It Must Have Been Love

In the late 80’s to  early 90’s, a song on heartbreak became quite famous. The words went something like this:

Lay a whisper, On my pillow; Leave the winter, On the ground; I wake up lonely, There’s air of silence; In the bedroom, And all around

Touch me now; I close my eyes; And dream away; It must have been love, But it’s over now it must have been good; But I lost it somehow...

Heartbreaks are real. If you have fallen in love or have experienced it, you will know that heartbreaks also come with the deal. If you have not experienced heartbreaks- you’re doing great!! If you have experienced heartbreaks – hang in there! It’s not the end of the world yet. Read more

When I say “I LOVE YOU…”

When I say, “I love you” it may actually not mean much.  It just has three words.

It doesn’t even take much time. It takes just about three seconds.

It may not change my life. It maybe only words.

But when I don’t just say ‘I love you’ but act it out in work, it does wonders!

So, maybe, stop saying ‘I love you,’ and start doing ‘I love you.’ Read more


When you yearn to gulp a big  chocolate ice-cream, nothing else matters!

There is no disagreement about that. Okay, maybe not chocolate ice-cream for you but I’m sure you have cravings that leave you aggressively incomplete until you pacify them in some way.

To yearn means to have an intense longing for something, something that one has lost or has been separated from, for a long time.

As the world celebrates love, there are many incomplete hearts who are yearning.

If you were to pause and listen to the echo of your heart you would realize that your heart yearns…

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Loveless Valentine?

Red hearts, mouth-watering chocolates, and all things mushy paint a picturesque image of the month of love. As many prepare to celebrate love, friendship, and togetherness, there are some of us who are left loathing the season.

Statistics say that over 48% of youth feel sad and lonely around this time of the year. In fact, it is noticed that it also marks the onset of rise in suicide cases which ultimately peaks in the month of April.

Why? Can we take a moment to pause and introspect? Are we too experiencing similar pangs of abandonment? Are we too feeling unloved in the season of love? Read more