My tears were unable to wake up your memories. My pain was failed to wake up a real man. These pictures can remind you who I was and who I am today. Save it because you won't get this chance again. You may feel ashamed but you will always be proud of my love. Once … Continue reading I Will Leave Some Memories Behind For You
Happy Holidays Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
The soldier's little girl gets alive inside of her before she goes to bed. The little girl feels insecure. She also feels lonely. It often comes to her mind, "Why no one loves me anymore. Everyone loved me. Everyone adored me. Where have my loved ones gone now? Can anyone hold my finger to … Continue reading The little girl and Sara
Twenty Indian soldiers were killed on June 16 in the Galwan Valley on the Indo-China border. It was midnight when 300 Chinese troops entered the Indian side. They hunted down Indian soldiers and beat them with daggers and knives. They wrapped their sticks with barbed wire to beat the Indian soldiers. This was not an … Continue reading The act of cruelty or war crime in the Galwan Valley of India
Her inner sadness has gotten worse over the last few days. She loses the desire to communicate with others. Now, she likes to be non-vocal. However, she never forgets to write. She speaks in her own words. Her lips are sealed. Now, some people around her start worrying about her condition, but she has … Continue reading Once Upon A Time
The lost soul was once hers. She always knew what he used to think because he was a part of her. She often thinks," I was your shadow if you were a body. I was the life if you were the heart. I was the part of your soul, which you used to have … Continue reading A letter to a lost soul
Banny had a strong sense of smell. Somehow, he knew when she had come near to the home. It didn't matter if she left work late or early. She had found him in front of the door waiting for her. She often asked him, "How do you know I am here.". Of course, he could … Continue reading A top-secret mission: Finding the familiar scents
You were gone this month many years ago. You were so sick, but your brain was still so sharp. You had looked very weak. So, you had lost a lot of weight. First, I could not recognize you. But you were waiting for me. I had informed that you were needed at least two … Continue reading Remembering My Mother
She knocked at the door and then asked directly, "I need my passport back. Could you be kind enough to return it." The man asked the woman, "Why you need a passport. The entire world suffers from this deadly virus. Where do you want to go? You are not safe to leave the country." The … Continue reading The preparation for departure
She has regained her professional confidence. It took some time, but she succeeded. She credits her mentors and, of course, those who have supported her these days. Her mentor/boss has recently suffered from corona, and she has performed well for both herself and her boss's job. She just doesn't like working in one place. After … Continue reading The Purposeless Life
( The damaged building and some martyred Sikhs during the attack) Operation Blue Star was the codename of an Indian military action carried out between 1 and 8 June 1984 to remove militant religious leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his followers from the buildings of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) complex in Amritsar, Punjab. We … Continue reading My Memory of Operation Blue Star
Image credit: https://androgenous01.files.wordpress.com/ Once upon a time, she was a firm believer in faith and hope. Now, when she talks about faith and hope, she just starts to scratch her head. Now, talking about hope and faith takes her into deeper thoughts. She gets confused. She often gets upset and tells him, "I'm scared. I … Continue reading Does she believe in hope?