Your Beautiful Mind – Control Alcohol & Love Life More is a self empowerment book focuses on the menace of alcoholism. It is written by Cassandra Gaisford, an award winning artist and author based in New Zealand. Cassandra’s family had taken a heavy toll of alcoholism in past. It is her experiences that encouraged her … Continue reading Discovering My Beautiful Mind: A Book Review
Cassandra Gaisford is a self-empowerment author, storyteller, and novelist based in New Zealand. She is also a holistic energy psychologist and an award-winning artist. She has an intense passion for passion – an outlet her various roles provide. She believes in magic and the power of joy, love, and creativity to transform peoples’ lives. http://www.cassandragaisford.com … Continue reading An Interview on my Sobriety with Cassandra Gaisford, an Inspiring Author.
When I quit from my brief stint as a journalist and took a dive into the field of stock market speculation, I was deeply confused when people asked me what is the relationship between stock market speculation and journalism. At that time, my idea was just to do something on my own and make a … Continue reading My Childish Fantasy on Speculation
A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor - Anonymous Tragedies happen in everyone’s life. Ups and downs are norms of human life. While one issue ends, another one begins. In hindsight, we can realize some troubles happen for our good. Sometimes, we meet with stalemates in our life just to transform ourselves and our … Continue reading The Blame-game Syndrome
I stumbled upon this poem while I was browsing through a poetry book at the public library of my home town.It was written by John Greenleaf Whittier, a 19th century American poet and an anti-slavery activist. During the times of struggle and pain, these kind of poetry can be a great boost to our morale and … Continue reading Don’t Quit
Since visual media and technology has become cheap and accessible to everyone, lot of amateur film makers are into creating short movies and showcasing it in platforms like YouTube. Short-film making has become a rat race. Some of them conveys socially relevant messages while most of them don’t. And, I don’t want or like to … Continue reading ‘Njaval Pazhangal’ ‘ഞാവൽ പഴങ്ങൾ’ – A Beautifully Narrated Short Film
I was bed ridden at my home during first two weeks of March after meeting up with a road accident on last week of February. Those days were some of the toughest days of my life. I was depressed after the road accident in which I escaped from death by a stroke of luck. My … Continue reading Meet Mr. Word Game, My New Trainer for Life and Business
This feature write-up of mine got published in June 2017 edition of VegPlanet Magazine, India's first magazine on Veganism. This edition is the first edition of the magazine and I’m really happy that my feature happened to be a part of it’s legacy. I’m grateful to my friend Niranjan Amarnath, who is the publisher and … Continue reading Building Cruelty-Free Body, The Vegan Way.
This is the story of Thimakka…. She was born in Hoolikkal village in the district of Ram Nagar which is near to Bangalore city in the state of Karnataka. This mother gained international attention when she won National Citizenship Award in 1996 for her environmental conservation initiatives. Her fellow villagers fondly call her Salumarada Thimakka. … Continue reading The Story of Salumarada Thimakka
The very idea that no one is watching over you and there is no life after death seems so dark and hopeless. What is the purpose of living a purposeless life? What is the point in doing good, if there is no reward after death? Being an atheist is to live a life with no … Continue reading An Atheist’s Purpose in a Purposeless Life and Universe
“The game of speculation is the most uniformly fascinating game in the world. But it is not a game for the stupid, the mentally lazy, the person of inferior emotional balance, or the get-rich-quick adventurer. They will die poor.” Jesse Livermore Some see speculation as gambling and keep themselves away from it. Some see it … Continue reading The Art of Speculation
Once upon a time, the great emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte was taking a stroll alongside a village under his vast empire with his corps. It was during that casual walk, he saw a man simply lying under the shadow of a tree, day-dreaming and smiling often. Napoleon got slightly irritated with that man's sluggish posture and … Continue reading Success is Always A Personal Shot
“You failed the degree?” my uncle asked me during the inauguration ceremony of my first office at my home town. “Why did you asked like that?” I enquired. “ If you have passed your degree, you could have got a good job! I'm wondering, why you have started a business?” he replied with a smile. … Continue reading Business Class – An Uneducated Class?