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  1. natalie

    Heartache’s Mosaic: The Unseen Threads of Resilience

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    In the midst of a scorching summer, an elderly gentleman returned from his Portuguese escapade, a spot his kids swore by after reveling in its beauty. But alas, he returned ailing, doctors scratching their heads despite weeks of poking and prodding in the hospital. Cue his daughter, a paragon of devotion, swooping in to nurse… Continue reading Heartache’s Mosaic: The Unseen Threads of Resilience
  2. ayu7kaji

    Welcome to The Office.

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    If you do any of these things, trust me I understand your pain. Truly. When you have to come early and stay late at office not because you have work but because you’re expected to. When it’s perfectly acceptable for people to have an in-person meeting during the weekend for status updates. When your Whatsapp […]
  3. ayu7kaji

    Don’t listen to them

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    They’ll be the ones who make an effort to come and talk to you, not because they care, they pretend to. Because they want to hear some news from you. They talk in such a nice and unassuming manner, you’ll be fooled into thinking they’re good. They talk so softly, so sweetly you’d almost miss […]
  4. ayu7kaji

    Monsoon Memories: A Poem

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    The streets keep gleaming, I can feel the ghosts cheering The sounds that can be heard, Echo in the ear Dripping, dropping, swishing, slashing Life keeps still as calm Thrum of strings Be faintly heard, and Disappear into the night Hopes belong to loves lost long Breaths of life fill the air As minds open; […]
  5. ayu7kaji

    Monsoon Memories: A Note

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    Hi Guys, I’m sharing an old poem and my notes on it that I had published when Blogger or Blogspot was the trending WordPress. 🙂 Hope you enjoy! http://shilthoughts.blogspot.com/2011/05/monsoon-memories-note.html The rain brings out the poet in any one of us. The dripping sounds, the quiet and muffled whispers, the damp moods. The raindrops flow gently, […]
  6. ayu7kaji

    Office aka Arctic Circle

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    The first one hour would be fine, because you would be too busy with work to notice anything. It’s when your energy and time starts slowly sliding into the second wind phase that it creeps upon you. And creeping is right. The chill starts at your feet and fingers. You wouldn’t notice it at all. […]
  7. ayu7kaji

    Is it ever gonna be enough?

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    Hello! I was doing research for myself, making a note of things I would ideally want to buy if I had a 100,000 bucks… A hundred thousand sounds too much when you have to spend on a phone or a laptop, but sounds too little when you have a bigger student loan to pay off!!! … More Is it ever gonna be enough?
  8. badilicious

    Happy Naw-Ruz! Naw-Ruz (which in Persian literally means “New…

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    Happy Naw-Ruz! Naw-Ruz (which in Persian literally means “New Day”) is a New Year holiday for both Iranians and Baha’is.The Baha’i celebration of Naw-Ruz is one of the nine Baha’i Holy Days on which work is suspended, and it was established by ...
  9. shaunv1

    On Gratitude

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    Clearly, the glory days for gratitude are here. It’s having its moment in the sun. Every popular psych or self-improvement piece seems to mention it. Apparently it’s the quick fix to happiness. Gratitude however, much as the miracle cure it is made out to be hasn’t really worked for me. In fact, often gratitude makes … Continue reading On Gratitude

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