Tag: motivation

“Energy is always constant in an isolated body, it is said to be conserved over time. It neither can be created nor destroyed, it can only be transformed or transferred from one form to another.” – Theory of Energy Conservation This is the first law of thermodynamics and holds true for all the closed systems. Our […]

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I was sulking, like I usually do a lot whenever I am in a big writer’s block, and was off to a very common more of a hangout market with my mom because I just had a sudden desire to have deep gulps of hot sambar (which I tell you is very difficult because all […]

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Often in the times of great adversity and even otherwise, I ask people, “When the going gets hard, what keeps you going?” When we feel the heat, the pressure of deadlines, expectations, responsibilities of things that simply must be done, how do we get them done? Often we rely on fear and the last minute […]

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Into this soil, I will go one day Maybe like ashes. Maybe a decay. What can I be afraid of in this world? This is not where I will always stay. . The world will move on. Find something new, I will be forgotten. Like all that was once true. . No matter how much […]

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Opening my eyes Felt like they were still closed A pitch black world Was all I could see A room full of sound But no one seems to be around I could hear well But, But I couldn’t see Agonised, Distressed, My will shattered I broke into pieces Pieces of my soul scattered. Colors stopped […]

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For as long as the civilization existed, females have been expected to be tidy, cleaned up, in control. Many societies teach their young ladies to smile more but laugh less, to feel more but say less, to understand more but express less. A woman from a very young age is told to keep her opinions […]

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