Don’t give it up just yet. Stay grand for a minute.

Troye  Sivan 

And then, life played dice. And did it not bring demanding and detrimental pain. Maybe goodbye (s) are no sweet sorrows. They’re suckerpunches that hit you hard in the gut. 



Nobody is superior. Nobody is inferior. Nobody is equal either. We’re all different. You are you. And I am I. 


 In quite recent of times, I’ve found myself engaged in an inner strife. A war you could say-between me and myself. Not to be very philosophical or intellectual but it’s actually true. My heart and my brain have been battling it out quite too much on something distantly but sufficiently related to love. Is feeling hurt because of someone you love, a betrayal from your side? 

Most of you would be thinking if that even is a subject worthy of a second thought. Yet if you do by any chance decide to give it a second thought, the issue seems to make your heart throb. While the view points seem cloud and dirt I may very well be standing in contradiction to my first blog. But does it matter? As long as I’m questioning, I feel satisfied. 

If you love say, Ms. X, is it obligatory for X to understand your view point? Seems very debatable but I guess no. NO! We’re all products of our choices. Or as the pessimistic view poor explains-of our past. And it isn’t an obligation for X to understand me. All we need is someone to count on. But wait, what if you have no one to count on? Even the person who you love. What then?

I do not know about what your idea is, but I’m a strong believer of the fact that nothing is constant. Even the ones loving you unconditionally aren’t. Because death is the common destination we all share.** So why not embrace our true selfs and just be  US? As long as you know who you are, you know what you want and you know what you’re going to do-everything is under control.  


**Referrence from the commencement speech by Steven Paul Jobs at the Stanford University. 

The cover image and the featured image were posted by Gary Vaynerchuk on instagram on, 7/3/2017


 Was it all only imaginary? Was it all in my fantasy? ‘Cause now it’s faded.   

No! This won’t be a super-dramatic blog. Its just my favourite lyric. Do not mind much, you great souls.  

As of late I’ve been wondering about love and life a lot. Let me get it out forward to you in straight words-I’m no guru or pundit. I’m just a not-so-average fifteen year old guy. Seems delusional. The best part of my personality or as I think is-that I’m a social outcast. That’s the part I love about myself. 

The thing is, that you do not need someone to complete you. And to be brutally honest; you do not need someone to even accept you completely. Actually… you do not need anyone to adore or admire you in any way. I’m not saying that you must not seek love. If it comes by-I’m happy for you. Cheers! 

Even if it doesn’t all you need to do is embrace yourself. Accept your reality. And to think of it in the long run seems scary. Very very scary. But that’s where the magic is. It’s about the ancient philosophy of ‘One step at time, and may be two miles out of the line.’*  You need to find people who are like you. If you’re as weird as I am then You must find the people who do not fit in. I did. They simplify your life. 

You need to know who you are and accept your reality. Seems mystical and rustic. But here’s a fun fact-you can only have one thought at a time. At any given instant. Yes you can shuffle real quick between them. But at any given moment, it’s just one thought. So the trick is, fool your mind into a good memory whenever you’re low.  **

You do not have the luxry of even one negative thought. You have to know what makes you happy. You need to know if you’re different from others or not. You need to know if you fit into the stereotypes or not. And foremost, you need to know who your real friends are. Maybe you do not have any. But you know what? It’s okay. 

You need your own self. Not others to make you happy. I’m a teenager. Maybe these are my hormones speaking. But if they are, I need them to stay till I die. No! I do not imply a stagnant life. You always need some constants. They can be people, emotions-anything. You need to know the things that make you happy. And then, you need to be in their pursuit. Never let your own self get lost while you make others whole. 


* Referrence from the theme song of the web series ‘TVF Pitchers’.

** Referrence from Robin Sharma’s, “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.”