Love or Lust | Featured Post

Love is support not sacrifice, Love is communication not compromise Love is trust not tolerance Love is about energy not ego — jay shetty Lust feels so much like love in fact there is more lust than love out here! Lust is a huge act, it devours and just swallows you all up, its one big show! I remember, dating…

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Tej Pratap

Far beyond the ideas of writing, exists the concept of thinking and that is what Tej does most in his singularity. Tej Pratap is an author of Amazon best selling FOSSILED BETWEEN THE SHEETS and currently working on his second novel. A physics facilitator by profession, he spends most of the time reading human minds, mostly students and youth through…

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Finding a Lifeline in Fitness

We all have those special things that we do that get us through the hard times. The special things that are our ways of self-care that combat the doubt and depression. Music, cooking, drawing, getting outdoors, writing… etc. For myself personally, and I know for a lot of people as well, my main way to combat stress, fatigue, depression, (the…

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When Life Happens…

Life is, after all, full of uncertainties and risks. You never know when things change even though they appear to be constant. And this is my story, writing out loud. I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome when it was too late. It’s the thing that affects your ability to effectively socialize and communicate. A very rare disorder. I’ve suffered too…

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Phanter: | Featured Post

Last night you were a panther. One of the most beautiful animals in the world, but also one of the most dangerous. Listed around in the nature of darkness with glittering coat and shining eyes. You hunted. Circle your prey. You can feel the silence. You stretched out your paw, washed it gently, before planting it in the wet surface.…

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WHEN SORRY IS NOT AN APOLOGY | Featured Post

When you hear someone say “I’m sorry” do you automatically think that they are apologizing for having done something wrong? Does the meaning of what they said to depend on the context of the situation? When I’ve done something wrong I do say I’m sorry, but I also say that when I haven’t done anything wrong at all. Take for…

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WHAT’S WRONG WITH FAT SHAMING?

Though obesity is a serious health issue, and there is a need to educate people to eat a healthy balanced diet, ridiculing and fat shaming is offensive and a sign of bullying. In a recent interview to Filmfare, Bollywood Actress Vidya Balan shared,” Years ago, I stopped watching my shots on the monitor at shoots because I would look at the…

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