Try Your Dream

I came across this aspiration quote the other day on a notebook cover, which contained a grammatical error. Although it was not perfectly written; however, I understood the message that it intended to convey. I read a Facebook self-confession the other day, in which the writer reflected on the impossibility of being a perfectionist-“I’m prettyContinue reading “Try Your Dream”

Diplomatic Pretense

It is hard to see people’s true color in the real world. In the cyber world, it is a different story. Countless fake and private social media accounts provide those, who don’t feel comfortable expressing their disdain, with an outlet to vent their internally harbored negativity openly without having to worry about the individual repercussionContinue reading “Diplomatic Pretense”

Too Many Icons And Heroes

There are way too many icons and heroes in today’s world. Why? Because people throw around these esteemed titles so easily these days that any one, who’s got the financial backing to hire a stylist can be labeled as a fashion icon, and any parent, who’s got three kids to take care of while jugglingContinue reading “Too Many Icons And Heroes”

Conditioned Fears

Growing up, we have all been conditioned to fear certain things. Although some fears are shared by all cultures; however, there are also some that are products of a country’s particular sociopolitical environment. I have always had admiration for people, who are brave enough to stand up for the collective good. Those, who put theirContinue reading “Conditioned Fears”

One-dimensional

Boys talk about girls. Girls talk about boys. Boys talk about boys. Girls talk about girls. Human sexual attraction is natural. Using human sexual attraction as a joke material to lighten up the room is culturally acceptable. That being said, if every other sentence of ours is about how to hook up, where to pickContinue reading “One-dimensional”

Short-lived Elation

Majority of parents want their kids to be better and worldlier than they are. To achieve this goal, they willingly spend their life-saving, personal time, and energy on their kids. One day, the moment has finally arrived, where they realize that their kids have become the type of person that they hoped that they would.Continue reading “Short-lived Elation”

Is It Ever Okay To Tell A Lie

Is it ever OK to tell a lie? Most of us would probably say, ” No, it is never OK to be a liar. Being honest is the least we can do to respect others and us.” Well said! Nice response! That being said, in practice, do we all practice what we preach? No! ItContinue reading “Is It Ever Okay To Tell A Lie”

Self-contradictory Statement

Is opinion or inner thought a form of judgment? Yes, it is. Quite often, we hear people say things that contradict themselves, “I don’t want to judge, but this is what I think…” In giving our opinion, we make our judgment public. We filter our thoughts on the external world and events through the prismContinue reading “Self-contradictory Statement”

Lackadaisical Staffs At Canadian Tire

In 2014, more and more shops are shut down everyday and more and more retail spaces become available by the minute. Many business owners, whose business isn’t in a healthy state, tend to blame the rise of Internet partly for the decrease of their revenues. As a consumer, I would say to them that hiringContinue reading “Lackadaisical Staffs At Canadian Tire”

How To Come Up With Words Of Wisdom

Have you ever wondered how come some people are able to come up with amazing words of wisdom that can influence profoundly millions of others? I have. I’ve recently come to a conclusion that their spark of genius is usually a side benefit of having sailed through the twist and turn of life and dealtContinue reading “How To Come Up With Words Of Wisdom”