What if we guard ourselves against grief, pain and failure? We can numb ourselves with busy schedules, shopping, non stop scrolling on our phones and so on. Life will still go on and when asked “How are you?” we could still auto respond “good” or “fine”.
What does it take to realize that a “heart-break” actually has a very tangible physical connotation to it?
What does it take to realize that a “heart-break” takes its own time to heal?
For me, love isn’t just an emotion or a mere feeling, its a way of life. It’s not just those moments that blow my mind away or that time when he cuddles next to me , after a long, dreary day.
Love is the universe for me … I experience it in the smallest and the most infinite forms , separately and yet intertwined.
“Because love is not instagram to always show you in the best possible light. It is messy and ugly like the unfiltered snap chats you send your best friend” The first thing you should know about the second time you fall in love is that it will be very different. The first time you fell…
In the midst of the clutter let the V Day remind us to – Pause, Feel, Savor and be Present!
Well, this is not typically a topic most people are comfortable talking about. Betrayal and abandonment. Well, the truth is there are more stories of heartbreak in this world and more lost wanderers than there are happy couples.
Vulnerability in this world is avoided like plague. We so detest revealing ourselves to the world and more so to our partners. The idea of holding back hinges on a primal fear of getting hurt in the process of baring oneself. Fear of judgment and perception makes us create cocoons of our inner secrets, original…