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Sakshi Nair

Why Hate Crime Does Not Surprise Me Anymore
Why Hate Crime Does Not Surprise Me Anymore

It doesn't have to be on a large scale. An act as small as mocking someone just because they are a little different, is just an extent of a hate crime. It is something we have all done sometime or the other during our lives. How does it make us any different? After all, the extent does not decide the justification or importance of the act. A hate crime is a hate crime....

Need for Appreciation
Need for Appreciation

However, when we are confronted by the daunting emptiness, we seek assurance on the basis of the validation by others. We reminisce each and every instance we received a compliment. We count the number of times we have been complimented. Even the number of people who need us in their lives. The number puts us to ease, it calms this storm of self doubt. It feeds the emptiness, hoping to eradicate the vacuum. In case, we realize that there do exist people who love us and can validate our existence, we resort to complacency....

Why this Love for Monotony?
Why this Love for Monotony?

Every minute of our life, we are growing, constantly rectifying our flaws and modifying ourselves according to our personal experiences or thoughts. When we look back, we realize how nothing is the same anymore. We are very different from the people that we used to be. But how many times do we embrace this change instead of automatically opposing it? How often do we pause for a moment and appreciate how much we have changed?...

The Story of a Book
The Story of a Book

As a bibliophile, I support the claim that a kindle could never give the same feel that a book can. For a topic to write on, I admit that it was not the most original or creative topic, the debate on it has been going on since forever. I did a little research and came across a lot of articles stating the same thing. There was this great article which covered almost all aspects behind this discussion but it missed one. The emotional aspect....

Experience Life Once Again
Experience Life Once Again

Not everything can be defined in terms of right or wrong. We often use logic as a medium to rationalise. If we are not able to explain something, we dismiss it as illogical. This is how we to restrict our source of ideas, narrowing our mentality. What if we got the chance to experience everything for the first time? What if we were to experience life and things in for just their aesthetic appeal?...