I was 16 when I first fell in love with one of my best friends. He was exactly the kind of guy I wanted to be in love with. Everything about him was so perfect to the 16 years old me. We had known each other and been class mates since 5th grade and now … Continue reading Once a wound now a beautiful Scar.
There is this boy who has taught me a very important lesson. I have not been able to forget him and so I need to write about him. I was walking with earphones plugged in and was not aware of the surrounding around me as usual. A young boy who must have been about 10 -11 years … Continue reading The intentional walking lesson.
I am unapologetically an introvert. I am definitely not shy but I can be categorized as anti-social. Between being at a social event all dressed up and inside my bedroom in my pajamas the latter is definitely my preference. As I am sitting here trying to write I realize that I am so much at … Continue reading As an introvert
How often do you think? No I mean how often do you intentionally take time to think? I thought thinking was natural and does not have be intentional. Well I was wrong. Thinking does have be intentional. We take time to eat, sleep and do our chores but thinking doesn't seem like something that requires … Continue reading Intentional thinking
Are you willing to embrace the uncomfortable and do whatever is necessary to get to the next level? Are you willing fail few times so that you learn better? Are you willing to be an outcast and lose some people in the process of you becoming your best version? We all get to that season … Continue reading Stretching season: the advantage of being uncomfortable
It was 5:02 p.m and I was on my way home from work when something stopped me calling my name. When I looked it was an empty and a lonely bench on the side of the road. People (including myself) were just walking by without acknowledging its presence. I don't know how and why but I heard … Continue reading The talking bench
Mother, mom, mummy or ama no matter how you call the most important woman in your life she is always special. I call mine mummy. I grew up without my mother by my side so I do not have many childhood memories with her. For most of my life I was mad at her . … Continue reading Mother
If you have played the puzzle games then you know how the pieces in a box seem so imperfect, useless and senseless individually. But once you start putting the pieces together every piece fits in perfectly. Life is like a puzzle game, if we try and make sense out of the individual pieces it will never make sense … Continue reading Wounds turn into scars
Have you ever got into a situation where everything seems to be coming to an alignment and then suddenly out of no where you have to face some kind of resistance? I have learned that as I start my journey to get to the next level in my life, I always encounter some kind of … Continue reading Expect resistance!
9th November 2016 was the day I started my handstand journey. The reason I wanted to get to my handstand was to challenge and remind myself that anything I put my heart and soul into was within my reach. As I started my practice on my own inside my bedroom I landed on my back … Continue reading My handstand journey: the lesson