Posts tagged dark

Lonely?

A digital painting by Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath stirred the wordsmith in me. A brilliant rendition it is, of the darkness of fiery Corona red, the lonely quarantine nursed with love from afar and the golden sliver peeking, a sign of hope.
Here it is in verse form as “Lonely?”.
Thank you Aishwarya.

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facade

In today’s world, the real and perceived are blurred, artificial and natural seem to be indistinguishable, and one’s external facade does not mirror their inner being. In the book “The biology of belief” the author Dr Bruce Lipton establishes a strong connection of how belief can heal the physical body. The wellbeing is an issue today and the more so mental health, which deeply also affects the physical body.  Here is my take on how…

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void

A spate of suicides in the newspaper over the last few days ticked me badly. All of us go through moments when we are frustrated and helpless but seemingly it is the balance we practice in our lives that triggers the Yin-Yang to swing the pendulum from the extreme helplessness to action and purpose. Is this what was missing in them, compelling them to take their lives and their family members? A creative take on…

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Catharsis II

The daily news of people who took their lives purported to be depressed is distressing.A young data scientist jumped off a building close to my office, a middle aged man shot himself today leaving a note that his family be taken of a wife killed her young son and committed suicide, a TV personality hung himself… In today’s apparently well connected world, there is more loneliness, in an supposedly era of economic growth and prosperity, there is…

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