Life is hard and music helps us to an extent to get through with it. But sometimes, it just adds to it.
Accept it. There is absolutely no reason to celebrate the fact that you were born five years ago, eighteen years ago or even twenty-five years ago. You get presents. Why? What is the celebration? Oh look I survived for twenty-five years? It's probably your luck you didn't get hit by a truck that you're still… Continue reading Birthday? Overrated.
I lost my phone. Those who haven't ever lost their phones wouldn't know how much that sentence hurts. The experience even more. And worst, having no idea where you had last used it. So after spending nearly the entire day out, I returned home to take out the stuff from my oh-so-fashionable bag and of… Continue reading And people cry after break ups.
Do you know what is the most difficult part of a student's life? I am not talking about the oh-so-perfect-I-am-an-all-rounder ones. It is following a self-made study routine. My Documents folder has at least three word files and two excel files with elaborate routines. The last pages of a few notebooks, my scribbling pad and two… Continue reading The Battle.
Breaking up with someone who probably still loves you, has to be a really difficult thing, especially if you (the person who is going to initiate the break up) are a really caring person. I think even if you're just caring minus the "really", it still is going to be a difficult thing for you.… Continue reading The ease of technology.
Sometimes hard work isn't enough. For the practical-minded, start believing in luck.
"Hope" as defined by Google: a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. I fail to understand why people ask us to hope. Even Stephen Hawking says "Where there is life, there is hope". What about where there is hope? I would rephrase it as: Where there is hope, there is heartbreak.… Continue reading Why it is terrible to be parasitic on “Hope”.