You only live once.

A time comes in life when you have to make a choice between all you ever wanted and all you ever need. Soon the unavoidable realization dawns on you that the once self-attained super skills of juggling between the odds of survival and passion are not your cup of tea anymore. It’s either this way…

Grandma’s tales of inspiration.

  If hell is the word for suffering, she was in something worse. Myra a daughter of a farmer with a baren patch of land and some piles of rocks, spent her childhood always in want and need. But she had a treasure of faith in the Lord, with the unceasing dreams of miracles she…

A Writer’s Mind.

We writers enjoy writing, right? For those of us who don’t, there is just one thumb rule. In order not to kill our readers with our writing, we must ‘Enjoy what we do or Do what we enjoy.’ there is no other way. Luckily, by and large, we writers so very love penning down and…

Are we sane in all our sanity?

  They say a ship never sinks with the water around it, it’s the water that gets into it, that causes it to sink. True!!!!! More philosophical than practical. We all know that no ship was ever designed to sink. It was made to gloriously sail to beautiful destinations. It’s the rough seas, hidden icebergs,…

The wind.

I fell in love with the wind and wanted to make her mine. She was all I ever wanted being with her was divine. She always swirled around me and blew my breath away. She was the wind beneath my wings I’m there for you she would say. I built a world of my own…

The crack in the Iceberg – Part 2

The next morning Gilgamesh was up before the sun could rise, he packed his backpack and waited at the end of the road for a bus that would take him to the foothill region of Pontic Alps in southern Anatolia, Turkey. The local Turkish and Pontic Greek called it the Parhar Mountains meaning high or…

The crack in the Iceberg.

Gilgamesh was in his late forties, bold, robust, Persian man with dark hair and blue eyes, he had found success in the pottery trade and had saved enough to live his dream of traveling to unknown places. family and friends were not of his interests, his only motto was ‘I, Me and Myself,’ though it…