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The perfect imperfection: The story of my life

I came across something on my Insta the other day. It is an event that was happening, FuckUp Night. Yes, you read that correctly. Now, this is a movement that celebrates stories of failure, to inspire others to pick up pieces. I mean, if you have failed and survived, anyone else can. I…

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Your questions answered

So I decided to try the Ask me a question thing on Instagram, and extended it to Whatsapp. The questions were quite many. With others asking how I am or where I am. Well, I have sifted them out, and here we go.

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Couple goals

The way they look at each other makes all the difference. These two have been best friends for over 20 years. People wonder how long you can stay married to someone without getting bored of them. These two have however proved that it is very possible. And not staying together for the sake…

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Count your blessings

Even though we keep talking about counting our blessings, looking at brighter side of things, being positive and so on, do we really practice them when things fall apart at the seams? That is the time we crib and grumble the most. “Why me? Why this? Why that?” and so on are the…

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‘PERFECT’- ‘IMPERFECT’ RELATIONSHIP

Ever met someone you instantly click with? Well, yes, I know. You probably have. How about the other way round? You meet, and from a distance, you are sort of weighing the waters, if I may use that word. It was during my first year after high school that I met her. Seeing…

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MY DREAMS ARE VALID

The anticipation built. Minute by minute, I could quite literally feel my heart pound in my chest. It was that loud. I couldn’t really point out the reason for my quick heartbeat, but it was unsettling. Then I saw him. The man I always dreamed of. The one I thought of. The one…

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OF TRANQUILITY IN HURT

Even though you may want to move forward in your life, you may have one foot on the brakes. In order to be free, we must learn how to let go. Release the hurt. Release the fear. Refuse to entertain your old pain. The energy it takes to hang onto the past is…

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MEMOIRS OF AN UNEMPLOYED 20-SOMETHING

For the last so many months, her schedule had been quite predictable. She woke up each day at around the same time, watched telly, met with a few friends in the afternoon and went to bed at around the same time. Except on Sundays of course, when she would go to church and…

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LIFE AS A PK

As a child, you never really know the significance of the occupation your parents hold, and how it will shape or influence you. In a society that expects PK’s (pastor’s kids) to be perfect, it builds pressure on the children.

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