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DECODING OUR NEED TO SHARE By Urvashi Kumar Trikha

August 30, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

WHY do we Share? Is sharing an inherent human need? Is it essential to communicate our feelings or thoughts with others? Is it a craving for appreciation which drives us to share? Could our need for solace, propel us into expressing our emotions? Do we share to make the heart feel lighter? Is sharing our …

DEATH. A TRAGEDY THAT STRENGTHENS OR DISINTEGRATES THE HUMAN MIND?

August 30, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

“Every man must do two things alone; he must do his own believing and his own dying.” Martin Luther The death of a loved one evokes primal emotions. Closer the deceased, stronger the sentiment. Loss of life isn’t just the death of a person in the clinical sense of the word. For the anguished souls left …

THE STORY OF HARPER AND SARAH By Urvashi Kumar Trikha

July 25, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

“Is there anything more terrible than Death? Sitting in the garden on a not so comfortable chair, Sarah seemed thoughtful as though she was wondering if there was any way this party (the same one she had been excitedly looking forward to for weeks) could possibly get more boring than it already was! Just then Sarah …

S.O.S – CAN YOU HEAR IT? By Urvashi Kumar Trikha (Simplyathought)

June 19, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

Elon Musk deleting the Facebook pages of Tesla and SpaceX, volatile Cryptocurrency, the never-ending debate on how the government ought to function, the latest movie, fashion trends, happenings of the day or good old family gossip – a lot is said over a family meal. When families or friends get together at the end of …

MOM- “A Mother’s Job Is Never Done” By Urvashi Kumar Trikha (simplyathought)

June 19, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

“A Mother’s Job Is Never Done” Rita recalled, HEARING this statement being made by visiting aunts or friends of her Mother, while they sat in the living room chatting over a cup of cardamom tea, munching delicious hot samosas and crisp cumin cookies. Each one of them, sharing a buzzing story of their enormous ‘To Do List’. …

THE HOMEMAKER By Urvashi Kumar Trikha (simplyathought)

June 6, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

Mary was a housewife – The word commonly used in many countries to describe a stay at home married woman. A 24 X 7 job. No holidays. No salary and most of the time no appreciation. Strangely Mary didn’t seem to mind any of it. There was never a day in summer or winter when …

WE ARE SIMILAR – ARE WE? By Urvashi Kumar Trikha (simplyathought)

June 6, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

The quest for equal pay; merit-based selection for jobs. Choosing when to get married; whom to have or not have a sexual relationship with; to have the liberty of pursuing dreams. Breaking the  glass ceiling; fighting for education, fair winning an election or getting nominated for a committee. The list is long and doesn’t end here! Breathing free and …

Harry’s Blanket written by Urvashi Kumar Trikha

May 29, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Arts and Entertainment

Less of driving more of expert manoeuvring through the traffic; Harry was on his way to work. It would take him another forty-five minutes to reach his office located in the center of the town. This was despite the fact that he had been driving for the past twenty minutes from his home which was …

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