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Life is nothing but a series of uncertainties, unexpected and uncalculated events. However, that’s the joy of living – surprises on the way, throughout life. Otherwise, wouldn’t we end up living boring incidents we already planned? Who wants that?
Dealing with uncertainties can be frustrating unless we accept that uncertainty is the only certainty. Our world brims with maybe, might or may not.
I might buy a new car after the salary hike. I may save enough for the EuropeMORE
If you had to define life in one word, what would it be? What would you say? How would you sum up its essence?
Grand, beautiful, a struggle, or satisfying? Or would your choice be some quote, a sher by Gulzar, or maybe these lines:
‘Zindagiiiii… kaise se paheli haaye. Kabhi toh hasaaye, kabhi ye rulaaye.’
When Rajesh Khanna sang these lines on the beach in the movie Anand, we sure could sing along with him right after hearing the song once.MORE
Have you ever looked at human life with a telescope? No? There’s actually no need to. This is because the themes and patterns that make it up are so painstakingly obvious and common for everyone that a mere glance will reveal all secrets.
Despite this, people often fail to look and others and learn the lesson that protection is always better than cure. Yes, we are talking about insurance. A large percentage of the population (roughly 75%) still lives without beingMORE
Have you ever been on a roller coaster?
If you have been never been to one, we suggest you give it a shot (Of course, at your own risk!).Even if you don’t like the ride (who knows you would thank us later for the encouragement), it will help you understand the philosophy of life on a deeper level. Now, coming back to all those who have enjoyed (or unintentionally disrelished!) a roller coaster ride.
How does it feel?
We all remember those ‘80s and ‘90s Bollywood movies, right? The ones where struggling mothers played by Rakhee or Nirupa Roy fight to give the best to their mostly-born-in-poverty children?
However, if you are reading this, then we can safely say that you are none of these age-old golden actresses and can, in fact, with a bit of planning (and budgeting) give the best to your children. Same goes for fathers ofcourse! Today, most urban parents are in a position to send their kids toMORE