Why were we not taught about this?

Institution of marriage and the role of being a parent From the moment you are born, you anticipate passing through numerous stages of overall development through learning. From learning to hold the neck firmly to walking, from babbles to sentences, from chewing objects to turning them around. You are always learning something, even if not … Continue reading Why were we not taught about this?

Are You Holding a Grudge?

Who hasn’t been hurt ever in their lives? You might have felt terrible at some point in your life. Children feel awful when they get scolding by their parents. Parents may also feel hurt when children say something inappropriate to them. Sometimes a simple conversation between partners takes a dramatic turn of accusations and blame … Continue reading Are You Holding a Grudge?

If you may give

If you may giveGive away grudges held for longTo free yourself from the clutches of the sinnerGive the forgiveness pending for longMore you forgive more will be the moment of peaceLet peace fills your life with long due happinessIf you may giveGive away your anger as it is no gift to keepWrath of anger does … Continue reading If you may give

Existential Crisis at the Time of the Pandemic 

BY Pallavi Sahu Howls, cries, heart-breaking stories, loss of loved ones, grief have taken the forefront in our lives. This pandemic has led to an existential crisis. Nowhere to go, running around anxiously, looking for some medium to save lives-human tragedy is at its peak in my country-looks like an apocalyptic level has reached. Every … Continue reading Existential Crisis at the Time of the Pandemic 

Is My Anger Getting Me What I Want?

Have you ever felt so angry that you lost control over yourself? If so then, pause for a minute and try to remember what you did when you were very angry. Did you shout? Did you throw things? Did you hit someone? Whatever might be your reaction due to your anger, you must have felt … Continue reading Is My Anger Getting Me What I Want?