Edward Aloysius Murphy Jr. was an American aerospace engineer who worked on safety-critical systems. He once said “If there’s more than one way to do a job, and one of those ways will result in a disaster, then somebody will do it that way” working at Wright-Patterson Air-force base in late 1940’s, which later was... Continue Reading →
Millennials quote on the social media today like unicorns in an acid dream. Everyone loves to quote the quotes and hit ‘likes’ like a newborn unknown to the human kind. I hesitate frequently to vibrate on the social media in-sync with the borrowed quotes owing to their linear nature of distribution. By linear nature, I... Continue Reading →
Thoughts linger in the cold emptiness of the jungle of memories, This illumination is a discourse of a bag of emotions run by the myriad colors of the memories in focus, Tears fall across the subliminal lines of a smile on the caricature of facial skin, Mixed emotions, but no regrets! Pure Nostalgia!
In the rearview mirror is the silhoutte of hazy clouds of the evening Lazy hues of red and blue blending the hallucination of calm Let's look ahead instead ..... the storm has been waiting for long now!
Nature was God until Humans thought they could take control. Calmness was free until ego set out the chaos. Acceptance was viral until selflessness read about "being yourself". The dynamics of it all, we will never find a balance. But, are we really looking for it ?
Knowledge is earned, Or otherwise it is just a superficial diaspora Where your mind finds happiness in comfort And is driven away from the homeland of struggle Ilm kamaya jaata hai Nai to woh ek mamooli panah ki talaash ban jaati hai Jahan ilham aaraam main khush hai Aur junoon se bahut door ja chuka... Continue Reading →
The length of the rope, which on one end has a stack of hope and the dark realm on the other, decides how long the balancing act is going to last. You do not remember exactly how you came this far with the longevity of balancing act, but you have been trying to balance it... Continue Reading →
The confusion was as bewildered as the mid life crisis The fear was as scary as a mother with menopause The sorrow was as gloomy as every Sunday evening The light was as bright as the pre death hallucination, The violence was as bloody as the first period in a girl's life, The darkness was... Continue Reading →