Bad habits can be dangerous if left unchecked. We know that. But do we even realise that some behaviours of ours are leading to bad habits. These negative behaviours, sometimes, become so routine that we perform them without thinking. Our perception and bad habits are closely connected. We think we can stop when we want. […]
Who Do I Resemble?
I was reading an interesting article in The Guardian about three little girls born into three different families but sharing a sperm donor. The article spoke about how these families have tried to let these ‘sisters’ meet often. But something that struck me (and them) is that the noses of the three girls are similar. […]
If you’ve ever had an illness that has kept you confined to your bed for over a month, you’ll understand the sheer frustration you experience. You want to get well, you want to move about, you want to get back to normal – quickly. But that’s the worst thing to do – you might have […]
Am I Peacable?
I looked up the word to use it correctly. The Cambrige Dictionary gives the meaning peacable as : to liking or involving fighting or argument. Am I peacable? I don’t really like to fight or argue. I get upset when I hear someone shouting at another person. Conflict and I were never friends. I got into scrapes only on behalf […]
We All Need An Observant Witness
Do you have an observant witness? I came across this phrase recently in a piece of writing that quoted a beautiful blessing written by Kate Braestrup and it has remained with me. May you be granted capable and amusing comrades, observant witnesses, and gentle homecomings. May you be granted respite from what you must know of human […]