We often find ourselves in a state of confusion like, what to do next? OR what to do first? This confusion often leads to bad decision making or we feel that the result isn't appropriate
Nous soummes une seule et même personne. We have often heard the saying that we mustn’t let our inner monsters rule us. But have we ever stopped to think what are these monsters, actually? They can’t be some creatures from a myth conjured up by us. They can’t be something that we can touch and feel, because had that been the case, then maybe we would have to deal with them in their way- say by using magic for example. And that is hardly the case. Even so, monsters exist. They loom in the shadows, lurk in the darkness, attack like a slithering serpent without warning and rip our soul apart. That is the definition of a monster- something ferocious, something utterly horrifying, something deadly and as dreadful as it could be, maybe even worse.
After all, the reach of a song is determined by the number of musical covers aspiring musicians produce (of the original) on YouTube or Instagram.
“Because pain in the body quiets the pain in the head. It feels good, it is like a kill switch for your brain.” - Penelope Douglas There are million fictional characters we come across everyday- some in books, some on the screen but all of them even for a brief amount of time stay in our minds and even in our subconscious we think about them. And that is same with me, but my apologies for not telling his name but that is also something that once defined him. He is someone to whom nothing is more beautiful than Winter, nothing is more lovable than Winter, nothing is more important than spending his life with Winter although he believed that he had destroyed the light of that Winter. He believed that Winter was beautiful but was responsible for its decaying snowflakes.
"The entire soundtrack tells a story of its own, especially when listened to in the order they appear in the movie."
Grandson's 'Blood // Water' is one of those songs you wouldn't forget about so easily once you've heard it, no doubt it's a masterpiece. With such thought-provoking lyrics, it makes you think a little deeper about the actual situation of the world.
Shivery whispers in my ears. I had heard it again. The familiar feeling, resurfacing slowly. Come to pay me a visit, Not a long time after the previous encounter. Will it win over me?
India with its traditions are so pure and empowering, people of India are very much involved in such joyous moments, then why do the same people bring shame to the nation when we hear about the various kinds of atrocities the female gender of the nation face on a daily basis?