F is for Friendship

When I was younger, my parents, my sister and I, we lived in a little township, in a less popular Indian state. This township was 60 kilometres away from the nearest city on one side, and walking distance to the sea on the other side. It was like a world in itself. The people who … Continue reading F is for Friendship


D is for Death

This is a grim topic but one of the things I find myself thinking about quite often. It’s interesting to me because how you live your life depends on what you think about death and what comes after. It’s a mystery that begets a lot of opinions. As uncomfortable as talking about death is for … Continue reading D is for Death