Making sense

This is a topic I haven’t found enough information about online. I am convinced no human thought or feeling is unique to an individual – everything has been considered by someone before us who’s also bothered to document it online. I’ll except the genius brainwaves, but those are rare. This is about endorphins making you … Continue reading Making sense

Tree, family

The street I live on is lined with large, Plane trees that are deciduous in nature. They are a constant reminder of London’s four seasons, and for me, personally, a way of attuning my mind to what’s coming next. They personify the lyrical concepts of a joyous spring and a maturing autumn sun; the lively … Continue reading Tree, family


Ruhi recently visited Mumbai and brought back alphonso mangoes for her friends. I got three. I had the first one on Sunday night. The next one on Monday. I thought I’d give Tuesday a break, and have the last one on Wednesday night before leaving home for a four-day holiday. But I forgot about it … Continue reading Summer

The Unknown Anxiety

You know that feeling that comes before you’re about to get sick? The nauseous build-up before the storm-like expulsion of everything that the body rejects. That feeling began this afternoon, except that it wasn’t physical. It was something inside. It made me want to curl up in bed, but left me way too anxious and … Continue reading The Unknown Anxiety