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Ruchi is a new person who has dared to break all walls of monotony in life, a dreamer, a learner and likes to derive inspiration in all situations she is into.
Recently plunged into a difficult decision of taking a career break without a plan after 17 years to check-out what else life can offer her.
She has discovered numerous abilities and angles of her personality and is happy to discover her true self.
She loves to write, loves to paint , loves to rework and give new look to dilapidated articles, loves to cook, loves to explore new places, new food, new hobbies, loves to laugh, loves to spread love and laughter, loves to help to the best possible extent, loves to observe, loves to coach, loves to experiment and loves to discover innocence around. A spiritually very strong person who feels life is all about experiences and inspirations.
Yesterday I was looking at very old documents saved in the folder of my laptop and suddenly could see one folder named “poems."
"न जाने किस वक्त के इंतजार में जिन्दगी रुकी हुई है बस, जिंदगी खत्म हो तो शायद जिंदगी आगे बढ़े"- थमी सी जिंदगी को जीने की इक उम्मीद।
In a world where we are divided by religions, it is very important to understand that God is one and the most important religion is humanity.
In this world of intellect have we begun to lose our morals? Look at how the author answers this question with an incident that happened with her in a metro.
Have some unusable clothes in your wardrobe? Why not use these tips to recycle old clothes and create a brand new set of clothes for yourself?
For women to be truly liberated, it will take a joint effort - where women have empathy for each others' struggles and will genuinely root for each other to win.
The acceptance that the author received from kids at a school for special needs that she visited on a CSR drive made her wonder about a lot of things we take for granted.
When I was 8 years old, I was traumatised by an incident in which I was very badly treated by the family of a girl I considered a friend.
We as a society have a very skewed idea of 'sanskaar'! Girls are told from childhood to be sanskaari, and we should be - just that I think it should mean something different altogether!
There come moments in our lives where we must put ourselves in someone else's shoes to understand them. Or we must have the ability to help them out in the best way possible, even if it's a deed as small as listening to someone's problems.
Since my childhood I have been struggling to understand the exact meaning of "survival of the fittest". What is your understanding of the term?
Feeling down? Don't let the negative thoughts get you. Get up, and shake yourself up, and look at the positives. It's a choice we make.
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