All of us allow ourselves to be consumed by life, and in the process, we lose the essence of who we are, the opportunity to connect with like minded people, listen to our gut instinct. Some time back I chose to quit a job that I had worked for 10 years and allowed myself the risk of not having anything to do. In this period when I chose the ambiguous road ahead, life happened and work miraculously came in. Work which provided me more variety, creativity and most importantly, flexibility. Here is why I freelance – I choose happiness, I love the prospect of not doing anything, making less but enough money to be happy. It gives me the luxury of enjoying my tea, chatting with friends, reading to

Technology versus real human connections

In today’s age, we have armed ourselves with weapons of escape that never existed before, and these weapons can pretty much ruin the social fabric of our lives. The more we are connected to the world outside, the lesser we seem to be connected to the world within. In our pursuit for being updated, we are choosing to isolate ourselves from real people, real conversations. It is so much easier to bury one’s head to one’s cell phone or laptop, post a bad day, or a fight and find solace in the virtual world. Maybe more relationships would be mended if people looked at each other more, people spoke, chose to make peace in each other’s presence and not on WhatsApp. Sometimes I wonder if we are los

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