… And you are entrapped in the hotchpotch of jib-jab, the mystery behind ginormous life goals, and the convoluted understanding of yourself. You have gone way past the damnation of overhaul and the dealing with the identity crisis is becoming bitter with every second. You often get agitated, not because people are giving you the… Read More Awakening of The Blue Darkening
The other day, we were contemplating what if the feeling of love is pulled out from a person. Will that person experience the lack of empathy and gradually, turn into a sociopath? I am not going to give the (my) definition of love. You define love in whatever way you want. It changes with the… Read More The Gimmick of Love Without Reverence – A Pretentious Theory
I was watching a video on BoJack Horseman subverting narrative. While telling the deeper meaning behind its plots, the video touched upon mental health by explaining the protagonist’s multiple encounters. After watching, I realized how and why the show became one of my favourite shows of all time. BoJack Horseman gives a new definition of… Read More Chasing Happiness
It’s been a long time since I have posted anything on my blog, especially after a few movie reviews and a couple of philosophical posts. Let me give you some updates (Basically, I am going to brag but I want you all to see it as my experience and understand the path before you jump… Read More A Quick-Bite Life Update
Complicated, nonsensical, emotional quotient, challenging, saturated, boiling, difficult, incomprehensible…. In the last few days, I came across many such words which are generally used at the time of a big change or an overhaul. And the strange thing is that I already have past my overhaul period and started figuring out the next step. So,… Read More How Do We Find Peace in Chaos
Are we? Let’s analyze it by taking a situation. Last evening, I got a call from my junior whom I have never met. Of course, before that he messaged me asking for some help and as a despiser of long talk over chat, I requested to call me up. For the first few minutes of… Read More Are We Too Shy to Say ‘Hi’?
On the pre-evening of the day when I planned to watch The Shape of Water, my friend called me for any recommendations for watchable movies on the laptop. She was especially particular about not to mention any romance-genre movies. In her words and I quote, “I don’t want to watch any romantic shit movie.” Whether her… Read More The Shape of Water: Adapting to Weirdness