Re-imagining Good Friday and Easter

Good Friday and Easter always intrigued me. While growing up, Good Friday’s story was only about Christ’s crucifixion and his resurrection. We are led to observe the history or a story in adoration of the character. I have been seeking to understand the spirit of the story and how we process this information conditioned toContinue reading “Re-imagining Good Friday and Easter”

Indian Parents on Our Dating Life

I am an Indian girl, in my early 20’s and unexpectedly (from the point of view of my parents) have a love life. Something which our parents don’t expect us to experience or indulge in. Be it online or offline, dating without goal of marrying that person in future is something they don’t understand. MostContinue reading “Indian Parents on Our Dating Life”

“A WRITER’S SOUL” writes Melt In My Mouth

This sensual vivid interweaving of words is a reblog of the post written by “A WRITER’S SOUL” on March 30, 2020. Reading this is an amorous journey in itself. It is erotic and passionate and full of love and lust. Read it aloud to your partner, along with your partner to experience the fervency ofContinue reading ““A WRITER’S SOUL” writes Melt In My Mouth”

Invitation to the Obituary Experiment On Self

Of the many taboos, there exists, one of the greatest is about “Speaking of Death”. The first thoughts of death registered with us are movie scenes/ad scenes of a dark man wearing a huge mustache, holding a club (gada) and come in on a buffalo. He is the god of death but looks like pureContinue reading “Invitation to the Obituary Experiment On Self”

Taboo In Our Lives

“What doesn’t polite society, in all seriousness, want to discuss? Sex, money, political corruption, bodily functions, religion, loss and despair? ― Gina Barreca ( Partial Quote) The seed of Taboo is sown in our minds from early childhood. It starts with the word ‘No’. If we observe, we will notice ‘No’ is one the most frequentContinue reading “Taboo In Our Lives”

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