Exercising voting rights isn’t about choosing your personal best anymore. It is about choosing who you can put up most with.
Sobbed a while over plucked eyebrows? Iced your legs after waxing? Welcome to my world.
A man gets kidnapped and has no clue why.
Do you cry when a daughter reunites with her mother? Do you sniffle when a dying man gives you life lessons? Join the club.
Your birth itself makes you a part of politics - geographically, culturally, racially and even biologically. It begins with who you are and later gets reflected by what you do or don't.
“You know you cannot give me the silent treatment forever!” said Noel, as he watched Dina glued to the television, wearing his brown, leather jacket. He smiled in the darkness of the room, knowing that she at least liked something about him. Click. “North Korea has been...” Click. “The idea of democracy is often...” Click. “Thousands… Continue reading In the Living Room
Sometimes...No, that's a lie. Most of the time, my mind and heart are at loggerheads. I graced their argument some space here, for a change.