with it

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There are various evils in our society, one of which happens to be the desire to have a boy. Everyone wants an ideal mother, sister, wife, but not a daughter. Not a day goes by when you don’t hear of the news of a crime committed against women in India. It is harrowing to watch the status of women’s safety, especially in a country where women are given the stature of goddesses. Remember that you can call your daughters “Beta” but you can’t call your sons “Beti”. This should tell us why daughters are so special.

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I’ve always thought that if I’d have had the chance to go back and start again at some point, I’d be able to live my best life. Well, maybe I could, or maybe I could remember why this life was already pretty good.

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