You Can’t Counter Hatred With Love


The saying "only iron cuts the iron" does not apply on hatred. Nor can love fix hatred of any sort. It is the knowledge and compassion that can effectively counter the hatred of any sort. Love is usually mistaken with compassion. And some hate is actually good and healthy for sanity as well. For example, … Continue reading You Can’t Counter Hatred With Love

Looking For A Virgin Amongst Sluts


Its like trying to find a needle in a haystack. And I know its that difficult. But then, the type of individual I am, easy-peasy does not attract my attention. Before I go elaborating (which I hate), know the universal rule of my world; "You always get what you strive for". And I have always … Continue reading Looking For A Virgin Amongst Sluts

Relationships With People Suffering From Alternate Reality


[I was thinking of a suitable gift of Halloween for everyone and this idea came to my mind i.e. to write something that could save people's lives, precious emotions and promote healthy relationships. I don't like fear-mongering myself but it is probably the lesson of Halloween to make any fear look like a play thingy hence … Continue reading Relationships With People Suffering From Alternate Reality

Cycle Of Marriages And Divorces Between Total Strangers


The concept of marriage is so stupid and totally out of touch with the reality of two completely separate, independent and unique individuals. Actually, both of them are an entity on their own and via this fake concept of marriage, a non-existent bond is created only in their heads. Just look at the intensity of … Continue reading Cycle Of Marriages And Divorces Between Total Strangers

Prose Review: Epictetus Is Right On Indifference – Only Carla Akil Is Wrong (Again)


A few months back, I disagreed with Carla Akil (via a blog post) so much that she (alongwith another sympathizer of hers) requested me to remove my review/post. Obviously, I denied that request. Today, I stumbled upon another blog post of hers titled "The Problem of Indifference in Relationships" which was totally out of the line, … Continue reading Prose Review: Epictetus Is Right On Indifference – Only Carla Akil Is Wrong (Again)

Prose Review: Purpose by Sarah G. Woods


Sarah is 24-years old blogger from the same universe and time where I am (metaphorically speaking). A strange pull in her words sort of glued me to my desktop screen for at least a couple of hours to her very few but profoundly written blog posts. A particular blog post of hers (To All Of … Continue reading Prose Review: Purpose by Sarah G. Woods

Falling Out Of Love?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-seMFHOxZhI After watching this video, my first instinctive thought; bull crap. On a second thought, still bullshit. On third and on and on and on... Like seriously, if this was scientifically possible, it'd be selling crazy like Viagra. To get rich, all she needs to do is simply have some sugar tablets, label them "love … Continue reading Falling Out Of Love?

Asking Someone To Love Is Mean?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_sopRiMkN4 At the end (2:37) of this interesting video, Did I hear it correctly when he said; "Asking someone to love you and be with you is a pretty mean thing to suggest to anyone you really want the best for." Since English is my second language, I tried my level best by trying to … Continue reading Asking Someone To Love Is Mean?