What Living in the Hospital Has Taught Me About Life

I am writing this from a tiny cubicle in the ward of a hospital. From here, I can hear the shrills of a woman in a labor, the weary face of a nurse who is overworked and underpaid, I see relatives sleeping with their loved ones muttering prayers of healing under their breath, staring at…

‘Should’ Weary

At times, God gives you what you want, the life you dreamed of just to show you that what you want is really, really not what you want. You just wanted it because you thought that was what you should want and it should make you happy. So now you are ‘should’ weary, things didn’t quite go…

Peer Pressure

Peer pressure doesn’t have an age limit. It’s the reason why a 75 year old man will ‘turn up for the boys’ in different hues of legal tenders but has pending responsibilities and hungry mouths to feed. The way life is structured, peer pressure never ceases. Instead, you are expected to outgrow pressure and peers….