The Situations of Blogging-Likes and Dislikes

Blogs are not being read seriously and even ignored most of the time, as they are squeezed between mountains of blogs; they consist of procrastinated thoughts, ‘me, myself, and I’, and random thoughts. They fail to offer any new information and elicit any comment(s) to discuss them further. Liking vs. Reading There is a difference between a ‘like’ and the sincere effort to read the … Continue reading The Situations of Blogging-Likes and Dislikes

Repetitive

Being repetitive can be energy consuming; as if the incoming fresh energy is mired in a stagnant, but the forceful vortex of chaos over a single idea. Yet repetition is ubiquitous! There is a propensity to memorise everything we come across- our thoughts, actions and the prevailing solutions that we absorb from the pressures of surrounding society. Learning too is instilled with repetitiveness; the memorisation … Continue reading Repetitive

The Complexities of Oversimplification

We may be making things even more complicated by oversimplifying the intricacies. It is a common behaviour to perceive things as complex. It is thought to be an unnecessary addition to the already convoluted narrative that’s mired in fallacious hypotheses. It is even more complicated to label everything as simple and thinks that it will be simpler to comprehend them. A deliberate dilution of an … Continue reading The Complexities of Oversimplification

Rejecting Creativity

It is incredible, and in fact, magical that creativity is not disheartened by rejections so easily. The true essence of creativity finds its way, despite the vanishing channels. One has to channelise the inner resilience and creative passion to rise above temporary misunderstandings (it may not be entirely correct to assume that creativity will communicate with the right audience) and skillfully find the course it … Continue reading Rejecting Creativity

The Censure

We rarely discuss and frequently criticise! Even before one can reach a logical conclusion, the premature criticisms eclipse any further reasoning. The idea of censuring is more of an acquired consciousness from a traditional way of approaching a new idea, especially,  if it is a creative one. There is rarely any creative criticism, but a lot of rudimentary ways to counter them! Is it the … Continue reading The Censure

Lifeless Beginnings

Some thoughts are dead beginnings! They cannot be revived but stretched laboriously through the untrodden path. You think, you think, but it really entangles you with lifeless thoughts; consider, it is ‘life-less’, but still has enough life to trouble the mind. It will be humiliating to believe that such contradictions do not have the ability to warp your thought process. It is often the case, … Continue reading Lifeless Beginnings

If you Consider…

If you consider the process of writing, it may feel pointless, lethargic, and indescribably excruciating. A story never starts with the idea of convincing anyone; not even the writer. The genesis of a plot, be it poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, can surprisingly spring from a forgotten moment. Time slows down, no doubt; there is an overwhelming moment when so many ideas rush towards the seemingly … Continue reading If you Consider…