Gunjan Kapoor

Happy Soul, believer in gift called life, avid traveler and explorer, sometimes restless but mostly sane, respect relationships and believer in goodness all around. Student of my two sons who teach me many lessons of life...

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“Bala” Is Beyond Just Being A Story Of A Bald Guy

While I am not revealing the full story here, would like to share few things that stayed with me after coming out of the movie theatre.

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We Never Really Leave Home…

A mom of two sons muses on what it means to leave home after marriage, and how we carry the idea of home with us wherever we go.

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Those Were the Days… !!!

I realized that when you engage yourself in something that you are passionate about, you simply lose sight of time, pain or discomfort.

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How Motherhood Changed Me…. !!!

I clearly remember the day I became a mother, that DAY my life changed forever...

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It’s Ok To Cry…!!!

Is it the social conditioning expecting men to be devoid of any emotions, just to portray themselves as strong correct?

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We’ll Never Know

We will never know the problems that different women are dealing with, so do not judge.. be with them.

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The Change I Seek Within

Quality Education is extremely important for an individual to realise their full potential and be the person they want to be.

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My Takeaways From The Movie “The Angry Birds Movie 2”

The movie teaches valuable lessons about teamwork, insecurities a person has to deal with, how difficult it becomes for individuals to let go and last but not the least about forgiveness.

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Stop Complaining To Start Living… !!!

Being happy gives us a sense of joy, well-being, contentment and gratitude. Also when we are happy our focus shifts from negative to positive things in life hence reducing our tendency to complain.

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