Leonardo Da Vinci, amongst his numerous ingenuities, had an insignificant quirk. He was left-handed and often wrote backwards. Also known as mirror-writing, where the words appear as normal when seen with a mirror. Continue reading “Why Leonardo da Vinci Wrote Backwards”
I stood outside the glass doors of a Japanese company, taking a sip of water from my bottle before dialling the intercom.
‘Good afternoon, how may I help you?’ came a woman’s voice.
‘Good afternoon. I’m here for an interview appointment.’ Continue reading “My First Job Interview at 28”
I’m selling her.
She’s always standing at the corner of my room quietly; patiently waiting for me to touch her again.
But I never did. Not once in the past two years. Continue reading She Deserves More
Dimly lit and decorated with overly artistic paintings and expensive sculptures, it was not the kind of restaurant I go to. But she would love this place, I thought. Continue reading For Just a Night
I make it compulsory for me to play games every day.
It sounds pretty ridiculous, doesn’t it? After all, who needs to be ordered to slack off and relax? Isn’t everyone naturally good at those? Continue reading “Don’t Forget To Play!”
If you want to be happy, live in the moment.
To live a fulfilling life, be in the present.
Sounds great… Only, is it true?
I have always been pursuing happiness, finding meaning in the work I do. I often read, research, and then experiment with what I’ve learnt by living life with the adoption of different mindsets, carefully observing, and recording, my thoughts, habits, and moods in a diary in which I write for future references (when I can eventually read my own handwriting). Continue reading “Live In The Now. Sometimes.”