A: Do you believe in destiny? B: I believe that what will be will be. A: Are you happy? B: Happiness is a relative emotion. A: When I was told you agreed to marry me, I was excited. A village girl like me, half-educated, marrying a doctor from the city. B: A doctor? I’m a … More Boat of destiny
Once upon a time, men were proudly the heads of the family. The women were proudly submissive, assured that their men would take care of them. Satisfied and confident in their men, homes were sustained on these simple conventional logic. But these days, demands are high. Expectations have become unattainable. To this end, a lot … More The many girls like you
Life isn’t a steady road. It has it’s ups and downs, curves and bends, joys and sorrows. While you could say these events are what makes life eventful, what makes the difference in each person’s perseverance and determination to succeed, despite the distractions, is the incentive we maintain. Locate what incentivizes you – in your … More Finding your motivation
Emotional wreck was she… Hopeful for a selfless life of fairytale and charm Because she had experienced love once, She knew it wouldn’t be impossible to hope for again Selah. So while all the pointers weren’t aligned to her fantasy… She was sure she was the only element needed to make it all come together … More Drama before the aisle
“As a son-in-law or daughter-in-law, what’s required of me? What are my obligations, whether I feel like it or not, in relating to my spouse’s relatives?” Before I got married, I prayed I wouldn’t have to deal with parents-in-law, especially mother-in-law. I don’t quite understand the emotions and hormones of women, despite being a woman … More In-law Ish!