The Shenanigan Of Life

According to science, the probability of a human being born is one in 400 trillion! That is a pretty huge number and very rare probability. According to evolution, The first human ancestors appeared between five million and seven million years ago, and the present sized brain was formed 130,000 years ago. We used brain toContinue reading “The Shenanigan Of Life”

Do you know your partner’s love language?

By- Gaytari Agarwal Why do we see so many heartbreaks now than ever? What is it that’s lacking? What are the signals we don’t understand? Love is a beautiful feeling, and we can’t deny that, but we always see people running behind people and love. If the love is pure, why does one need toContinue reading “Do you know your partner’s love language?”

The original sin!

The guiltiest pleasure there always has been sex. We shy away from the very notion of it. We try to behave very asexually, but the inner demon always shouts it out. You know you need it, you still think of it, but you feel guilty. Well, there is no need to be guilty of it.Continue reading “The original sin!”

Let’s celebrate fitness for a healthier tomorrow

By- Gayatri Agarwal Fitness, a term everyone understands but never really pay attention to! In the upgrading and fast-moving world, where new technology comes up every fortnight, we have become so comfortable with the life wherein we want to put in the least physical effort. The technology has simplified many physical challenging or demanding tasks,Continue reading “Let’s celebrate fitness for a healthier tomorrow”

Meditation – Connect, Reconnect & Disconnect

By- Gayatri Agarwal Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘Yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolising the union of body and consciousness.Recognising its universal appeal, on 11 December 2014, the United Nations proclaimed 21 June as the International Day of Yoga.ItContinue reading “Meditation – Connect, Reconnect & Disconnect”

Sometimes, it’s okay not to be okay

By- Gayatri Agarwal A report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) revealed that 7.5 per cent of the Indian population suffers from some form of mental disorder.  India accounts for nearly 15% of the global mental, neurological and substance abuse disorder burden.Mental health conditions such as stress, depression, and anxiety may develop due to underlying, life-changing problems. ‘It’s Okay’:These are the twoContinue reading “Sometimes, it’s okay not to be okay”