Shriya Pandey is a qualified lawyer with specific work experience in the area of intellectual property law. In her downtime, she can be found lounging on her custom made bed, ruminating over life’s big and small injustices. She is an obsessive pop culture junkie, anti-censorship supporter, obscure trivia collector and abhors loud music, crowded spaces and the very specific sadness of a lonely winter night.
But I can say with a great degree of certainity that acts of kindness are desperately needed and as rare and lone as they come but in their exclusiveness and scant-ness lies their value.
Her work didn’t satisfy her but the pressure of failing at the thing she made her life’s priority kept her from taking the big step to quit.
She could call him. Despite all that had happened, he was still her husband, wasn’t he? She honestly didn’t know where they stood anymore.
In between our last meeting and now, my friend and I had gained new friends, new jobs, new romantic partners, even new world views and ideals.
Can a house feel and absorb the emotions of people who live in it, who have lived in it? I think yes, because I feel these too.
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